Next Sensation odds feature among Newton Abbot tips for September 26th alongside Templeross bets.
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Newton Abbot tips: Next Sensation weighted to return to winning ways

| 26.09.2016
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David Metcalf | September 26, 2016

Next Sensation ready to turn on the style

Next Sensation has become dangerously well-treated, so looks to hold outstanding claims of landing an overdue success in the 2m handicap chase on today’s card at Newton Abbot (15:30).

This Michael Scudamore trained gelding enjoyed his finest hour when staying on strongly to beat Eastlake by four lengths in the 2015 running of the Grand Annual Chase at the Cheltenham Festival off a mark of 143.

Next Sensation got put up to 153 for that success, though has admittedly struggled badly since. However, that has resulted in a huge drop in the weights and he is now able to race in this off just 129.

Thrown-in at the weights

Coral ambassador Tom Scudamore is set to partner Next Sensation, whose odds to win at Newton Abbot are well worth investing in.

Coral ambassador Tom Scudamore is set to partner Next Sensation, whose odds to win at Newton Abbot are well worth investing in.

It makes the nine-year-old thrown-in at the weights if bouncing back to anything like his best, and the son of Brian Boru comes into the race having hinted at a return to form when fourth in a class 2 contest at Uttoxeter on his penultimate outing.

Next Sensation was also in the process of running a huge race last time out at Cartmel when in a clear lead and going strongly until coming to grief three from home.

Connections have since given him a break to freshen-up. Next Sensation, who was slashed overnight from 11/4 into 7/4, is likely to get an easy lead in this small field and prove hard to peg back.

Templeross can collect for in-form Twisty

Trainer Nigel Twiston-Davies has his team in fine form, so Templeross can make the most of the weight he receives from Rainy City to make a winning debut over the obstacles in the 2m 5f novices’ hurdle (15:00).

Nigel Twiston-Davies gelding Templeross is another of the recommended bets among Newton Abbot tips for September 26th.

Nigel Twiston-Davies gelding Templeross is another of the recommended bets among Newton Abbot tips for September 26th.

This gelding shaped with plenty of promise when runner-up in his first two starts in bumpers before getting off the mark in emphatic style when romping to a 10 length success at Uttoxeter.

Templeross went on to round of last season with a solid second in an 11-runner bumper at Kempton, and the son of Presenting looks the type who should make up into a smart hurdler.

The five-year-old does face in-form rival in the shape of the hat-trick seeking Rainy City, but receives a whopping 18lb from Paul Nicholls’ charge and, despite an absence of 212 days, is unlikely to be found wanting for fitness given connections.

Newton Abbot tips for September 26th

14.00: Ivor’s Queen
14.30: Ballybolley
15.00: Templeross (NB)
15.30: Next Sensation (NAP)
16.00: Jonagold
16.30: Zero Visibility

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David Metcalf

A lifelong Manchester United supporter, David has over 25 years’ experience in the media industry having worked for regional and national newspapers. He is a huge horse racing, football and greyhound fan and has done interviews on various radio and TV stations, including talkSPORT and Sky Sports, whilst working as a PR front man for a betting firm. David has also written for most of the top Premier League football fan websites, and produced a Cheltenham Festival guide with former eight-times champion national hunt jockey Peter Scudamore, MBE, after helping him to set up a syndicate for his trainer son Michael.