Wednesday Winners – Top Horse Racing Tips at Pontefract, Yarmouth and Kempton

Runners race for the line at PontefractRunners race for the line at Pontefract

HORSE RACING TIPS

We;ve been in fantastic form with our tips this week, nailing three winners and a third from four selections on Monday. 

Our experts have given up their weekend to study all the form and provide the best Horse Racing Tips around the world. So check out these tips and hit the betting buttons below to place your bets at the best price available.

HURCLE (14.50 Pontefract, 6f handicap)

Richard Fahey runs four in this race and we like the chances of Hurcle. He won on debut for Archie Watson last season before joining Fahey and has shown distinct promise in his two runs for the yard.

Pulled too hard for his own good at Southwell on his penultiamte start, which compromised his chance and would have gone close to winning at Lingfield on his next start but for fluffing his lines out of the stalls.

Connor Murtagh takes off a valuable 3lb and Hurcle may just come out on top here.

BALLYLEMON (15.50 Pontefract, 1m4f handicap)

Bumped into some top performers as a juvenile but shaped with enormous promise but did not quite deliver on that as a three-year-old despite winning a maiden.

It’s a positive that the maiden win came at this course and it was noticeable he pulled too hard when upped in trip afterwards.

Return to this trip will suit and trainer Richard Hughes has been among the winners in the last ten days operating at a 20 per cent strike-rate.

SELSEY SIZZLER (17.10 Yarmouth, 1m6f handicap)

This will be a thorough test of stamina for three-year-olds and Selsey Sizzler has always appealed as the type to improve for these type of trips.

He ran well in a decent handicap over a mile and a quarter at Chelmsford on his last start and caught the eye running on strongly late.

He’s been gelded over the winter and trainer William Knight has had one winner from four runners since racing came out of lockdown.

PENNYWHISTLE (20.00 Kempton, 6f handicap)

Would have won on her first start for trainer Stuart Williams if she had received a trouble-free passage.

Not jockey Oisin Murphy’s finest hour but these things happen and it’s worth noting that the champion jockey is again in the saddle here as he has also previously ridden Shimmering Dawn.

Caught the eye for more than one reason last time as she appears to be a huge filly with plenty of scope for improvement.