Sunday Sparklers – Top Horse Racing Tips at Goodwood, Perth and Yarmouth on Sunday, August 30

The scene at Glorious Goodwood as runners sprint for the lineThe scene at Glorious Goodwood as runners sprint for the line

Horse Racing tips

It’s the end of a great week and we’ve had naps fly in and big-priced runners hitting the places at massive prices

So check out Sunday’s horse racing tips and don’t forget to click the links to take advantage of the best price on offer.

THE CRUISING LORD (2.25 Goodwood, 6f handicap)

Is down to his lowest ever mark and has been running well enough, particularly against a pace bias at kempton last time.

Has form in testing conditions, finishing second at Listed level on soft ground at Sandown last year and has a good draw here in stall 9.

First-time cheekpieces could sharpen him up here and Tom Marquand is a good jockey booking as he rides the track well.

FORTUNES HIDING (3.15 Perth, 3m handicap chase)

Completely lost his way towards the end of his time with Peter Bowen and failed to complete in a couple of point-to-points for Ailsa McClung. 

Thought that might have been the last we heard from him but he was given wind surgery when joining Lucinda Russell’s yard and made a sparkling stable debut when soundly beating a Perth specialist at this course last time.

Won in the style of a horse who should be followed and worth chancing him to back up that good recent run.

KEEPUP KEVIN (3.25 Yarmouth, 1m handicap)

Has been running consistently in three runs this season and has dropped to his last winning mark, which means he’s capable of winning this.

Those three runs have all been on good ground or faster and his best runs, including his three career wins, have all come on ground softer than good.

Is likely to get his optimum conditions and should give a good account.

D’BAI (3.35 Goodwood, 7f Group 3)

Beat two of these rivals, Snazzy Jazzy and Happy Power, when winning at Haydock on his penultimate start.

Showed a good turn of foot after being stuck in traffic when winning that race and superiority was more comfortable than the winning distance suggests.

Ran as well as could be expected when sixth in a Group 2 at Glorious Goodwood last time and this step back down in grade should see him to better expect.