Thursday Thrillers – Top Horse Racing Tips from Salisbury, Haydock and Southwell on Thursday, September 3

Road To Rome ridden by Sam Waley-Cohen clears the last fence and wins the Walrus Open Hunters' Steeple Chase during the William Hill Grand National Trial day at Haydock Racecourse.Road To Rome ridden by Sam Waley-Cohen clears the last fence and wins the Walrus Open Hunters' Steeple Chase during the William Hill Grand National Trial day at Haydock Racecourse.

Horse Racing tips

Plenty of action to get stuck into on Thursday with five meetings taking place at Newcastle, Haydock, Southwell, Salisbury and Chelmsford.

Our esperts have been studying the form, so check out Thursday’s horse racing tips and don’t forget to click the links to take advantage of the best price on offer.

RHYTHM (3.10 Salisbury, 6f Group 3)

Won cosily after being outpaced over five furlongs at Beverley last time and that has been a factor in all three of her starts.

The step up to this trip should suit and she has a decent enough draw in stall 5 here. This clearly a tougher race than last time upped to Group 3 level but she showed last time that she should be a force over this trip.

Big chance if she settles better.

TONYX (3.20 Haydock, 1m2f handicap)

We should get a decent price about Tonyx due to the presence of John Gosden’s Sun Bear who won impressively at Windsor last time.

But Tonyx looks to be running into form and ran really well last time when finishing on the heels of the leaders at Chester.

Got caught for pace rounding the home turn and the longer straight at this course should duit him better.

BIMBLE (3.40 Salisbury, 6f handicap)

Slightly concerned that she’s been off the track for nearly three months after winning on her seasonal reappearance at Goodwood in June.

Runner-up won next time so the form looks solid and she created a striking impression when passing the entire field to win going away by three lengths.

Should be suited by the likely fast pace here and can go well getting weight from all her rivals.

CENTREOFEXCELLENCE (4.00 Southwell, 2m handicap chase)

Was taken out of a race at Bangor last week when the ground turned heavy, so conditions should suit.

Makes his first start for trainer Adrian Wintle, who has been in fantastic form recently, and he’s well handicapped off a mark of 81 given that he won off a mark of 87 a couple of starts ago.

Would have a good chance if change of scenery has sparked a revival in him.