Racing tips for Sunday’s meetings – Best bets at Epsom and Ffos Las
Racing tips for Sunday‘s meetings
After a busy Saturday of racing action punters have only two meetings to puzzle over on Sunday on the level and we’ve picked out our racing tips for Sunday’s meetings.
Sunday’s fixture list of horse racing action is much more sedate compared to what unfolded on Saturday and just two meetings go to post on the level where 15 races in all will unfold over the day’s duo of meetings.
The day’s meetings sees racing action from both Epsom and Ffos Las on a much quieter afternoon and our tipping team has looked over the day’s racing to pick out their best bets and racing tips for Sunday’s meetings.
RACING TIPS FOR SUNDAY’S MEETINGS – BEST BETS AT EPSOM & FFOS LAS
1:50 Epsom – John Sutcliffe Nursery Handicap Cl4 (2yo 0-85) 7f
DEVASBOY has improved with each start and Mark Johnston’s charge can follow up his recent breakthrouigh victory at Brighton.
That win showed an undulating track to be no issue and it came on just his third start, beating Mr Stanley by a neck having previously ran second to Bullet Force at Musselburgh and that form looks strong.
He did well to win last time given he had a troubled start but was ultimately well on top at the finish and he could be fairly treated stepping into a handicap now and a bold bid wouldn’t come as a surprise.
2:10 Ffos Las – Cazoo Nursery Handicap Cl5 (2yo 0-70) 1m
CEPHALUS is still a maiden after five attempts, but his latest run at Kempton on the all-weather hinted at better to come on what was just his second start in a handicap and if the Cable Bay colt can replicate that back on turf then he could break his duck here.
Charlie Hills’ charge was beaten less than two lengths on that occasion, not seen to best effect having been slowly away but running on well late and if he can break on terms this time around he could improve on that finishing position.
A mark of 63 looks workable on his exploits to date and Tom Marquand takes the ride; likely to find some progress he can go close here.
2:50 Epsom – Go Epsom Handicap Cl3 (3yo+ 0-95) 1m2f
KNOWING is 2-3 over course and distance and while this represents a much tougher grade it might be worth sticking with James Fanshawe’s charge to go in again at this track.
The Pour Moi gelding had won here back in September 2019 and he made the frame three times from five starts last term although efforts this campaign were less convincing until running out a three-parts of a length winner over Dartington back at this venue earlier in the month.
He travelled well there and was value for more than the official distance with the front two pulling clear of the remainder; a 5lbs rise in the weights for that win asks more of him in this higher grade but he could go well again back here and his record entitles him to respect so no surprise if he posts a bold bid.
3:10 Ffos Las – www.starsports.bet Handicap Cl5 (3yo+ 0-70) 7½f
INCORRIGIBLE has been on good terms with herself this term, winning two of her last four starts – both at Brighton – and the Oasis Dream filly can follow up her most recent success two weeks ago when beating Toronado Grey by a nose.
Richard Hannon’s charge will surely find this to be tougher still under a 6lbs rise in the weights and stepping into a slightly higher grade; but she’s proven she can handle undulating tracks well and she looks one of the more reliable types in this contest so no surprise to see her going well under Hollie Doyle for all she does need to step up again.