Racing tips for Tuesday’s meetings – Best bets for each meeting across the country
Racing tips for Tuesday’s meetings across the UK
Another round of UK horse racing meetings go to post on Tuesday where there is action both on the flat and over the sticks; we’ve picked out our racing tips for Tuesday’s meetings across the country.
Punters will have four more UK horse racing meetings to puzzle over on Tuesday with action taking place both on the flat and over the sticks across the country where the afternoon racing comes from the cards at Redcar and Yarmouth on the level, while Fontwell are racing over the sticks.
Completing the Tuesday lineup is a meeting on the all-weather where Wolverhampton takes place on their tapeta surface and 31 races in all will unfold across the day’s quartet of fixtures. We’ve looked over each of the day’s meetings to pick out our racing tips for Tuesday’s meetings across the country.
RACING TIPS FOR TUESDAY’S MEETINGS – BEST BETS FOR EACH MEETING ACROSS THE UK
1:40 Redcar – Market Cross Jewellers Nursery Handicap Cl5 (2yo 0-70) 7f
MACKENZIE ROSE has got better with each run and turned in her best run to date latest when stepping into handicap company for the first time, not beaten far behind Makalu at Carlisle last month when finding only that rival too strong.
She was just run down late on that occasion by the winner and the handicapper has only given her a 1lb rise in the weights so she is likely to have more to offer and this quick, flat track could prove ideal for Mark Johnston’s charge.
There’s likely to be plenty of pace on in this contest with a number of runners expected to go forward quickly and that could play into the hands of the selection who can make her presence felt in what looks an open affair.
2:45 Redcar – racingtv.com Handicap (Redcar Straight Mile Series Qualifier) Cl4 (3yo+ 0-85) 1m
SUCELLUS has been in good form this term with two wins from his last four starts, scoring both at Haydock with the latest coming earlier in the month when getting the better of Star Shield by a neck under this rider.
Oliver Greenall’s charge won a shade comfortably there despite hanging left for most of the last furlong having travelled well into the contest and the Dansili gelding was value for more than the official winning margin.
He’s only up 2lbs here and remains well treated on his historic form where he was rated much higher and struck off 87 earlier in his career so he has to be feared here where he can make his presence felt again.
2:55 Yarmouth – Sky Sports Racing Sky 415 Handicap Cl3 (3yo+ 0-90) 7f
FARHH TO SHY has done all her racing to date at this venue, winning twice from four starts and being beaten a short-head also inbetween those victories, the latest of which came when beating Sir Benedict by just over one length on her first try at this trip.
George Margarson’s Farhh filly won a shade readily on that occasion on what was her handicap debut and she could still be well treated here despite a 5lbs rise in the weights given she remains with plenty of scope to improve further.
Well-proven at this venue she looks the one to beat taking on more exposed rivals and she can add another win to her tally here.
3:10 Fontwell – Call Star Sports On 08000 521321 Handicap Hurdle Cl5 (4yo+ 0-100) 3m2f
Recent Uttoxeter scorer WATCHING BRIEF could get back on the winning trail following a near miss at Cartmel when last seen finishing runner-up behind Declaration Of War.
The Rudimentary gelding had run out a three lengths’ winner over Black Anthem back in July when last successful and the run next time likely came too soon. He quickly bounced back from that effort though and the form has been franked from his latest run with the winner going in again next time.
A return to a longer trip is a positive move and racing here from the same mark he should make his presence felt again where he can get back on the scoresheet.
3:40 Fontwell – Star Sports Bet Owners Club Guarantee Handicap Hurdle Cl4 (3yo+ 0-120) 2m1½f
DUTCH ADMIRAL is readily forgiven his last run where the Dutch Art gelding saw his saddle slip and David Bridgwater’s charge can do better here with a bit more luck.
A winner at Huntingdon last September on just his third start he was returning from more than eight months off at Stratford in June where he was making his handicapping debut and he was unlucky to suffer the mishap of his tack going awry although Archie Bellamy did well to get him round although he had no real chance.
That effort can be easily forgiven but the spin will certainly have sharpened him up and first-time cheekpieces could help him find some improvement now so he’s not without chances here if building on that luckless reappearance.
6:20 Wolverhampton – Follow @attheraces On Twitter Nursery Handicap Cl5 (2yo 0-75) 1m1½f
WHITCLIFFE has improved with each start, bettering his finishing position each time and the Kendargent colt can get off the mark now at the fourth attempt with this step up in trip likely to prove suitable and the extra distance can bring some improvement to Mark Johnston’s charge.
Runner-up at Musselburgh over seven furlongs when last seen in August the Kendargent colt has got better with every start and now makes his debut in a handicap where he could be well weighted off just 71 while the booking of in-form William Buick catches the eye.
He could be dangerous if let loose on the front end and having already proved he can handle this surface there’d be no surprise in seeing him turn in a big effort here where he can open his win account.