Sunday Sizzlers – Horse Racing Tips From Doncaster and Goodwood on Sunday, June 14

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HORSE RACING TIPS

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TULIP FIELDS (12.35 Goodwood, 1m2f handicap)

Consistent juvenile who was placed on all five starts for Mark Johnston last season over distances from seven furlongs to a mile.

Bred to improve for this step up un trip and sire and dam both seemed at their best with cut in the ground, which suggests the likely soft going should be right up her street.

Trainer Mark Johnston’s horses are running well at present with a 50% run-to-form percentage and Tulip Fields should continue to run well.

LYSBETH (14.20 Goodwood, 6f Listed)

Booking of Oisin Murphy catches the eye from this yard and trainer Mrtyn Meade has opted for this race after the horse had two entries this weekend.

Goes well fresh and also caught the eye in a really hot handicap at York last season which marked her out as a shorse to follow.

Providing the ground continues to dry out she could spring a surprise.

SANDRET (15.10 Doncaster, 1m2f handicap)

This is a competitive affair but it could well be worth taking a chance on Sandret at a double-figure price.

He improved massively last season, winning on his penultimate start and is seemingly consistent on a variety of surfaces. Return to this trip looks certain to suit and trainer Ben Haslam has been in good form of late with seven of his last nine runners finishing in the first three.

RESHOUN (15.40 Doncaster, 1m6f Listed)

This race will likely take some getting given the underfoot conditions and there must be some doubt over some of these runners truly staying the distance.

There are no such doubts over Reshoun who has won over this trip in heavy ground. Also finished third in the highly competitive November Handicap a couple of years ago in soft ground and he looked as good as ever when winning on the all-weather in November.

Has it to do at the weights but as he handles deep ground he may be able to close the gap on the market principals.