Tuesday horse racing tips – Best bets at Catterick, Leicester, Lingfield and Southwell
Assuming the weather doesn’t have an adverse effect on Tuesday’s fixture list of horse racing then four meetings will head to post; we give our Tuesday horse racing tips and best bets at each meeting.
Four meetings are scheduled to go to post on Tuesday assuming the recent bad weather doesn’t have other plans. The day’s scheduled fixtures sees flat racing on turf from Catterick and Leicester, while on the all-weather there is also a meeting taking place at Lingfield.
Meanwhile the Tuesday evening all-weather action comes from the card at Southwell who are racing on their fibresand surface. We’ve looked over each of the day’s fixtures and pick out our Tuesday horse racing tips and best bets for each racecard.
TUESDAY HORSE RACING TIPS – BEST BETS AT CATTERICK, LEICESTER, LINGFIELD & SOUTHWELL
1:30 Catterick – racingtv.com Nursery Handicap Cl5 (2yo 0-75) 5f
MADRESELVA looks progressive and can reverse recent form with reopposing Cuban Breeze.
Michael Dods’ charge has made the frame on all starts which includes a win at Redcar last month where she had a short-head to spare over Victory Heights.
Her earlier encounter with Cuban Breeze at Chester saw her beaten two lengths into third but she was giving that rival 5lbs and her cause wasn’t helped by her rider dropping his whip when just beginning to challenge.
The Equiano filly now gets 5lbs from that rival which is enough to turn the tables and she can make her presence felt here with the softer ground unlikely to prove an issue. Open to improvement back in a handicap she may have better still to come and she can follow up that recent success.
1:45 Leicester – Coors Handicap Cl4 (3yo 0-85) 1m4f
WISE GLORY appeared stretched by the longer trip at York last time out but back at a more suitable distance the Muhaarar gelding can quickly get back on track.
Simon Crisford has his string in fine heart at present and the selection had been in good heart previously, notching up a brace of wins at Leicester and Newmarket respectively with the latter coming in soft ground.
Not disgraced on quicker ground behind Shandoz at Ascot in August where he finished third behind Shandoz he has since seen that form franked by the winner and runner-up both posting subsequent wins.
He drops back into a Class 4 contest here while he’ll be better served back on a softer surface over this trip so every chance he can get back on the scoresheet reunited with Andrea Atzeni.
2:00 Catterick – Bet At racingtv.com Nursery Handicap Cl3 (2yo 0-95) 7f
None of this quintet can be ruled out of contention in a very trappy contest despite the small field of runners. However this has been a Richard Fahey benefit in recent years and the Musley Bank trainer can land the prize again with OUTRUN THE STORM who ought to be suited by the stiffer test of stamina.
The Footstepsinthesand colt has shown a fair level of ability in his three starts to date which latterly culminated in a win at Ayr last month where he got up late in the day to defeat Nastase by a neck. This is a slight step back in class however and there could be more to come from him after just three starts while the conditions ought not to prove an issue.
He does have a bit more to do having been raised 7lbs, but he appears to be going the right way and likely to improve for this stiffer test he is chanced to give his handler another win in this contest.
2:50 Leicester – Every Race Live On RacingTV Autumn Sprint Handicap Cl2 (3yo+ 0-105) 5f
COUNT D’ORSAY has been running well of late, winning two starts ago in soft ground at Haydock and subsequently finding only one too strong back there latest behind Came From The Dark who was reversing earlier form with Tim Easterby’s charge.
That run was on better ground but the Dandy man gelding can get back on the scoresheet here returning to a softer surface. He had some decent sorts in behind him when getting back to winning ways two runs ago and his reversal latest might have been down to the quicker ground where he was trying to give the winner 1lb.
Back under more suitable conditions for this outing he can quickly return to winning ways in this contest if continuing in his current vein of form and no surprise to see him going close here.
3:40 Lingfield – Betway Nursery Handicap Cl5 (2yo 0-75) 7f
PUBLICIST has improved with each start and the Dark Angel filly won at Kempton latest where she overcame a poor draw and hanging to her left and James Tate’s charge can follow up now she goes left-handed.
She had showed some fair form in two starts in maiden and novice company in June and returning from a short break at this venue in August she was beaten only one length into third behind The Good Ting.
Stepped up in trip for her last outing she won a shade easier than the official winning margin might suggest and a 3lbs rise for that win could underestimate her potential for improvement. She has the plum number one stall to race from here and going left-handed she can quickly double her tally.
6:50 Southwell – Support The ARC Racing Club Handicap Cl4 (3yo+ 0-85) 1m4f
CHARLIE ARTHUR is 3-3 at Southwell, scoring his last success over one mile back in March; Richard Hughes’ charge however does get this longer trip as evidenced by a pair of runner-up efforts at Kempton in September and the Slade Power gelding can get back on the scoresheet returned to this venue.
He’s been beaten a neck and one length in his last two starts but has lost no caste in defeat either time and he could still have more to come despite having been raised another 3lbs in the ratings.
Back at this venue and surface which clearly brings out the best in him he can get back to winning ways in this contest despite this race looking a shade tougher than those he’s contested of late.