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Tuesday horse racing tips – Best bets at Huntingdon, Hereford, Lingfield and Newcastle

The horse racing action continues on Tuesday with four scheduled fixtures across the UK and we’ve scoured the day’s racing action to pick out our Tuesday horse racing tips and best bets.

Another day of horse racing action unfolds on Tuesday with a further four meetings taking place across the country.

Tuesday’s jumps racing action comes from the cards at Hereford, Huntingdonand Lingfield in the afternoon; while there is also an all-weather fixture going to post in the afternoon from Newcastle.

We’ve looked through each of the day’s scheduled racecards across the country and pick out our Tuesday horse racing tips and best bets.


1:07 Hereford – Pertemps Network Handicap Chase Cl5 (4yo+ 0-100) 3m1f

WRITTENINTHESAND represents a yard in very good form at present and the Milan gelding can build on an encouraging chase debut at Market Rasen last month.

Tom George’s charge boasts winning form between the flags in Ireland prior to joining this yard although he failed to cut the mustard in three runs over hurdles last term although there are excuses for those soft ground efforts over trips possibly shorter than he might have liked.

There was more to take from his recent return when finishing fifth last month behind Going Mobile, making a bad mistake at the last when held; but he could prove sharper for that outing and the experience of fences and this step up in trip could unlock further improvement so he could well make his presence for his in-form yard.

1:45 Huntingdon – Download The tote App Michaelmas Handicap Hurdle Cl3 (3yo+ 0-140) 2m

NAMIB DANCER finished third in a bumper here last March and the Westerner gelding showed a fair level of ability last term when tackling hurdles, making the frame behing the useful Golden Taipan at Kempton prior to running better than his bare sixth to Chantry House at Newbury might suggest back in February.

Emma Lavelle’s charge was impressive on his reappearance at Wincanton where he ran out a convincing nine lengths’ winner over Getabuck and there could be better yet to come from him now trying handicapping where a mark of 120 could underestimate him given his potential for improvement.

Tuesday horse racing tips and best bets. Emma Lavelle can saddle a winner at Huntingdon.

2:53 Lingfield – attheraces.com Handicap Chase Cl5 (4yo+ 0-100) 2m4f

Anthony Honeyball’s runners can do little wrong at present and AVOIR DE SOINS could be worth chancing to get off the mark in this sphere at the third attempt despite failing to complete in either of his previous starts over fences to date.

The Flemensfirth gelding failed to get competitive in any of his starts over hurdles last term, beaten at least thirty lengths each time and he’s not pulled up any trees over fences either where he pulled up at Taunton in February prior to getting only as far of the first fence at Plumpton eight days ago.

Not without support last time, his earlier Taunton effort has seen the form boosted several times since and he could be worth chancing to deliver a much-improved effort here for his in-form yard as a relatively unexposed sort.

3:20 Newcastle – Heed Your Hunch At Betway Handicap (Div I) Cl5 (3yo+ 0-70) 1m2f

ARABIAN ROMANCE ran in snatches when finishing a disappointing seventh at Kempton last month, but the Godolphin runner could be worth giving another chance.

The No Nay Never filly had shaped well on her debut back in July but she’s failed to match that effort in three subsequent starts, showing herself to be a tricky ride latest and it is perhaps no surprise that trainer Saeed bin Suroor reaches for a visor now.

Also making her handicap debut where a mark of 72 might prove workable she can make her presence felt here assuming the headgear has a positive effect.

4:55 Newcastle – Get Your Ladbrokes Daily Odds Boost Fillies’ Novice Stakes (Plus 10/GBB Race) Cl5 (2yo) 7f

TURANDOT has run to a fair level in her three outings to date, making the frame each time and David O’Meara’s charge could be worth chancing to get off the mark now.

Third, runner-up and latterly third again when last seen over course and distance the Frankel filly finished just two lengths behind Round Six and she’s been allocated a mark of 76 on the back of those outings.

She takes on some potentially interesting debutantes in this contest with several top yards having runners in the race; but she could put her experience to good use here to come out on top although she may be vulnerable should one of the debut runners prove an above average sort.