Tuesday horse racing tips – Best bets at Yarmouth, Exeter, Newcastle and Kempton
Tuesday’s fixture list of horse racing in the UK sees four meetings taking place and we’ve looked through each of the cards to pick out our Tuesday horse racing tips and best bets for the day.
Four meetings will head to post for Tuesday’s horse racing in the UK and there is flat racing on turf in the afternoon from Yarmouth; while on the all-weather there is an afternoon fixture at Newcastle.
Meanwhile, there is jumps racing taking place at Exeter and in the evening we return to the all-weather for a floodlight fixture at Kempton on their polytrack surface.
Across the quartet of fixtures will be 33 races going to post in total and we’ve looked through the day’s meetings to pick out our Tuesday horse racing tips and best bets for each card taking place.
TUESDAY HORSE RACING TIPS – BEST BETS AT YARMOUTH, EXETER. NEWCASTLE & KEMPTON
12:55 Yarmouth – British European Breeders Fund Fillies’ Novice Stakes (Plus 10/GBB Race) Cl4 (2yo) 6f
Runner-up on her racecourse debut on the all-weather GLESGA GAL was arguably unlucky not to have finished closer next time out at Newmarket where she was denied a clear run when trying to deliver her challenge.
Hugo Palmer’s charge finished fourth on that occasion but the form looks strong with the winner since contesting in Pattern company while the runner-up, third, fifth and sixth horses home have all won subsequently.
The Lope De Vega filly remains open to plenty of improvement and this softer ground should hold no fears so every chance she can progress and no surprise to see her getting involved at the business end here.
3:00 Newcastle – Betway Casino Handicap Cl3 (3yo+ 0-90) 6f
INTRINSIC BOND won over course and distance back in March and since returning from lockdown the Intrinsic gelding has managed to add two further wins to his resume including latest at Redcar when scoring over the minimum trip.
Tracy Waggott’s carge struck by a half-length on that occasion although he gave the impression he scored a shade readily and the runner-up from the contest has since won to give that form a boost.
He’s been raised 3lbs for that effort but there might be better still to come and he’s unexposed on this surface while the return to six furlongs will prove no issue. This is a harder race than the one he took in last time, but he’s going the right way and likely to continue to improve can go close.
3:10 Yarmouth – Follow At The Races On Twitter Handicap (Div I) Cl5 (3yo+ 0-70) 1m2f
FOX SHINJI got off the mark when scoring at Windsor in September and Andrew Balding’s charge is chanced to get back to winning ways having run better than the bare result latest where the Iffraaj gelding found Bad Company too strong at Nottingham earlier in the month.
That run came on similar underfoot conditions and he was arguably given too much to do by his young rider. The form though has taken a boost with the winner going in again since and there might be more to come from him having been raised only 2lbs in the weights following that silver medal finish.
Ryan Moore takes over in the saddle for this assignment and the pair are expected to post a big run here where they should be competitive and every chance they can collect this prize.
4:00 Exeter – Racing TV HD On Sky 426 Handicap Chase Cl4 (4yo+ 0-110) 2m3f
TWASN’T THE PLAN has yet to get off the mark over fences but Tim Vaughn’s charge has proven a consistent sort despite always seeming to find at least one too good.
From nine starts over the larger obstacles the Presenting gelding has finished runner-up five times including when beaten around eight lengths behind Lock’s Corner on his reappearance at Southwell back in August where he wasn’t helped by blundering through the last fence although he likely wouldn’t have troubled the winner.
He should strip fitter for that run though and the form of that outing has been boosted by both the winner and third scoring since. He’s only 2lbs higher himself which leaves him still on a potentially winnable mark and expected to improve for his return to action he should make his presence felt in this contest.
6:10 Kempton – Unibet Extra Place Offers Every Day Handicap Cl6 (3yo+ 0-65) 1m
MINI MILK has shown better form since joining this yard and dropping back in trip, scoring impressively over this course and distance for new handler Brian Meehan on the back of almost 13 months off the track.
The Archipenko filly ran out an easy winner over Rogue Tide on that occasion and that runner-up has won twice since. She couldn’t back that performance up next time in soft ground at Salisbury but she might have found the run under a penalty coming too soon and may not have been ideally suited to the conditions.
She’s had a bit more of a break between runs and a return to this course and distance could show her in better light despite her wide draw and having been reassessed 4lbs higher than for that last outing which she is forgiven.
It is still early days for her with this yard and she could bounce back with that impressive winning performance here still fresh.