Tuesday Treats – Top Horse Racing Tips at Beverley, Chepstow and Kempton

Runners sprint for the finish at KemptonRunners sprint for the finish at Kempton


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ALIX JAMES (14.15 Beverley, 7f handicap)

Made a decent return when third to Oakenshield over 6f at Newcastle on his comeback at the start of the month and shaped as if a return to this trip would suit.

Won over this trip on his final start last season on soft ground but does have form on faster, finishing second to Keep Busy, a subsequent Listed winner, on his debut in June.

Trainer Iain Jardine’s horses have just started to run better and he could run well here under Paul Mulrennan.

TIM ROCCO (15.45 Beverley, 1m2f handicap)

Now an eight-year-old but was well fancied on his debut for trainer Brian Ellison when sent off at 9/2 for a handicap at Newcastle on his first Flat start for nearly three years.

Noticeable that he pulled extremely hard on that occasion and his trainer has now reached for cheekpieces.

That should help him to settle better and he should run a decent race here if he expends less energy than he did in the early part of the race last time.

KITCARINA (18.10 Chepstow, 7f handicap)

Trainer Clive Cox can continue his good recent run with Kitcarina, who makes her seasonal reappearance here.

Just 1lb higher than for her last win, she showed enough in four starts for Andrew Balding last season to suggest she will continue to be competitive this season and she’s shown she is capable of going well fresh, winning on her first start last season

MASKED IDENTITY (19.25 Kempton, 1m handicap)

Lightly raced for a five-year-old and there could still be improvement to come. Drop back to a mile could suit after he pulled way too hard over 1m2f on his last start at Chelmsford. 

Made an eyecatching mid-race manoeuvre in that contest before struggling late on and, although he’s gone eight races without a win, he’s now down to his lowest ever mark.

Expect a big run.