Tuesday racing best bets – Tips for Beverley, Warwick, Lingfield & Newcastle
We look over Tuesday’s horse racing action where four meetings head to post across the UK. Check out our Tuesday racing best bets for Beverley, Warwick, Lingfield and Newcastle.
The horse racing action continues on Tuesday with a further four UK horse racing fixtures taking in flat racing at Beverley on turf, and Lingfield on the all-weather in the afternoon; while there is also evening all-weather action on the flat at Newcastle with a twilight fixture taking place.
Meanwhile, over the sticks on Tuesday afternoon is a meeting at Warwick who are racing for a second successive day. We’ve taken a look over all four of the day’s racecards and pick out our Tuesday racing best bets for Beverley, Warwick, Lingfield and Newcastle as we go on the hunt for more winners!
TUESDAY RACING BEST BETS – TIPS FOR BEVERLEY, WARWICK, LINGFIELD & NEWCASTLE
1:30 Beverley – Racing To School ebfstallions.com Novice Stakes Cl5 (2yo) 7½f
Richard Hannon has a decent record with his runners at the Yorkshire track and DESERT ROSE offered something to work on when finishing a good third on her debut at Chelmsford earlier in the month and the Showcasing filly can improve for that initial experience.
She looked green early but warmed to her task although gave the impression she might ideally be suited by further so it is no surprise to see her stepped up in distance for her second start where she can put that debut learning to good use.
Beaten around three lengths in that first run this extra furlong switching to grass could unlock some improvement and with the yard boasting a near 30% strike rate with its’ runners here then she could go close if building on that promising debut effort.
2:05 Beverley – Eddie Moll Handicap Cl4 (3yo+ 0-85) 7½f
HARBOUR VISION arrives here in good heart having won two of his last three outings and David Brown’s charge can continue his fine spell with another success here.
The Harbour Watch gelding had been a shade inconsistent for his previous handler but since joining this yard has found some improvement, stepping up on his yard debut/return at Wolverhampton to finish third at Redcar in July.
He’s since struck wins at Doncaster and Chelmsford, making all latest to win in decisive fashion from Colonel Whitehead; that form has been franked with the runner-up winning twice since and a subsequent 7lbs rise in the weights may not be enough of a burden in preventing him going in again if continuing in similar vein.
This is a stronger contest upped in class, but in his current mood he looks worth siding with again to get the job done.
2:20 Warwick – racingtv.com Novices’ Handicap Chase (GBB Race) Cl4 (4yo+ 0-120) 2m
JABOTICA showed enough in a handful of chase starts last term that he’s up to winning in this sphere and Alan King’s charge can make a winning return to action following more than six months off the track.
The Muhtathir gelding was a winner of a French hurdle prior to joining this yard and he showed some ability over timber prior to his switch to the larger obstacles last term where he has made the frame in four of his five starts including over course and distance.
Possibly just stretched last time by the stiffer track and longer trip he is back down in distance ahead of this return and goes well fresh so he should make his presence felt on his return where he’s been eased 3lbs in the ratings.
This could be his day to register a first win in the UK and no surprise to see him give a good account.
3:40 Lingfield – Betway EBF Nursery Handicap Cl5 (2yo 0-70) 5f
COLOMBE had shaped quite well when posting a debut runner-up effort at Chepstow in August, finding only Pornstar Martini too strong; the third from that race has since won to boost the form and he might have gone off too hard latest at Sandown when fading to finish fourth behind Sir Benedict.
The Mehmas filly now switches her attentions to the handicap ranks where there could be some improvement forthcoming now and this looks a decent opportunity for her to get off the mark although she faces plenty of competition for the lead.
She could be worth chancing nonetheless however given she ought to be suited by this track and an initial rating of 68 looks very workable so every chance she can mount a bold bid for a first success.
4:00 Newcastle – Visit attheraces.com Handicap Cl6 (3yo+ 0-65) 1m4½f
ESSPEEGEE is capable on his day and could be worth chancing back at this venue where he has won three times.
Joseph Parr’s charge got back to winning ways with a win at Thirsk in June where he was returning from more than three months off the track and he ran better than the bare result under a penalty next time at Thirsk where he finished fifth behind Capricorn PRince.
He didn’t produce his best form when last seen at Lingfield, but he can turn out here from the same mark and given his record at this venue he can bounce back reunited with Ben Curtis who steered the seven-year old to his latest win.
This isn’t a strong race with most of the field having a question to answer; but he might be worth chancing to post a big run back at a track where he has delivered his best efforts.
4:50 Lingfield – Heed Your Hunch At Betway Handicap Cl5 (4yo+ 0-75) 2m
BEHOLDEN has hit the crossbar in each of his two runs to date and this looks a decent opportunity for the Cacique gelding to get off the mark.
Mick Channon’s charge was a Newton Abbot bumper winner last July, after which he made the frame in further outings at that venue and Stratford prior to switching to the flat proper with runs at Catterick and Chepstow latterly.
Both those runs came over twelve furlongs and he found himself beaten only three-parts of a length behind Supakalanistic when last seen, running on late from a strong pace to grab the silver medal.
Now handicapping upped in trip he’ll surely be suited by this stiffer test of stamina and an opening rating of 75 is very workable in what looks a winnable contest; while the services of Tom Marquand is a bonus and the pair can combine to land a first win for the Cacique gelding.