Tuesday racing best bets and tips
With another round of UK racing action going to post we’ve picked out our Tuesday racing best bets and tips for the day’s fixtures around the country.
Punters have four more fixtures to look forward to on Tuesday where there will be four more meetings going to post around the country on the flat and over the sticks.
The afternoon action comes from Leicester and Brighton on the flat on turf, while Huntingdon kicks off their jumps season with a meeting over the sticks. Meanwhile in the evening there is an all-weather meeting on the Kempton polytrack.
Across the day’s quartet of fixtures there will be 32 races in all going to post and we’ve looked over all the day’s racing action to pick out our Tuesday racing best bets and tips for all four meetings.
TUESDAY RACING BEST BETS – TIPS FOR THE DAY’S UK RACEMEETINGS
2:05 Brighton – Download The vickers.bet App Handicap (Div I) Cl6 (3yo+ 0-60) 1m
MARIE PARADIS has improved her finishing position with every start and the Belardo filly can continue her race-by-race progress to get off the mark.
Amy Murphy’s charge most recently found only one too good at Wolverhampton, running on well late for the silver medal having perhaps being given too much to do behind Velocity.
She could be capable of better yet and has been handed what looks a fair opening mark ahead of her handicap debut and if conditions don’t prove an issue then she could be the answer here.
2:30 Huntingdon – Welcome Back To Huntingdon Racecourse Handicap Chase Cl4 (4yo+ 0-115) 2m4f
DEMON D’AUNOU might be worth chancing to get back on the up having disappointed when last seen at Uttoxeter under a penalty back in July.
Jonjo O’Neill’s charge had won well the time before at Stratford but may have found that latest run coming too quickly for him just seven days on where his jumping fell apart late on and he eventually beat only one home behind Jimmy The Digger.
He’s worth another chance having been freshened up by a break and he could bounce back here for all this is a tricky contest where a case can made for all seven runners.
3:22 Leicester – Leicester Racecourse Ideal Self-Hire Wedding Venue Handicap Cl4 (3yo 0-85) 1m4f
HEY TEACHER arrives here on a hat-trick of wins and the Fascinating Rock gelding could be worth sticking with to land the three-timer.
The progressive Andrew Balding-trained gelding has stepped up well from his debut seventh at Newbury earlier in the season, finishing runner-up nest time and scoring back-to-back successes at Ffos Las and Epsom the last twice.
Those two wins have come with an aggregate ten lengths winning margin and the form of his most revent success took a boost when the fourth won next time and that one has also posted some runner-up finishes since.
Upped in grade there could be better to come and still unexposed she can defy a 5lbs higher mark here to strike another win.
5:20 Huntingdon – Racing TV Handicap Hurdle Cl4 (3yo+ 0-120) 3m1f
PRESENTING YEATS can get back to winning ways here and the Yeats gelding arrives in good fettle having won two of his last four starts at Newton Abbot and Warwick latterly and posting solid third-place finishes inbetween.
Milton Harris’ charge struck by three-parts of a length on the latest of those victories, beating Not At Present over this trip, making most of the running and battling back well having been headed.
The front two pulled six lengths clear so a 3lbs rise in the weights for that success remains workable and he ought to remain competitive so another big run wouldn’t come as a surprise where he can register another win.
6:30 Kempton – Unibet 3 Uniboosts A Day Handicap Cl4 (3yo+ 0-85) 1m4f
QUILTED has got better with every run, getting off the mark at the third attempt when scoring at Thirsk last month and Roger Charlton’s charge can take another forward step no tacking a handicap.
The Frankel filly improved for the step up in trip to run out a ready winner of a Thirsk contest, beating Titanjum Moon by three lengths and that form has been boosted since by the third winning next time.
A mark of 80 could prove lenient on his first start in this sphere and on the surface and if handling the polytrack then there’d be no surprise in seeing him go well here where he can follow up that breakthrough success.
7:30 Kempton – Unibet Nursery Handicap Cl5 (2yo 0-75) 1m
REELEMIN improved for a stiffer test of stamina switching to a handicap last time when successful on his turf debut at Ffos Las last month and if Hughie Morrison’s charge can replicate that better form back on the all-weather then the Highland Reel colt can strike again.
He had cut little ice in a trio all-weather maiden contests previously – all here – over seven furlongs, but stepped up on those runs when making his handicap debut latest where he beat Hollow Steel by two lengths, scoring readily despite hanging left in the last furlong.
Assuming he can build on that performance back on this surface he could be capable of defying a 6lbs penalty with the potential for better to come and no surprise to see him in the mix.