Tuesday racing best bets – Tips for the day’s UK racemeetings on the flat
Tuesday racing best bets and tips for the day’s UK racemeetings
Another round of UK horse racing meetings await punters on the flat and we’ve looked over the day’s racing to pick out our Tuesday racing best bets and tips.
Four more meetings head to post on the flat on Tuesday as another round of UK horse racing fixtures come around where the afternoon racing action comes from the cards at Ffos Las on turf and Wolverhampton on the all-weather; while in the evening there is further turf racing action at Nottingham and all-weather racing from chelmsford.
Across the day’s quartet of meetings 27 races in all will go to post and we’ve looked over each of the day’s racecards to pick out our Tuesday racing best bets and tips.
TUESDAY RACING BEST BETS – TIPS FOR THE DAY’S UK RACEMEETINGS
1:00 Wolverhampton – Download The Free At The Races App Handicap (Div I) Cl6 (3yo 0-65) 7f
VALENTIKA could have better to come back on the all-weather and it might be worth chancing Marco Botti’s filly here to get off the mark.
The Helmet filly has been running better than her form figures suggest, most recently finishing third behind Velvet Vista at Brighton earlier this month when equipped with cheekpieces for the first time.
That was her second start on turf but she’s well experienced on an artificial surface and returning back on tapeta for the first time since her debut she could be capable of finding some improvement where she’s 2lbs lower than the mark she raced from last time on turf.
The headgear she wore last time is retained and if the blinkers have the same positive effect as last time then she can go close here to a first career victory.
2:45 Wolverhampton – Visit attheraces.com/Marketmovers Handicap Cl4 (3yo+ 0-80) 1m½f
PRIORITISE has shown progressive form with each start, winning over this course and distance back in April when beating Nell Quickly in a novices’ contest and then running better than the bare result when finishing fourth on her handicap debut at Kempton.
James Tate’s cahrge has also finished runner-up here and she remains an unexposed sort who can race here from just 1lb higher than that latest run where she arguably wasn’t seen to best effect off the steady pace, hanging up the straight but staying on.
This should be run at a decent clip which should suit the Camelot filly and racing from just 1lb higher here she can make her presence felt which could see her back to winning ways.
4:45 Ffos Las – vickers.bet Best Odds Guaranteed Everyday Handicap Cl4 (3yo 0-80) 6f
ANJELLA has won twice in recent weeks, scoring at Salisbury in early June and then following up at Leicester at the beginning of July; the race might have come too soon at Brighton three days later when flopping in her hat-trick bid, but she could quickly bounce back here.
The Muir and Grassick runner has had a bit more of a break between her runs and the Anjaal filly sees a 1lb rise offset by the claim of Thore Hammer Hansen in the saddle so she could be fairly treated as a result.
She travelled well in that last run before finding nil when asked but she’s likely better than she was able to show and is worth another chance here.
6:15 Nottingham – nationalracehorseweek.uk Handicap Cl5 (3yo 0-70) 1m6f
FANDABIDOZI scored his only win to date at Newcastle last September but Mark Johnston’s charge has been running well in defeat this term, making the frame in all starts and the Mastercraftsman gelding can get back to winning ways here.
He was last seen finishing a close third behind Euro Implosion at Hamilton ten days ago, beaten just a half-length by Euro Implosion where he wasn’t ideally placed having missed the break and possibly doing too much to get in front three out before fading late on.
Racing from the same mark here he could be capable of a return to winning ways before too much longer and the application of cheekpieces could help him eke out more so there’d be no shock in seeing him turn in a big effort here.
7:05 Chelmsford – Betsi Handicap Cl2 (3yo+ 0-105) 6f
ALJADY has been keeping decent company this term without winning but with his sights lowered the Bated Breath gelding could bounce back.
Robert Cowell’s charge was a four-time winner from seven starts last term but he’s failed this term to get his head in front. He has however twice contested at Pattern level this term as well as in a couple of high-end handicaps at Newcastle and Ascot.
Last seen finishing five lengths’ twelfth behind Significantly at Ascot he might find this company easier to digest despite this being a Class 2 contest where he’s been eased 2lbs and he has a 5lbs pull with May Sonic from their meeting earlier in the season.
He could bounce back here with a better effort back over this course and distance and the return to the six furlongs could coincide with a resumption of winning ways.
7:15 Nottingham – Racing TV Profits Returned To Racing Fillies’ Handicap Cl4 (3yo+ 0-80) 1m½f
Lightly-raced PROFESSIONAL WIDOW had shown steadily progressive form in her runs, getting off the mark when going in at Nottingham in May and Richard Spencer’s charge can get back to winning ways here.
The Markaz filly has had excuses the last twice taking in much stronger races than this, failing to handle the heavy ground at Ascot last month but running creditably nonetheless in the Sandringham where she eventually finished ninth. That run was followed by her finishing sixth at Newmarket behind Spirit of Bermuda where the drop to seven furlongs might have caught her out.
She’s back at one mile here and also drops down in grade as well as in the weights as she can compete here from 1lb lower than last time out so a big run wouldn’t come as a shock under Hayley Turner and the pair can combine for a win here.
7:35 Chelmsford – tote.co.uk Live Streaming Every UK Race Handicap Cl4 (3yo+ 0-80) 1m2f
EPIDEMIC has won two of his four starts since joining George Boughey, scoring at Windsor and Leicester in a tongue-tie and running with credit when beaten, including in ground softer than ideal at Pontefract latest behind Tombolo.
The Exceed and Excel gelding was beaten around four lengths on that occasion, perhaps doing too much in the ground and quickly beaten once headed although he still finished well clear of the rest.
This surface could see him bounce back quickly and racing from just 1lb higher he can resume earlier progression with a return to winning ways.