Tuesday Treats – Top Horse Racing Tips at Haydock, Lingfield and Perth

Laertes ridden by Oliver Greenall (centre, yellow and black) leads the field to go on to win the Press & Journal Highland National Handicap Chase at PerthLaertes ridden by Oliver Greenall (centre, yellow and black) leads the field to go on to win the Press & Journal Highland National Handicap Chase at Perth

Horse Racing tips

There is some decent action around Britain on Tuesday with meetings at Haydock, Wolverhampton, Lingfield and Perth and our experts have been poring over the form to give you therir best value bets

So check out today’s horse racing tips and don’t forget to click the links to take advantage of the best price on offer.

A BOY NAMED IVY (3.55 Haydock, 7f handicap)

This juvenile ran away with a novice event at Ayr last time despite dwelling in the stalls and racing green.

Ultimately won by more than three lengths and showed a smart turn of foot and he may have been shorter in the market were he trained by someone with a higher profile than Alistair Whillans.

Could be worth backing to continue his improvement.

AFFAIR (4.50 Lingfield, 2m handicap)

Plenty of wriggle room off this mark as he’s won off it before and he looks guaranteed to stay the trip.

Jockey PJ McDonald a decent jockey booking for trainer Hughie Morrison and he should go close in a weak race.

OTTONIAN (5.30 Haydock, 1m6f handicap)

Won his only two starts for trainer Charlie Appleby, including over course and distance, in 2017.

Subsequently left Appleby and had more than three years off the track before returning for trainer Donald McCain, who is better known for his jumps exploits.

Ran well to finish fourth in a decent enough York handicap and it’s to be hoped that he’ll come on for that run.

PETITE GANACHE (5.40 Perth, 3m handicap hurdle)

Ultra-consistent finishing out of the first three just once in his last starts. Won well on his latest start, staying on strongly to win at Musselburgh over this trip and ground conditions should be similar.

Has run well here in the past, including when taking a tumble at the last after looking like the winner a couple of years ago and trainer Nicky Richards and Bryan Hughes are a potent combination.