Racing on Tuesday comes from three venues, a welcome break from a crowded schedule! Doncaster and Exeter are the jumps meetings to look forward to, while Southwell will help occupy the All-Weather fans. We’ll have horse racing tips for all the action, including a NAP of the Day and Lucky 15 tips.
Doncaster has been a happy hunting ground for Jack Andrews this season. The five-pound claimer has created a good impression overall and he holds a 75% strike-rate from four rides, for a level stakes profit of £9.08. He bids to improve on that this Tuesday with three chances; see all the details below.
The weakest of his three chances is Time Please, though he is owned and trainer by Caroline Fryer, who landed a winner earlier this month. He was the winner of a small-field point to point at Charing in March 2021, subsequently finishing well-held at Fontwell in May.
He took a step backwards when pulled up on hurdling debut at Fakenham and given what he’s shown thus far, he’s more of a handicap prospect. Stepping up in trip will help, but it’s ultimately hard to make a convincing case.
The strongest of his chances is The Golden Rebel, who has showed much improved form since being sent over fences this season. He’s improved on his RPRs with each start, breaking through at the third attempt with a dominant victory over course and distance in December.
Although that race somewhat fell apart, the form is strong, and he’s just seven pounds higher. He remains unexposed under rules and Ben Case has his string in excellent form, winning with two of his last five runners. On balance, there’s plenty to like about his chances.
As previously mentioned, Ben Case has his string in excellent form, and he’ll hope Bashers Reflection can enhance his modest 3/58 bumper record in the last five seasons. The hood on debut is a small negative, but he does have a pedigree that will make you stand to attention.
His Dam was an unplaced half-sister to bumper winner Special Mate, whose Dam was an unraced sister to triple Gold Cup winner Best Mate. He’s likely to do far better when sent over fences at staying trips, but any market support would be fascinating.
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