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The Best Horse Racing Tips for Monday

The meetings at Hamilton and Bath provide the Turf horse racing action on Monday afternoon in Britain. We will provide a Horse Racing tip, preview and prediction for one race at each track, together with a Horse Racing tip for the national hunt fixture at Newton Abbot.

The finale at Hamilton is a 6f race for amateur jockeys, which looks a good opportunity for a southern raider to win for the first time in over two years. At Bath, 13 horses are set to go to post for the sprint handicap at 2.50pm.

We will supply a Horse Racing tip for this race together with Newton Abbot’s competitive handicap hurdle at 3.40pm.

Our Tip for the 2.50pm at Bath:

The hat-trick seeking Union Rose may now be in the hands of the handicapper off a mark of 82 following wins at Sandown and Bath this month.

The Nigel Tinkler-trained Princess Power would have a big chance if the filly was able to reproduce her second place at Ascot last month, while Fox Hill is another to enter calculations following her narrow victory at Catterick last time, beating subsequent winner Dark Shot.

The one to beat, however, may be joint top weight Benny And The Jets and jockey Oisin Murphy. The four-year-old is equally effective on both Turf and the all-weather, the gelding’s first of two victories of the season coming when making all of the running to spreadeagle the field at Kempton in June. The runner-up there, Spoof, has gone on to win his last three starts.

The son of Showcasing is 7lb lower on Turf, compared to his all-weather mark of 89, and from stall 13 at Bath is fancied to lead from start to finish once again.

Our Tip for the 3.40pm at Newton Abbot:

Since joining trainer Graeme McPherson from Seamus Durack in June, the six-year-old High Wells has been in fine form on the Flat, winning races at Sandown and Kempton, along with a couple of other decent efforts.

The mount of Kielan Woods failed to win in four starts over hurdles for Durack, but did finish second on his most recent attempt at Fontwell in August 2018 and could prove a different proposition for his new handler off a lenient mark of 102.

College Oak and Galileo Silver, both winners last time out, look the chief threats to the selection. But the pair may struggle to concede 13lb to a potentially well handicapped High Wells.

Our Tip for the 4.00pm at Hamilton:

Miss Brodie Hampson is the most experienced rider in this 6f sprint for amateurs and her mount, Letmestopyouthere, could take plenty of beating in a moderate affair.

The six-year-old should appreciate dropping back a furlong after being caught close home in a similar contest over 7f at Lingfield last month. While that race was on an all-weather surface, the Sir Prancealot gelding has three successes to his name on Turf and looks poised to open his account for the first time since winning at Yarmouth in 2018.

The best each-way value in the race may lie with top weight Canford’s Joy and jockey Abbie McCain.

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