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The Best Horse Racing Tips for Hamilton & Epsom

Flat Horse Racing in Britain on Thursday takes place at Hamilton, Leicester and Chepstow in the afternoon and Epsom in the evening. We will provide Horse Racing tips, previews and predictions for Hamilton’s 2.00pm contest, along with Epsom’s 7.20pm and 7.50pm races.

Our Tip for the 2.00pm at Hamilton:

The Tim Easterby stable is having a good season and while his seven-year-old Regal Mirage has added only one victory to his haul, the consistent Aqlaam gelding is fancied to land his 11th career win in this Class 4 handicap.

The mount of David Allen has mainly been racing over a little further of late and on more than one occasion appeared to be found wanting in the closing stages. Regal Mirage held every chance at Beverley on his penultimate start when finishing a close third behind fellow rival and likely favourite Where’s Jeff.

Now 3lb better off with Michael & David Easterby’s charge and over a furlong less, Regal Mirage is fancied to come out on top this time with conditions to suit. Of the rest, Mark Johnston’s Overwrite is the other one to consider.

Our Tip for the 7.20pm at Epsom:

A combination of experienced handicappers (this will be Berrahri’s 113th start) and a few lightly-raced types compete for this Class 5 mile and a half contest.

The most promising is the Roger Charlton-trained Amalfi Bay who, after showing little in his first three starts, was something of an eyecatcher on his first run in a handicap at Haydock in May when beaten just four lengths.

Just under two weeks later, over today’s course and distance, the Lope De Vega gelding ran out an easy winner after being well supported. A 6lb penalty is unlikely to prevent Tom Greatrex’ from following up.

Our Tip for the 7.50pm at Epsom:

Four of the eight runners – Thorn, Leroy Leroy, Gold Souk and Bad Company ran against each other over today’s course and distance earlier this month with John Gallagher-trained Thorn coming out on top.

While Bad Company, from the Jim Boyle stable could do no better than finish a two and three quarter length fifth on that occasion, the mount of Charlie Bennett has every chance of overturning that form under today’s conditions.

The four-year-old son of Fast Company, a winner of his final four starts of last season, found only HMS President a length too good at Windsor on his reappearance before finishing a fair fourth at Sandown 17 days later.

At his best when able to dominate from the front, Bad Company is ideally berthed in stall one and should take plenty of pegging back if allowed a soft lead.

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