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The Best Horse Racing Tips for Hamilton & Warwick on Monday

Flat racing in Britain on Monday comes from the meetings at Leicester and Hamilton, while the one jumps card is that taking place at Warwick.

We will provide Horse Racing tips, previews and predictions for two races from the Scottish track and one from the seven-race national hunt card.

Our Tip for the 3.22pm at Hamilton:

With one or two exceptions, in particular the ultra-consistent Where’s Jeff, most of the 13 runners for this Class 4 veterans’ handicap haven’t been in the best of form of late. One horse who has yet to win this season is the Roger Fell-trained Daawy, who would have a great chance of repeating last year’s victory in the race if in the same kind of form.

The seven-year-old’s best effort of late came on York’s Knavesmire back in May when finishing a creditable fourth in a much better race than this, and off a 4lb higher mark.

There have been excuses for the gelding’s last four starts, including when failing to get the trip over an extended two mile back on the Knavesmire in July. A bit short of room at a crucial stage on his most recent start when fourth at Thirsk, Jason Hart’s mount possibly has his ideal conditions here and is fancied to make a bold bid once again.

Our Tip for the 4.45pm at Warwick:

A decent staying handicap hurdle to finish Warwick’s card and the horse who makes plenty of appeal is the ex Dan Skelton inmate White Walker, now in the care of trainer Gary Hanmer.

The six-year-old, surprisingly, failed to show much for his talented former handler apart from when beating all bar Hahadi at Southwell on his final start for that stable. However, since joining Hanmer the Dream Eater gelding has done nothing but improve.

After finishing runner-up on his first two outings, at Uttoxeter and Bangor, White Walker ran out an easy winner at Market Rasen off a mark of 92. Raised 5lb for that comfortable victory, the grey was sent off 3/1 favourite to follow up at Uttoxeter earlier this month, only to be beaten a little over five lengths in that 14-runner contest.

Despite travelling strongly, White Walker still had plenty to do turning for home and his cause was not helped when finding himself short of room jumping the second-last. In the hands of Sean Bowen for the first time, the improving hurdler is fancied to get back to winning ways in receipt of weight from all but one of his rivals.

Our Tip for the 5.35pm at Hamilton:

On the face of it, bottom weight Tarnhelm does not appear to have obvious claims of running a big race in this 1m 1f apprentice handicap. The mount of Amie Waugh runs from 2lb out of the handicap and is also due to be dropped 4lb in the future.

However, with the consistent top weight Detective now looking in the grip of the handicapper and doubts surrounding most of the field, Tarnhelm, on several pieces of form, is more than capable of outrunning her odds.

The Wilf Storey-trained daughter of Helmet has been running over distances between a mile and one mile four and a half furlongs this season, the mare’s best effort probably coming over that shorter trip when finishing a six length fourth of 14 at Ripon last month.

While Tarnhelm can often be slowly away, a better start and a repeat of that Ripon run could see the selection make the frame at the very least.

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