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The Best Horse Racing Tips for Pontefract on Tuesday

Pontefract provides the only Turf Horse Racing action of Tuesday afternoon. We will supply Horse Racing tips, previews and predictions for three races from the West Yorkshire track.

The feature race on the seven-race card is the Listed Pipalong Stakes for fillies and mares, run over 1m at 3.00pm. We will provide a Horse Racing tip for this eight-runner contest together with the races taking place at 3.35pm, a Class 2 six furlong handicap as well as the day’s finale at 5.15pm, another sprint handicap, this one over the minimum trip of 5f.

Our Tip for the 3.00pm at Pontefract:

Southern-based trainers are responsible for seven of the eight runners in this one mile Listed race for fillies and mares. While the 105-rated Agincourt is the only northern representative, the mount of Daniel Tudhope is fancied to see off her southern rivals for York handler David O’Meara.

The daughter of Declaration Of War ran a career-best when finding only the high-class Nazeef a head too good in last year’s Group 2 Duke Of Cambridge Stakes at Royal Ascot. While only eighth in this season’s renewal two weeks ago, the six-year-old ran a lot better than her finishing position would suggest.

Slowly away, Agincourt travelled well into the race only for her run to flatten out inside the final furlong. Third in this race in 2019, the talented mare has at least 5lb in hand on her rivals and with conditions in her favour should get back to winning ways. Waliyak, Declared Interest, Dalanijujo and Lights On all ran well in Royal Ascot’s Kensington Palace Stakes recently, with the last named fancied to give Agincourt most to do.

Our Tip for the 3.35pm at Pontefract:

The Anthony Brittain-trained Mondammej may not be the most straightforward horse in training. But the gelding, an easy winner over the minimum trip on the course back in April, has been unlucky not to follow-up in five subsequent attempts and is taken to put that record straight with a victory in this Class 2 six furlong sprint handicap.

Following a couple of excellent efforts at York and Epsom, the mount of Cam Hardie came up against a big improver when second to the now 104-rated Ejtilaag at Newcastle’s Northumberland Plate meeting on his most recent start.

The son of Lope De Vega has been raised just 1lb for that creditable performance, a repeat of which should be good enough to see off his eight rivals, the best of which may be Corinthia Knight, the mount of Hollie Doyle.

Our Tip for the 5.15pm at Pontefract:

An open seven-runner 5f sprint handicap in which Virginia Plane, Sound Reason and Ava Go Joe all post strong claims. However, despite disappointing on her most recent start, it could be worth giving the Michael Dods-trained Navajo Spring another chance, as the filly had previously looked an improving performer.

An impressive winner at Redcar on her second run of the season, the mount of Connor Beasley just failed to follow up two weeks later when going down by a short head over the same course and distance.

The three-year-old filly failed to repeat either of those runs on her most recent start but is definitely worth another chance to prove that disappointing fifth place, as the 13/8 favourite, to be all wrong.

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