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The Best Horse Racing Tips for Salisbury & Wetherby on Tuesday
Horse Racing tips for the meetings at Salisbury and Wetherby on Tuesday
The only Flat turf action on Tuesday afternoon comes from the meeting at Salisbury. We will provide Horse Racing tips, previews and predictions for two races from the Wiltshire venue, those taking place at 3.20pm, a 1m 2f fillies’ handicap, along with the final race on the card at 4.30pm, a Class 5 1m 4f handicap.
At Wetherby’s evening fixture in West Yorkshire we will supply a Horse Racing tip for their 6.30pm contest, a Class 5 race over a mile with a field of 14 runners.
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Only five runners for this fillies’ handicap but all can be given some kind of a chance. Mirage Mac, Anghaam and Dromquinna have all shown enough to play a part in this 1m 2f contest. But it is the horses at the top and bottom of the handicap who are expected to fight out the finish, Talbeyah and Amy Beach.
The two fillies met at Chepstow in April when the Owen Burrows-trained Talbeyah came out well on top by six lengths before contesting Goodwood’s Listed Height Of Fashion Stakes, where the mount of Jim Crowley may have been inconvenienced by the soft ground in finishing a respectable fourth.
Despite being a stone worse off with Amy Beach on this occasion, Taleybah is taken to confirm that form with Mick Channnon’s charge now that the daughter of Lope De Vega returns to a more suitable surface.
Most of the 11 contenders for this Class 5 contest are well exposed, as well as showing very limited signs of form to date. With that in mind, the two most interesting runners are Lumination and La Hulotte, both of which have shown a modicum of promise and are making their handicap debuts.
The Andrew Balding-trained La Hulotte, a fair fifth of 14 on her second run as a juvenile last October, may have been unsuited by the soft ground when finishing an 18 length fourth on her reappearance at Sandown. An opening handicap mark of 67 looks hardly excessive on just her fourth start.
However, top weight Lumination looked potentially better than a 72-rated handicapper when finishing third at Windsor on his second run, in April 2019. Fourth on his only other run of 2019 before being gelded, the Martyn Meade-trained son of Toronado was not seen again for a year when well beaten at Chester last September.
The mount of Tom Marquand can be forgiven for that run as the horse lost two shoes during the race and in a very weak race it would be no surprise to see Lumination prove much better than his rivals.
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Top weight Gulf Of Poets is respected here following the nine-year-old’s return to form with a victory at Hamilton last week. The gelding will have his work cut out however in an effort to prevent Six Strings from repeating his runaway victory at Catterick recently, on just his second start for his new handler Grant Tuer.
The mount of Sam James was sent off a well-backed 9/4 favourite at the Yorkshire track following a promising debut for Tuer at Musselburgh and his supporters never had a moment’s worry as the seven-year-old stormed home by over four lengths.
A 8lb higher mark may not be enough to prevent the son of Requinto from following up in a race where few can be seriously fancied.
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