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The Best Horse Racing Tips for Yarmouth & Fontwell

Tuesday’s Horse Racing tips cover both codes with Yarmouth’s Flat card alongside the Jumps meeting at Fontwell.

Our nap of the day comes in Fontwell’s two mile one and a half furlong handicap hurdle at 3.40pm. While at Yarmouth our Horse Racing tips, previews and predictions are for the races taking place at 1.50pm and 4.30pm.

Our Tip for the 1.50pm at Yarmouth:

The most experienced runner in this 7f nursery by a long way is the Mick Channon-trained Bonita B, who will be having her twelfth start in less than six months. The daughter of Oasis Dream has yet to get her head in front however, an unenviable record which the mount of talented 5lb claimer George Bass can put right at long last.

On her last five starts the consistent filly has finished runner-up on three occasions, the most recent when beating all bar the unexposed Smooth Talking at Epsom recently. A short head back in third there was fellow rival My Little Tip who will meet Mick Channon’s charge on 6lb worse terms after the colt’s runaway victory at Salisbury last week.

The George Boughey-trained son of Belardo still looks a significant danger to Bonita B but is worth opposing at a short price.

Our Tip for the 3.40pm at Fontwell:

Top weight Vorashann looks up against it here under a 7lb penalty for the gelding’s recent victory in a moderate contest over today’s course and distance. A case can be made for the Neill Mulholland-trained pair of The Twisler and Green Or Black. But the one to beat looks to be the lightly-raced seven-year-old Chives from the powerful Nicky Henderson stable.

The mount of Nico de Boinville hadn’t seen a racecourse before this March and hardly set the world alight on his first three starts, showing only a modicum of promise when third at Ludlow and Kempton.

With that experience under his belt however, the son of Sulamani ran out a narrow winner at Bangor on his fourth outing before following up when getting the race in the stewards’ room at Stratford after the jockey on the neck winner Calum Gilhooley lost the weight cloth on the run-in.

Only third on his most recent start at Market Rasen last month, Chives was still only beaten two lengths and with further improvement expected can prove too good for his six rivals.

Our Tip for the 4.30pm at Yarmouth:

An open sprint handicap to end the card and the horse who makes most appeal at the prices is top weight Han Solo Berger, the mount of Tom Queally who will be in the saddle for the first time since the pair were victorious over course and distance two years ago.

The six-year-old has been running well of late without getting his head in front and can be forgiven a below-par effort on his most recent start when losing a shoe at Newmarket two weeks ago. Now down to a mark of 80 on turf, Chris Wall’s charge is fancied to get back to winning ways on the gelding’s twelfth start of the season. Amor De Mi Vida and Bomb Proof are the others to consider.

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