Horse Racing action takes place under both codes in Britain on Tuesday afternoon with Flat racing from Ayr along with the Jump cards at Worcester and Sedgefield.
We will provide Horse Racing tips for two races from the Scottish track and one from the popular racecourse in Co Durham.
Our Tip for the 3.20pm at Ayr:
With plenty of rain forecast for the area on Monday and Tuesday, the going at the Scottish track is expected to ease considerably from the current description of good to firm. Should that prove to be the case, the Richard Fahey-trained Zip could take plenty of beating in this 7f contest, despite having been absent from a racecourse since early July.
The mount of 3lb claimer Billy Garritty is capable of holding his own in much better handicaps than this when getting his favoured cut in the ground, as was the case when the son of Kyllachy finished fourth of 27, beaten only a length and a half, in Ascot’s historic Victoria Cup back in May.
Racing off the same mark of 89, the five-year-old, who ended last season with a victory in a 19-runner apprentice handicap at Doncaster, won on his reappearance at Newcastle and should not be inconvenienced by a lay-off of almost three months. The grey gelding is fancied to enjoy a successful autumn campaign with the prospect of some soft ground in the coming weeks. Southern raider Dancing To Win can prove the main danger.
Our Tip for the 3.42pm at Sedgefield:
The Michael & David Easterby-trained En Couleur showed plenty of promise as a novice hurdler last season, in particular when finishing a creditable fourth in a competitive Wetherby handicap in February off a mark of 107.
The Archipenko gelding seemed ill-at-ease going right handed on his final start over the smaller obstacles at Musselburgh in March, since when the four-year-old has had a couple of runs on the Flat, at Southwell and Ayr.
That run at the Scottish track earlier this month should put Tom Midgley’s mount spot-on for his return to hurdling and off would prove to be an attractive mark of 102 is fancied to run a big race. The hat-trick-seeking Strong Team and top weight Speredek are feared most.
Our Tip for the 3.50pm at Ayr:
This mile and a quarter handicap looks to concern the two horses at the top of the weights, Casilli and Myristica, with preference for the former. The Michael & David Easterby-trained filly has already recorded four victories this season and despite now running off a mark some 17lb higher than when taking a Beverley handicap back in April, the daughter of Cacique may still be ahead of the handicapper.
Joanna Mason’s mount has suffered three defeats in 2021, mainly the result of racing too freely, a trait which hasn’t been present on her last two starts. This is the fillies’ first visit to Ayr but the track should suit and the four-year-old is expected to land the hat-trick at the main expense of Myristica who has been running consistently well of late.
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