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The Best Horse Racing Tips for Uttoxeter & Fontwell on Tuesday

The meetings at Uttoxeter and Fontwell provide some decent jumps action for a Tuesday afternoon. We will supply Horse Racing tips, previews and predictions for two races at the Staffordshire racecourse and one from the West Sussex track.

The feature race at Uttoxeter is a Class 3 novices’ limited handicap chase at 1.30pm. We will supply a tip for this 2m 4f contest together with the 14-runner Cazoo Handicap Chase at 2.30pm. While over at Fontwell our Horse Racing tip runs in their extended 2m 5f handicap chase at 1.50pm.

Our Tip for the 1.30pm at Uttoxeter:

Rated 160 over hurdles at his peak in 2019, the Nicky Henderson-trained Call Me Lord finally makes his debut over fences in this novices’ limited handicap chase off a mark of 148.

The gelding has been beaten in his last nine starts over the smaller obstacles and connections now probably feel that the son of Slickly’s best chance of regaining some winning form comes over the bigger obstacles.

While the mount of Daryl Jacob’s last victory came at Cheltenham, Call Me Lord has always looked happier going right-handed and could be worth opposing with Ballybegg from the stable of Kerry Lee.

Unlike most of his rivals, the six-year-old has had the benefit of a run this season. Despite being pulled up before the final fence in that Carlisle handicap, the run should have blown away the cobwebs about Richard Patrick’s mount who has always looked the type to make his mark over fences. The gelding’s two wins from four starts over hurdles can be regarded as something of a bonus for a horse who has plenty of point-to-pointing experience.

Our Tip for the 1.50pm at Fontwell:

Bottom weight Hamilton Dici, a winner on his chasing debut at Warwick last month is interesting here off bottom weight, as is the Gary Moore-trained Sopran Thor, who was so impressive when winning by 19 lengths at Lingfield on his first run over fences before finishing second at Kempton eight day later.

It is the Jamie Snowden-trained Thomas Macdonagh who makes plenty of appeal however, having been dropped 2lb for a far from disappointing effort in Aintree’s Grand Sefton Chase last month when weakening on the long run-in.

The eight-year-old had a 50% success rate over hurdles (3 from 6) and despite having recorded only one victory over fences to date, has several decent efforts to his name, including when trying to give leading Welsh Grand National fancy Ask Me Early 11lb at Chepstow 12 months ago.

Our Tip for the 12.30pm at Uttoxeter:

The Jonjo O’Neill-trained Clondaw Promise has made a good start to his chasing career as, after finishing runner-up on his debut over the bigger obstacle on this course in October, the gelding went one better with a comfortable victory at Lingfield last month.

The mount of Jonjo O’Neill Jr has not exactly impressed with his jumping in both of those races however, unlike Mille Sussurri from the Harry Fry stable, who put in an exhibition round of fencing on his chasing debut last month, eventually finishing second to winner Scene Not Herd.

The six-year-old son of Milan was a consistent performer over hurdles, including when winning at Newton Abbot last October, and is fancied to open his account over fences in the hands of 3lb claimer Lorcan Murtagh.

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