We are treated to four horse racing fixtures on Tuesday and we have all the action covered here with all the leading betting sites offering odds for the action. There’s racing at Market Rasen, Wetherby, Plumpton and Clonmel today and we pick out some of the most eye-catching naps from a host of racing writers here…
David Pipe’s First Lord De Cuet has proven extremely popular with our racing tipsters on Tuesday as five of them have napped the Pond House inmate for the 16:00 at Wetherby. Available at 7/4, at the time of writing, the Pipe raider has been napped by the likes of West Country from the Racing Post and Sirius from The Sun On Sunday and the nine-year-old is hoping to build on a decent fourth placed finish at Haydock Park last time out.
Jonjo O’Neill’s Springwell Bay could be targeted at the Grand National festival next month and the exciting novice hurdler will be looking to book his spot at Aintree by landing victory in the 14:15. A red-hot 1/3 favourite for today’s event, the Jackdaws Castle inmate has been napped by five tipsters for today’s event and it looks a tough ask for all his rivals as Springwell Bay was last seen cruising to victory at Ascot.
Another brace of eye-catching naps running at Wetherby that have proven popular are the Dan Skelton-trained Hartur D’Oudairies, who is a hot 5/6 jolly for the 15:25 race and has been napped by three tipsters, while the Nicky Richards-trained Famous Bridge will take on the aforementioned First Lord De Cuet in the 16:00 race and has been napped by three tipsters including the likes of Newsboy from the Daily Mirror and Jim Delahunt from the Scottish Sun.
The Punt from the Racing Post heads to Plumpton’s afternoon National Hunt card for the best bet of the day and the second placed tipster has napped the 7/2 shot Downsman in the 16:45 race. Relatively useful on the Flat, he’s yet to get his head in front over timber, but today looks a good opportunity as he has been handed a mark of 100 on handicap debut and despite having top weight he looks a leading player.
Templegate from The Sun is taking on The Punt in the 16:45 race with the 11/2 chance Brown Bullet, who hasn’t tasted victory over hurdles for two years, but has been slipping down the handicap in recent times, so has to be respected if recapturing some old form and looks another eye-catching nap on Tuesday.
For those looking for a selection at Market Rasen could side with Fiston De Becon in the 13:30 race and that 11/10 market leader is the best bet of The Score from Racing TV, while the most eye-catching nap of the day at Clonmel’s afternoon card is the 33/1 outsider Thirsty Thursday, who is the best bet of Farringdon from the Morning Star and that contender goes for gold in the 15:40 race.