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2.35 Exeter tips for Tuesday’s Class 4 Handicap Hurdle. Fifteen runners will come under starters’ orders for this race over 2m 7f on forecast soft ground. Continue reading below to see our tips for this race.

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In what appears to be a reasonably competitive affair, the one to focus on is JULLY LES BUXY, who comes here in decent form. Having won at Plumpton back in January, the mare has continued to perform well, and she should be up to getting seriously involved in this race after a pleasing third in better company last time out. Lerichi Belle is consistent and may not be far away, though she finds it tough to get her head in front, while the bottom-weighted Bact to Black, who will need to do more than when finishing second behind the selection recently, is entitled to respect after a pleasing performance over C&D last time out.

Sandhurst Lad silk
Sandhurst Lad
J: Thomas Greatrex T: Warren Greatrex
One win and three places from nine runs over hurdles, the seven-year-old comes into this race having performed credibly of late. Followed up a couple of pleasing seconds with a fourth in Class 3 company last time out and is a player if repeating that form in what is an easier race.
Garrane silk
J: Nick Scholfield T: Jeremy Scott
Landed first victory on penultimate start when going clear in Class 5 company at Taunton back at the start of March, while the gelding continued to perform well when building on that by winning at Chepstow under a penalty last time out. Could continue to go well, though he’s paid the price with the handicapper.
Albert D'olivate silk
Albert D'olivate
J: Noel Fehily T: Neil Mulholland
Often the bridesmaid but never the bride so to speak, Neil Mulholland’s representative has placed six times over hurdles, but has only managed to win once. Returned from a break to run well in second last time out and could now have more to offer from a mark which is just a 1lb above his last winning one.
Inch Lala silk
Inch Lala
J: Tom Cannon T: Johnny Farrelly
Placed at Wincanton back in February but struggled to repeat that form on debut for new stable when finishing fifth of eight last time out at Taunton. Remains unexposed and may yet have more to give, but the step up in distance needs to bring about improvement.
Norse Legend silk
Norse Legend
J: Harry Cobden T: Colin Tizzard
Made a disappointing debut for Colin Tizzard when well backed at Plumpton in February and has since failed to come home in front in two subsequent races. The gelding’s effort when finishing fifth (beaten by less than three lengths) at Fontwell last time out was an improvement. A repeat of that would make the seven-year-old and each-way contender.
Lerichi Belle silk
Lerichi Belle
J: Harry Stock T: Martin Keighley
Remains a maiden after eight runs, five of which have seen the mare finish second. Continues to run well, though the fact that she clearly struggles to get her head in front is a concern. Is expected to run well again but looks a tad vulnerable.
Vango De Vaige silk
Vango De Vaige
J: Richard Johnson T: Philip Hobbs
Inexperienced runner, who finished a remote second behind this season’s Albert Bartlett winner back in November. Has since failed to really land a blow, but the five-year-old remains unexposed and may yet be able to do better.
Skinflint silk
J: Tom Scudamore T: David Pipe
Point-to-point runner-up, who has struggled to really make his mark under rules. A combination of the step up in trip and the addition of both a tongue strap and cheekpieces need to spark plenty of improvement, especially after the gelding finished a remote seventh of eight at Taunton last time out.
Cheque En Blanc silk
Cheque En Blanc
J: Jamie Moore T: Gary Moore
Two wins and four places from 15 runs over hurdles, Gary Moore’s runner comes into this race in good shape. Landed a double when coming home in front in Class 5 company at Doncaster in January, while the six-year-old hasn’t been disgraced on two Class 4 events since, finishing third and second. Should continue to go well and thus merits consideration.
Costante Via silk
Costante Via
J: Sam Twiston-Davies T: Nigel Twiston-Davies
Offered plenty of promise in bumpers, though has struggled to move forward over hurdles. Finished a long way back on debut over timber and has since failed to make an impact at both Chepstow and Uttoxeter. Needs to find lots more to win this.
Jully Les Buxy silk
Jully Les Buxy
J: Wayne Hutchinson T: Keiran Burke
Winner at Plumpton back in January, after a mammoth 603-day break, Keiran Burke’s new recruit comes into this race having run well in better company of late. Having finished third in a race of more depth last time out, the eight-year-old looks a leading player here in first-time cheekpieces.
Mountain Of Mourne silk
Mountain Of Mourne
J: James Best T: Linda Blackford
Losing run continues to build after another disappointing performance at Chepstow last time out. Had looked to be improving prior to that, though it appears that the nine-year-old lacks the appetite to get his head in front. Rarely threatened to go in since last win in 2015 and can thus be discounted here.
Minella Gathering silk
Minella Gathering
J: Paddy Brennan T: Paul Henderson
Winner at Fakenham back in late December 2017, the nine-year-old may just be struggling to cope with a rise in the weights. Followed up that Fakenham success with a close-up second at the same venue, though has failed to land a blow at Warwick and Taunton since from higher marks. Needs the handicapper to relent.
Point N Shoot silk
Point N Shoot
J: Tom Buckley T: Nigel Hawke
Looked to be coming with a winning run at Fontwell on his penultimate start, though late mistakes cost the seven-year-old on that occasion, while the gelding continued to disappoint when third of seven at Ffos Las last time out. Has never won at Class 4 level and is expected to struggle in this race.
Bact To Black silk
Bact To Black
J: Matt Griffiths T: Robert Walford
The bottom-weighted runner turned in an improved effort when finishing a very close second over C&D just nine days ago. Finished behind Jully Les Buxy prior to that, so has something to find on form with that rival, but a repeat of his last run should see the six-year-old go well.

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