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4.10pm Newmarket tips for Tuesday's Class 2 race. A field of nineteen go to post for this mile handicap at Newmarket on Tuesday. Read on for our free betting tips, predictions and analysis.

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IN SUMMARY: This big field conundrum can be solved by EXAMINER, who won off just a pound lower last season in this grade and he shaped very well on his return at Wolves last month. He’ll be all the better for that outing and he’s got his ideal conditions here. He’ll be suited by a strongly run race and he can beat Plutonian and Roller into the placings.

Fire Brigade silk
Fire Brigade
J: Jamie Spencer T: Michael Bell
Progressive last season but was a bitter disappointment when never sighted in the Lincoln on his return. The tongue-tie now goes on and with the handicapper not relenting, he does need something extra. Hard to rule out entirely on better ground but he's not straightforward.
Roller silk
J: Silvestre De Sousa T: Michael Easterby
Has not been seen since June, where he had excuses at Haydock after clipping heels. He was progressive prior to that run, but those efforts did come in lower grades. The booking of De Sousa is interesting and he's capable fresh, so he's not one to rule out entirely.
Secret Art silk
Secret Art
J: Martin Dwyer T: William Knight
Won off seven pounds higher back in May 2017, though that came in a lower grade. He placed at Kempton on his return last month, now back up in grade to a class he's struggled with in recent seasons. Capable of placing on his day but he's another inconsistent performer.
Red Tea silk
Red Tea
J: Luke Morris T: Peter Hiatt
Placed at this venue two starts ago, but she's another who is very difficult to predict and her best form has come on better ground than todays. She's needed her reappearance in past seasons and given those two facts, she can only be watched here.
The Warrior silk
The Warrior
J: Jack Mitchell T: Amanda Perrett
Only two wins from thirty-five overall starts, with his current losing run spanning fourteen races. He will have needed his return run at Lingfield in February, but he's never been one for consistency and couldn't be guaranteed to back up that effort. Best to look elsewhere.
London silk
J: Nicola Currie T: Phil McEntee
Arrives here fit from racing over the winter on the all weather, winning once at Southwell in January. He's been very mixed since thatvictory though and his record of 1/10 on the turf is a niggling concern. He's not sure to relish a strongly run mile contest and others are preferred.
Sinfonietta silk
J: Richard Kingscote T: David Menuisier
Best caught fresh, finishing second in last year's Spring Mile at Doncaster off two pounds higher. He was disappointing in the main last year, but he handles softer ground and this mark is clearly attractive. Market support would be interesting and he's considered.
Constantino silk
J: Paul Hanagan T: Richard Fahey
Arrives here fit, but that is about the only positive as he returns to the turf. He was well beaten on the turf on both his runs last year and that is an obvious big concern, despite his very low mark compared to the all weather. Others readily preferred.
Chiefofchiefs silk
J: Stevie Donohoe T: Charlie Fellowes
Won three times last year in a fruitful campaign, fourth in the Silver Cambridgeshire when last seen in September. He's won on softer ground previously so that's no issue, but he may just needed this after an absence. Others do look more competitively handicapped too.
Frank Bridge silk
Frank Bridge
J: Charles Bishop T: Eve Johnson Houghton
Struggled on his reappearance the last two seasons, capping off last campaign with a midfield run at Sandown in a lower grade behind Almoreb. His yard are flying which is a positive, but he needs to take his form to new heights off this mark. Stronger case can be made for his rivals.
Withernsea silk
J: Tony Hamilton T: Richard Fahey
Has not shown anything like his best on his last four starts, all but tailed off in the Lincoln on his latest outing. He's fallen to a very winnable mark but that latest return run didn't suggest he was ready to capitalise any time soon. Others preferred.
Isomer silk
J: Oisin Murphy T: Andrew Balding
Highly tried last season in a very interrupted campaign, returning this season when beaten in a three runner Novice at Kempton. That was a very disappointing run and did little to improve his chances here. He's fallen to a very respectable mark but worries remain about his current well-being.
Noble Peace silk
Noble Peace
J: Joey Haynes T: Lydia Pearce
Won on his final start for Henry Candy at Goodwood, but that came in a lower grade and he was well held for this yard at Lingfield last time. That was over 1m 2f so a drop in distance should suit, but he's certainly on a very stiff mark in such a competitive event.
Almoreb silk
J: Dane O'Neill T: Richard Hannon
Soft ground winner last season who was mixed towards the end of the campaign, not staying 1m 2f on his latest outing at Salisbury. He travelled well so a drop in distance is an obvious move, placing off a pound higher at Sandown two starts ago. Something extra is required to be conquering this mark.
Plutonian silk
J: William Buick T: Charles Hills
Lightly raced sort who was last seen winning at Chelmsford in November, holding on gamely close home. He returns off two pounds higher, but he's been progressing nicely and a return to the turf holds no fears. Connections couldn't be in better form and he's one to take seriously.
Brilliant Vanguard silk
Brilliant Vanguard
J: Kevin Stott T: Kevin Ryan
Five year old who won three times last summer, twice on the turf on better ground. He never threatened in the Spring Mile last month at Doncaster and he remains on a stiff enough mark. He wouldn't want any soft in the going report at this distance and others have less worries.
Examiner silk
J: Fran Berry T: Stuart Williams
Handles the ground and has fallen to only a pound above his last winning mark, never able to challenge on his return at Wolves last month. He needs a strong pace and he'll get that here, all the better for his return last time. If building on that, he should be the one passing the post first.
Mafaaheem silk
J: Jim Crowley T: Owen Burrows
Hasn't finished outside the top two on his last five starts, last seen finishing second at Yarmouth back in August. He's edged up the weights once again but a drop to the mile in a strongly run race could prove idea here. He'll handle any ground and he's one to consider.
Glory Awaits silk
Glory Awaits
J: William Cox T: David Simcock
Finally got back on the scoresheet after twenty-five winless starts at Chelmsford two starts ago, though he was unable to follow up at Wolverhampton last time. He steps up markedly in grade and previous ventures have seen him well beaten. On that basis, others are preferred.

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