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5.55pm Newmarket tips for Tuesday's Class 3 race. The final race of the day at Newmarket is a Class 3 Handicap over the five furlong sprint distance. Read on for our free betting tips, predictions and analysis.

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IN SUMMARY: The finale can go the way of ERISSIMUS MAXIMUS, who was progressive last season and can be forgiven his latest effort at Wolverhampton. He’ll be much happier back on a straight track and he can get back onto the progressive track with Silvestre De Sousa back on board.

Evergate silk
J: Jim Crowley T: Robert Cowell
Finished second at Ascot back in October off a comparable mark, needing the run on his return earlier this month. All his best form has come on better ground which is a worry, so he will need the ground to dry up. That said, he's clearly on a fair mark and shouldn't be far away if getting his ground.
Major Jumbo silk
Major Jumbo
J: Nicola Currie T: Kevin Ryan
Posted a career best on his final start of last season with an all the way success at York in September. He returns off four pounds higher but he's got the promising Currie booked who claims five pounds. He'll handle any ground and he's gon well fresh previously, so he's unlikely to be far away,
King Of Rooks silk
King Of Rooks
J: Fran Berry T: Henry Spiller
Ran only once in 2017, not disgraced in a Class 2 Handicap but ultimately well beaten in the end. He now has another big absence to overcome and the percentage call would be that he'll need this run. With that in mind, he can only be watched.
Storm Over silk
Storm Over
J: Luke Morris T: Robert Cowell
Lightly raced four year old who won on seasonal debut last season, last seen winning at Catterick in October by a widening margin near the line. He returns off five pounds higher, but perhaps more crucially he'll have softer ground. He's proven his ability to go well fresh and he's got solid claims.
Erissimus Maximus silk
Erissimus Maximus
J: Silvestre De Sousa T: Chris Dwyer
Has done his best work on straight tracks, winning at Ascot in October ahead of Evergate. That was a good effort and he was mainly progressive last season, still on a fair mark judging by his placed effort at Southwell in February. He should have more to offer this campaign and he's the one to be on here.
George Bowen silk
George Bowen
J: Paul Hanagan T: Richard Fahey
Infrequent winner who is exposed compared to many of his rivals, well held at Naas on his return last month. He now has his first attempt at the minimum distance and this move is far from guaranteed to pay off. He's on a fair mark based on previous form, but he has too much to prove at present.
Orient Class silk
Orient Class
J: Connor Murtagh T: Paul Midgley
Won off three pounds lower at Musselburgh last summer, running two fair races on the all weather the last twice. He'll be much happier returned to the turf, a winner on softer ground previously. He's hard to rule out entirely, but this is a strong race for the grade and he does look vulnerable to an improver.
Move In Time silk
Move In Time
J: David Probert T: Paul Midgley
Losing run stretches all the way back to September 2016 and that came in France. He wasn't beaten far at Newcastle when last seen on his return, but that was in a lower grade and he doesn't have an exciting record out of Class 4 company in recent seasons. Booked for minor honours at very best.
Super Julius silk
Super Julius
J: Edward Greatrex T: Eve Johnson Houghton
Best form has come on better ground, avoiding anything worse than it for most of his career. He hasn't been seen since finishing last at Kempton in January, dropping back in distance which should suit. His stable are going well, but this mark isn't easy and he's yet to win outside Class 5 company in handicaps.
Arzaak silk
J: Josephine Gordon T: Chris Dwyer
Tends to be on the premises in his races but with a record of 2/24, he doesn't trouble the judge very often. He was held in fourth at Lingfield when last seen and he now steps up in grade off a two pound lower mark. He's won off higher previously, but you'd struggle to be exciting about his chances for win purposes.

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21-04-2018 04:51:08am