3.30pm Beverley Tips & Betting Preview 27/06/2017

A field of seven go to post for the fourth race of the day at Beverley on Tuesday, see our betting tips and the full race preview below.

IN SUMMARY: Save The Bees will be giving his all from the front and should sneak second place but he’ll do very well to keep back the challenge of David O’Meara’s SUNGLIDER. He won over C&D on his seasonal reappearance and he’s now only a pound higher, running in some tough races the last twice which has reduced his mark. He has conditions to suit and a big run is on the cards under Danny Tudhope, so he has to be respected. Of the remainder, Bromance should be in the shakeup and Toga Tiger can also fight for a place.

1 DESERT WAY – Won a maiden at the 1m 2f trip on her third start for Rebecca Menzies and she was far from disgraced when third at Thirsk on her latest start over the 1m 4f trip. She will benefit from the drop back in distance and has conditions to suit, so there is no reason why she can’t go well again off the same mark under PJ McDonald. Likely place contender and should be in the shake-up for connections.

2 TOGA TIGER – Five time winner on turf for Daniel Loughnane who has been in good form the last thrice on the all weather, finishing third on his penultimate start at Wolverhampton when keeping on well behind a clear cut winner. He was last seen in February when fourth at the same venue, keeping on strongly from the rear but never able to trouble the leaders and on that evidence, he’ll perhaps benefit from the strong pace on offer in this. He should give a good account after a break and is a lively place contender under Dougie Costello.

3 SAVE THE BEES – Game front runner who usually comes to hand at this time of year for Declan Carroll, with his last victory coming back in September 2016 with an all the way success at Nottingham off today’s mark. He has run well the last twice for connections, finishing fifth when last seen at Haydock when only beaten around two lengths after being headed a furlong from home. He looks to be close to the boil and a bold bid for the places would be no surprise.

4 SUNGLIDER – Won over course and distance on his seasonal debut back in May and he’s only a pound higher on this occasion for David O’Meara, running in some tough races the last twice and he is likely to be much happier back at this venue. Conditions are to suit and Danny Tudhope takes the ride, so a big run looks on the cards from this four year old son of High Chaparral.

5 TORREMAR – Won a 1m 6f soft ground handicap back in October but he’s proved inconsistent since for Kevin Ryan, performing poorly on his seasonal debut at Southwell in March. He got back to somewhere near his best when fourth at Pontefract when last seen, but he was still beaten around six lengths and remains vulnerable off a mark of 73, which is still five pounds higher than his last winning mark. Unlikely to be involved at the business end.

6 FRANKSTER – Still yet to break his maiden after ten runs and he resumed his regressive profile after a good effort at Pontefract four starts ago, well beaten on his last three starts and he looks booked for a struggle again under Andrew Mullen. He was all but tailed off at Wetherby 21 days ago and it’s hard to see him landing any sort of blow for Micky Hammond. Best watched.

7 BROMANCE – Has run well the last twice over this course and distance, winning on his penultimate start by two lengths and despite a four pound rise he nearly made it two from two when beaten around a length by another in form rival. He remains on the same mark and although he is raised is class he should go well again under James Sullivan off a basement weight. Likely place contender and needs to be considered.

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