Owen’s Outsiders 50p each-way Lucky 15 could return a huge £77,922 on Tuesday

Fairyhouse Racecourse

Tuesday’s racing comes from five venues, as we build towards Cheltenham’s November meeting. Fairyhouse, Huntingdon, Hereford, Lingfield and Newcastle all host action and we’ll have horse racing tips for all of them. That includes a NAP of the Day and Accumulator tips!

It was very nice to finally snap a losing sequence on Saturday when Rocco got up at 40-1 for the series. I’m hoping to ride that momentum into Tuesday with an each-way Lucky 15. 50p could return a huge £77,922 and you can find all my analysis below!

12.15 Fairyhouse – Berkshire @ Kedrah House Stud Mares Maiden Hurdle

Previously trained by Willie Mullins, Zuma Rock (20-1) won a bumper for the master of Closutton at Clonmel in May. She failed to threaten in a pair of flat starts since, but I’m willing to forgive that effort and she’s now joined a yard which is +37.75 to level stakes in Ireland over the last five years. Keith Donoghue takes the ride and now sent over obstacles, she can play a big hand in a race that won’t take much winning.

1.45 Fairyhouse – Lorna Brooke Ireland v Britain (Q.R) Challenge Handicap Chase

Staying at Fairyhouse, Sizing Malbay (20-1) looks a strong each-way bet under Becky Smith. She was a winner at Punchestown back in May and although her form has been patch since, the handicapper is beginning to show mercy. She wasn’t beaten far at Galway three starts ago off three pounds higher and that sort of form gives her a huge chance. Going well on better surfaces of late, she’s returned to three miles and is of big interest to me.

3.25 Hereford – Cazoo Handicap Hurdle

Modest in three opening runs, Timeforadance (16-1) made a promising handicap debut when sixth at Newton Abbot in April. He did pull up at Ffos Las subsequently, but he made the running over a longer distance and those factors likely led to that poor performance. He now returns from a break off two pounds lower and he’s also back down in trip. Although the break is a small worry, he goes well on better ground and has to be given a big chance at each-way odds.

3.45 Newcastle – Betway Handicap

Gay Kelleway has recorded winners at odds of 14-1 and 11-1 in recent weeks and Mukha Magic (18-1) is on a very tempting mark. He doesn’t win all that often, but he’s currently five pounds below his last winning rating and the vast majority of his wins have come on this surface. He does need things to fall perfectly, but stretching out to two miles will suit and the booking of Luke Morris is very interesting.

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