There’s a huge amount of racing to look forward to on Tuesday! If you’re a jumps aficionado, then Uttoxeter, Punchestown and Fontwell will have you covered throughout the afternoon. If the flat is your preference, then Wolverhampton and Southwell will be just your ticket.
We’ll have horse racing tips for all the action, including a NAP of the Day, Accumulator and Lucky 15s! This article will be focusing on the in-form trainers and those who have excellent records at specific venues.
You can find all the key details below on the stables we’ve uncovered!
1.05 Fontwell – Sky Full Of Stars (10/1)
Chris Gordon is having a great time of things of late, with five winners from his last 14 runners. He has a pair of chances on Tuesday at Fontwell, with Sky Full Of Stars having stand-out claims.
A dual course winner, he ended last season with a narrow defeat here off a three-pound lower rating. Pulled up quickly on seasonal return, that was a run he was always likely to need, and it’s very easy to forgive that effort.
He was a course and distance winner here off a seven-pound higher rating back in 2019, such is the danger to his rivals off this mark. He should build on his seasonal return and if he does so, he’s going to be a difficult horse to stop.
2.17 Uttoxeter – Coachella Green (20/1)
It’s been a great period for Samuel Drinkwater, who has sent out three winners from his last four runners. He fields just one runner on Tuesday, with that being the temptingly priced Coachella Green.
A point winner, she’s been seen just three times under rules since joining this stable. Well-held on her opening two starts, she showed a bit more when sixth at Hereford last time. Handicaps should be much more to her liking, especially at this modest level.
The headgear is now enlisted by Drinkwater and stepping back up in distance should suit based on her form between the flags. In a weak contest on paper, she has a strong each-way chance.
5.15 Southwell – Bradley Hall (16/1)
Karl Burke has a simply monstrous record at Southwell in the last five years. The North Yorkshire based trainer has sent 219 runners to the venue, with 46 returning to the winner’s enclosure. That equates to an enormous profit of £171.45 and Bradley Hall is his sole representative on Tuesday.
She finished down the field on debut at Doncaster last month, but did show enough promise to suggest she could be winning races. A switch in surfaces should prove crucial, as she’s a half-sister to a dual course and distance winner trained by Burke.
With improvement expected from her debut effort, especially on the surface, she’s a very tempting each-way price and needs strong consideration.