‘Walk on, walk on’ – 1104-1 Liverpool-themed accumulator

The 2018 Ayr Gold Cup, Son Of Rest (Chris Hayes) and Baron Bolt (Cameron Noble) dead heat

Tuesday’s racing action comes from six venues, after Chepstow succumbed to the weather. Sedgefield, Roscommon, Beverley, Killarney, Wetherby and Ayr are the hosts and we’ll have horse racing tips for all the meetings.

If you’re a Liverpool fan, this season hasn’t been pleasant viewing. The defending champions sit in 6th and are in real danger of failing to qualify for Champion’s League football. That being said, there’s some Liverpool-themed runners on Tuesday that could bring some cheer! The accumulator pays 1104-1 and you can find all the details below.

1.45 Beverley – Manila Scouse

Manila Scouse silk

Manila Scouse

This runner doesn’t need any explanation in the naming stakes. Costing £9,000 as a yearling, he’s a shrewd purchase and makes his debut for Tim Easterby in the opener at Beverley.

A son of Aclaim, his Dam was a half-sister to seven-furlong Listed winner Royal Confidence and the useful sprinter Doctor Sardonicus. Making his debut over the minimum distance is a given and he doesn’t have an insurmountable standard to aim at. Market support would be interesting and he’s one to consider at a huge price.

4.35 Sedgefield – Sallagh

Scoring 93 goals in 141 appearances, Mo Salah has been a huge asset to Liverpool since joining in 2017. Sallagh will be hoping he can score on his debut at Sedgefield, owned and trained by Steven Crawford and ridden by king of the north Brian Hughes.

Crawford has a superb record in bumpers, with 14 of his 67 runners returning to the winner’s enclosure. The booking of Hughes has to be seen as a sign of intent, with this daughter of Fame And Glory’s Dam being a half-sister to the smart Get Me Out Of Here. It’s all there on paper and she’s entitled to plenty of respect.

6.30 Ayr – Van Dijk

Virgil Van Dijk has been a huge miss for Liverpool this season, but Antony Brittain’s Van Dijk has been kept very busy this year. He’s run 11 times in 2021, finishing runner-up on his last two starts, latterly at Wolverhampton when going down by a neck.

He switches to the turf today for the first time since last summer and although he’s winless on the grass, he did place at Beverley off today’s rating in August. He’ll get a very strong pace to aim at under Cam Hardie and if they do go too quick early, he’ll be the one to pick up the pieces late.

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