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Following today's racing and need some expert guidance? Or just fancy a flutter? Well, then you've come to the right place.
Each day, our horse racing expert Robert Mann will be bringing you his three best selections from across the card around the country.
From the bright lights of the Cheltenham Festival and Glorious Goodwood to a low-key evening meeting at Chelmsford City, we have all your racing tips and best bets covered.
With eight stacked cards to choose from, there's a mix of jumps, flat and all-weather racing to satisfy all tastes - with Friday's racing kicking off from 1.10pm at Market Rasen and finishing at Doncaster at 8.53pm.
Last week, our naps, next bests and longshots all came up trumps with some juicy prices making it into the winners' enclosure.
Yet again, our nap hacked home yesterday and we should have another bulletproof selection for you again today.
Tip: Kingmania 11/10
As you can probably tell by the name, Kingmania - by Kingman - gradually improved as a two-year-old and should take all the beating at Doncaster this evening.
She won in the style of a progressive filly at Leicester on return and with plenty more to come, she can defy a further 8lb rise in the weights.
In terms of her competition, she looks to have the most potential in this field - and we really can't see her getting beat here.
Tip: Mehmento 6/4
Another aptly-named charge in Mehmento - by Mehmas, of course - impressed winning his first two starts and should take all the beating here.
Although he failed to see out the trip in France last time out, that was in Group 1 company - so it's well worth forgiving.
We think there's a lot to like about this colt and he is almost certainly still open to further improvement.
Tip: Motawaazy 6/1
Motawaazy was a good second last time out at Thirsk out of 15 runners - and should receive a lot of support in the market for that effort.
Michael Dodds' five-year-old, out of Kingman, has more than a sound chance based on that run and is now tried in cheekpieces.
We don't think 6/1 will last very long with this one and his price suggests that it is a lot bigger than it should be.
Odds are correct at the time of publication and are, as always, subject to change.
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