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Horse Racing Tips: NAP, Next Best And Outsider To Follow At Today's Fixtures

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Horse Racing Tips: NAP, Next Best And Outsider To Follow At Today's Fixtures

Following today's racing and need some expert guidance? Or just fancy a flutter? Well, then there is no better place to come.

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.

There are four stacked cards to choose from on Monday
There are four stacked cards to choose from on Monday
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With four stacked cards to choose from, there's a mix of jumps, flat and all-weather racing to satisfy all tastes - with Monday's racing kicking off from 1pm at Wolverhampton and finishing at Ballinrobe at 7.30pm.

Last week, our naps, next bests and longshots all came up trumps with some juicy prices making it into the winners' enclosure.

Monday's nap comes off the back of an emphatic win at Ludlow last time out and will look to take all the beating again.

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NAP (best bet)

Ludlow 4.20

Tip: Our Rockstar 7/4

Our Rockstar was back to her best when winning over course and distance a fortnight ago - and she looks almost certain to win again this afternoon.

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The seven-year-old is 6lb higher for that win, but remains well handicapped on old form.

With that said, she should take all the beating in another winnable race if in the same mood.

Next best

Wolverhampton 3.30

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Tip: Samoot 9/4

Samoot is well bred being by Dubawi and she really impressed with the way she quickened up last time out at Salisbury.

That performance would have struck many as a filly firmly on the upgrade so with more to come she can bring up the hat-trick under Jim Crowley.

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Ballinrobe 7.30

Tip: Must Be Obeyed 7/1

The standard set by Must Be Obeyed doesn't look insurmountable, but she could improve again and is one for the shortlist.

She was an eye-catching third of 14 in novice hurdle at Navan 72 days ago, finishing strongly under a patient ride.

The five-year-old makes her bumpers debut this evening and is most definitely one to keep an eye on in the betting.

Odds are correct at the time of publication and are, as always, subject to change.

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Topics: tips, Horse Racing

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