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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.
With six stacked cards to choose from, there's a mix of jumps, flat and all-weather racing to satisfy all tastes - with Wednesday's racing kicking off from 1pm at Yarmouth and finishing at Kempton at 8.35pm.
Last week, four out of five tipped naps hacked up, including two 5/1 shots at York's Dante Festival meeting.
Yesterday's nap was a disappointing third, however, our next best (2/1) and outsider (11/2) both bolted home to ease the blow.
Wednesday's nap is chasing a four-timer and even under a penalty, he looks like the one to beat.
Tip: Let Me Be 11/10
Let Me Be was much the best last time out and a 5lb penalty shouldn't be enough to stop him if he's in the same form.
The five-year-old turned out quickly dropping back in the trip and he is likely to go off a warm favourite as he bids to make it four in a row.
With that said, Keith Dalgleish's charge will take all the beating this afternoon and looks like a certified banker.
Tip: Amalfi Coast 6/4
Experience should count for plenty here and Amalfi Coast can go one better this afternoon.
The Aiden O'Brien-trained two-year-old cost a sizeable amount at the Goffs Orby Sale last year and he is highly regarded by the Ballydoyle yard.
The Showcasing colt ran well last time out, keeping on nicely at the finish and, with the extra furlong likely to unlock further improvement, he should prove hard to beat here.
Tip: Digital 5/1
Digital kept decent company as a juvenile, placing on a couple of occasions behind performers who would go on to win Group races in the shape of Ubettabelieveit and Umm Kulthum.
Because of that, Kevin Ryan's gelding makes plenty of appeal on his handicap debut.
Odds are correct at the time of publication and are, as always, subject to change.
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