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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 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.

There are seven stacked cards to choose from on Wednesday
There are seven stacked cards to choose from on Wednesday
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With seven 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 Nottingham and finishing at Ripon at 9pm.

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

Today's nap is an exciting son of Kingman and could have a very bright future ahead of him.

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NAP (best bet)

Kempton 7.20

Tip: Royal Pleasure 10/11

Royal Pleasure, a son of Kingman, made a bright start winning on debut as a two-year-old.

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Given he is two from three now, he looks to be thoroughly progressive and rates the one to beat in this field, despite a penalty.

On that note, we really can't see this one getting beat.

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Nottingham 4.15

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Tip: Lightning Attack 7/4

Lightning Attack caught the eye when staying on strongly before being denied by just a neck at Bath last month.

With that said, Roger Teal's five-year-old won't need to build on that run too much in order to get himself back in the winners' enclosure.

He's well worth chancing, especially in a race as winnable as this.

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Outsider

Cartmel 3.30

Tip: Minella Daddy 5/1

Minella Daddy doesn't look easy to weigh up at present, but he was very useful back in his day and he could go well here.

The 11-year-old veteran made no impact when last of two finishers on hunter debut at Wincanton last time out.

However, now with his tongue-tie removed, he should be able to build on that.

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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