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ODDSbible Racing: Daily Tips - 3rd September

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ODDSbible Racing: Daily Tips - 3rd September

ODDSbible's Danny Archer gives his racing tips for today's meetings at Brighton, Ffos Las, Newcastle and Windsor.

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2:30 - Brighton: Make A Wish 8/11

Simon Crisford has his string in fine fettle with six winners from 22 runners in the last fortnight, a stellar 27% strike-rate. The two-year-old daughter of No Nay never was a staying-on third at Nottingham last time out and with normal improvement expected, she should prove a tough nut to crack under Ryan Moore

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4:15 - Ffos Las: Cuban Heel 5/4

Ran a fine race when a head second at Epsom last week and possibly wasn't suited by the track on that occasion. He drifted across the camber and stayed on strongly in the closing stages under Adam Kirby. The third that day has won since and he could finally get his head in front off a mark of 78 in what looks a poor event.

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Daily Double

4:55 - Windsor: Dirty Rascal 5/6

Richard Hannon's two-year-old son of Acclamation was a fine second to stable companion and subsequent Acomb second Watan at Goodwood before finishing second at Salisbury last time out. The winner that day, the Andrew Balding-trained Flashcard has won again since and he could put his experience to good use here.

6:05 - Newcastle: Hard Taskmasker 10/11

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Bloodless winner on first All-Weather start by eight lengths at Lingfield on latest start, spread-eagling the field in decisive fashion. Carries a penalty here but still looks to have strong claims if handling the Tapeta surface on Tyneside.

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4:00 - Brighton: Triple First 6/1 E/W

Finished a good third at Sandown earlier this year off 5lb higher and dropped down in class, the four-year-old daughter of Dick Turpin could have scope for improvement of a mark of 55 in this event.

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8:20 - Newcastle: Brendan 4/1 E/W

Yet to win in 19 starts but was a beaten a nose here last week on his first start on the All-Weather. Jim Goldie's team remain in good form and he is a definite each-way player in an open race.

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