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ODDSbible Racing: Tuesday Preview From Brighton, Pontefract And More

ODDSbible Racing: Tuesday Preview From Brighton, Pontefract And More

We take a look at all the best bets during Tuesday's racing action.



Plenty of racing today and here are Danny Archer's selections. He landed a winning NAP with his last tips and is hoping for more of the same today.

7:15: Brighton: Wapping 2/1. Won well last time and looks a horse to keep on the right side of given his current form.

7:45: Brighton: Lagertha 5/1 Each Way. Unexposed after just three runs in maiden company and is in the right hands with Hugo Palmer. Looks sure to improve for switch to handicap company.

8:15: Brighton: Miss Mirabeau 2/1. Ran well on handicap debut when third over course and distance. He should improve again for that run.

3:10: Pontefract: Dawn Of Hope 5/4 NAP. Roger Varian's charge returns back to Listed level after finishing seventh in the G2 Duke Of Cambridge Stakes at Ascot last time. This trip suits and Varian has his string in fine fettle.

5:10: Pontefract: Mysterial 9/1 Each Way. Front-running performer who is out of form but is a course and distance winner who has a handy 7lb claimer aboard and is 9lb below last winning mark in a weak event.

7:25: Roscommon: Product Of Love 11/2. Won nicely at Ballinrobe last time and whilst this is a tougher test, he is entitled to keep improving.

6:35: Uttoxeter: Champayne Ginger 11/8. Finished fourth and third in two points in April and May. He has his first run for the Skelton's and is very interesting on his chase debut.

9:05: Uttoxeter: Defining Year EVS. Won well over course and distance last time and despite a penalty, he is capable of further progress.

5:25: Wolverhampton: Many Waters 15/8. I'm a big fan of Andrew Balding's charge who stayed on well after getting outpaced at Chepstow last time. The three-year-old daughter of Street Cry will relish the step up in trip and should take plenty of beating, despite reverting to the Tapeta surface.

Win Double

3:10: Pontefract: Dawn Of Hope

5:25: Wolverhampton: Many Waters

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