There are 50 races scheduled across the UK and Ireland on Tuesday, with cards planned at Brighton, Hexham, Huntingdon, Killarney, Nottingham, Sligo and Wolverhampton.
Tuesday’s opening card comes from the south coast, where Brighton will host seven races from 13:00 until 16:00. The going is good to firm (good in places) at Brighton, and Betfred’s “Extra Place” promotion will be available in two contests at 13:30 and 15:30.
Nottingham will host eight races on Tuesday, with the first due to start at 13:10 on good ground. There are four places up for grabs in the following race at 13:40, and Dreams Of Thunder (4/1) could run a big race as she makes her debut for Amy Murphy’s yard.
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The first of seven races at Wolverhampton will start at 13:20, and the going is standard for the all-weather meeting, which should conclude at 16:20.
There are then four evening meetings planned on Tuesday, with the first getting underway at 17:10. Sligo hosts seven races until 20:10 on good ground, while Huntingdon’s card will take place on the same going, but from 17:17.
There are three places up for grabs in a handicap hurdle contest at 19:47, and Olly Murphy’s Del Duque (4/1) could give punters a run for their money after a decent performance at Market Rasen last time out.
Huntingdon’s card concludes at 20:22, while Killarney’s meeting should take place between 17:25 and 20:30, where the going is good.
Hexham’s seven-race meeting will take place from 17:33 until 20:38, and the going is good to soft for Tuesday’s card.
Tuesday’s opening race is covered by Betfred’s “Free Bet if 2nd” promotion, with punters able to earn a £10 free bet if their selection finishes second.
Mark Walford’s Johnson’s Blue (5/2) appears to be the one to beat on the recent form, and connections will fancy their chances over two miles and seven furlongs.
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