Horse racing tips and best bets for Epsom, Sedgefield, Yarmouth, Worcester and Wolverhampton


Next week Punchestown will take center stage later this month and our man Garry Owen brings you his tips from all the UK meetings every day.

NAHANNI (2.20) looks another nice Classic prospect for Charlie Appleby in the Blue Riband Trial at Epsom.

The son of Frankel oozed class when slamming Chairman by nine lengths on his return at Leicester.

There is plenty more to come from this smart type who can get the better of some exciting rivals.

ARENAS DEL TIEMPO (2.55) can time it to perfection in the City And Suburban Handicap.

Simon Dow’s filly likes this venue and should be primed after her good third to Sarvan at Lingfield.

Jim Boyle’s GOING GONE (3.30) can bag a tricky renewal of the Great Metropolitan Handicap.



Exeter stages a jumps meeting on Tuesday when Newsboy’s nap, Indiroco, runs in the Hunters’ Chase (Photo by Harry Trump/Getty Images)

The gelding ended a productive 2021 by routing Prince of Harts in a warm event at Newmarket.

The four-year-old goes well fresh so he can defy a well-earned 7lb penalty on his first run since.

Michael Bell’s PUB CRAWL (4.30) can pay for a few rounds by landing the Warren Handicap.

The gelding should relish tackling a mile after his staying-on second to Astral Beau at Leicester.

ARMATTIEKAN (1.40) can extend Donald McCain excellent run over the Jumps at Sedgefield.

The chaser ran another stormer when giving the useful Wheelbahri most resistance at Carlisle.

The eight-year-old remains fairly-treated so he can go one better in a slightly weaker contest.

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THE NAVIGATOR (2.10) can chart a course to victory in the trappy Cazoo Handicap Hurdle.



Samtu ridden by Lorcan Murtagh crosses the finish to win Betway Novices’ Handicap Chase at Musselburgh Racecourse. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Wednesday February 13, 2019. See PA story RACING Musselburgh. Photo credit should read: Jane Barlow/PA Wire

Dianne Sayer’s horse produced a personal best when crushing Evita Du Mensil at Musselburgh.

The gray goes well at this track so he can make light of a reasonable 6lb hike dropped in class.

Brian Ellison’s NIETZSCHE (2.45) is the smart choice in the Vickers.Bet Handicap Chase.

The gelding put in another cracking shift when third to Beakstown in Listed company at Ayr.

The nine-year-old still lurks on an attractive mark so he can triumph in these calmer waters.

Stick with Bernard Llewellyn’s ADHERENCE (3.20) in the Manpower Handicap Hurdle.

The gelding improved again for his new yard when second to How’s The Cricket at Newton Abbot.

The nine-year-old is still well-handicapped on his old form so he rates a value bet in a tight contest.

EPSOM

1.50 ELECTRIC LOVE

2.20 NAHANNI (NAP)

2.55 SANDS OF TIME

3.30 GOING GONE

4.00 BLUEBERRY HILL

4.30 PUB CRAWL

SEDGEFIELD

1.05 GOLD MINER

1.40 ARMATTIEKAN

2.10 THE NAVIGATOR

2.45 NIETZSCHE

3.20 ADHERENCE

3.50 HURRICANE DYLAN

4.20 MONBEG CHIT CHAT

4:55 IMPERIAL MERLIN

YARMOUTH




2.30 HIGH FLYER

3.05 SOLEIL BLANC

3.40 KING FRANCIS

4.10 TURN BACK TIME

4.40 ASSESSMENT

5.10 NAJAT

5.40 MEHMO

WORCESTER

4.50 WILL SPEND

5.20 WEST

5.50 KIMBERLEY EVE

6.20 CHARLIE’S GLANCE

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6.50 IRON BRIDGE

7.20 EARTH BUSINESS

7.50 WETANWINDY

WOLVERHAMPTON

5.00 KRYSTAL MAZE

5.35 JACK RYAN

6.05 HAVE YOU MISSED ME

6.35 LADY LABELLE

7.05 SPIRIT GUEST

7.35 ENCOURAGEABLE

8.05 MAJOR GATSBY




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