Horse racing tips and best bets for Ffos Las, Market Rasen, Newbury, Plumpton and Southwell


The Grand National might be over but the racing doesn’t stop with plenty to look forward to.

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

AHORSEWITHNONAME (4.31) can call the tune for Nicky Henderson in the big two-miler at Newbury.

The mare was a superb second to Love Envoi in a Grade 2 novice hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival.

The seven-year-old is almost as good on the level so she can take advantage of an attractive mark.

HAFIT (3.56) can extend Charlie Appleby’s tremendous run in the EBF Conditions Stakes.

The colt improved again when a close third to Goldspur in the Zetland at Newmarket in October.

The son of Dubawi has the scope to be even better at three so he can bag a hot race over 1m 2f.

DIGITAL (5.05) can time it to perfection for Kevin Ryan in the tricky Dubai Duty Free Handicap.

The sprinter stayed upwardly mobile with a convincing defeat of Zarzyni on the sand at Newcastle.




The gelding goes just as well on Turf so he can make light of a fair 5lb hike for his top-class handler.

The Dubai Handicap looks even trappier but I’m backing Andrew Balding’s KOY KOY (5.40).

The colt ended last season by absolutely bolting up from Borntobealeader over course and distance.

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

MIDNIGHTS LEGACY (4.35) can land a tight renewal of the Sussex Champion Hurdle at Plumpton.

Alan King’s gelding recorded yet another career best when showing Wild Max no mercy at Ludlow.

The five-year-old oozed class once again so he can pass his toughest test to date with flying colours.

LOUP DE MAULDE (5.10) can continue Christian Williams’ terrific season in the handicap chase.

The five-year-old was very unlucky to encounter the progressive Balkardy over track and trip.




The gelding is nicely unexposed so he can prevail with another impressive round of jumping.

VOODOO DOLL (2.40) looks deadly for Evan Williams in the feature handicap hurdle at Ffos Las.

The gelding built on some solid efforts when a fine second to John Betjeman over two miles here.

The nine-year-old has dropped to an attractive mark so he can summarize winning ways up in trip.

FFOS THE

1.00 MUCKAMORE

1.35 ART OF ILLUSION

2.05 ISLE OF ARON

2.40 VOODOO DOLL

3.15 TO BE SURE

3.50MR KATANGA

4.25 ROCK QUEENS

MARKET RASEN

1.53 MISS CHANTELLE

2.26 DUSKY DAYS

3.01 THIRTYFOURSTITCHES

3.36 BLUEBERRY WINE

4.11 CLEAR THE RUNWAY

4.46 MOUNT SOUTH

5.21 SMUGGLER’S BLUES

NEWBURY




1:40 BACKING BALLYMORE

2.11 FIRST NIGHTINGALE

2.46 ZENGA

3.21 LIFE OF DREAMS

3.56 HAFIT

4.31 SAVEWITHNONAME (NAP)

5.05 DIGITAL

5.40 KOY KOY

PLUMPTON

2.15 LEAVE BAY

2.50 UBERMAN

3.25 UNANSWERED PRAYERS

4.00 UALLRIGHTHARRY

4.35 MIDNIGHTS LEGACY

5.10 LOUP DE MAULDE

5.45 AGE OF WISDOM

SOUTHWELL

1:57 ARLO’S SUNSHINE

2.32 AMELIA R

3.07 KITTEN’S DREAM

3.42 WATERMELON SUGAR

4.17 PALIFICO

4.52 TWENTYSHARESOFGREY

5.30 DUCHRAY

6.00 DOWN TO THE KID

CORK

1.10 EVERGREEN AND RED

1.45 EYRE SQUARE

2.20 ANNA BUNINA

2.55 AIONE

3.30 MELON

4.05 BOIS DE CLAMART

4.40 CAESAR ROCK

5.15 GRAND SOIR

FAIRYHOUSE



Dingo Dollar ridden by Wayne Hutchinson clears the last fence to win the Le Chalice Maiden Hurdle Race, at Bangor Racecourse.
Dingo Dollar ridden by Wayne Hutchinson clears the last fence to win the Le Chalice Maiden Hurdle Race, at Bangor Racecourse.

2.00 IMPERIAL RULER

2.35 GRACCHUS OF BALME

3.10 LOVE SHIPPING

3.45 GEVREY

4.20 MT LEINSTER

4.55 GALOPIN DES CHAMPS

5.25 DR EGGMAN




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