Horse racing tips and best bets for Haydock, Ludlow and Ffos Las

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The memories of Cheltenham Festival are fading but it’s all systems go for the Grand National at Aintree.

The Scottish National takes place at Ayr before that and we’ll be building up to next month’s action with daily tips and our live blog.

BRIEF AMBITION (1.35) can make short work of his rivals in the novices’ handicap chase at Haydock.

Fergal O’Brien’s gelding stayed unbeaten over fences with a decisive defeat of Ballinsker at Ludlow.

The eight-year-old jumped well once again so he can follow up for his skilled handler after a break.

GENERATOR CITY (2.45) can make a winning debut for Ian Williams in the Tim Molony Chase.

The nine-year-old was a close third to Lord Sarky at Huntingdon on his last run for Barry Leavy.

The gelding doesn’t lack stamina so he can take advantage of an inviting mark back over 3m 4f.

GODREVY POINT (3.55) can extend Richard Bandey’s excellent run in the handicap hurdle.

The six-year-old is open to plenty of progress after outpointing Bolintlea in a fair Hereford novice.

SHAH AN SHAH (3.40) can claim the UWTSD Handicap Hurdle at Ffos Las for Charlie Longsdon.

The eight-year-old ran another blinder when giving One Fer Mamma most resistance at Warwick.

The gelding remains nicely unexposed as a stayer so he can go one better for his in-form trainer.

Kerry Lee is also flying so I’m backing SHAMAN DUBERLAIS (4.15) in the novices’ chase.

The nine-year-old gave the talented Adrimel a real fright over 2m 4f at Haydock last month.

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The gelding was staying-on very strongly so he can land another hot event over three miles.




JAUNTY FREYJA (4.50) can bag the Cazoo Handicap Hurdle for shrewd Brian Eckley.

The seven-year-old bounced back when second to the progressive Good Look Charm at Exeter.

The mare still lurks on an attractive mark so she can summarize winning ways in a weaker contest.

GUY (4.05) can land the feature handicap chase at Ludlow for thriving Nigel-Twiston Davies.

The gelding should relish tackling three miles after his close second to Patroclus at Leicester.

JUST THE MAN (4.40) is the right choice in the competitive Farm Shop Handicap Hurdle.

John O’Shea’s gray put in another excellent shift when chinned by Black Poppy at Hereford.

The gelding remains fairly-treated so he can gain compensation after a warm-up on the Flat.

EQUUS MILLAR (5.10) can build on his encouraging Kempton second for Sarah-Jayne Davies.

HAYDOCK

1.00 PARISENCORE

1.35 BRIEF AMBITION (NAP)

2.10 SACRÉ PIERRE

2.45 GENERATOR CITY

3.20 LETTHETRUTHBEKNOWN

3.55 GODREVY POINT




FFOS LAS

1.55 SEVENTEEN OR FOUR

2.30 HAPPY DU MESNIL

3.05 STREETS OF FIRE

3.40 SHAH AN SHAH

4.15 SHAMAN DU BERLAIS

4.50 JAUNTY FREYJA

5.25 YOU SAY NOTHING

LUDLOW

2.20 WHIZ KID

2.55 HAMILTON DICI

3.30 TIKITOV

4.05 GUY

4.40 JUST THE MAN

5.10 EQUUS MILLAR

5.40 STRATEGY

DUNDALK

5.00ADAMS BARBOUR

5.30WAR HERO

6.00 Drakensberg

6.30 FRENCH COMPANY

7.00 INCRIMINATION

7.30 KING’S VIEW

8.00 SATIN SNAKE

8.30 ROYAL SCHOOL



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George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.

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