Horse racing tips and best bets for Hexham, Pontefract and Windsor


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.

ETERNALLY YOURS (3.15) can time it to perfection for Donald Whillans in the handicap hurdle at Hexham.

The mare ran another stormer when giving the progressive Charm Offensive most resistance at Ayr.

The nine-year-old remains fairly-treated so she can triumph for the ultra-shrewd Hawick handler.

CHOIX DES ARMES (1.00) looks deadly for Alison Hamilton in the opening handicap chase.

The 10-year-old is nicely unexposed over two miles after just denying Danny Park at Wetherby.

Anthony Honeyball is hitting form so HATOS (1.30) can shade a fascinating novices’ hurdle.



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

The five-year-old rates a sure-fire improver after bolting up from Drenagh on debut at Chepstow.

CUDGEL (2.40) can bag his fifth success at this venue in the NE Bet Handicap Chase.

Jamie Walton’s horse bounced back when cosily denying Hidden Cargo over course and distance.

The nine-year-old scored with plenty in hand that day so he can see off his old rival once again.

Kim Bailey’s SAINT BIBIANA (4.20) can deservedly open his account in the bumper.

AUTUMN FESTIVAL (3.05) can continue David O’Meara’s flying start on the Flat at Pontefract.

The three-year-old improved for the switch to Turf when hammering Prince Achille at Redcar.

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The gelding looks open to plenty of progress so he can shrug off a 6lb hike in a weaker contest.

The Yorkshire Ace can also take the Napoleons Casino Handicap with AL QAASIM (4.15).

The five-year-old was better than ever when second to handicap blot Clansman at Redcar.




The gelding still lurks on an attractive mark so he should go one better back over a mile.

HUDDLE UP (3.40) can make a winning debut for skilled David Barron in the feature sprint.

The gelding outbattled the useful Pretty Boy Floyd on his last run for Willie McCreery at Dundalk.

The four-year-old is just as good on Turf so he can defy a 173-day absence for his thriving trainer.

SOME NIGHTMARE (5.50) can terrify the bookies for John O’Shea in the Racing TV Handicap.

The sprinter returned with a cracking second to Rebel Redemption on the sand at Wolverhampton.

The five-year-old should be fighting fit so he can take full advantage of an attractive Turf mark.

hexham

1.00 CHOIX DES ARMS

1.30 HERDS

2.05 FONZERELLI

2.40 cudgel

3.15 ETERNALLY YOURS (NAP)

3.50 SHANROE STREET

4.20 SAINT BIBIANA



04/18/15 CORAL SCOTTISH GRAND NATIONAL AYR RACECOURSE Another fence is cleared during the Scottish Grand National

PONTEFRACT

1.55 COMEDIAN LEADER

2.30 RAMBUSO CREEK

3.05 AUTUMN FESTIVAL

3.40 HUDDLE UP

4.15 AL-QAASIM

4.50 DEREHAM

5.20 ESKEN ROSE

5.50 SOME NIGHTMARE

WINDSOR

1.50 GHERKIN

2.20 MONSIEUR PATAT

2.55 SAMBA LADY

3.30 OOH IS IT

4.05 YUMMYLICIOUS

4.40 CHIMED

5.10 QEYAADY

5.40 TIARE

TRAMORE

4.30 IGRAINE

5.00 FREDDIE ROBDAL

5.30 I’VEDONEITALL

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6.00 FOX LE BEL

6.30 YABO

7.00 FOUR HORSEMEN

7.30 GOOD BYE SAM




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