Horse racing tips and best bets for Kelso, Doncaster, Newbury, Lingfield, Southwell and Navan


METER (3:15) can prevail in another magnificent renewal of the bet365 Morebattle Hurdle at Kelso.

Harry Fry’s horse looked a potential superstar when bolting up in last year’s Tolworth at Sandown.

The gelding’s reputation then took a massive hit when he flopped in the Supreme at Cheltenham.

No better on his return at Sandown, he showed signs of a revival when fourth in the Betfair at Ascot.

The six-year-old confirmed that impression when slamming Gowel Road in a hot Lingfield handicap.

That was another career best so the class act can add this huge prize to his tally for his in-form yard.

The Premier Novices’ Hurdle is another cracker but I’m rowing in with SHOLOKJACK (1:32).

Dan Skelton’s charge looked smart when hosing up from Let’s Have Another on debut at Leicester.

The gelding took another major step forward when showing Where’s Hector on mercy at Wetherby.

The six-year-old looks every inch a Grade 2 performer so he can cosily deny some talented rivals.



Phoenix Way (right) ridden by Kevin Brogan before going on to win bet365 Handicap Chase during SBK Clarence House Chase Raceday at Ascot Racecourse, Berkshire. Picture date: Saturday January 22, 2022.

HART OF STEEL (2:05) can show his mettle for Donald McCain in the bet365 Handicap Hurdle.

The gray built on some creditable efforts when decisively defeating Eaton Collina at Bangor.

I have produced an even better shift when routing Stormy Flight in warmer company at Uttoxeter.

The gelding remains in peak form so he can shrug off a lenient 4lb hike for his thriving trainer.

McCain can add a trappy novices’ handicap chase to his tally with HEARTBREAK KID (3:43).

The seven-year-old looked better than ever when demolishing Bulldoze at Sedgefield in January.

The gelding improved again when hammering Le Ligerien in a stronger contest at Uttoxeter.

There is plenty more to come from this pacey type who can follow up in style under Brian Hughes.

ESPOIR DE ROMAY (2:40) can maintain Kim Bailey’s tremendous run in the Premier Chase.

The eight-year-old would have beaten Chantry House had he not fallen two out at Aintree in April.

He returned with a respectable third to Fiddlerontheroof over 2m 4f in the Colin Parker at Carlisle.

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The gelding looks open to plenty of progress so he can summarize winning ways back over three miles.

Stuart Coltherd has hit form so I’m on WHEELBAHRI (4:25) in the bet365 Handicap Chase.

Impressive at Catterick, the gelding remained firmly on track by slamming Astra Via at Sedgefield.

That race is working out extremely well so this likeable type can complete a hat-trick up in class.



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MISS FAIRFAX (2:20) can call the tune in the Virgin Bet Mares’ Novice Hurdle at Doncaster.

Hughie Morrison’s horse clearly relished tackling three miles when routing Eureka Creek at Exeter.

However, she really excelled herself with an effortless defeat of Letthetruthbeknown at Catterick.

That was a sparkling performance so she can take this promotion to Listed company in her stride.

CEDAR HILL (2:55) can hit the heights for Sandy Thomson in the Virgin Bet Handicap Chase.

The gelding ran better than the bare result when fifth to Frero Banbou on heavy going at Lingfield.

He built on that effort when decisively defeating Nero Rock on better ground at Musselburgh.

The eight-year-old scored with plenty in hand so he can make light of a well-earned 4lb penalty.

SOYOUTHINKSOAGAIN (3:30) can give Team Skelton another big win in the Grimthorpe Chase.

The seven-year-old opened his fencing account by hacking up from Cash To Ash at Wetherby.

The gelding then couldn’t live with the fast pace set by Fantastikas when only sixth at Lingfield.

However, he made absolutely no mistake when coasting to victory from Thatsy at Catterick.

I doubt we’ve seen the best of this bold-galloper who can put some exposed rivals to the sword.

INDYFIVE (1:15) will be revved up by David Dennis for the valuable veterans’ chase at Newbury.

A good winner at Doncaster, the gelding failed to fire when pulled up at Sandown next time.

However, he bounced back when giving the well-treated Manwell most resistance at Catterick.

The 12-year-old still lurks on an attractive mark so he rates the safest option in a tricky contest.

TAMAROC DU MATHAN (1:50) can extend Paul Nicholls domination of the Greatwood Gold Cup.

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The seven-year-old’s form quickly tailed off after he landed a Grade 2 at Kempton last February.

However, he looked to be on his way back when fifth on his return over two miles at Sandown.

The gelding should be fighting fit so he can claim this trappy Grade 3 over an extra four furlongs.

BAY OF INTRIGUE (1:00) looks very interesting in the opening two-miler at Sedgefield tomorrow.

The hurdler decisively defeated Hit The Rocks on debut for Fergal O’Brien at Lingfield recently.

The gelding remains well-treated for his shrewd new yard so he can strike again in a weak event.

WHERE’S HECTOR (1:30) should finally open his account over timber for Michael Easterby.

The gelding can score with a repeat of his good second to the classy Sholokjack at Wetherby.

THE PADDY PIE (3:13) looks tasty for Sue Smith in the Last Horse Standing Chase.

The nine-year-old ran well again when third to Omar Maretti in a strong event at Catterick.

The gelding didn’t stay 3m 1f that day so he can take advantage of a nice mark down in trip.

ZAFAR (3:48) can keep the Donald McCain bandwagon rolling in the handicap hurdle.

The seven-year-old was a respectable fifth to I’m To Blame in a decent event at Musselburgh.

The gelding was a shade unlucky that day so he can gain compensation dropped in grade.

BUCEPHALUS ( 1:10) can conquer his rivals for Laura Young in the novices’ hurdle at Huntingdon.

The gelding rates a sure-fire improver after his promising debut third to Kincardine at Newbury.

petty cash (2:55) can earn us a few quid by landing the racingtv.com Handicap Hurdle.

The five-year-old produced a personal best when hacking up from walkinthewoods at Ffos Las.

The gelding looks open to progress so he can define a well-earned 7lb hike for his in-form trainer.

GO STEADY (3:30) can maintain Team Skelton’s terrific run in the Oxo Handicap Chase.

The 10-year-old made a reasonable return to fences when third to Native Robin at Wincanton.

That form is working out pretty well so this consistent gelding can regain the winning thread.

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KING FERDINAND (4:40) can chart a course to victory in the staying handicap hurdle.

Tom Lacey’s horse handled the step up to 2m 4f well when chinned by Flintara at Uttoxeter.

The gelding was doing all his best work late so he should relish this tougher test of stamina.

The improvingROLL WITH IT( 5:10) can top the charts for Richard Spencer in the bumper.

Kelso

1:00 CUBAN CIGAR

1:32 SHOLOKJACK

2:05 KAIZER

2:40 ESPOIR OF ROMAY

3:15 AM METIER (NAP)

3:43 HEARTBREAK KID

4:25 WHEELBAHRI

DONCASTER

1:45 BYZANTINE EMPIRE

2:20 MISS FAIRFAX

2:55 CEDAR HILL

3:30 SOYOUTHINKSOAGAIN

4:05 AMPHAL

4:40 SILVER FLYER

5:15 SPRING MEADOW

NEWBURY

1:15 INDY FIVE

1:50 TAMAROC DU MATHAN

2:27 MARK OF GOLD

3:02 BLACK POPPY

3:37 DORKING BOY

4:12 MAJOR DUNDEE

4:47 CAPTAIN DESTINY

LINGFIELD

12:49 RETICENT

1:24 BLAZER TWO

1:59 SIR JOSEPH SWAN

2:34 OBSIDIAN KNIGHT

3:09 MOVE ON

3:50 ONE NIGHT STAND

4:19 THE HORSE

4:54 ALKHARYAAL

SOUTHWELL

5:00 BACK FROM DUBAI

5:30 WYNTER WILDES

6:00 DAAFY

6:30 TIBER FLOW

7:00 PRINCE ABU

7:30 RECALL THE SHOW

8:00 CHIEF WHITE FACE

8:30 AURIFEROUS

NAVAN

1:10 ONLY SKY

1:40 GLOBAL EXPORT

2:13 JUMPING JET

2:48 CAUSE GAIN

3:23 HERMANN CLERMONT

3:58 GENTLEMAN OF MEE

4:32 KAVANAGHS CORNER

5:05 ALL CLASS

HUNTINGDON

1:10 BUCEPHALUS

1:45 CHAMBARD

2:20 MATTIE ROSS

2:55 PETTY CASH

3:30 GO STEADY

4:05 WORLD TRIP

4:40 KING FERDINAND

5:10 ROLL WITH IT

SEDGEFIELD

1:00 BAY OF INTRIGUE (NAP)

1:30 WHERE’S HECTOR

2:03 BREIZH ALKO

2:38 MIDNIGHT MARY

3:13 THE PADDY PIE

3:48 ZAFAR

4:23 ASHJAN




GARRY’S DOUBLE: BAY OF INTRIGUE (NAP) AND KING FERDINAND (4:40 HUNTINGDON)

LEOPARDSTOWN

1:55 HARALD HARDRAD

2:30 WHISKEY SOUR

3:05 HOLLYMOUNT

3:40 INDIE BELLE

4:15 FIGHTING FIT

4:50 DONKEY YEARS

5:20 THE FOUR SIXES

WEXFORD

2:10 HAUTURIERE

2:45 MOUNT BROWN

3:20 THE NIFFLER

3:55 GJOUMI

4:30 EGALITY MANS

5:00 DUCHESS RAVENWAVES

5:30 DANCING CITY

MERIDIAN

MISS FAIRFAX (2:20 DONC)

ESPOIR OF ROMAY (2:40 KELS)

CEDAR HILL (2:55 DONC)

HEARTBREAK KID (3:43 KELS)

KLONDYE

SHOLOKJACK (1:32 KELS)

HART OF STEEL (2:05 KELS)

METIER (3:15 KELS)

ROCKAVON

SATURDAY : SOYOUTHINKSOAGAIN (3:30 DONC)

SUNDAY: PETTY CASH (2:55 HUNT)




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