Horse racing tips and best bets for Newcastle, Lingfield and Chelmsford


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.

TIBER FLOW (3.10) can continue William Haggas’ flying start in the Three-Year-old Championship at Newcastle.

The colt stretched his unbeaten record to three by cosily dismissing My Dubawi over track and trip.

That is excellent form so this rapid-improver can deny some exciting rivals under Tom Marquand.

The leading trainer can also claim the Mile Championship with MY OBERON (2.00).

The five-year-old will take some stopping with a repeat of his sixth in Grade 1 company at Meydan.

Andrew Balding’s IMPERIAL FIGHTER (1.30) can stay firmly on the upgrade in the Burradon Stakes.

SPYCATCHER (2.35) looks dangerous for in-form Karl Burke in the Sprint Championship.




The colt showed class and guts to edge out the useful Lord Of The Lodge in a Lingfield Listed event.

The four-year-old is nicely unexposed on the all-weather so he can follow up in another hot contest.

John Quinn’s HIGHFIELD PRINCESS (3.45) can make her class tell in the Fillies’ Championship.

The mare can strike over seven furlongs after chasing home Tone The Barone at Wolverhampton.

EARLOFTHECOTSWOLDS (4.15) can bag the All-Weather Marathon for Nigel Twiston-Davies.

A good hurdler, the gelding recorded a career best on the Flat when routing Coltrane at Kempton.

The eight-year-old remains well-treated so he can defy a lenient 2lb penalty for his top-class yard.

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Snow Leopardess is one of the favorites

Archie Watson’s AL ZARAQAAN (4.45) can shade a cracking renewal of the Easter Classic.

The gelding ran a stormer when just denied by Living Legend
in the Magnolia Stakes at Kempton.

The five-year-old is open to progress for his current yard so he can turn the tables on his old foe.

CRIMSON SAND (2.20) can extend Richard Hughes’ excellent run in the Betway Mile at Lingfield.

The gelding shaped like his turn was near when giving Tone The Barone most problems at this track.

Vespasian (2.55) can reign for thriving Team Crisford in the Coral Three-Year-old Handicap.

The progressive colt can shrug off a well-earned 6lb hike for hammering Yaahobby at newcastle .

PROCLAIMER (4.00) can complete a four-timer for Julie Camacho in the All-Weather Mile.

The tough gelding can make light of a fair 5lb rise for outpointing Enough Already at Newcastle.

NEWCASTLE

1.30 IMPERIAL FIGHTER

2.00 MY OBERON

2.35 SPYCATCHER

3.10 TIBER FLOW (NAP)

3.45 HIGHFIELD PRINCESS

4.15 EARLOFTHECOTSWOLDS

4.45 AL ZARAQAAN

LINGFIELD



Secret gesture ridden by Jim Crowley wins the Betfred The Bonus King Oaks Trial Stakes during The Derby Trial Weekender at Lingfield Park Racecourse, Surrey.
Secret Gesture is ready to impress

1.15 OBSIDIAN KNIGHT

1.45 HONOR AND PLEASURE

2.20 CRIMSON SAND

2.55 VESPASIAN

3.30 ISOLA ROSSA

4.00 PROCLAIMER

4.35 HATHLOOL

CHELMSFORD

2.10 MOUNTBATTEN

2.45 ARAMIS GRAY

3.20 PIPS TUNE

3.55 INIGO JONES

4.30 I’M MABLE

5.00 FLINTSTONE

5.30 MAN OF RIDDLES




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