Horse racing tips and best bets for Southwell, Pontefract and Exeter


We’re still purring over that brilliant performance by the winner of the Scottish Grand National last weekend but the racing game never stands still.

We’ll have the big one at Aintree on Saturday with the first of the three-day meeting commencing on Thursday.

But first, our man Garry Owen is here to give you his tips every day from all of the UK meetings and he’ll be hoping to find you some winners from Tuesday’s action.

ECOSSAIS (1:40) can extend Oliver Greenall’s terrific run in the At The Races Chase at Southwell.

The eight-year-old relished returning to three miles when second to the useful Via Dolorosa here.

The gelding remains fairly-treated so he should go one better in this slightly weaker contest.

Amy Murphy’s Daniel Deronda (3:25) looks booked for glory in the maiden hurdle.

The gelding should open his timber account after his fine second to Washington over track and trip.

ALL THUMBS UP (4:00) can make a winning debut for Tom Lacey in the Cazoo Handicap Hurdle.

The gelding was a fine third to One For Joe over 2m 4f at Killarney on his last run for Colm Murphy.

The six-year-old was staying-on nicely so he made a winning start for his smart new yard up in trip.

PAY THE WOMAN (4:35) can earn us a few quid by landing the Sky Sports Handicap Hurdle.

Martin Keighley’s mare bolted up from Military Tactic on her return over course and distance.

The eight-year-old still lurks on an attractive timber mark so she can land this stronger event.

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SLEEPY ANGE (5:05) looks simply divine for Ben Pauling in the novices’ handicap hurdle.

The gelding was an excellent second to Highstakesplayer on his return from wind surgery here.

The six-year-old should be fighting fit so he can put that experience to good use down in class.

CORNERSTONE LAD (2:05) can soar for Micky Hammond in the staying handicap at Pontefract.

The Grade 1-winning hurdler should take full advantage of an attractive mark back on the Flat.

The Yorkshire Handicap is trappy but I’m backing Amy Murphy’s PRIDE OF AMERICA (2:40).

The gelding routed Prejudice first time out for his current handler on the Newcastle all-weather.

That race is working out well so this unexposed type can defy a lenient 4lb rise back on Turf.

LETHAL LEVI (3:15) looks deadly for shrewd Karl Burke in the tricky Racing TV Handicap.

The sprinter ended a productive 2021 with a good second to Aleezdancer over course and distance.

The gelding remains open to plenty of progress so he can summarize winning ways on his comeback.



Farhh (left) ridden by Silvestre De Sousa

PONTEFRACT

1:00 CHAMPAGNE TERRY

1:30 MORE POWER

2:05 CORNERSTONE LAD

2:40 PRIDE OF AMERICA

3:15 LETHAL LEVI

3:50 SOUL STOPPER

4:25 STATELY HOME

EXETER

1:50 AN MARCACH

2:25 GET BACK GET BACK

3:00 WICKED WEST

3:35 WETANWINDY

4:10 DR OAKLEY

4:50 TO BE SURE

5:20 ROLLING DYLAN




SOUTHWELL

1:40 ECOSSAIS (NAP)

2:15 HARDY DU SEUIL

2:50 KILBARRY LEADER

3:25 DANIEL DERONDA

4:00 ALL THUMBS UP

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4:35 PAY THE WOMAN

5:05 ANGE ENDORMI (NB)

GARRY’S DOUBLE: ECOSSAIS (NAP) AND ANGE ENDORMI




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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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