Horse racing tips plus best bets for Ascot, Chester, Market Rasen, Nottingham, Ripon and Wolverhampton

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Our man Garry Owen has picked out his tips on a busy day of racing action.

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CLEVELAND (3.15) can take advantage of a smart piece of placing by Aidan O’Brien in the Chester Cup.

The four-year-old was an eye-catching fifth to Layfayette on his return in a 1m 2f Group 3 at Naas.

The colt was staying-on very strongly so he can outclass some talented handicappers upped a mile.

BOARDMAN (1.30) can lead home the peloton for Tim Easterby in the Earl Grosvenor Handicap.

The six-year-old was better than ever when cosily denying Alrehb over seven furlongs at Haydock.

The gelding goes well at this quirky venue so he can shrug off a fair 2lb hike over this extra furlong.

CAP FRANCAIS (2.05) can enhance Ian Williams superb record here in the Deepbridge Handicap.




The gelding put in his best shift yet for his new yard when outpointing Turntable at Newmarket.

The six-year-old looks well-treated on his peak form so he can follow up in another warm event.

MEGALLAN (2.40) looks stellar for Frankie Dettori and Team Gosden in the Huxley Stakes.

The colt was unlucky to meet Master Of The Seas on his comeback in a Newmarket Group 3.

The four-year-old remains upwardly mobile so he can gain compensation in a weaker contest.

FLAMING RIB (3.45) looks very tasty for Hugo Palmer in the Boodles Conditions Stakes.

Progressive last year, the three-year-old flopped on his return in the Greenham at Newbury.

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The colt clearly didn’t stay seven furlongs but he can get his career right back on track over six.



ESHER, ENGLAND – MARCH 13: Harry Skelton riding Langer Dan (blue/yellow) clear the last to win The Paddy Power Imperial Cup Handicap Hurdle at Sandown Park Racecourse on March 13, 2021 in Esher, England. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, owners along with the paying public will not be allowed to attend the meeting. (Photo by Alan Crowhurst/Getty Images)

KHIHAVAH (4.20) an shade a competitive apprentices’ handicap for in-form Adrian Keatley.

The gelding lurks on an attractive Flat mark after some cracking efforts over timber this Winter.

AURIFERUS (4.55) can serve it up to his rivals for Andrew Balding in the Tote Chester Plate.

The gelding improved again when giving the classy Ahorsewithnoham a real fright at Newbury.

The four-year-old remains nicely unexposed as a stayer so he can go one better up two furlongs.

BROKEN QUEST (1.50) can bag a hat-trick in the Racing TV Handicap Chase at Market Rasen.

David Dennis’ horse can make light of a well-earned 6lb rise for slamming Trixster at Ludlow.

CHESTER

1.30 BOARDMAN

2.05 CAP FRENCH

2.40 MEGALLAN

3.15 CLEVELAND (NAP)

3.45 FLAMING RIB

4.20 KIHAVAH

4.55 AURIFERUS

ASCOT



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2.15 SUPER SUPERJACK

2.50 SHIKHOVA

3.25 WONDERFUL TIMES

4.00 SAGA

4.35 WATCHYA

5.10 MINE’S TO DOUBLE

5.40 KHATHAK

MARKET RASEN

1.15 WILLIAM CODY

1.50 BROKEN QUEST

2.25 OSLO

3.00 DANNY WHIZBANG

3.35 METHUSALAR

4.10 LE TUEUR

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4.40 EGBERT

NOTTINGHAM

5.05 LOOKING FOR LYNDA

5.35 VAPE

6.10 CHIMED

6.40 SYLVIA BEACH

7.10 ASHKY

7.40 SWISS ACE

8.10 BEWARE

RIPON



Thoroughbred racing action takes center stage at 1.30pm

5.15 FAVORITE QUEEN

5.45 ROACH POWER

6.15 DAPPERMAN

6.45 FORTAMOUR

7.15 SPANTIK

7.45 WOTS THE WIFI CODE

8.15 AUTUMN FESTIVAL

WOLVERHAMPTON

5.26 PARIKARMA

5.56 BEARING BOB

6.26 TREVIE FOUNTAIN

6.56 LADY EROS

7.26 FRAME RATE

7.56 GOLDEN GAL

8.26 COTAI WEST

CORK

5.30 OSRAIGE

6.00 SACRED BRIDGE

6.30 POLAR BEAR

7.00 MUTASARREF

7.30 COMPANY KEEPING

8.00 MISS FLORENTINE

8.30 FLYING DOLPHINS

DOWNPATRICK

5.20 THE FLIER BEGLEY

5.50 DOUNE CASTLE

6.20 KINGS KEEPER

6.50 ASK THE LEADER

7.20 WALKING THE WALK

7.50 LADY MCCABE

8.20 HOUSEMARTIN



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