Horse racing tips plus best bets for Kempton, Chepstow, Plumpton, Huntingdon, Fakenham, Redcar and Wolverhampton


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.

BOSS POWER (3.30) can call the shots for Sir Michael Stoute in the Rosebery Handicap at Kempton.

The gelding bolted up here last June before finishing fourth to the classy Volcanic Sky at Newmarket.

The five-year-old remains nicely unexposed on the all-weather so he can strike under Ryan Moore.

BAYRAQ (2.55) can shade the competitive Racing TV Conditions Stakes for Owen Burrows.

The filly decisively defeated the Millennial Moon in a fair novice event here when last seen in October.

The daughter of Kitten’s Joy should be even better at three so she can deny some promising rivals.

ROMAN MIST (4.05) can take command for thriving Tom Ward in the Snowdrop Stakes.

The filly improved again when chinned by Pensiero D’Amore in a hot handicap over track and trip.




The gray should be fighting fit so she can go one better in a trappy renewal of this Listed contest.

RAINBOW FIRE (4.40) can scorch to victory for John Gosden in the racingtv.com Handicap.

The colt put in his best shift so far when just denied by Rhythm N Rock over course and distance.

That is excellent form so the pacey son of Kodiac can take advantage of an inviting opening mark.

CARRIG SAM (3.15) can show his mettle in the tricky Irish Steel Handicap Hurdle at Fairyhouse.

Arthur Moore’s horse can defy a well-earned 8lb hike for cosily dismissing Ten Ten at this venue.

THEDEVILSCOACHMAN (3.50) looks lethal for Joseph O’Brien in the Glenview Studs Hurdle.

The gelding can bag this Grade 2 with any repeat of his gallant defeat of Ashdale Bob at Navan.

BLACKBOW (4.20) can hit the target for Willie Mullins in the Grade 2 Devenish Chase.



Snow Leopardess

The gelding is open to plenty of progress after hammering Spyglass Hill in a strong event at Clonmel.

FARCLAS (5.00) can end a mixed season for Gordon Elliott by taking the Irish Grand National.

The tough chaser looked better than ever when second to Run Wild Fred in the Troytown at Navan.

The gelding has been deliberately saved for this historic race so he can turn the tables on his old foe

KEMPTON

1.45 OCEAN CLOUD

2.20 MORNING POEM

2.55 BAYRAQ

3.30 BOSS POWER (NAP)

4.05 ROMAN MIST

4.40 RAINBOW FIRE

5.15 SOAR ABOVE

CHEPSTOW

2.00 LUTTRELL LAD

2.35 MIDNIGHT CENTURION

3.10 TARE TANGO

3.45 WAYFINDER

4.17 EAVESDROPPING

4.55 RIKOBOY

5.30 OXWICH BAY

6:00 COPPER COVE

PLUMPTON



Plumpton Racecourse

2.17 PARLIAMENT HILL

2.52 LIGHT N STRIKE

3.27 WELLS GLORY

4.02 GOLDEN BOY GRAY

4.37 SAINT DOCTOR

5.12 TIMELY GIFT

5.47 THE TIN MINER

HUNTINGDON

1.55 BEHOLDEN

2.30 SOPRAN THOR

3.05 POINT HIM OUT

3.40 COOL NAUGH HAZE

4.15 DANNY WHIZBANG

4.50 LESKINFERE

5.25 GIVE ME A CUDDLE

FAKENHAM

1.00 OBEY THE RULES

1.35 FOREVER WILLIAM

2.10 RESTITUTION

2.45 RED ROYALIST

3.20 POTTERS LEGEND

3.55 NOT THAT WAS

4.30 KIMBERLEY EVE

REDCAR

1.39 KAATIBB

2.14 WILKINS

2.49 BILLY WEDGE

3.24 IL BANDITO

3.59 ASHHAD

4.34 PRINCE ACHILLE

5.09 DELUXE MUSIC

5:44 HEY UP ITS THE BOSS

WOLVERHAMPTON

1.51 GHOST RIDER

2.26 THE CAMACOS

3.01 CONSERVATIVE

3.36 LOST GOLD

4.11 SARAH’S VERSE

4.46 DALBY FOREST

5.21 CARLOS FELIX

FAIRYHOUSE

2.05 HEAVENLY HORIZON

2.40 ICARE ALLEN

3.15 CARRIG SAM

3.50 THE DEVIL SCOACHMAN

4.20 BLACKBOW

5.00 FARCLAS

5.40 YOUNG DEV

6.10 THE MEDIATOR

CORK



Runners and riders in the Unibet Lincoln

1.50 FAME AFTER THE GLORY

2.25 MAXXUM

2.59 R’EVELYN PLEASURE

3.34 CLOUNTS GLORY

4.09 STI ON THE LINE

4.44 IT CAME TO PASS

5.19 LARGY HILL

5.54 BELLE THE LIONESS




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