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

The Grand National might be over, but the racing doesn’t stop with much to look forward to.

Punchestown will be in the spotlight later this month and our great Garry Owen brings you his advice from every UK gathering every day.

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

The gelding arrived here last June before finishing fourth in the elegant Volcanic Sky at Newmarket.

The five-year-old remains well protected in all kinds of weather so he can attack with Ryan Moore.

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

The filly decisively defeated Millennial Moon in a fair rookie event here when she was last seen in October.

The daughter of Kitten’s Joy should be even better at all three in order to deny some promising opponents.

ROMAN MIST (4.05) can take over from the prosperous Tom Ward in the Snowdrop Stakes.

The filly improved again when Pensiero D’Amore gave her the chin in a hot handicap on track and travel.




Gray must be in fighting shape so he can go better in a rag-tag revamp of this listed contest.

RAINBOW FIRE (4.40) can lead John Gosden to victory in the racingtv.com handicap.

The colt made his best turn yet when Rhythm N Rock denied him over the course and distance.

That’s a great way for Kodiac’s speedy son to take advantage of a tempting opening mark.

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

Arthur Moore’s horse can challenge a well-earned 8-pound walk to comfortably fire Ten Ten at this spot.

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

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

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



Snow Leopard

The gelding is open to some big progress after beating Spyglass Hill in a strong event in Clonmel.

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

The tough chaser looked better than ever when he was in second place behind Run Wild Fred at Troytown in Navan.

The gelding has been deliberately reserved for this historic race so that he can turn the tables on his former enemy.

Kempton

1.45 OCEAN CLOUD

2.20 MORNING POEM

2.55 FLAG

3.30 BOSS POWER (NAP)

4.05 ROMAN FOG

4.40 RAINBOW FIRE

5.15 FLY UP

CHEPSTOW

2.00 LUTTRELL LAD

2.35 MIDNIGHT CENTURION

3.10 TARE TANGO

3.45 PATH

4.17 LISTENING

4.55 RIKOBOY

5.30 OXWICH BAY

6:00 COPPER COVE

PLUMPTON



plumpton racecourse

2.17 PARLIAMENT HILL

2.52 LIGHT AND STRIKE

3.27 GLORY WELLS

4.02 GOLD CHILD GRAY

4.37 HOLY DOCTOR

5.12 TIMELY GIFT

5.47 THE TIN MINER

HUNTINGDON

1.55 IN DEBT

2.30 SOPRAN THOR

3.05 POINT IT

3.40 COOL NAUGH HAZE

4.15 DANNY FURIOUS

4.50 LESKINFER

5.25 GIVE ME A HUG

FAKENHAM

1.00 OBEY THE RULES

1.35 FOREVER WILLIAM

2.10 RESTITUTION

2.45 REALISTIC RED

3.20 LEGEND OF THE POTTER

3.55 NOT THAT WAS

4.30 KIMBERLEY EVE

RED CAR

1.39 KAATIBB

2.14 WILKINS

2.49 BILLY WEDGE

3.24 THE BANDIT

3.59 THINGS

4.34 PRINCE ACHILLES

5.09 LUXURY MUSIC

5:44 HEY UP IS 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

FAIRY HOUSE

2.05 HEAVENLY HORIZON

2.40 ICARE ALLEN

3.15 SAM CARRIER

3.50 THE DEVIL’S CAR

4.20 BLACK BOW

5.00 FARCLAS

5.40 YOUNG DEVELOPER

6.10 THE MEDIATOR

CORK



Runners and jockeys at Unibet Lincoln

1.50 FAME AFTER GLORY

2.25 max.

2.59 THE PLEASURE OF R’EVELYN

3.34 CLUNTS GLORIA

4.09 IS ONLINE

4.44 IT HAPPENED

5.19 BIG HILL

5.54 BEAUTIFUL THE LIONESS

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