Horse Racing Tips: Sunday’s Best Bets & Top-Tipping Horses

There are five race meetings on Sunday March 27 with race tips available for all 38 races in both the UK and Ireland.

The flat season got underway in earnest on Saturday at Doncaster with Lincoln and the Yorkshire countryside hosting another day of racing today along with jumping action from Ascot and Carlisle.

There’s action on the Naas level, including a Listed contest which we’ll go into more detail on, plus jumps in Limerick, including an interesting Grade 3 rookie chase where, unsurprisingly, Willie Mullins rides the favourite.

We’ll take a look at some of the most popular racing tips on at a variety of different prices and from the most popular and profitable tipsters…

Horses with more tips

Paul Nicholls may have had a quiet Cheltenham, but on Sunday he rode the most popular horse of the day in the form of white thyme in the Garth Hunt Pony Club Novices’ Handicap Chase at Ascot (14:10). The six-year-old is top weight but won comfortably last time at Doncaster and the 8lb gain may not prevent a follow up. Market and tipsters suggest he is one of the backers today, best priced 4/6 with Bet Victor and Boyles, rookie has attracted the attention of 11 tipsters, highest tipping horse on website with all tipsters of the big newspapers putting it up plus Racing Post Spotlight and Jason Heavey of the Star make it their nap of the day.

Another that has attracted a lot of tips today but at a higher price is at 1pm at Ascot, the Conditional Jockeys’ Handicap Hurdle where Gary Moore’s fifty ball has eight tips on plus it’s been picked up by the Daily Express.

In the second last time under the same brand, he takes on the favorite Sizable Sam, trained by Jeremy Scott, who was a winner last time out and the Saint Sonnet topweight for Paul Nicholls.

The seven-year-old is another Spotlight pick this afternoon and the horse is still at a disadvantage with some of last year’s form and at 15/8 with Hills it looks like a competitive price.

sleepiest horses

At Doncaster, the sleepiest horse of the day comes in the form of bergeracwhich is best priced 32/5 (about 6/1 elsewhere) with SBK in the SBK Betting Podcast Handicap run over six furlongs at 4:20pm

Amassing seven tips in the race, the Kevin Ryan-trained four-year-old is clearly well-liked by the Mail’s Robin Goodfellow, Racing Post’s North, Templegate of the Sun and Sun On Sunday, all napping the horse that finished third at Southwell. In the past week. .

Another horse that has napped four times today and is also our Spotlight tip of the day comes in the form of 11/4 chance true transformer for trainer Gavin Cromwell in the Juvenile Handicap Hurdle at Ascot (14:45).

Favorite for the race at the time of writing, this Irish raider won a maiden last time out and his previous fifth at Punchestown couldn’t be running better in the form books.

race of the day

The Grade 3 Hugh McMahaon Memorial Novice Chase at Limerick (15.26) paints a very competitive renewal with two horses leading the betting Equality Mans trained by Willie Mullins at 11/8 (9/5 win only with SBK) and 6/4 opportunity Lifetime Ambition trained by Jessica Harrington.

Postscript and the Irish Sun side with eight-year-old Mullins, who has largely been unexposed and could still have more to come.

Nap table leader nap table leader Steve Mullington of 888Sport drew a blank yesterday in the Lincoln, which was won by a 28/1 shot that Johan noted for Race Olly on the website.

He returns on Sunday with a P&L of £42.07 and putting Coniston Clouds (5/4) as his nap of the day at 5:15 pm in Carlisle.

Meanwhile, the Morning Star’s Farringdon, longtime leader of the table, is still just a couple of pounds off the top spot and taking Miss Milan at Carlisle, which would put him back on top of the table with a win.

Good luck if you have a bet on Sunday and play responsibly.