Tuesday Tips | Race News
Neptune Seas is Anita Chambers’ best bet for Tuesday, and she has a tip for every race at every meeting.
Neptune Seas can put a disappointing effort last time well behind them at National Racehorse Week September 12-19 Novice Stakes in Nottingham.
A purchase of 725,000 guineas as a yearling, Neptune Seas has not quite lived up to that award with a third and fourth to its name so far.
His initial effort looked decent, beaten by a length and a half at Doncaster in June, but he failed to retreat to Town Moor the following month as he was beaten by nearly 10 lengths.
Both of those downhills were past 12 stages and given how he weakened in the finals the second time around, going back to 10 stages is probably a good decision.
Madam Ambassador must open her account in Racing TV Extra Nursery.
Mark Johnston’s filly has finished second twice and third once in three novice events, most recently placing behind the impressive Daneh at Kempton in June.
Finalist Moon Island’s subsequent success makes the form appear solid and an opening score of 71 for Madame Ambassador ahead of her handicap debut looks very achievable.
Top Breeze can improve on their fine record at Chelmsford with a victory in the tote.co.uk Live Streaming Every UK Race Handicap.
Richard Hughes’ charge ran three times at the Essex site, registering two seconds and a win on his most recent effort.
The five-year-old ended a long losing streak dating back to February 2020 by triumphing six stages here, overcoming a slow start to ultimately triumph by a length and a half.
Top Breeze lost its lowest rating for a few months and although it has been lifted by 4 pounds to reach a perch of 89, that does not exceed it as it has won 90 in the past.
He didn’t have the best start on his last outing at Epsom and it looks like all weather is his favorite surface these days as well.
Zuhair is the choice in the Ae Roofing Services British EBF Novice Stakes at Ffos Las.
Well beaten in his only juvenile start when he looked very green, Zuhair was neutered during the winter months and looked like a totally different horse when he returned to Nottingham in June.
Returning from a 264-day hiatus, Zuhair took it off in an extended mile race and ultimately scored a pretty smart victory.
This race of just under a mile seems like a great opportunity to take advantage of that.
Gosnay Gold has clear claims in the Read Hollie Doyle column on attheraces.com Handicap in Lingfield.
The three-year-old has recorded a lone victory at Chepstow in 11 career starts, but has been placed a few times.
He was last seen filling second place when he was a big favorite at Epsom in a somewhat brisk-than-ideal race.
If he can learn to harness that enthusiasm, he is able to get back on the path to victories beyond his current mark.
Berry Edge is Catterick’s Racing TV Profits Returned To Racing Handicap choice after losing his first tag to Beverley in his last race.
Having his fifth career start at the Westwood, he continued with the goal of winning by a neck from a tee mark of 67.
The handicapper allowed him to gain 1 pound, which might prove to be forgiving.
CHATTERIC: 1.00 Balayage, 1.35 Entwistle, 2.10 Alsvinder, 2.45 Berry Edge, 3.20 Fossos, 3.55 Eye Knee, 4.25 Flower Power.
CHELMSFORD: 1.25 National Dance, 2.00 Moraweth, 2.35 Imagine Freedom, 3.10 Busby, 3.45 The Vegas Raider, 4.18 Top Breeze, 4.50 Almadrina.
FFOS LAS: 1.50 good impression, 2.25 harrow, 3.00 Zuhair, 3.35 gold edge, 4.10 Vintage Rascal, 4.45 Beowulf, 5.15 straight action.
LINGFIELD: 5.30 Gavlar, 6.00 Cable Guy, 6.30 Mr Tyrrell, 7.00 Gosnay Gold, 7.30 Dandy’s Diva, 8.00 Global Style.
NOTTINGHAM: 5.20 Skittlebomz, 5.50 Madame Ambassador, 6.20 Fashion Free, 6.50 NEPTUNE SEAS (NAP), 7.20 Alaskan Lady, 7.50 Loving Dash, 8.20 Night On Earth.
ROSCOMMON: 4.35 Gray Angel, 5.05 Dinero Falso, 5.40 Royal Aide, 6.10 Trees Valley, 6.40 Fine Brunello, 7.10 Blustery, 7.40 Steel Queen.