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Tuesday racing tips: 3 for Sedgefield, Southwell and Tramore

27 Nov | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
Tuesday racing tips: 3 for Sedgefield, Southwell and Tramore
Tuesday racing tips

Alex Jack has a tip for three different meetings on both sides of the Irish Sea on Tuesday.

Plenty of Tuesday racing action in store across Britain and Ireland with three meetings taking place and plenty of competitive action to sample.

The eye-catching meeting is at Tramore, where they have a very interesting maiden hurdle to open proceedings, while there’s also decent fare from Sedgefield and Southwell. We have three Tuesday afternoon fancies to follow.


Coup De Coeur @ SP (Sedgefield, 12:15)

Generous Day @ SP (Southwell, 12:40)

Banprionsa @ SP (Tramore, 13:00)

Brian Hughes bidding for four in a row in the opener

Champion jockey Brian Hughes has a good book of rides at Sedgefield on Tuesday, and the opening 2m1f Novices’ Hurdle is a race he has won for the last three years running.

Hughes will take the ride on Micky Hammond’s COUP DE COEUR SP this year, and it has to be of interest that this is the first time he will mount the five-year-old son of No Risk At All.

Formerly trained by Francois Nicolle in France, he has run 13 times without success, but he did finish second in a Listed chase at Auteuil two years ago, and a repeat of that level of form should be good enough to win this.

Coup De Coeur isn’t within the Hammond yard long. He fell when weakening out of things on stable debut over hurdles at Wetherby in October, but showed a lot more zest when finishing a good third in a maiden over course and distance when last seen.

Recoup and What A Johnny both won at the first time of asking and could be anything, but Hughes should blaze a trail in front aboard our selection, and he could prove hard to reel in.

Generous Day could be a generous price

Henry Oliver’s GENEROUS DAY SP sprang a 25/1 surprise when landing this race 12 months ago, and there’s every reason to believe connections will be targeting the 2m4f Handicap Chase once again.

Now an 11-year-old, he is certainly shoving on in years, but he is only 2lb higher than when successful here last, and he won with plenty to spare on that occasion.

There isn’t a whole lot of pace in the race which will suit the selection as he likes to get on with things in front. He is versatile with regard to ground so conditions will be fine.

Rachael Blackmore can make the spin to Tramore worthwhile

All eyes will be on the opening maiden hurdle at Tramore, where Willie Mullins will run Jolie Coeur Allen over hurdles for the first time, a mare who was sent off favourite for a Grade 2 bumper at Aintree last season.

However, it’s the 2m5f Mares’ Maiden Hurdle we are interested in from a punting perspective, and it may be a tip in itself that Rachael Blackmore takes the short spin to the track for her sole ride of the day, aboard BANPRIONSA SP

Sporting the famous Honeysuckle silks, Kenneth Alexander’s mare bumped into a smart horse in Abi’s Champ at Cork on her racecourse debut this month.

She was very strong in the betting but the winner had experience on her side. Banprionsa is bred to be very smart and she looked very good when landing her sole point.

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