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A race of no small pool and even greater significance takes place at Yarmouth on Wednesday – an optional claimer (7.15).
Six will race for a first prize of £19,400 in a race which, though a mainstay in certain jurisdictions, is a novelty in Britain. This is the first in a ten-race trial series and there is a useful primer here.
Yarmouth is backed up in the evening by Wolverhampton, Killarney and Fairyhouse. The British afternoon action comes from Uttoxeter, Catterick and Lingfield, with the jumps card arguably the strongest.
Uttoxeter (first race at: 1.50)
Good (GoingStick: 8.1 at 6.45am today)
Good, good to soft in places (Going Stick 8.0 at 9.15am today)
Good to Firm, good in places (GoingStick 8.4 at 6am today).
All-weather – Standard to slow
Good to firm
Good (Flat). Good, good to firm in places (Jumps)
Good to firm (GoingStick: 7.5 at 7.15am on Monday)
1.40 Lingfield 8 Sugar Plum Fairy 9-2 (from 16)
2.40 Lingfield 3 Isaan Queen 7-4 (from 5)
4.10 Lingfield 2 Outrath 5-1 (from 8)
3 Greenview Paradise 7-1 (from 12)
5.20 Wolverhampton 12 Black Truffle 7-1 (from 20)
7.45 Yarmouth 2 Deeds Not Words 9-4 (from 4)
*prices with bet365
What to back
Jack McCarron is the flying tipster on Wednesday, picking out his best bet from Fairyhouse.
What to read
Catch up on the latest at the Faugheen hearing, which concluded yesterday.
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What to watch
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It is to be hoped that initial trepidation is the reason behind just six declarations in the optional claimer, which carries a purse of £30,000. The benefits apply at both ends. Rarely can any horse rated in the low-80s race for such money, and even the highest rated (top-weight Raucous is off 99) will rarely see such races that are not searingly competitive.
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