Nap of the day: best horse racing tips for the day's four meetings
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Thornaby Pearl, the only last-time-out winner in the field, has a 6lb higher mark and faster ground to negotiate and may prove vulnerable. Akkeringa and Symbol Of Hope still have untapped potential, while Northbound could revive on a sound surface, but Tamaska (nap), is the pick. He failed to complete his hat-trick at Thirsk last time but he dug deep to repel those racing near him in the centre of the track, only to be mugged by a fast finisher up against the stands' rail. He can gain compensation off the same mark.
This looks a good opportunity for Grinn (nap), providing it does not come too soon after her vastly-improved display when second at Roscommon five days ago. The long-absent Impressive Duke is well handicapped relative to his chase form and should be closely monitored in the betting.
4.00: Summer's Dream
A couple of well handicapped sorts are lurking in this but Summer's Dream (nap), looks like a solid option after her course and distance win on Monday and first-time cheekpieces might help eke out a bit of improvement. Shona Mea is another who may benefit from headgear and she will be suited by the return to 1m. Gregory's Gift is still a maiden but he's starting to look like his turn may be near.
2.38: Kool Moe Dee
The return to Class 4 company should see Lomu deliver a more potent effort, while Rose Hip looked better than ever when scoring at Windsor last time. However, Kool Moe Dee (nap), absolutely tanked his way through the race at Haydock last time before getting bogged down in the mud and he may be primed to strike now that he is back on a sound surface.
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