Nap of the day: best horse racing tips for Wednesday's six meetings
Best bets at Thirsk, Worcester, Musselburgh, Tipperary, Kempton and Bath
Wednesday's best bets from the Racing Post's unbeatable Spotlights team
Alambrista is bred to be useful and could take off for the extra 4f today but she was disappointing when favourite at Brighton last week and preference is for Wor Willie, who looks a strong stayer and didn't shape too badly behind a progressive type at Doncaster.
Several of these are considered but top of the list is recent Hexham third Easy Bucks, who is not yet fully exposed over fences and might have a bit more to offer if the added cheekpieces have a positive effect. Former Irish point winner Kind Witness chased home a handicap blot on his recent chasing debut and also looks very interesting. Out For Justice, Imperial Acolyte and Cobra Angel are just some of the others with good credentials.
A number of these arrive with question marks against them but that can't be said of Yagood who is thriving for his current yard and is a confident selection to bag win number four of 2021 given he remains unexposed as a stayer. Mark Johnston's Justified has been shown some respite by the official handicapper and is next on the list ahead of lightly raced 6yo Pour Joie.
Only five runners but a tidy race all the same. Maritime Wings wasn't expected to do what he did at Leopardstown on debut and can only improve, while he has since been bought by powerful owners, so could be the answer. Nectaris should also have progressed plenty from her promising debut and, getting 9lb from the selection, could pose the biggest threat.
Berrtie has been a revelation since handicapping but, 11lb higher than when landing a 0-55 last time, he may be vulnerable to Persaria. Her brother, The Tin Man, needs no introduction and she looked the one to take out of a strong Leicester contest at the start of the month. Lockdown and Elektronic look each-way material.
Super Superjack raised his form to a new level with a bold bid over C&D 18 days ago and a 2lb rise for that near miss looks fair. He's respected along with Miss Sligo, who went close over 1m2f here last week, and Clipsham Tiger, who looks interesting on his first go at this trip. However, it is hard to get away from Lisdarragh, who got off the mark when beating a clear second at Windsor on Saturday and escapes a penalty for that comfortable success.
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