Tuesday's free racing tips: our experts share their best selections
Glamorous Rocket(1.40 Brighton)
Best performance of the year last time out when runner-up in a better race at Windsor. Will take all the beating if reproducing that effort.
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John Gosden's three-year-old has been gelded since his last outing in the spring but is fit from some sterling work on the Al Bahathri of late.
Sir Titan(7.25 Yarmouth)
Has dropped 4lb below his last winning mark and a change of tactics last time at Newmarket, where he was held up, brought about improvement. A similar strategy can pay dividends.
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Amber Island(5.25 Yarmouth)
Finished an encouraging third on her Newmarket introduction over seven furlongs recently and should appreciate this step up to a mile.
Stable going great guns and Knowing opened his account in 1m2f handicap here (good to form) in good style three weeks ago. Up 3lb but this longer trip will suit and he has good prospects of following up.
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Global Agreement(2.10 Brighton)
Third on debut at 33-1 over course and distance 11 days agobehind Malvern, who is entered at York this week. Has a good pedigree and improvement is likely.
Classic Concorde(7.45 Sligo)
Andrew McNamara and Dillon Maxwell have been combining to good effect lately and thiseasy Kilbeggan winner is better than his latest dismal Limerick effort suggests.
Must-have stat of the day
Esspeegeeis 3-3 when running at Brighton (+£15.00 to £1 level stakes), compared to a 0-14 record elsewhere on turf. The Alan Bailey-trained six-year-old returns to the East Sussex track for the first time in over a year in a first-time visor at 3.40.
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