Wednesday tipping: our team of specialists give their best bets of the day
Returns to the all-weather off a career-low mark and looks interesting on his course and distance form last September when runner-up off 3lb higher in a better grade.
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Has been ready to make his seasonal debut for some time but has proved unlucky with the firm ground. Peter Chapple-Hyam's runner is fit from work on the Al Bahathri.
Wentworth Falls(4.40 Thirsk)
Was checked at a crucial stage in a valuable handicap at York last Saturday, but ran on nicely to finishfifth. Theseven-year-old has run well at Thirsk previously and gets a chance to atone.
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Made steady progress last term scoring onsix occasions. A dual course and distance winner he can make a successful seasonal return.
Lever Du Soleil(3.00 Musselburgh)
Mark is fair and if he can transfer his subsequent hurdling improvement back to the Flat there's plenty of potential in his rating.
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Beckwith Place(6.30 Bellewstown)
Successful over thistrip at Leopardstown last month, the Tracey Collins-trained four-year-old is 4lb higher here but can follow up under 5lb claimer Andrew Slattery.
Placed on his last two visits to this track, he is on a career low mark, and could run well at an each-way price.
Must-have stat of the day
Our Lordhas figures of 1113 in 5f handicaps at Bath (+£7.50 to £1 stakes). The seven-year-old is now 10lb below his last winning mark and returns to the track at 6.40, with Cieren Fallon booked.
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