Today's Horse Racing Tips | Tuesday 28th March 2017

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Southwell - Tuesday 28th March 2017

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  • 14:10 - Visit Handicap Chase

    It is hard to oppose the in-form DUHALLOWCOUNTRY, who merited his win at Sedgefield earlier in the month as it followed a series of fine efforts in defeat. The veteran has only been raised 1lb in the ratings for that effort and he is clearly the one to beat. It was only a selling hurdle that The Wexfordian finished second in over 2m here last time out but that proved that he may be at his best over the minimum trip. Miss Conway arrives here with questions to answer but her form from the beginning of this season gives her a chance.

  • 14:40 - Handicap Chase

    FLY HOME HARRY was clearly not at his best when well beaten at Leicester on his most recent start but he had won back-to-back events over this C&D in November and it is too soon to be writing him off. Dawnieriver is another who put together a sequence of victories earlier in the campaign and she should find this race easier than the event she contested at Cheltenham last time out. Azert De Coeur is another to note in an open event.

  • 15:10 - Novices' Hurdle

    FATTSOTA was beaten at odds of 1-4 when last seen over hurdles but this former high-class Flat performer can be given another chance in a race where he clearly brings the best form to the table. Snow Castle showed some promise in bumpers and he should improve for going over hurdles, while Hardrock Davis would have each-way claims based upon his fifth at Towcester back in May last year.

  • 15:40 - Handicap Hurdle

    TWIST ON GINGE showed enough on his handicap debut at Warwick last month to suggest that he can win off this kind of mark and a 1lb drop down to 111 coupled with the booking of the in-form Sam Twiston-Davies for the first time can help him get off the mark. A drop to a shorter trip will also help the five-year-old and he can get the better of Fifty Bob, who wears first-time cheekpieces for Kim Bailey. He previously looked progressive before unseating at the last when having little chance of winning at Huntingdon 23 days ago. Boher Lad looks best of the remainder.

  • 16:10 - Mares' Novices' Hurdle

    MARIAH'S LEGEND took a backwards step at Doncaster last time out with a laboured display but it was a good race and she probably didn't run to her true rating. A return to this lesser company should see her go well and the form of her earlier maiden victory at Huntingdon looks strong. She has a penalty once more but could be too good for the likes of Goodgirlteresa, who makes her stable debut for Neil Mulholland, and Ballela Magic, who ran well when third last time and looks sure to have a future at this level and beyond. Brillare Momento looks best of the remainder.

  • 16:40 - Hands And Heels Handicap Hurdle (Conditional Jockeys' And Amateur Riders' Race)

    RIDDLESTOWN is 10lb higher than his course victory in February but still has a great chance to land another victory off top weight and rarely lets down his supporters here at Rolleston. Champion Chase was keeping on well towards the end at Lingfield over 2m and the step up in trip on his first try in handicap company is an interesting one in the hands of talented conditional Tom Humphries, who picks up a rare outside ride. Sauvignon was second over course and distance latest and must be seen as a big danger to all.

  • 17:10 - Standard Open NH Flat Race

    Plenty of racecourse debutants who can make a winning start to their careers here with ROYAL RUBY perhaps the one to side with representing the powerful Nicky Henderson operation. Closely related to the Queen's former talented chaser, Barbers Shop, and bred and owned by Rita Brown whose Maestro Royal scored at Newbury on Friday, he is definitely one to note. Cabaret Queen is a former point winner and also one to watch on his first start for Dan Skelton, while Chesterman represents Mr Trevor Hemmings and looks one who could have a bright future.

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