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Tuesday, November 27 horse racing betting tips: Longsdon's 6/4 chance can keep Sedgefield rivals at Bay

Brian Healy 27 Nov 2018
Sedgefield is one of a trio of horse racing meetings going to post on Tuesday. (credit:Credit by bettingpro)

Brian Healy gives his race-by-race selections and best bets across Tuesday's UK and Irish horse racing meetings.

Another low-key Tuesday on the horse racing front where just three meetings head to post, and there is jumps racing from Sedgefield and Lingfield, while Southwell race on their fibresand surface with an all-weather fixture.

Southwell (flat, aw) - 12.10 - 3.40pm (8 races)
Sedgefield (jumps) - 12.50 - 3.20pm (6 races)
Lingfield (jumps) - 1.00 - 3.30pm (6 races)



(12.40) PRINCESS HARLEY (85/40, Unibet) remains a maiden after eleven starts, but the Dark Angel filly has shown a fair level of form on several occasions and may be able to get off the mark here.

Mick Quinn’s charge has made the frame in her last three starts, latterly finishing runner-up here earlier in the month when beaten around four lengths behind Kabrit. That winner was possibly ahead of his mark, and a repeat of that effort may be enough to see the three-year old open her account.

She appeared to take well to this surface in that run, and this doesn’t look a particularly strong race so no surprise if she goes close.

Southwell is one of three UK horse racing meetings going to post on Tuesday.

(1.40) BLISTERING DANCER (14/1, William Hill) has made the frame twice in five starts here, and the Moss Vale gelding can get back to winning ways.

It has been a while since Tony Carroll’s charge last tasted victory, with her last success coming at Thirsk more than two years ago; but she went close to snapping her lengthy losing streak when finding only a couple too good at Chelmsford last month behind Catheadans Fury.

He couldn’t back up that effort next time over the same course and distance, but the run may have come too soon and she has been given a short break; she could do better back on this surface with reapplied headgear, and in a weak race she can go close.

12.10 - Glasgon
12.40 - Princess Harley
1.10 - Little Choosey
1.40 - Blistering Dancer
2.10 - Lads Order
2.40 - Kingi Compton
3.10 - Mametz Wood
3.40 - Limerick Lord


(12.50) PATIENCE TONY (5/1, Unibet) hasn’t pulled up any trees in his hurdles starts to date, and he is perhaps more exposed than this field; but he is a bumper winner at this venue, and Lucinda Egerton’s charge can get off the mark over timber now.

The Windsor Knot gelding has shown more since switching to handicaps, most recently finishing just over two lengths’ third behind Helf at Market Rasen, keeping on well and pulling clear of the fourth horse home but ultimately no match for the winner.

That form has been boosted with the fifth horse home winning twice since, and returning from a break with a tongue-tie now applied he could find another jolt of improvement to strike from the same mark as that latest in-the-frame effort.

Charlie Longsdon has a rare runner at Sedgefield on Tuesday.

(1.50) None of this quartet can be labelled as reliable, but KILFINICHEN BAY (6/4, William Hill) has proven to be the most consistent, and the Westerner gelding can get back on the winning trail here.

Charlie Longsdon doesn’t send many runners to the Durham venue, and while his record here isn’t great with those he does send, he could leave with a winner, and the ten-year old arrives in good heart having won at Cartmel in July prior to making the frame in each of his next four starts.

The latest of those came at Wetherby earlier in the month when finishing third of five runners behind Fingeronthepulse. But he remains with scope having been dropped 1lb in the weights, and there’s a good chance he’ll be left alone up front so he could prove hard to catch.

12.20 - Show’s Over
12.50 - Patience Tony
1.20 - Glimpse Of Gold
1.50 - Kilfinichen Bay
2.20 - Theatre Legend
2.50 - Dr Dunraven
3.20 - Speedy Cargo


(1.00) Clondaw Anchor rates the one to beat on the back of his latest win, but it could be worth chancing Gary Moore’s ET MOI ALORS (3/1, Ladbrokes) who turns up here in receipt of 6lbs from the Skelton runner.

The Kap Rock gelding showed fair form last term in juvenie events, finishing runner-up at Stratford and then behing thrust into a Grade One at Aintree. He is forgiven his reapperarance run which came in heavy ground and a longer trip, and that combination of factors may have stretched him.

Better ground and a return to shorter look in his favor, and he can make the most of the weight he receives to get off the mark.

Lingfield are racing on Tuesday.

(2.00) AR MEST (6/1, Paddy Power) struck over course and distance back in February, beating Le Musee, and Gary Moore’s charge was yet to be seriously asked a question when falling at Sandown next time in a race won by Brainstorm.

The Diamond Boy gelding struggled to get competitive back there in a hot handicap contest, beating only one home behind Ballymoy; that race has thrown up several subsequent winners since. But he looked in need of the return behind Totterdown at Sandown on his return to action earlier in the month, and Gary Moore’s charge can strip fitter now.

This doesn’t look the strongest of races, and likely to come on for that return then he can post an improved performance here to get back on the scoresheet back at the scene of his sole career win.

12.30 - El Kaldoun
1.00 - Et Moi Alors
1.30 - Miss Yeats
2.00 - Ar Mest
2.30 - Diplomate Sivola
3.00 - Duhallow Gessture
3.30 - Belle Amis

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Tuesday, November 27 horse racing betting tips: Longsdon's 6/4 chance can keep Sedgefield rivals at Bay

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