THERE is something for everyone on Wednesday, with three turf meetings, one over the jumps and an evening all-weather fixture.

The Sun Racing team have studied the form to find you the best bets and each-way selections for each race meeting across the country.

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Best bet

4.30 Reveleon – Made a winning start to life with Mick Appleby at Nottingham, seeing out the 1m2f trip gamely. Could improve further for the step up to 1m4f.


3.30 Raselasad – Hasn’t been running badly in defeat of late. The return to 7f looks a good move and he could get an easy lead from his handy draw.

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Best bet

4.40 Braes Of Lochalsh – Bumped into a very well-handicapped winner in a tactical race at Ayr last time. Should get a better gallop to aim at in this slightly weaker race.


4.10 Valkenberg – Hinted at ability in four outings in Ireland for Willie McCreery. Having his first start for the excellent Keith Dalgleish today, so no surprise to see some improvement.


Best bet

3.50 Secret Agent – Relished the return to slower ground when getting his head back in front at Nottingham last time. Up 5lb but this is a weak race and he should be hard to beat.


2.20 Cruck Railie – Not without promise in her six starts so far. Yard is in decent form and the fitting of a first-time visor could spark a big effort.


Best bet

6.55 Awalii – Caught the eye when fifth on debut at Chelmsford last month. Drop back to 7f should suit and Silvestre De Sousa takes over in the saddle.


6.25 Running Cloud – Rare poor effort at Windsor last time. The form of that contest looks solid, though, and he would hold a good chance if bouncing back now returned to the all-weather.


Best bet

5.15 Above Board – Ran a good third on his return from a break at Bangor last time out. Has always been held in high regard by his trainer and this galloping track will suit.


6.15 Wicked Spice – Stopped quickly at Perth when last sighted after a mistake. Has been given some time off and returns to action on a very dangerous mark.

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