THERE is something for everyone on Tuesday, with four cards in the UK offering plenty of opportunities.
There is Flat action at Pontefract, Brighton and Wolverhampton and jumping at Uttoxeter, so take a chance on a few longshots.
It could pay handsomely to stick with Richard Fahey’s KHELMAN (3.45 Wolverhampton).
The gelding has been short of his best recently, but he will appreciate the return to 7f this afternoon.
A once useful performer, he has dropped to a very tempting mark of 70 and is ridden by talented claimer Sebastian Woods.
He is eased in class today and has popped up at a decent price before.
Three Longshots to fill your boots
3.45 Wolverhampton – Khelman: ‘On a good mark and step back up in trip is in his favour’ (add to your betslip)
4.15 Wolverhampton – Konigin: ‘Well-bred filly is expected to perform much better with debut behind her’ (add to your betslip)
4.30 Pontefract – Archie Perkins: ‘Should come on for reappearance and return to a mile will suit’ (add to your betslip)
In the following race, much better is expected from KONIGIN (4.15) on his second racecourse start.
Luca Cumani’s filly is bred to be smart, being from the family of Classic winner Milan.
She was far too green for her own good on her debut when finishing seventh at Salisbury, but that effort wasn’t without promise.
Her master trainer is sure to have her tuned up for this contest and she has been found a weak-looking race.
ARCHIE PERKINS (4.30 Pontefract) is forgiven his flop at Redcar on his reappearance.
Nigel Tinkler’s three-year-old ended last season in cracking form but shaped as though he was badly in need of the outing last time.
The step back up to a mile is in his favour, and he looks on a favourable mark judged on his all-weather form.
Lewis Edmunds takes off a handy 3lbs and this race won’t take a great deal of winning.