AP McCoy continued his sensational early season form with a four-timer at Worcester yesterday evening and the perennial champion will look to enhance his lead at the top of the jockeys' championship at Fontwell Park this afternoon and Marju's Quest will look to kick-start his day with a winner in the 32Red Casino Novices' Handicap Hurdle at 2:10pm.
Accessallareas will prove a popular McCoy mount in the 2:40pm and will be a red-hot favourite for the 500 Permanent Money Backs At Choicebet.net Handicap Chase at 3:15pm, whilst Jim Best's Crannaghmore Boy will be another strong jolly for McCoy in the 10 Free Bet At 32Red Sport Handicap Chase at 4:50pm.
Stratford will provide some more national hunt action this afternoon and Ian Williams's Drumlang is going in search of a hat-trick of wins when lining up in the Golden Wedding Handicap Chase at 2:50pm, but the likes of Ulis De Vassy and No Likey will be notable adversaries.
Ffos Las will host the solitary afternoon Flat fixture and Ed Dunlop's progressive Taqneen will be one of the primary players in a competitive renewal of the Walters Land Rogerstone Handicap at 4:05pm, whilst Brian Ellison's William Hogarth is likely to go off at short odds for the Neal Soil Suppliers Handicap at 4:35pm.
Bellewstown will kick off the early evening racing with a seven race card kicking off at 4:15pm, whilst Tipperary will offer more action in Ireland, with Lingfield Park and Hamilton Park completing what is a pretty busy day for punters to enjoy.
Leath Acra Mor (2pts Win) - Fontwell Park 15:45pm
We will be aiming to continue our winning ways after some decent winners over the last couple of months.
The final Classic of the season will take place at Doncaster on September 13 as the Ladbrokes St Leger will see a host of star three-year-old stayers do battle for glory on Town Moor and Investec Derby runner-up Kingston Hill currently heads the betting for the showpiece, in what is a wide open betting heat for punters to get stuck into.
Sandown Park will host a cracking card on Saturday and the feature is the Solario Stakes which can often produce an exciting juvenile to etch into the notebook, as was shown 12 months ago when John Gosden's superstar Kingman bagged glory in the 7f 16y contest.
A genuine 2000 Guineas contender could emerge from the contest which down the years has seen a host of notable winners and this year's renewal is sure to be a cracking contest for what should be an informative event.
Not one three-year-old has propelled to the top of the tree in terms of being a potential challenger for the Ladbrokes St Leger on September 13 and there will be a host of exciting talents heading to Doncaster next month for what should be a wide open renewal of the final Classic of the season.
Kingston Hill was a fine second in the Derby and relishes a trip and could be a primary contender, whilst the likes of John Gosden's Romsdal and Royal Ascot winner Hartnell are another brace in the higher echelons of the ante-post betting.
Our resident tipster Steve Chambo will be filtering through the form guides to gain those all-important winners, whilst racing presenter Tom Lee's Horse Racing Tips will be a regular addition to the tipping zone.
So, keep in touch with our tips section, as there is often a selection for the major races as they come along and they could be worth following.Horse Racing Tips
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