David Pipe and AP McCoy will team up at Chepstow this afternoon with the hat-trick-seeking Barton Stacey in what looks an ultra-competitive renewal of the Chepstow Racecourse Saved My Life Novices' Limited Handicap Chase at 3:40pm, but the Pond House inmate will face some notable rivals.
Martin Keighley's Creepy was Grade Two winner over hurdles and will now look to make a bang in the chasing world, whilst Ian Williams's Hollow Tree is another that catches the eye along with the top-weighted Carole's Destrier in a cracking contest.
Elsewhere on the Welsh card, Lawney Hill's Take A Bow will be another aiming to carry top weight to victory when looking for back-to-back wins in the Unibet Champions League Injury Time Moneyback Handicap Hurdle at 2:30pm, whilst Tim Vaughan's Kalimantan will be the one to beat in the Get Free Bets At BookiesOffers Handicap Hurdle at 4:15pm.
Sedgefield will provide some alternative national hunt action and Rose Dobbin's Everylasting and Nicky Richards's Peachey Moment will fight it out for victory in the Sports Domes Seaton Carew Handicap Chase at 3:25pm, with Donald McCain's Mr Burgees aiming for a three-timer in the Bellevue Social Club Hartlepool Novices' Hurdle at 4:00pm.
Ayr will host a Flat card that kicks off at 2:10pm, with Fairyhouse offering the solitary Irish racing on a busy Tuesday, as Wolverhampton will round off the day with an all-weather fixture that gets under way at 5:50pm and goes through until 8:20pm.
Creepy (2pts Win) - Chepstow 15:40
We will be aiming to continue our winning ways after some decent winners over the last couple of months.
The Flat will continue to draw to a close in October and the British Champions Day will see a host of elite races take place with some of the leading stars do battle for glory in the likes of Champion Stakes and the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes at Ascot on October 18.
A host of elite fillies and mares will head to Newmarket on Saturday afternoon as the Group One Sun Chariot Stakes will take centre stage and Andre Fabre's Fintry will is one of the standout entries for what is always a mouth-watering contest at Flat HQ.
Sky Lantern got the better of Integral in last year's running and that pair could clash again, whilst Miss France and Esoterique are just another top notch duo who could take their chance in the valuable 1m prize taking place on Saturday afternoon.
John Gosden will attempt to bag Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe glory on Sunday as Taghrooda aims to land the prestigious French prize, but a whole array of star talent will make the trip to Longchamp for what will be an epic renewal of Europe's elite Flat race
Avenir Certain will be one of the home battalion bidding for glory, whilst the likes of Ectot and Just A Way will bid for glory in what will be a stunning spectacle for the world of racing to enjoy on a cracking card from the legendary racecourse in Paris.
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.
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