Best horse racing tips for today's action at Bangor, Kelso, Lingfield and Newbury from Tom Bull

Best horse racing tips for today's action at Bangor, Kelso, Lingfield and Newbury from Tom Bull

March 22, 2019

AS far as Saturday fare goes, this is pretty far down the list.

That said, there are still some tasty wagers to be had and I've got my eye on a few crackers around the country.


2.15 Tigeralley – Won very easily last time out at Uttoxeter in bottomless ground and an 8lb rise looks about right.

Taking William Marshall's 10lb claim into account he's actually now running off 2lb lower and he looks a handicap snip.

Provided his inexperienced jock can nudge him in the right direction, he should take care of these.

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4.10 Alizee De Janeiro – Very consistent sort has excelled of late and beat a good yardstick last time out.

He's been raised 5lb but is a scopey individual and should be capable of carrying top weight.

Derek Fox is a master around Kelso and he shouldn't be discounted.


3.10 Executive Force – Five-year-old is going from strength to strength and was awarded the race last time out when very unlucky in the run.

Some of his best form has come at Chelmsford but he looks an improved performer now and should be able to cope with the tighter track.

The strong traveller can continue to defy the handicapper with another win here.

Bully's Saturday Bankers

Bangor 2.15 – Tigeralley

Lingfield 3.10 – Executive Force

Newbury 3.50 – Gala Ball

Kelso 4.10 – Alizee De Janiero

Kempton 7.00 – Nooshin



3.50 Gala Ball – Philip Hobbs' nine-year-old produced a fine return when second last time out.

He should strip a lot fitter this time around and this is a weaker contest.

Been raised 3lb but should be able to account for that and the trainer is in great form.


7.00 Nooshin – Exciting filly produced a promising debut at the track back in November when finishing third in a similar race.

Sent off at 33-1, she clearly wasn't expected to do a lot but finished well from midfield.

With normal improvement she should be a tough nut to crack here.


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