Horse Racing Tips: Timeform take us through the Tuesday Doncaster card

Timeform take us through all their tips for the races at Doncaster on Tuesday.

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12:05 – Immortal Fame 

IMMORTAL FAME showed much improved form to get off the mark on his handicap debut at Uttoxeter last month, steadily asserting on the run-in to win by six and a half lengths in comfortable fashion. He seemed to relish the step up to two and a half miles and his strength at the finish suggests going up to three miles won’t be an issue either. With further improvement on the cards, he is fancied to defy a 9 lb rise in the weights to follow up.

12.35 – Lily Glitters

LILY GLITTERS produced a career best in a first-time visor to open her account at Hereford in November, keeping going well to land the spoils by over a length. That was probably just an ordinary race, but the same comment applies here and Lily Glitters could still be ahead of the handicapper from a BHA mark of 94. She looks sure to go well again for Henry Daly, who has his team in top form at present (five winners and seven seconds from his last 22 runners).

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13:05 – Wonderwall

WONDERWALL shaped with plenty of promise when second on his hurdling debut at Newbury last month, passing the post a little over two lengths behind the winner and looking unlucky not to finish closer still after a mistake at the last. That form puts him right in the mix here and he is sure to improve with the experience under his belt. A useful performer in bumpers last season, he rates a solid selection to get off the mark over hurdles at the second attempt.

13:40 – Champagnesuperover

CHAMPAGNESUPEROVER stepped up on the form of his chasing debut when third at Exeter last time, sticking to his task well to be beaten a little over two lengths. The runner-up gave that form a boost when going one place better on his next start and Champagnesuperover may yet have more to offer now making the switch to handicaps. An opening BHA mark of 133 looks workable and there must be every chance he can play a leading role in the finish.

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14:15 – Raymond Tusk

RAYMOND TUSK offered plenty to work on when filling the runner-up spot on his latest outing over hurdles at Newbury, proving no match for the impressive winner but still showing fairly useful form to emerge as comfortably the pick of the rest. A smart horse on the Flat earlier in his career, he should be capable of winning races over jumps and this looks an excellent opportunity for him to open his account judged on Timeform’s weight-adjusted ratings.

14:50 – On Call 

ON CALL proved better than ever when registering his second victory in a row at Chepstow in November, making all to win by seven and a half lengths with plenty in hand. Admittedly, he was well below that form when pulled up at Exeter last time, but it’s worth putting a line through that run, simply looking a non-stayer on his first try over a marathon trip. He is back down in distance today and it will be no surprise if he picks up where he left off at Chepstow with another big run.

15:20 – Glencassley

GLENCASSLEY won his first two starts over hurdles before stepping up in class for a Grade 2 at Cheltenham. That ultimately proved a bridge too far, failing to make an impact against some useful rivals, and he fared little better when down the field on his handicap debut at Ascot last month. However, it’s far too soon to be writing him off given the promising start he made to his career, with the drop in trip here likely to help in a race where plenty of rivals have questions to answer.

15:50 – Hurricane Le Dun

HURRICANE LE DUN is by a leading jumps stallion in the shape of Doctor Dino (sire of Sharjah and Sceau Royal) and he clearly looks the part as well having been bought for £50,000 as a three-year-old. Those with previous experience in this bumper set just a fair standard, so it will be interesting to see whether the market speaks in favour of the newcomer Hurricane le Dun, whose trainer Nicky Henderson has a 22% strike rate in bumpers at around this trip in recent years.

Doncaster Tips

12:05 – Immortal Fame
12:35 – Lily Glitters
13:05 – Wonderwall
13:40 – Champagnesuperover
14:15 -Raymond Tusk
14:50 – On Call
15:20 – Glencassley
15:50 – Hurricane Le Dun

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