Horse Racing Tips: Timeform’s best bets for Tuesday at Hamilton

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

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*All prices are bang up to date with our snazzy widgets, while odds in copy are accurate at time of publishing but subject to change

13:15 Lord Sams Castle

LORD SAM’S CASTLE was unfancied in the betting ahead of his debut this month, but he showed plenty of ability to finish a neck second to another promising newcomer over course and distance. He lacked the pace of the winner at first, but he grew into the race nicely, doing all of his best work at the finish, and he seems sure to be sharper for that initial experience. Catch The Paddy, who seems sure to be winning races himself before too long, is feared most. 

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13:45 Shaladar

SHALADAR had improved with each start this season and took another step forward when opening his account up in trip over course and distance earlier this month, appearing to relish the extra emphasis on stamina and pulling clear of the remainder with another well-handicapped sort. A subsequent 4 lb rise looks more than fair and he may have more to offer at this distance. May Punch should give it another good go, while Head Chef is dangerous on his Ripon form.

14:15 Frisky

FRISKY is a lightly-raced maiden who showed improved form on his second start for this yard when runner-up to a potentially smart type at Bath last time. The winner was in a different league that day, but Frisky beat the rest comfortably, and a similar performance should suffice in what looks a weak novice race. Phoenix Beach may do better still and is considered the main threat, ahead of newcomer One More Dream.

14:45 Sip and Smile

SIP AND SMILE won his first two starts on the all-weather earlier this year and landed a gamble when resuming winning ways at Doncaster last month, headed in the final furlong but displaying a good attitude to fight back. He has since shaped well in a couple of strong handicaps a Sandown and Doncaster and he remains of interest now getting weight from his elders. Recent Haydock scorer Fame And Acclaim can give another good account, while Ghaly requires a close look in the betting returning from a long absence.

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15:15 Madame Ambassador

MADAME AMBASSADOR’s sole win came in a nursery last season from a 6 lb lower mark and she has been very consistent since. She stayed the longer trip well when finishing third at Goodwood 11 days ago in a race which was run in a good time, so she is narrowly preferred to Charles St, who remains with few miles on the clock and can ensure the three-year-olds dominate. 

15:50 Ballyconneely Bay

BALLYCONNEELY BAY just ran out of steam in the closing stages when second over course and distance earlier this month and is taken to build on that comeback run and go one better now on his second start since undergoing a breathing operation. Kats Bob knows where the winning post is here and heads the dangers along with Jordan Electrics, who has been knocking on the door in recent starts and can continue to go well. 

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16:25 Mokaman

MOKAMAN has bounced back to form the last twice, edged out only late on when runner-up over course and distance last week, and he will remain of interest at this level now 1 lb lower in the weights and with the blinkers back on. Refuge won over course and distance three weeks ago and must go well under William Buick, with Shesadabber another to consider.

Timeform Hamilton racing tips:

13:15 Lord Sams Castle
13:45 Shaladar
14:15 Frisky
14:45 Sip and Smile
15:15 Madame Ambassador
15:50 Ballyconneely Bay
16:25 Mokaman

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