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Each and every day of the racing year we bring you a bumper NAPs Table to give you the inside scoop on all the plays you’ll need that day.
Don’t know what a NAPs Table is? We’ll tell you! It’s an independently run competition involving the cream of the British and Irish racing press whose positions in the table are based on their profits to Level Stakes. And just like all sports competitions worldwide, those doing best are towards the top of the table.
So, we decided to put that golden guide to the test and use it to steer you towards what could be a savvy Lucky 15 (4 horses, 15 bets) today. The four you’ll see below are the selections of some of the top-performing tipsters in the Table. Let’s get to the picks…
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Won the novice hurdle on this card on his reappearance 12 months ago (2m4f, soft) and added another novice hurdle win at Ffos Las (2m4f, good) in April. Harpers Brook he was a comfortable winner of his sole point start in 2020 (2m4f, soft) and could be a useful prospect for fences.
Keen-goer who was fairly useful at his best on the Flat; beat Age Of Sail to make winning hurdling debut at Kempton (2m, good) a fortnight ago, where Tom Cannon initially tried to settle him in rear but allowed him to pull his way into a prominent position before halfway; features prominently in our calculations and should make a go of it here.
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GOOD RISK AT ALL could be set for a productive season and is a stand-out danger The two-time Listed bumper winner who improved with experience during last season’s novice hurdle campaign, winning a handicap at Ascot (2m3f, soft) by 9l in February; below par in Grade 1 novice at Aintree when last seen but retains potential and is respected in a first-time tongue-tie.
Only seven runners but this is an open-looking race. Perhaps OPTIONAL MIX can step up a place after going very close at Limerick last Sunday. Much better chaser than hurdler and holds a leading chance after neck second at Limerick last Sunday on only her second run after a break; second in a Listowel novice event was a promising return to action.
Sunday’s Lucky 15 tips:
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