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Andrew Bladen's daily racing tip

By David Banner | Grassroots | Published: | Last Updated:

Tipster Andrew Bladen offers his hint of the day.

Get the latest tip here.

Over the course of the week, Andrew will be offering his selection for the upcoming days of racing, take a look at his daily offerings to see whether you could pocket some cash.

Monday February 5th

6.15 Wolverhampton Arcanada

Tom Dascombe's five year old has taken well to the all weather, winning his last two races at Lingfield with the aid of cheekpieces.

He beat Gabrial on his recent start and can repeat the dose here.

Tuesday February 6th

1.50 Market Rasen Oistrakh Le Noir

Wednesday February 7th

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3.05 Fakenham Red Indian

Ben Pauling's charge is progressing with every race and produced a career best to finish third to William Henry in a valuable contest at Kempton last month.

This is a step back to calmer waters and despite carrying top weight he should have too much class for this opposition and can get back to winning ways.

Thursday February 8th

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2.55 Towcester Red Indian

Following Fakenham's abandonment on Wednesday Ben Pauling's charge runs here and he is progressing with every race and produced a career best to finish third to William Henry in a valuable contest at Kempton last month.

This is a step back to calmer waters and despite carrying top weight he should have too much class for this opposition and can get back to winning ways.

Friday February 9th

1.40 Bangor Ron's Dream

Formerly a smart staying hurdler, Peter Bowen's mare performed much better on her second outing over fences when second to Ramses De Teillee at Chepstow three weeks ago than she had on her previous attempt and receiving weight from her two credible opponents here, she should have enough in the tank to win her first chase.

Saturday February 10th

3.15 Warwick Kylemore Lough

Since switching to Harry Fry's yard this season, this nine year old was pulled up when favourite for the BetVictor Gold Cup at Cheltenham before finishing third to the useful Un De Sceaux at Ascot last time.

He has come down the weights and dropped in class here and may be good enough to concede weight all round to these lesser rivals.

Sunday February 11th

3.35 Exeter Fletchers Flyer

This ten year old has been flying in better company than this lately without success but the handicapper has given him a chance here off a mark he has won off in the past.

There are no progressive types in this veterans race and he can get back to winning ways here.

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