We’ve selected four best bets for Tuesday, which are detailed below.
There’s an afternoon of flat all weather racing on the tapeta at Wolverhampton on Tuesday. Tips for each race are below.
There’s an evening card of flat racing at Sligo in Ireland on Tuesday. We’ve tips for each of the races, below.
There’s an afternoon of flat racing at Nottingham Racecourse on Tuesday. Our tips are below.
There’s an evening card of National Hunt racing at Huntingdon on Tuesday. We’ve a tip for each of the seven races, below.
Tips for all Tuesday’s races at Hexham are below.
There’s a card of 7 flat turf races at Brighton on Tuesday. Tips for every race are below.
There’s racing up and down the UK today, and nothing in Ireland. Below is a selection of top tips for Monday’s racing – our Naps for today – which is slightly different (but the same selections) as those selected at the individual courses.
It’s May, and it’s Monday, which can mean only 1 thing – evening racing at Windsor. There’s a card of six races on the figure-of-eight track this Monday night. We’ve got a tip for every race, and one NAP for the card.
There’s an afternoon of flat horse racing at the North East’s seaside course, Redcar Races, where a card of eight races will begin at 2pm. There’s a tip for every race and one NAP, below.
Tips for Today
If you’re looking for today’s tips, then bookmark this page, because here is where they will be listed, with the most recently added information at the top.
Why do they call them Tips?
Ever wondered why they are called tips? Well, it appears the word comes from the same as when you give a small gift of money to a waiter or taxi driver. And that does make some sense – you’re being given the small gift of some racing information. Its not the same thing as money, obviously, but this is really likely to be where the phrase comes from.
Why to they call them naps?
Okay, so that’s why tips is tips, but what the actual f&*% does “nap” mean?!
Well, it usually means to take a short sleep, so this doesn’t make much sense, now, does it! But, actually, its thought to have derived from the shortening of a card game called Napoleon, in 19th Century English.
A card game would make more sense to become a piece of gambling terminology.
Whatever the case may be, a nap, for us, means the horse we tip “the most” or the best chance on the day. If you see us using the word “nap” we’re probably not talking about a sleeping horse.
Money for nothing and your tips for free…
Tips are completely free, and we post tips for each course, and also one comprehensive time-sorted tipping post too, which details four Naps of the Day, every day when racing is happening in the UK and Ireland.
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Finding today’s tips
HANDY HINT – today’s racing naps can be found in the “Today’s Racing Tips” post every day… open that one up, scroll to the bottom, and boom – four naps, every day. So, if you’re looking for the nap of the day, then scroll down, find today’s tips and naps posting, open that up, and scroll to the bottom “top 4 tips” section. This list is sorted by the strongest to the weakest. The horse at the top is the Nap of the Day. Simple?!