There’s jumps racing in Britain and Ireland on Sunday, with meetings in Navan, Exeter and Uttoxeter.

We have tips for the three meetings, below.

Remember, the selections at the top are sorted by time order, and are based on our computerised ratings. They show a good profit in the place only or each way markets over longer periods, because they will deliver placed and winning horses at long prices, but not with a hugely high strike rate. Don’t expect a string of 4/6 winners – more likely a winner or two at 10/1+ or 5 out of 6 selections making the frame at a meeting.

The Top 4 Tips (Naps) which are shown at the bottom are where we’ve applied filters against today’s best rated, to sort the top four in order we feel they are most likely to come out on top today.

Good luck if you are going racing on Sunday.

Today’s Racing Tips  – Sunday 26 November 2017

CourseTimeOur TipRace TypeDist
NAVAN12:35 PMLE HACHETTE (IRE)National Hunt Hurdle2m
EXETER12:55 PMTACTICAL MANOEUVRE (IRE)National Hunt Hurdle Handicap2m5f135y
NAVAN1:05 PMJETZ (IRE)National Hunt Hurdle2m4f
UTTOXETER1:15 PMWOOLSTONE ONE (GB)National Hunt Hurdle1m7f168y
EXETER1:25 PMAYLA’S EMPEROR (GB)National Hunt Hurdle Handicap2m7f25y
NAVAN1:35 PMEDIFICATION (GB)National Hunt Hurdle Handicap2m
UTTOXETER1:45 PMPENNYWELL (IRE)National Hunt Hurdle Handicap2m7f70y
EXETER1:55 PMSWINCOMBE SCORCHIO (GB)National Hunt Chase Handicap3m54y
NAVAN2:05 PMLE MARTALIN (FR)National Hunt Chase2m1f
UTTOXETER2:15 PMZEPHROS BLEU (IRE)National Hunt Chase Handicap3m2f13y
EXETER2:25 PMFLINTHAM (GB)National Hunt Chase3m54y
NAVAN2:35 PMPOORMANS HILL (IRE)National Hunt Chase Handicap3m
UTTOXETER2:45 PMKRIS SPIN (IRE)National Hunt Hurdle Handicap2m7f70y
EXETER2:55 PMUBALTIQUE (FR)National Hunt Chase Handicap2m1f109y
NAVAN3:05 PMGLENLOE (IRE)National Hunt Hurdle Handicap2m6f140y
UTTOXETER3:15 PMCAPTAIN SHARPE (GB)National Hunt Chase Handicap2m4f
EXETER3:25 PMHARBOUR FORCE (FR)National Hunt Hurdle2m175y
NAVAN3:35 PMMOONLIGHT ESCAPE (IRE)National Hunt Flat Race (Bumper)2m
UTTOXETER3:45 PMONE FORTY SEVEN (IRE)National Hunt Hurdle Handicap2m3f207y
EXETER3:55 PMCOLLODI (GER)National Hunt Hurdle Handicap2m175y

Top 4 Tips – Naps for Sunday

CourseTimeOur TipRace TypeDist
NAVAN1:35 PMEDIFICATION (GB)National Hunt Hurdle Handicap2m
UTTOXETER2:15 PMZEPHROS BLEU (IRE)National Hunt Chase Handicap3m2f13y
EXETER12:55 PMTACTICAL MANOEUVRE (IRE)National Hunt Hurdle Handicap2m5f135y
UTTOXETER1:45 PMPENNYWELL (IRE)National Hunt Hurdle Handicap2m7f70y

Our top tip for Sunday is a great little each way bet in the 1.35 at Navan, where we like the Robbie McNamara trained Edification, who makes his handicap bow under the impressive jockey Robbie Power. This one is trading at prices in the region of 20/1, but would not need to be a world beater to take what looks an ordinary handicap on paper.

We like the form of this one’s second maiden hurdle, where, having led them round, didn’t quite stay on, but was beaten under two lengths into fourth. As a result of reaching the end of his tether, our stopwatch got a good read on this one’s level, and the opening handicap mark seems to be more than fair as a result. Entitled to be a little fitter for a couple of flat runs (one good, one not so good) if this one puts his best foot forward today, is a strong each-way bet.

Our next best for Sunday is Zephros Bleu. If this one gets back to the form shown when winning at Ffos Las in the middle of a pretty light campaign last season, has the talent to lift this relatively shallow Hanicap Chase. Is entitled to strip fitter after a comeback run down the field at this track a month ago, and interesting that connections have added another couple of furlongs, though the way this one stayed on and won easing down over just shy of three miles, suggests another quarter mile should be, if anything, of benefit.

Zephros Bleu is trained by Harry Whittington and will be ridden today by Harry Bannister at a price of 5/2. Has been backed during Sunday morning.

 

Published by Robin Scott

Software developer, Robin Scott helps to run the Little Blue Pen website, in order to publish the product of two decades worth of software driven UK & Irish racehorse ratings.

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