There are four meetings across Britain and Ireland on Tuesday and Racing Post tipster Graeme Rodway is back with his two best bets from the cards at Ayr and Lingfield.
Fia Fuinidh will be popular in the 2m1/2f handicap chase (2.15) at Ayr on his first start after wind surgery.
However, he was readily brushed aside by the reopposing Ardera Cross over course and distance last time and it’s tough to believe that that form will be good enough. Ardera Cross is an exposed 13-year-old.
The best bet is surely NETYWELL, who recorded a big career-best Racing Post Rating when running away with a heavy ground chase over this trip at Haydock last time and still looks open to plenty of further progress for the Lucinda Russell team that is coming back to form.
Netywell beat only three rivals that day, but it was a valuable event of its type and he went through the race like a class act, coming clear without needing to be asked to win as he liked.
He has gone up 7lb in the weights to a career-high BHA mark, but this ground suits him well and he is a course-and-distance winner, so there is no doubt the return to this track is a plus.
Patrick Wadge, who rode last time, is back in the saddle claiming 3lb and there is every chance that Netywell can follow up his Haydock success in what might be an easier race.
The 3m5f handicap chase (3.00) is the feature at Lingfield and the interesting one here is JUBILEE EXPRESS, who appears to be getting his act together over fences for Sam Thomas.
The seven-year-old had some useful form as a novice over hurdles last season, including when beaten only two and three-quarter lengths into second by Broadway Boy at Market Rasen in March.
He was getting just 1lb off that rival, who is now rated 150 over fences.
A reproduction of that hurdles form in this chase will make Jubilee Express extremely difficult to beat off a mark of just 117 and he ran his best race over fences last time out.
Jubilee Express was wearing first-time cheekpieces on that occasion and kept on strongly to take third up Exeter’s stiff finish over 3m.
That suggested that he will be better suited by a stiffer test of stamina and he could improve significantly now when trying these extra five furlongs.
The form has worked out well, with winner Top Of The Bill successful next time at Exeter off a 7lb higher mark and runner-up, Run To Milan, having finished second again on his next start.
Jubilee Express may therefore be well treated off a 1lb lower mark and soft going suits.
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