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DAILY LUCKY 15: Tuesday’s Best Bets | Lingfield & Ballinrobe

Our four best selections for Tuesday’s cards at Ballinrobe and Lingfield

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RYF281 Keith Donoghue celebrates winning the Glenfarclas Chase aboard Tiger Roll during Ladies Day of the 2019 Cheltenham Festival at Cheltenham Racecourse.

Tuesday’s Lucky 15 for the cards at Lingfield and Ballinrobe is now LIVE!

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Yesterday proved a difficult day for punting but we’ve selected our four best bets who can do the business later this afternoon.

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Ballinrobe hosts eight further contests after Monday’s fixture
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Coastal World: 5:15pm – Won a point-to-point at Lismore last March and was not disgraced in a bumper on his only run for Peter Fahey. He was a tad disappointing on his first start over timber for Ciaran Murphy but given his form between the flags, a step up in trip can work the oracle and Conor Orr takes 3lbs off his back.

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Forrard Away: 7:15pm – Ran a cracker last time out at Navan and gets a first tilt over fences here. The soft conditions will suit and usual partner Keith Donoghue is jocked up again. This looks a pretty weak beginners chase and his handler looks to have found him a good opportunity at the first time of asking over the larger obstacles.

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Breath Of Sun: 7:35pm – Duel course winner who didn’t run as bad as the result suggested at Kempton on his last start. He has some solid form to his name having beaten plenty of subsequent winners and a return to his happy hunting ground is an automatic positive. Jockey Adam Kirby is in flying form in the saddle of late and can add another to his tally here.

Tom Marquand partners General Zoff at Lingfield later this evening

General Zoff: 8:05pm – Won over track-and-trip in April and put in a corker up in grade at York last time. The only subsequent runner from that contest has won since, so Tom Marquand’s charge looks dangerous to overlook off the same mark at a course he excels at.

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