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DAILY LUCKY 15: Tuesday’s Tips | Sedgefield & Beverley |

Race action on Tuesday takes focus at Sedgefield and Beverley

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2BYMFHK Jockey Megan Nicholls and Christopher Wood after winning the VW Van Centre (West Yorkshire) Ltd Handicap at Pontefract Racecourse.

After a winning selection on yesterday’s bet, our team aim to go one, or two, better for Tuesday’s picks at Sedgefield and Beverley.

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Sedgefield’s card kickstarts on Tuesday afternoon at 1:00pm with eight contests on the card

Our profit across the last four Daily Lucky 15’s from £75 (£1 per bet) in stakes has been £43.72.

Sedgefield
Geronimo (1:00pm) [Reece’s Pick] & Christopher Wood (3:07pm) [Dom’s Pick]

Donald McCain Jr’s Geronimo ran with credit under a penalty at Hexham to keep his positive start to life over hurdles intact.

He hasn’t outside the front two since his bumper debut and in a race not posing a huge level of depth, he looks the answer here.

WATCH: SEDGEFIELD CONTENDER CHRISTOPHER WOOD WINS AT NEWBURY BACK IN MARCH 2019 [CREDIT: RACING TV]

Christopher Wood, meanwhile, makes his chase debut in County Durham in a rare appearance for a Paul Nicholls contender.

He was rated 150 over timber, once finishing third in a four-year-old Grade 1 at Aintree behind Fakir D’oudairies and ahead of Song For Someone, and should take the beating if taking to fences first time up under Bryony Frost.

Beverley
Ventura Flame (2:45pm) [Reece’s Pick] & Midnite Bride (3:15pm) [Dom’s Pick]

Keith Dalgleish’s Ventura Flame is only 2lbs above her last winning mark and that arrived over course-and-distance, so there’s every reason to think she is a big player here.

Her handler has enjoyed 2 winners from his last 9 runners (22.22%) and at the prices, she possesses plenty of value given her previous form at the track.

WATCH: VENTURA FLAME HAS WON FOUR OF HER 25 CAREER STARTS TO DATE [CREDIT: RACING TV]

In the next contest, Midnite Bride is seeking a fourth win in a row and is a different proposition on turf compared to the all-weather.

Kevin Ryan bids for a Beverley win later this afternoon

She gets a first crack at the mile trip here under Kevin Stott and if continuing to progress at this rate, she looks a tough nut to crack in a field with a few inconsistent sorts.

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