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British Horse Racing Tips – 30 June 2020

Horse Racing

With what is another exciting midweek schedule of racing from behind closed doors, the action rolls onto Tuesday and what promises to be a string of eye-catching meetings from the likes of Doncaster, Leicester, Chepstow and Musselburgh.

On that note, for those of you looking to stick on a midweek flutter, we have searched far and wide to find you a couple of noteworthy tips that are worth keeping a lookout for throughout Tuesday.

Betting Tip: REVOLVER win – 11/10 @ Betfair

*Odds are correct at time of writing and are subject to change without prior notice.

17:05 PM – Doncaster – Race 10

For our opening Tip of the Day, we take a look at the final contest at Doncaster on Tuesday and the Sky Sports Racing HD Virgin 535 Handicap.

Marking his return from the enforced break with what can best be described as a stellar run of form, REVOLVER is rightfully seen to be one of the standout picks with the bookmakers this week. With plenty of buzz around the talented three-year-old, he was last seen at Redcar on June 21st when storming to victory over ROMAN’S EMPRESS in the Ever Race Live On Racing TV Handicap. Really coming into his own under trainer Sir Mark Prescott and seen to be as a potential Group racer, REVOLVER has landed back-to-back wins since returning from the break, a run that also saw him mark his return with the win at Pontefract in a Class 5 meeting.

Among a favourable track at Doncaster on Tuesday, the high-flying gelding should be looking to make it three in three in midweek.

Betting Tip: HAMMY END win – 7/2 @ Bet365

*Odds are correct at time of writing and are subject to change without prior notice.

20:30 PM – Chepstow – Race 8

For our second Tip of the Day, we turn our attention to an action-packed night schedule at Chepstow and the WK Plasterers Handicap.

Putting in another noteworthy display at Kempton last week, HAMMY END has returned from racing’s enforced break enjoying quite the purple patch. While he might have seen the red-hot AWESOMEDUDE claim the win in a Class 6 showdown last week, the four-year-old finished a respectable second and has landed back-to-back silver medal finishes since returning at Lingfield earlier in the month. Glad to see jockey Martin Dwyer once again take the saddle after their run together at Kempton last week, HAMMY END should also be excited by his most recent trip to Chepstow.

When last traveling to Monmouthshire almost exactly one year ago, he claimed victory in the Class 6 Online Handicap and should be too strong for the chasing pack in midweek.

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