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British Horse Racing Tips – 9 June 2020

Horse Racing

With the likes of Chelmsford and Wolverhampton also making their return to action from behind closed doors this week, Tuesday offers us a string of noteworthy meetings from across British horse racing in midweek.

On that note, for those of you looking to stick on a midweek flutter, we have searched across a stacked schedule to find you a couple of helpful tips that are worth keeping an eye out for on Tuesday.

Betting Tip: BEAUTIFUL ILLUSION win – 13/8 @ Betfair

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

16:15 PM – Haydock – Race 8

For our opening Tip of the Day, we take a look at what is another action-packed afternoon at Haydock.

Hosting a handful of Class 3 meetings in midweek, one of the standout races will be the Betway Fillies’ Handicap and one three-year-old who should take centre stage. Really bursting into the limelight since making a debut at Wolverhampton back in February, there is a huge buzz around the talented BEAUTIFUL ILLUSION. Last seen at Chelmsford a smidge over three months ago, trainer Charlie Appleby saw his filly claim victory over GILTTER QUEEN in a Class 4 contest by almost two lengths.

Undoubtedly one of the standout picks across any of Tuesday’s meetings, it is hard to see anything other than BEAUTIFUL ILLUSION making it three in three at Haydock in midweek.

Betting Tip: CLAP YOUR HANDS win – 5/1 @ William Hill

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

19:15 PM – Chelmsford – Race 6

For our second Tip of the Day, we turn our attention to a returning Chelmsford and the standout Chatham Green Handicap Class 2 meeting.

While COLLIDE and LAND OF OZ might open Tuesday’s meeting as a marginal top pick with the bookmakers (both 4/1 with Bet365), CLAP YOUR HANDS should be looking to make another statement in midweek. Last seen at Wolverhampton back in February when claiming victory over YELLOW TIGER by a length and half in another Class 2 meeting, trainer David Simcock saw his four-year-old claim four victories on the bounce prior to the enforced break.

More impressive, also claiming victory at Chelfmord on that purple patch when marching to the win in Essex at the end of 2019, CLAP YOUR HANDS should have late money coming in on him on a return to action this week.

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