There are four meetings in the UK on Tuesday, with racing coming from Bangor-On-Dee, Catterick, Chepstow, and Newcastle (AW).

The 2022/23 National Hunt season is well into its tracks now and jumps racing comes from Bangor and Chepstow on Tuesday afternoon.


Chepstow 14:35 – Rose Of Arcadia @ Evs
Bangor 14:55 – Keep Running @ 9/4
Catterick 16:30 – Motawaazy @ 12/1
Newcastle 18:25 – Oahu @ 3/1

Tip 1

ROSE OF ARCADIA (Evs) was successful in two point-to-point races at the back end of last season. She showed her class and stamina in those races, stretching away from her rivals in the closing stages of the 3m contests.

Joe Tizzard’s runner is back under Rules off a mark of 113 which gives her a great chance on her return to hurdles. She will also benefit from the very capable Freddie Gingell being able to claim 7lb off her back.

The seven-year-old mare appears in the Betfred Betfinder as one of the most napped selections on Tuesday. She clearly looks like the one they all must beat.

Tip 2

KEEP RUNNING (9/4) blew his rivals away by over eight lengths over this C&D at Bangor last month. It what was his first start for Harry Whittington since moving to his yard from France and something similar can be expected on his return to the same racecourse as his recent triumph.

The C&D winner had four moderate appearances in France before switching to the UK. He raced on heavy ground on two of those outings, which may not have been ideal conditions for him.

The four-year-old made a couple of errors on his British debut, but with more schooling since then, expect a more polished round of jumping this time.

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Tip 3

Two-time C&D winner MOTAWAAZY (12/1) often produces his best at Catterick. Four of his six career victories have come at this North Yorkshire racecourse.

Michael Dods’ runner blew his chances at the start last time out over this C&D. In a rare occurrence for the experienced six-year-old, he ducked to the right coming out of the stalls. This left him with a mountain to climb.

If you can forgive his last run, his form stacks up with any of his rivals in this field.

Tip 4

OAHU (3/1) is still a maiden after four appearances, but he has a great chance of recording a first success in this novice contest. It is a drop down in class for Brian Ellison’s runner as he featured in a Listed contest last time out at Redcar where he was a respectable seventh of 16 runners.

The son of Mondialiste went close to his first win on his penultimate appearance at Redcar. He just found one horse better than him on the day. A repeat of that run may be enough this time.

Ellison has opted to switch his horse to the all-weather and this surface should not be a problem for the colt. He is the highest rated runner in the field, and arguably the one which could go on to much bigger things in the future.

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