There is a six-race jumps card to look forward to at Plumpton on Monday and we have provided three tips for the action from the East Sussex track.

The going on the chase course is expected to be good to soft-good in places, while it is set to be soft in places on the hurdle course, with the opening race due to get underway at 13:30 and the finale coming at 16:24.

Plumpton Racing Tips

  • 14:40 – Poncho @ 4/6
  • 15:15 – Burrows Park @ 4/1
  • 15:50 – Uallrightharry @ 5/1

14:40 – Poncho @ 4/6

PONCHO (4/6) has placed on all three of his starts for trainer Gary Moore and looks set to shake his maiden tag in this Class 4 Novices’ Hurdle after producing an eye-catching second-place finish on his hurdles debut at Wincanton earlier this month.

Conditions should favour the five-year-old at Plumpton and he gets the nod ahead of Trevor’s Lad, who caught the eye on debut at Fontwell Park in November when finishing third, with another placing now on the cards for Toby Lawes’ promising runner.

Tapley is perhaps another contender that Poncho will have to see off, although the Suzy Smith-trained six-year-old will have to improve on his recent efforts at Cheltenham, Newbury and Doncaster.

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15:15 – Burrows Park @ 4/1

BURROWS PARK (4/1), a six-time winner over hurdles, looks to be the class runner in the field for the feature race of the day from Plumpton – the Class 3 Tysers Handicap Hurdle .

Venetia Williams’ experienced 11-year-old claimed the most recent of those victories at Exeter earlier this month and despite an expected rise in quality among his rivals for this race, as well as a 6lb hike, he should still have enough to get over the line in this one.

Kansas City Chief is a previous C&D winner and could prove Burrows Park’s biggest threat, while Sirobbie finished second at Ludlow earlier this month in his first race for trainer Ian Williams.

15:50 – Uallrightharry @ 5/1

The Class 4 Tysers Handicap Chase could be a closely-fought contest, but UALLRIGHTHARRY (5/1) has proven C&D quality, winning at Plumpton last month for trainers John Best and Karen Jewell.

A 5lb rise in the ratings should not hurt the 11-year-old’s chances given the comprehensive nature of that success, although he has struggled off that mark in the past, which could open the door for other challengers such as Sizing Cusimano .

Sizing Cusimano did not disgrace himself at Taunton last time out, finishing fourth over a similar distance to this and a tumbling rating could further help the cause of the Joe Tizzard-trained 10-year-old.

Art Of Illusion could also contend for Warren Greatrex following his victory at Ffos Las earlier this month.

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