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UK racing tips – Tuesday 13 February 2024

Tuesday’s UK racing tips come your way from meetings at Ayr and Lingfield on 13 February 2024.

Runners and riders in action as they compete in the Remus Uomo Handicap Hurdle during the Coral Scottish Grand National Ladies Day at Ayr Racecourse, Ayr. Picture date: Friday April 1, 2022.

Tuesday’s UK racing tips come your way from meetings at Ayr and Lingfield on 13 February 2024.

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Race 1 – FOLLOWANGO 87/100

FOLLOWANGO sets the standard in the Lingfield Supports The Injured Jockeys Fund Mares’ Maiden Hurdle.

Since beating Bluella Bresil by 19 lengths in a Ffos Las bumper, the six-year-old has been placed twice over hurdles at Chepstow, just failing to reel in Chosen Hero last time.

Race 2 – YELLOW STAR 33/10

YELLOW STAR shaped with promise when third behind the highly-regarded Kalif Du Berlais on his jumping bow at Kempton and can build on that in the Download The Racing App Now Novices’ Hurdle.

Although sent off at 80-1 that day, this nicely-bred son of Sea The Moon had shown glimpses of ability on the Flat for Richard Hannon and Gary Moore is the right man to get him back on track in this sphere.

Race 3 – MOVE THE CHAINS 3/1

MOVETHECHAINS enhanced his already impressive course record when powering home by seven lengths in the Surrey National and a 9lb uplift may not be enough to stop him in the Try The Racing App This Afternoon Handicap.

From six visits to this venue, Moore’s 10-year-old has now registered five wins and a second, which came in this race 12 months ago from a 3lb higher mark.

Race 4 – MAJOR FORTUNE 1/1

MAJOR FORTUNE is fancied to complete a hat-trick for Dan Skelton in the Enjoy The Racing App For Free Handicap Hurdle.

The Soldier Of Fortune gelding has come with a late surge to score at Market Rasen and Hereford and it will be hard for the assessor to keep up with his rapid progress.


Race 2 – MOONLIGHTER 7/2

Kim Bailey’s MOONLIGHTER has been running with credit in some decent southern contests this term and may find the company more conducive now travelling north for the Virgin Bet Every Saturday Money Back Handicap Chase.

Course and distance winner Netywell will provide the threat after recently securing his second chase win in a four-runner affair at Haydock.

Fia Fuinidh landed a handicap hurdle tackling track and trip around this time last year. Finished second attempting a steeple here in latest and is feared when resuming following wind surgery.

The consistent Travail D’Orfevre does not know how to run a bad race and cannot be ignored from an each-way perspective.

Race 3 – ARTIC ROW 28/10

ARTIC ROW was a good winner here in the run-up to Christmas and that form was franked by the second scoring next time out.

Nick Alexander’s gelding was set to be thereabouts again at Kelso until taking a tumble at the penultimate fence and another bold showing is anticipated in the Virgin Bet Best Odds Daily Handicap Chase.

Race 4 -ANNAGHBEG 2/1

Former three-time point-to-point winner ANNAGHBEG was narrowly denied at the venue two runs back. Finds a good opportunity to shed his maiden tag.

Myretown returned from a substantial absence last month with a respectable second and rates an obvious danger.

President Scottie placed both hurdle starts at the course since reappearing in December resuming from a long break. In the mix.

Race 6 – DEEP CHARM 4/1

DEEP CHARM delivered chase wins at Musselburgh and Kelso since his seasonal reappearance in November.

Just denied a hat-trick at Kelso last month and looks a major player stepping back up in trip.

Camp Belan struggles to win but finds himself attractively treated on figures and a bold bid is anticipated.

Penultimate start Kelso winner Gipsy Lee Rose holds solid each-way claims along with Baron Briggs who has made the frame twice in three attempts with fences.

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