Robin Goodfellow's Racing Tips: Best bets for Tuesday, December 28

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Robin Goodfellow’s Racing Tips: Best bets for Tuesday, December 28


Sportsmail’s racing expert Robin Goodfellow dishes out his tips for Tuesday’s meetings at Leicester, Catterick, Newcastle and Leopardstown. 

Sportsmail's racing expert Robin Goodfellow dishes out his tips for Tuesday's meetings

Sportsmail’s racing expert Robin Goodfellow dishes out his tips for Tuesday’s meetings

LEICESTER 

ROBIN GOODFELLOW

11.55 Jaytee

12.28 Ben Buie

1.03 Jet Plane

1.38 Call Me Lord 

2.13 Nurse Susan 

2.45 Somekindofstar

3.20 Lebowski (nb) 

GIMCRACK

11.55 Gaia Vallis 

12.28 Ben Buie 

1.03 Jet Plane 

1.38 CALL ME LORD (nap) 

2.13 Rio Silva 

2.45 Jimmy The Digger 

3.20 Natural History 

CATTERICK 

ROBIN GOODFELLOW

12.10 Bitasweetsymphony 

12.45 Midnight Centurion 

1.25 Representing Bob 

2.00 Kensington Art 

2.30 Getaway Jewel

3.02 Ramble West 

GIMCRACK

12.10 Little Orange 

12.45 Silver Flyer 

1.25 Representing Bob  

2.00 Findthetime

2.30 Obey The Rules 

 3.02 Martha Willow 

 NORTHERNER – 12.45 WHERE’S HECTOR (nap) 

NEWCASTLE 

ROBIN GOODFELLOW

3.15 Master Sergeant 

3.50 Copper Mountain 

4.20 Quick Change 

4.50 Queen Aminatu

5.20 Pop Favorite 

5.50 Peintre D’etoiles 

6.20 Bronze River 

6.50 ONE HART (nap) 

GIMCRACK

3.15 Polyphonic 

3.50 Copper Mountain 

4.20 Quick Change 

4.50 Al Qareem

5.20 Tefnut 

5.50 White Willow 

6.20 Blue Flame 

6.50 Redzone 

NEWMARKET – 3.15 MASTER SERGEANT (nap); 4.50 Queen Aminatu (nb).

NORTHERNER – 3.50 Copper Mountain (nb)  

LEOPARDSTOWN  

1.10 – ARDHILL

GOODFELLOW ANALYSIS: The chances of ARDHILL rely on a non runner given he is first reserve, but well handicapped and well-supported horses have a habit of sneaking into this type of race and, if he has bounced out of his Ascot outing in the same form, the six-year-old could take some beating. 

The blinkers worked the oracle 10 days ago and if they have a similar result second time round he could be tough to beat. Future Regem is going from strength to strength and should appreciate the trip while Maze Runner won over c&d in February and should strip fitter for his first run back. 

1.45 – Klassical Dream 

GOODFELLOW ANALYSIS: Klassical Dream has won twice following long absences so, with his yard in very good form, he shouldn’t lack for fitness of match sharpness. 

He is 2-3 at this venue and landed a sizeable gamble on his first try at 3m at the Punchestown festival in the spring so there should be more to come. Last year’s winner Flooring Porter would arguably have won on his Navan comeback but for falling two out and looks a threat, while Sire Du Berlais, runner-up to Flooring Porter in the Stayers’ Hurdle, is another to consider returning to 3m.

2.20 – A PLUS TARD 

2.55 – GALOPIN DES CHAMPS 

GOODFELLOW ANALYSIS: Galopin des Champs looked like he would make a formidable novice chaser when winning over hurdles at Cheltenham and Punchestown last spring and he boasts the opportunity to vindicate that view on his chasing debut here. 

Not that this will be an easy introduction as Fury Road and Blue Sari set a decent standard to exceed, but the Mullins-trained five-year-old boasts the potential to be very smart at his new discipline. The first-time cheekpieces could sharpen up Fury Road who chased home Beacon Edge in a Fairyhouse Grade One last time. 

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