It's a very busy day of racing on Tuesday with a whopping seven meetings across the UK and Ireland.
Flat racing comes from Leicester (13:35-17:35) and Cork (13:55-17:50) on the turf ahead of all-weather fare at Newcastle (16:12-18:15) and Wolverhampton (16:25-20:30).
There's also a triple helping of jumps racing from Hereford (12:15-16:08), Huntingdon (12:00-15:45) and Punchestown (13:40-17:05).
Tuesday's Horse Racing Predictions
Northern Bound to win and each-way - BET NOW
Nico de Boinville and Ben Pauling are a team often worth following, with the rider in particular one to note at this venue. De Boinville's five-year strike-rate at Huntingdon stands at 26 per-cent (19-74) and he can enjoy more success on the improving Northern Bound.
He didn't make any great impression in a six-race hurdles career that failed to yield a win but he already looks destined to achieve better things over fences.
He was well supported on chase bow at Uttoxeter (2m4f, good) early last month and finished second behind the front-running winner Captain Speaking, who gave that form a rock-solid appearance by scoring at Plumpton from a 12lb higher mark on his next start.
Northern Bound also won next time out, doing so in determined fashion from the late challenge of Anti Cool at Warwick (2m4f, good), with the front pair having pulled well clear.
A 6lb rise looks surmountable here, with track, trip and ground conditions in favour as de Boinville returns to replace claiming rider Luca Morgan.
The Late Legend to win and each-way - BET NOW
Trainer Tom Weston aims to strike while the iron is hot with The Late Legend, an easy winner at Sedgefield six days ago under Sean Bowen.
He's looked a much-improved performer since returning from lockdown, having finished runner-up in a pair of chases at Uttoxeter (2m6½f, good to soft) and Newton Abbot (3m2f, good) prior to that wide-margin success last week.
Bowen had his rivals paddling a long way from home and only needed a safe jump at the last to seal victory. The Late Legend did at times show a tendency to jump to his right, so reverting to this right-handed circuit won't do him any harm at all.
A similar performance should see The Late Legend overcome his penalty and make it 2-5 over fences.
Right Action to win and each-way - BET NOW
Richard Fahey's Right Action is fancied to land the 'get out stakes' at Wolverhampton - the final race of 57 on a busy Tuesday.
It's more than two years since this Dandy Man gelding was spotted on the all-weather but his previous record here at Wolverhampton sees him boasting two wins and a close second from only three visits.
He's on an appealing mark of 77 (2lb higher than previous win here in 2017 but a winner on turf off 85) and has improved on each of three turf runs since returning from a wind operation in August.
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Tuesday's Horse Racing Frequently Asked Questions
What is the going at Wolverhampton?
What is the going at Huntingdon?
Good-good to soft in places.A
What is our recommended bet?
The Late Legend to win.A
Can I watch the racing from Wolverhampton and Huntingdon on TV?
Yes. Huntingdon is on Racing TV while Wolverhampton is on Sky Sports Racing.A
What are the racing results?
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