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Brighton and Hexham host domestic action on Tuesday, with 14 races live on Sky Sports Racing…

3.20 Brighton- Otago Married Faces

The Houghton-trained Eve Johnson uncle cock he attempts to challenge the maximum weight having done the work after only running the day before and has since had a 20 day break and is back in his beloved Brighton. Charlie Bishop replaces Mia Nicholls at the plate for this one.

hooked He was last seen in winning action when winning at Wolverhampton with a mark of 60 and, if he is fully fit on his first start this season, just a 2lb gain could make him very dangerous. Here he returns to grass after a successful switch to the all-weather track last time and was only unsuccessful at this venue on his last visit due to a lost shoe.

Otago He’s just been defeated by Uncle Dick and now has a 6-pounder on him, so it wouldn’t be a surprise to see the tables turn here. He has also tasted victory in this seven-furlong trip at Brighton and retains the services of Charlie Bennett.

7.58 Hexham- Roccovango tries to challenge a penalty

The one trained by Olly Murphy Roccovango He has been in very good form since joining Olly Murphy and appreciated the step forward in the journey and sets a very high standard in this Stoneacre is best for Suzuki and Mazda newbies. He will have to challenge a penalty to taste victory, but with Sean Bowen on board anything is possible.

Lucinda Russell Saddles Reform He has improved with each race and jumped very well on his debut at Musselburgh. This horse can take one more step today and may well break his maiden on the journey.

One step forward on the journey to conquer the breeze waits after being firmly put in his place when he came in second place last time. However, this five-year-old was returning from a 178-day break and will be ridden very sparingly this time by Danny McMenamin.

8.28 Hexham – Hartur d’Oudairies the one to beat

Craig Nichol rides Hartur d’Oudairies who fought a tough battle with Horn Cape last time and should come close again in this Northumberland County Handicapped Obstacle Show.

The legacy of Les He seemed to really appreciate being back on a more solid surface last time and we will have very similar conditions here too. The last time he was here a little over a week ago he put pressure on the leader in the closing laps and was unlucky to get hit with his head.

The cheeks are applied for the first time. A law of its own who is making his second start for Dan Skelton. Getting back to form, his fourth Brighterdaysahead in November looks very attractive.

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