Today on Sky Sports Racing: Laoisman looks to extend his record at Lingfield | Racing news

Tuesday’s action on Sky Sports Racing is from Lingfield, Wolverhampton and Southwell, with the former featuring some interesting debutants including Brandywine Falls and New Century.

7.15 Lingfield – Laoisman, in top form, seeks to extend his record

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Sean Wood’s Laoisman has been consistent of late with recent numbers showing 2,1,1,1,2. Last time he was narrowly defeated at Windsor. Back on an artificial surface with a recent gelding operation, he has a great opportunity here.

lady star m Disappointed last time, but has been very busy since the beginning of the year with eight races. However, she turns heads with Oisin Murphy on board.

Mick’s spirit He returns to a course that he loves to demonstrate with six course and distance victories. He is 4lb over his winning mark but should go well for Epsom Dash winning jockey Joe Leavy.

6.45 Lingfield – Brandywine Falls and New Century crash

well mannered Brandywine Falls and new century crash into Get Raceday Ready/EBF Novice Stakes (6.45).

Roger Varian’s pupil is a half-brother to sprinter Saint Lawrence and brother to Royal Ascot winner Daahyeh and could be smart on debut.

New Century is a half-brother to Passion And Glory and looks like a striking Kameko son for Andrew Balding and Oisin Murphy.

Buy expensive Al Qudra He tries to go off the mark on the third attempt. He has been consistent but seems very green, but this step forward in the journey will be good for him.

2.45 Southwell – Taste The Fear chases hat-trick

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Course and Distance Winner Taste The Fear is a dual course and distance winner. He is only 1lb over his hurdles mark, so there could well be movement on this, especially if Luke Scott retains the race.

No regrets He is the veteran of the race at ten years old, however, he is more than ever winning last time at Kelso. He only gained 4 pounds for that win and it would be dangerous to discount him.

Tom Creen finished behind Taste The Fear last time out and Tom Broughton gains a valuable 7lb for an in-form stable.

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