Daily Horse Racing Betting Pointers

Tom Lee from FansBet Racing guides you into the winners’ enclosure with his daily horse racing stats, trends and observations.

Tom Lee

Horse racing is one of the most popular sports to bet on with action coming at you almost every day from around the UK. Picking a winner is not always that easy, however by looking at form, conditions and several other factors like being guided by the experts, you could just help boost your racing wallet. Don’t just rely on tips – racing expert Tom Lee is here to help with his daily horse racing betting pointers. Check back every day and let Tom give you the best possible chance of ending up in the winners’ enclosure.

Tuesday November 26th

Meetings, first race time & likely going description

Punchestown – 12.40pm – Soft (Soft to Heavy)

Sedgefield – 12.50pm – Soft

Southwell – 1.00pm – Soft (Good to Soft)

Wolverhampton – 3.50pm – Standard


Ones to watch / Daily Pointers

  • Fit from a decent effort over fences at Naas last time out, Choungaya could be the way to go in the 2.40 Punchestown. Joseph O’Brien’s six year old has the advantage of recent match practice over a couple of his key market rivals in this rated novice chase, while O’Brien himself is due a winner having seen his last 27 runners defeated.


  • Observe the switch of stable for the mare Emma Lamb as she makes her first start for the Dr Richard Newland team in the 12.50 Sedgefield. A ten 10 race maiden, she showed enough for her former yard to suggest today’s two and a half mile maiden hurdle wouldn’t be beyond her, and her new handler is a master at improving horses. Sam Twiston-Davies rides.


  • Course specialist of the day! That tagline goes to Mickey Hammond’s Late Date, a gelding who especially enjoys a trip to Sedgefield, winning there three times in this last 12 months. All three victories have come over the same extended three and a quarter mile course and distance he competes over in the 1.50 race, facing a maximum of five rivals.


  • The winner of a Ffos Las bumper last month, David Pipe’s Induno is certain to have his supporters as he tackles hurdles for the first time in the 2.20 Sedgefield. He is one of two runners at the track for the Devon yard, embarking on a 646-mile round trip.

Extra Place Races


*all odds are subject to change.

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