Wednesday racing tips for Hamilton, Beverley, Newton Abbot, Wexford, Cartmel and Warwick

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We'll start with some details on our selected horses, then you can get a full list of all the tips across all the racecourses at the bottom of the page.

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14:30 (Newton Abbot) Trevada

Trevada was second on his first run back from a break and off the same mark, he must go close in the Talk Tidy Marketing Handicap Chase at Newton Abbot.

Trained by Oliver Sherwood, the seven-year-old was having his first run over fences at Plumpton so is entitled to be sharper, too.

15:20 (Hamilton) Yaaser

Yaaser appears to have been given a real chance by the assessor ahead of the Weatherbys Digital Solutions Handicap at Hamilton.

Jim Goldie's charge only ran a week ago but he hinted at a return to form and if that is followed up, then he looks well treated.

A real moneyspinner for connections, he was very busy last summer but thrived for his racing.

He ran 15 times in all last year, winning four events, including a valuable pot on a Racing League night at Doncaster.

His mark peaked at 85, yet his first win just over a year ago came from a basement mark of 52, showing the progress he made.

Before his third last time out at Ayr he had disappointed this season, but back down to a rating of 71, his turn is surely not far away.

15:40 (Beverley) Man Of A'An

Man Of A'An stepped up markedly on his debut when last seen to suggest he may win the Skidby Restricted Maiden Stakes at Beverley.

The Highland Reel gelding finished sixth of 14 on his first run at Kempton, beaten just over five lengths.

Sent to Redcar for his next outing, he just failed to reel in Kentucky Bluegrass over seven furlongs, looking to know much more about the game.

The winner is now rated 76 and the third 75, so if Man Of A'An can run to somewhere around that mark, he should take all the beating.

15:50 (Hamilton) Where's Jeff

Shane Gray appears to get a good tune out of Mick and David Easterby's Where's Jeff and he can follow up a recent win when he runs in the Weatherbys Global Stallions App Handicap.

The eight-year-old was beaten a head on his seasonal reappearance at Beverley before winning last time out at Hamilton.

He returns to the Scottish venue off just 2lb higher and is still rated some way below his highest ever winning mark.

16:10 (Beverley) Crown Princess

Ollie Pears' Crown Princess should be more at home on quicker conditions in the Dr Eddie Moll Handicap.

He two runs this season have come with cut in the ground and while not disgraced, it is surprising she has been dropped only 1lb for each.

She is on the verge of being very well treated now, though, and could go well at a price.

19:10 (Warwick) Everyonesgame

Charlie Longsdon's Everyonesgame is conceding weight all round in the Brookbanks Novices' Hurdle at Warwick but that is for good reason.

He has a win under rules to his name already and sets the standard with a rating of 120.

Wednesday's selections in full:

BEVERLEY: 2.10 Van Gerwen, 2.40 Lady Of The Garr, 3.10 Ugo Gregory, 3.40 Man Of A'An, 4.10 Crown Princess, 4.40 Hostelry, 5.12 Chief Craftsman.

HAMILTON: 2.20 Abate, 2.50 Crack The Kode, 3.20 Yaaser, 3.50 Where's Jeff, 4.20 Shine On Brendan, 4.50 Hi Clare, 5.20 Breguet Boy.

NEWTON ABBOT: 1.55 Ede'Iffs Rock, 2.30 Trevada, 3.00 Bala Brook, 3.30 Chief Black Robe, 4.00 Sherborne, 4.30 Espoir De Teillee, 5.03 Zoran.

WARWICK: 5.40 Sandalwood, 6.10 Double Click, 6.40 Guinness Affair, 7.10 Everyonesgame, 7.40 Hiconic, 8.10 Junior Massini, 8.40 Moon Lady.

WEXFORD: 5.30 I A Connect, 6.00 Chapel Street, 6.30 Staging Post, 7.00 Conyers Hill, 7.30 Jungle Prose, 8.00 Cocoplum, 8.30 Toad Hall.

CARTMEL: 5.50 Elham Valley, 6.20 Idealdes Villerets, 6.50 Hey Bob, 7.20 Sword Of Fate, 7.50 Grey Skies, 8.20 Step Back, 8.50 Thatbeatsbanagher.

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