Monday's Redcar racing tips: Expect Primrose to blossom in opening race

As we look to start the week in style, Planet Sport brings you the best tips from Redcar ahead of the action from Monday, April 4.

The start of the week is always a tough one but here at Planet Sport, we always try our best to change that for you by providing the best tips each day.

And Monday is no different. Below, is a snapshot of all our Monday selections, including three standout picks in bold.

You can also check out Planet Sport's Live Race Centre. It provides all the latest updates and results from Monday's running at Redcar as well as races on other courses, including Windsor.

13:00 Primrose Ridge

13:30 Merry Secret

14:05 Pallas Lord

14:40 Copper Mountain

15:15 Delgrey Boy

15:50 Franz

16:20 Zimmerman

16:20 Al Qaasim

13:30 Redcar - Primrose Bridge

Primrose Ridge can pick up from where she left off from her debut run and get off the mark in the Flat Is Back Fillies' Restricted Novice Stakes at Redcar.

While Persian Force took the limelight from the plaudits when running away with the first two-year-old contest of the season in Doncaster, Primrose Ridge delivered a sensational performance considering her huge odds of 40/1.

Primrose Ridge has a much better chance this time though with no stiff competition. Expect her to take the win.

14:40 Redcar - Copper Mountain

Copper Mountain can open her account in the Racing TV Straight Mile Handicap.

In October, she finished fourth out of 19 and while the horse didn't win, it has had an impact on performances since.

The Sir Percy filly, trained by Mick and David Easterby, won two of her four starts and has had a six-week break since her last run at Southwell where she was runner-up to Sid's Annie.

15:15 Redcar - Delgrey Boy

Delgrey Boy will look to begin the season the same way he finished last time with victory in the Join Racing TV Now Handicap.

Tim Easterby's charge led inside the final half-furlong here in October when coming three-quarters of a length clear of Hayadh.

The five-year-old was a model of consistency last term, winning twice and being placed eight times from 14 starts.

Hopefully, there is more improvement to come and the Delegator gelding can start the campaign on a positive note.

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