Monday's Hamilton racing tips: Indemnify to get back to winning ways

Up to Scotland for the racing at Hamilton and the Planet Sport tipsters have some juicy selections on Monday, September 26.

Final day's racing of the season at Hamilton and it's the "Maggie Goes Racing September Weekend Family Raceday", on a day which seems to be a Bank Holiday in Scotland. Lucky them if it is.

Here's a quick run through of our selections from Hamilton, with a bit more detail on our highlighted horses below that. You can follow all the racecards, results and live odds by using the Planet Sport live centre.

Selections:

13:05 (Hamilton) Slainte Mhath

13:38 (Hamilton) Proverb

14:13 (Hamilton) Rory

14:48 (Hamilton) Spanish

15:23 (Hamilton) Indemnify

15:58 (Hamilton) Can't Stop Now

16:33 (Hamilton) Shahnaz

17:08 (Hamilton) Simple Star

13:38 (Hamilton) Proverb

Proverb has made two encouraging starts over six furlongs so far and it would be no surprise if George Boughey's colt manages to open his account at the third attempt in the EBF Restricted Maiden Stakes.

The son of Harry Angel has looked green in both outings to date, but was most unfortunate to bump into Zoology at Yarmouth on his second start. That impressive winner was deemed good enough to jump immediately into the Middle Park Stakes, which gives an indication of the quality of the Yarmouth contest.

Proverb is dropped to the minimum distance which could be ideal for now, with the experience gained in his two quick outings surely a positive on this occasion.

14:48 (Hamilton) Spanish

Spanish is an interesting handicap newcomer in the Equi's Exquisitely Irresistible Ice-Cream Fillies' Handicap.

William Haggas' filly bumped into some useful operators when running with credit in her first three appearances and got off the mark with any amount left in hand at Kempton earlier this month.

She could prove a blot on the handicap off a mark of 83.

15:23 (Hamilton) Indemnify

Indemnify may have been overturned as an odds-on favourite at Salisbury last time out, but there was no shame in losing out to an in-form gelding.

Running off just 2lb higher here, the son of Lope De Vega can bounce back to winning ways, with the admirable Roudemental looking best placed to chase him home.

Marhaba The Champ is another to consider on his handicap debut, while Stunning Beauty is no forlorn hope either.

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