Sunday's Bath racing tips: Andrew Balding's Little Hustle can impress again

As Bath enjoy a seven-race card on Sunday, April 24, Planet Sport bring you all the best tips and selections, including the impressive Little Hustle.

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Here's a list of Planet Sport's picks from racing at Bath on Sunday, April 24.

13:00 Monsieur Fantaisie

13:30 Macs Dilemma

14:05 Regal Envoy

14:40 Airshow

15:15 Uther Pendragon

15:50 Little Hustle

16:20 Blue Hero

16:55 Sense Of Security

13:30 Bath - Macs Dilemma

After being a losing favourite on his last two runs, Macs Dilemma can turn his fortunes around in Sunday's second division of the Cazoo Handicap.

A disappointing outing at Windsor last time out should not sway you from John O'Shea's four-year-old, who has previously ran home a winner over seven furlongs on the all-weather.

Hollie Doyle has struggled slightly to match the performance on turf, but a far more positive outing can be expected on Sunday over the minimum trip.

15:50 Bath - Little Hustle

After an impressive third place at Kempton back in February, there's plenty of reasons to expect improvement from Little Hustle in the Cazoo Restricted Maiden Stakes on Sunday.

Firstly, Andrew Balding's three-year-old came third to Nahanni and Mhajim, who both went on to perform impeccably in their following races, with the former winning at Epsom on Tuesday.

So despite coming home third, Little Hustle's performance shouldn't be overlooked, and after keeping up on debut, he can definitely step up in Wetherby against easier opposition.

16:20 Bath - Blue Hero

A Bath specialist - Blue Hero has had three starts here before and won twice before finishing third last time out.

Adrian Wintle's four-year-old has a huge opportunity to make it three wins from four on Sunday, and is on the same mark as his close third here in October.

With that in mind, he's a great option for the one-mile Follow @Attheraces On Twitter Handicap.

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