Sunday's Hereford racing tips: Maliboo's momentum worth keeping an eye on

Planet Sport bring you three headline selections for the action at Hereford this Sunday, April 3.

Planet Sport's Live Race Centre brings you the latest updates and results from the racing at Hereford.

Here's a quick snapshot of our Hereford tips, with our three headline selections shown in bold.

13:00 Hereford - Big Difference

13:35 Hereford - Sure Touch

14:10 Hereford - Orrisdale

14:45 Hereford - Maliboo

15:20 Hereford - Captain Cobajay

15:55 Hereford - South Mountain

16:30 Hereford - Bobby Socks

13:35 Hereford - Sure Touch

After slipping up at the final hurdle on his latest outing, Sure Touch's impressive performance shouldn't be discounted, and with the mistake now behind him he can shine in the Royal Equestrian Bedding 'National Hunt' Maiden Hurdle.

He was two lengths in front before making a crucial mistake in the last hurdle, allowing 25-1 Post Chaise to run home the victor.

However, it was his first start since a wind operation, which seemed to have a great impact on his running. Should he cut out the mistake on Sunday, Sure Touch could easily become a deserved winner.

14:10 Hereford - Orrisdale

After winning last time out at Hereford, there's no reason to shy away from Orrisdale again in the Manor Elite Horseboxes Novices' Limited Handicap Chase.

Orrisdale took a while to hit form under Jonjo O'Neill over fences, but after trying a number of trips, as well as experiments with blinkers and cheek pieces, the eight-year-old came good over this course back in January.

He ended up jumping superbly and won by a comfortable distance. With conditions on Sunday once again suiting him, we're backing him to replicate the result despite a 3lb rise.

14:45 Hereford - Maliboo

Just last Wednesday, Maliboo barely hit stride as she won by a comfortable distance in a three-mile-one-furlong chase.

She is equally adept over both hurdles and fences, but is rated 2lb lower over hurdles. With that in mind, we're backing her to thrive again in the Royal Equestrian Bedding Mares' Handicap Hurdle.

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