Sunday's Plumpton racing tips: Gary Moore's duo can impress in East Sussex

As we look to end the week with a bang, Planet Sport brings you a collection of tips for the action at Plumpton on Sunday, April 3.

Planet Sport's Live Race Centre will provide all the latest updates and results from Sunday's running at Plumpton.

Here's a quick snapshot of all our Sunday selections, with a treble of headline tips shown in bold.

13:55 Plumpton - Mamluk

14:30 Plumpton - Hit The Rocks

15:05 Plumpton - Gleno

15:40 Plumpton - Bourbali

16:15 Plumpton - Wild Wilbur

16:50 Plumpton - En Coeur

17:23 Plumpton - Desert Fortune

14:30 Plumpton - Hit The Rocks

Gary Moore has enjoyed plenty of winners in Plumpton, and there's another great opportunity for him to add to his tally with Hit The Rocks.

He's showed plenty of positives when jumping over distance, and Sunday's conditions suit him perfectly.

With that in mind, there's every reason to back him to impress in the Global Herbs Supporting Equine Athletes Handicap Hurdle.

15:05 Plumpton - Gleno

Moore will again be looking to win via Gleno in the Hollywoodbets Appreciation For Sussex Cancer Centre Handicap Chase.

After placing three times in his last five attempts, a win is on the horizon for the 10-year-old, who's last outing three weeks ago saw him finish runner-up to Kansas City Chief - who went on to run with credit at the Cheltenham Festival.

With a much easier calibre of opposition on Sunday, there's an excellent opportunity for Gleno to thrive and run home a winner in Plumpton.

15:40 Plumpton - Bourbali

Bourbali is in sizzling form having won at Chepstow and Sandown in recent months. The five-year-old has seen his rating rise by over a stone due to his performances this season, but that still won't stop him leading the pack in the £16,000 Hollywoodbets Celebrates Fighters Of Cancer Handicap Hurdle.

The handicapper has continually tried to tie Bourbali down, but he continues to impress in every outing, and with good conditions expected on Sunday, he can run home a victor again.

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