Sunday's Uttoxeter best bets and racing tips: Go On Chez going for six on bounce

There's afternoon racing action from Uttoxeter for the Planet Sport tipsters to get stuck into on Sunday, July 24.

There's a fascinating card on jumps action in Staffordshire this afternoon, especially with one of our selections going for a sixth win on the trot.

You can get all the latest racecards and results from Uttoxeter by using the Planet Sport live centre, but first here's a quick list of our selections.

Selections:

13:20 (Uttoxeter) Never No Trouble

13:55 (Uttoxeter) The Big Sting

14:30 (Uttoxeter) Onward Route

15:05 (Uttoxeter) Go On Chez

15:40 (Uttoxeter) Mulberry Hill

16:15 (Uttoxeter) Imperial Sachin's

16:50 (Uttoxeter) Andapa

17:20 (Uttoxeter) Getaway Cory

13:55 (Uttoxeter) The Big Sting

The Harry Fry-trained The Big Sting can score a first win over fences after an encouraging third at Worcester in late June, his first ride under Rules following a highly successful point-to-point career over the last seven months.

Challenges will come from Gulliver Collonges and veteran High Counsel.

14:30 (Uttoxeter) Onward Route

Onward Route drops back to two miles in the Alan And Patricia Cook Diamond Wedding Novices' Hurdle at Uttoxeter after perhaps failing to stay over an extra four furlongs last month.

Previously a seven-length winner over the shorter trip at Hexham, Onward Route went backwards at the business end of the race and was eventually beaten 11 lengths.

Rebecca Menzies' charge looks the pick back over what seems to be his preferred distance with Brian Hughes booked.

15:05 (Uttoxeter) Go On Chez

Go On Chez can make it six on the bounce in the Weatherbys nhstallions.co.uk Handicap Chase.

He has made relentless progress since switching to fences following a spell in the point-to-point sphere, triumphing at Uttoxeter and Cartmel last summer before returning with a Newcastle victory in April.

He has struck gold at Bangor in May and Aintree last month, improving from an initial mark of 78 last July to his current perch of 115.

The manner of his effortless eight-and-a-half-length success on his most recent run suggests there could yet be more in the locker.

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