Thursday's Leicester best bets and racing tips: Kiss N Cuddle to step up and score

Off to Leicester for the afternoon meeting on Thursday, July 14. Maybe the Planet Sport tipsters have some red hot selections up their sleeves for you.

Perfect weather for a bit of Class action in the East Midlands, and a perfect time to bash the bookies with some of our leading fancies.

You can get all the latest racecards and results from Leicester by using the Planet Sport live centre, but first here's a quick check on all our tips for Thursday.

Selections:

13:40 (Leicester) Kiss N Cuddle

14:10 (Leicester) The Grey Wolf

14:40 (Leicester) Qabilah

15:10 (Leicester) Majestic Fighter

15:40 (Leicester) Fresh Hope

16:10 (Leicester) Lethal Angel

16:40 (Leicester) Big Time Maybe

17:10 (Leicester) Army Of One

13:40 (Leicester) Kiss N Cuddle

Kiss N Cuddle gets the nod in Leicester's opening All Races Live On Racing TV Nursery. David Evans' charge kept on to win a seller on his most recent outing and a step up in trip does not look set to faze him given the nature of the aforementioned success.

Kind Spirit showed promise over this distance at Musselburgh on his latest outing, while Bara Lacha completes the shortlist.

14:40 (Leicester) Qabilah

Roger Varian's Qabilah attempts to follow up her first career victory at Nottingham in the British Stallion Studs EBF Novice Stakes.

A promising third on her Thirsk debut over a mile, the daughter of Kitten's Joy enjoyed the step up to 10 furlongs when downing a well-regarded odds-on favourite in the 87-rated Wonderful Times.

There should be plenty more still to come from Qabilah, with the filly still far from the finished article.

Sea Speedwell represents a stable in excellent form and has to enter calculations following her victory at Kempton in December, while connections of Game Master seek further improvement in their gelding by reaching for cheekpieces.

15:10 (Leicester) Majestic Fighter

The step back down to a mile seemed to suit Majestic Fighter when he was just touched off at Doncaster in May and although he is 3lb higher after that effort, the son of Teofilo looks the type to progress.

The Kevin Frost-trained Master Of Combat got off the mark in impressive style last time, although an 8lb rise slightly tempers enthusiasm.

The biggest threat could come from Shaladar, who has improved for the step up in trip and may still be well treated.

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