Thursday's racing tips for Lingfield, Stratford, Worcester and Chelmsford

Planet Sport tipsters have a bunch of juicy selections for Thursday's meetings at Lingfield, Stratford, Worcester and Chelmsford on October 27.

Here's a quick bit of detail on our hot tips for Thursday's action, you can find the full list of selections for every race across all the tracks at the bottom of the page.

Don't forget to check out the racecards, results and live odds in Planet Sport's racing live centre.

14:50 (Lingfield) Peace Of Mine

George Boughey's Peace Of Mine fits the bill in the It's Time To Turn To Talksport EBF Fillies' Restricted Novice Stakes.

A winner on debut at Salisbury from subsequent victor Creme Chantilly, the Fast Company filly was then beaten into fifth in a Chelmsford novice next time out.

That was a first encounter with the all-weather, however, and now she has the benefit of experience, she can gain further advantage from the notable jockey booking of Ryan Moore.

15:25 (Lingfield) Pearl Beach

William Knight's Pearl Beach holds a chance in the Talksport EBF River Eden Fillies' Stakes, another Listed race over a mile and five furlongs.

The five-year-old held her own at Listed level when last seen finishing second in the Beckford Stakes over a mile and six furlongs, leaving her proven both at the trip and against the calibre of opponent she will encounter at Lingfield.

Her effectiveness on all-weather is also beyond doubt, as in 14 runs on synthetic surfaces she has won six times and placed a further six - leaving only two occasions where she has come home out of the money.

Those performances include a Lingfield victory over a mile and a half that prove her liking for the track and the Polytrack surface.

16:00 (Lingfield) Queen Aminatu

William Haggas' Queen Aminatu holds both the class and the all-weather experience needed to land the Talksport EBF Fleur De Lys Fillies' Stakes.

The three-year-old was a regular on synthetic surfaces earlier in the year, finishing in the first two in four successive all-weather starts at the beginning of her career - including a seven-furlong victory at Lingfield.

Switched to the turf in the summer, she has not always seemed at home on fast ground but a second place in a mile Haydock handicap proved her ability over the trip.

Last seen in the Listed October Stakes at Ascot, where she was the runner-up behind Soft Whisper in a career-best run, the filly is now rated 100 but avoids any penalties as she did not win.

15:15 (Stratford) Native Robin

Jeremy Scott's Native Robin can get into the swing of the new season at Stratford in the Charlie Longsdon Racing Handicap Chase.

The gelding is a seasoned chaser who strung together a series of good wins last term, leaving him on a career-high mark of 132 - since adjusted to 131.

That mark leaves him a mid-table burden of 11st 8lb and he is thoroughly proven both at the trip and on the good to soft going.

Thursday's full selections:

LINGFIELD: 1.40 My Boy Jack, 2.15 Berkshire Cruz, 2.50 Peace Of Mine, 3.25 Pearl Beach, 4.00 Queen Aminatu, 4.35 Street Kid, 5.05 Stopnsearch.

STRATFORD: 1.30 Floating Rock, 2.05 Bolintlea, 2.40 Steel Wave, 3.15 Native Robin, 3.50 Higher Ground, 4.25 Bebraveforglory, 5.00 Guguss Collonges.

WORCESTER: 1.20 Kazontherazz, 1.55 Galtee Mountain, 2.30 Couldbeaweapon, 3.05 Jack Doyen, 3.40 Divine Inspiration, 4.15 Come On Gruff, 4.50 One For The Wall, 5.20 Iberio.

CHELMSFORD: 5.30 New Definition, 6.00 Healing Power, 6.30 Hidden Pearl, 7.00 Under The Twilight, 7.30 Dark Kris, 8.00 Charming Kid, 8.30 Idee Fixee.

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