Tuesday’s Beverley racing tips: Acklam Express can snap long losing run

Horse racing returns to action on Tuesday, with Planet Sport tipsters eyeing up the meeting at Beverley on September 20.

Don't forget, you can get all the latest racecards and results from Hamilton by using the Planet Sport live centre.

But first, here's a quick list of our tips with some more detail on our highlighted horses below.

Beverley Selections:

13:42 Dandy's Angel

14:17 Montevideo

14:52 Brooklyn Nine Nine

15:27 Acklam Express

16:02 It's All About You

16:37 Autumn Festival

17:10 Girl Inthe Picture

15:27 Beverley - Acklam Express

Acklam Express can snap a two-year losing streak as he drops in class for the Eddie And Violet Smith Conditions Stakes at Beverley.

Nigel Tinkler's charge has not come home in front since landing the Listed Roses Stakes at York back in August 2020, but he has been set a series of tough tasks since that victory.

Placed at Group One level at Meydan in early 2021, Acklam Express failed to sparkle in two British starts, so connections opted to draw stumps and instead refocus on this year's Dubai Carnival.

Two starts did not yield a win though and in four runs back on home shores, his best effort came when third in the King's Stand Stakes, just under five lengths behind Nature Strip.

Last seen when ninth in the Nunthorpe, Acklam Express is now rated 108 and if he can run to that mark, the four-year-old should regain the winning thread.

16:02 Beverley - It's All About You

It's All About You showed definite promise when third on his racecourse bow and can improve on that in the Churchill Tyres EBFstallions.com Novice Stakes.

A length-and-a-half third at Goodwood on his first attempt, the Highland Reel colt was slow to start and ran green before finally starting to get the hang of things near the finish.

He made up ground towards the finish that day and a similar effort should be good enough.

16:37 Beverley - Autumn Festival

Autumn Festival can bring up his four-timer in the Old Gravel Pit Lodges Handicap.

Successful at Sandown in July before following up with two Chepstow verdicts last month, Autumn Festival has progressed from a mark of 70 to his current perch of 84.

While a win here would represent a career best for David O'Meara's charge, the manner of his wins suggests the task could be within his compass.

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