Tuesday's Hamilton racing tips: William Buick can get Frisky to score

Planet Sport tipsters cross the border for the afternoon meeting at Hamilton on Tuesday, June 27.

Time for a trip to one of the most picturesque racecourses in the UK, just south of Glasgow, for a mixed card of Flat racing.

You can follow all the latest racecards and results via Planet Sport's live centre, but first here's a quick list of Tuesday's selections.

13:15 Hamilton - Catch The Paddy

13:45 Hamilton - Head Chef

14:15 Hamilton - Frisky

14:45 Hamilton - Austrian Theory

15:15 Hamilton - Ravenscraig Castle

15:50 Hamilton - Kats Bob

16:25 Hamilton - Refuge

13:15 Hamilton - Catch The Paddy

Lord Sam's Castle made an encouraging start to his career when a close second over course and distance earlier this month and could make a bold bid.

However, he may have to settle for minor honours behind Catch the Paddy, who has bumped into useful juveniles on both of his starts and gives the impression he still has more to offer.

Blue Yonder should benefit from his debut experience at Beverley two weeks ago and also makes the shortlist.

14:15 Hamilton - Frisky

Frisky bumped into a smart prospect when runner-up at Bath on her latest start and, with William Buick in the plate, the daughter of Bated Breath gets the vote.

Phoenix Beach showed major improvement when third at Ripon last time and warrants plenty of respect, while newcomer High Opinion, who is bred to be speedy, can also have a say.

14:45 Hamilton - Austrian Theory

Austrian Theory is given another chance to prove his true worth in the Stay At Hampton By Hilton Almada Mile Handicap at Hamilton.

The Awtaad colt mixed it with the likes of Native Trail, Angel Bleu and Reach For The Moon as a juvenile and performed with credit on each occasion, offering plenty of hope for future.

There was also significant promise in his four-length third to Eydon in Newmarket's Feilden Stakes on his reappearance, but it is fair to say he has not replicated that level of performance since.

In three subsequent outings Mark and Charlie Johnston's inmate has failed to beat a single rival, most recently weakening to finish last of six at Nottingham.

However, that form received a significant boost when the winner Dark Shot followed up in the Royal Hunt Cup at Ascot, while the runner-up Dubai Mirage went one better next time.

Austrian Theory has been dropped 3lb for that near eight-length defeat, which may well be an overreaction, with a new mark of 94 looking very workable indeed.

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