Tuesday's Newcastle racing tips: Grandad Bob could take some beating

Tuesday's evening racing comes from Newcastle, and the Planet Sport tipsters have plenty of selections to warm you up on October 11.

Seven races on the Gosforth Park all-weather track for our experts to sink their teeth into. Perhaps they can help you bash the bookies.

Firstly, let's serve up a quick run through of all Tuesday's tips, you can get a bit more detail on our highlighted horses below that.

Don't forget to visit the Planet Sport live race centre for all the racecards, results and live odds.


17:02 (Newcastle) Misscarlett

17:32 (Newcastle) Selecto

18:02 (Newcastle) Dungeon

18:35 (Newcastle) Millionaire Waltz

19:05 (Newcastle) Grandad Bob

19:35 (Newcastle) Wasdale

20:05 (Newcastle) Atomise

18:02 (Newcastle) Dungeon

Dungeon has an opportunity to make it third time lucky for Sir Michael Stoute in the Follow @attheraces On Twitter Maiden Stakes.

The three-year-old is impeccably-bred, being a son of Dubawi out of the Breeders' Cup-winning mare Dank, but appears a slow burner.

His sole juvenile effort at Kempton 11 months ago was not devoid of promise, though, and there was also encouragement from his reappearance run at Yarmouth in April.

Dungeon has presumably had an issue as he has not been seen on a racecourse since, but he has untapped potential and should be supported stepping up in trip on his return from a break.

18:35 (Newcastle) Millionaire Waltz

Millionaire Waltz can claim another victory at his beloved Newcastle in the Download The At The Races App Handicap.

In the past 12 months the five-year-old has struck gold on no less than five occasions at Gosforth Park, during which time his rating has gone up the best part of two-stone.

Millionaire Waltz disappointed on his return from a four-month break here in July, but has sharped up since and proved there remains mileage in his mark when scoring a shade cosily here last time out.

A further 4lb hike makes life tougher and the assessor is bound to catch up with him eventually, but the Ben Haslam-trained five-year-old is fancied to eke out another win at a track where he clearly excels.

19:05 (Newcastle) Grandad Bob

Grandad Bob is of interest in the EBF Novice Stakes.

Trained by Paul Midgley, the Dandy Man gelding travelled strongly for a long way on his Beverley bow and was not beaten all that far into fifth place.

With normal improvement Grandad Bob could take some beating.

Others to consider include Exquisitely who improved significantly for her debut experience judging by her narrow defeat over 5f at Nottingham late last month.

Sporting Hero scored at Lingfield last time but has to give plenty of weight to the selection, while Chattel Village and Noble Title are the pick of the remainder.

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