Tuesday's Wetherby racing tips: Kind Gesture to come out on top in West Yorkshire

Planet Sport tipsters are at Wetherby for the early evening meeting on Tuesday, June 7, and have some hot tips to fill your coffers.

Where better to be on a quiet Tuesday evening than Wetherby, just out Leeds. So good that it currently sits top of the 10 best things to do in Wetherby on Tripadvisor.

Here's a quick list of our selections for Wetherby, with a bit more detail on our highlighted selections below that. You can follow all the action using our racecards and results service in the Planet Sport Live Centre.

17:15 Wetherby - Galaxy Gazer

17:50 Wetherby - Kind Gesture

18:25 Wetherby - Rose's Girl

19:00 Wetherby - Arcadian Nights

19:35 Wetherby - Saulire Star

20:10 Wetherby - Hellenista

20:40 Wetherby - Yasmin From York

17:15 Wetherby - Galaxy Gazer

Galaxy Gazer to build on her Haydock second and put her experience to good use in the Coopers Marquees British EBF Restricted Maiden Stakes.

Just Janet was beaten a long way last time out, but the winner of that contest could be very smart and even the form of her debut third at Yarmouth stands up to the closest of scrutiny.

Of the newcomers, River Usk and Union Joy stand out for connections who have had success with their juveniles recently.

17:50 Wetherby - Kind Gesture

Kind Gesture was anything but for rider David Egan when a beaten favourite on debut at Nottingham, but has a chance for redemption in Wetherby's JM Finn Wealth Management Restricted Novice Stakes.

She caused Egan plenty of problems on the way to post and had every chance to win her race before falling victim to a more experienced rival.

However, the daughter of Decorated Knight is clearly a talented filly and is backed to come on plenty for that first racecourse experience to break her duck. If she has learnt what her job fully entails, she will be tough to beat here.

20:40 Wetherby - Yasmin From York

The form of Yasmin from York's Catterick success received a timely boost when the third-placed horse managed to win next time out at Doncaster.

A 3lb rise for that victory could therefore prove lenient and with Mark Winn claiming a handy 5lb, she could take all the beating. Fandabidozi is becoming increasingly well treated on last year's form and following wind surgery, he may be more competitive.

The remainder are headed by Smart Boyo.

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