Wednesday's Leicester best bets and racing tips: See The Sea will take some stopping

Planet Sport tipsters have some hot selections for Wednesday afternoon's meeting at Catterick on July 20.

The temperature has dipped slightly so a pleasant trip to Leicester is on the cards, our tips will help you give the bookies a good bashing.

Here's our quick list of tips for Leicester's meeting. You can also follow the live racecard and results with Planet Sport live centre.

18:25 (Leicester) Doomsday

18:55 (Leicester) Stylish Icon

19:25 (Leicester) Carrigillihy

19:55 (Leicester) Nikki's Girl

20:25 (Leicester) Misscall

20:55 (Leicester) See The Sea

18:25 (Leicester) Doomsday

Doomsday could go well again after finally getting off the mark at Catterick a fortnight ago off just 2lb lower.

Moon Over The Sea will provide the biggest challenge. John Quinn's charge showed much more at Beverley last time in a stronger race than this and has been dropped 1lb for that, so could take some stopping if first-time blinkers eke out some more improvement.

Regal World has been getting closer of late and after a string of seconds is another who can get involved.

18:55 (Leicester) Stylish Icon

James Tate has his string firing on all cylinders and can add to his tally with Stylish Icon in the British Stallion Studs EBF Fillies' Novice Stakes at Leicester.

The Starspangledbanner filly shaped with promise in each of her three outings as a juvenile, with a sixth place on her Goodwood bow followed by placed efforts at Beverley and Catterick.

Her mark of 68 makes her the highest-rated runner in this field and there is every chance she can improve as a three-year-old.

The fact she has been off the track since October is not ideal, but the excellent form of the yard gives confidence the break will not be a major issue.

20:55 (Leicester) See The Sea

See The Sea has made up into a very good hurdler for Donald McCain and, off a mark of 65 back on the level, she could take some stopping on her first run after wind surgery.

Moonlit Cloud relished the step up to this trip last time when winning at Bath and a 3lb higher mark looks unlikely to prevent her from going close, while Sir Mark Prescott's filly Snap Ambush is worth monitoring very closely in the betting on her handicap debut after a lengthy absence.

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