August 24 Racing Tips: Revoquable to make it third time lucky at Musselburgh

Check out Planet Sport's tips ahead of races at Yarmouth, Musselburgh, Salisbury and Newbury.

It's Tuesday and we have some fine selections for you from Musselburgh, Newbury, Salisbury and Yarmouth.

Also check out Planet Sport Bet's fantastic 'neck and neck' offer that should soften the blow a little if your horse comes a close second in all ITV Races.

Here's a quick snapshot of Tuesday's selections. Click on the horse's name to have a punt with Planet Sport Bet.

Ephrata (1.30 Yarmouth)

Revoquable (1.50 Musselburgh)

Nine Tales (5.15 Newbury)

Troll Peninsula (5.45 Newbury)

Albasheer (6.05 Salisbury)

1.50 Musselburgh - Revoquable

Revoquable should make it third time lucky in the IRE Incentive Scheme Restricted Maiden Stakes at Musselburgh.

Tim Easterby enjoyed a brilliant time at York's Ebor meeting, and this Pastoral Pursuits colt can keep up the good run of form after taking a step forward to finish second last time out.

Other Musselburgh hunches: 2.20 Jusumi, 2.50 Markazi, 3.20 No Civil Justice, 3.50 Mac Macarthy, 4.25 Arch Moon, 5.00 Triple Jaye.

1.30 Yarmouth - Ephrata

Ephrata let down her supporters at Ascot recently but can make amends in the British Stallion Studs EBF Fillies' Novice Stakes at Yarmouth.

Down the field on her initial run, she was still sent off favourite at the second attempt but never looked like winning against two rivals with superior speed.

Moving up to a mile could be key here.

Others to like at Yarmouth: 1.00 Lady Amalthea, 2.00 Gold Arch, 2.30 Lancero, 3.00 Yorkshire Pirlo, 3.30 Purple Power, 4.00 Amal, 4.35 Ask The Wind.

5.45 Newbury - Troll Peninsula

Troll Peninsula can take a starring role at Newbury's evening meeting in the BetVictor Proud Sponsors Of Newbury Handicap.

Roger Varian's charge will be having just his fourth career start as he has a first run in handicap company, with his initial mark of 88 looking a tempting proposition.

A Karakontie half-brother to Group-placed runner Cardini, he cost a relatively cheap $60,000 at Keeneland back in 2017 - and while connections have seemingly toyed with selling him on in the meantime, they withdrew him from three horses-in-training sales last year.

The four-year-old is entered at Tattersalls again next month, and victory in this race would certainly enhance his price should he go through the ring.

Troll Peninsula has won two of his three races so far, prevailing by a short head on the turf at the end of last year before looking altogether more impressive on the all-weather at Kempton back in March.

He defied a penalty in fine style on that occasion, seeing out a mile well to show some decent acceleration and coast home by three and a half lengths.

The fact he has been off the track since then is not ideal, but he looked to have a touch of class that day - and a decent run here would forward his already reasonable claims for a crack at next month's Cambridgeshire, for which he is a 16/1 chance.

5.15 Newbury - Nine Tales

Varian could also be on the mark with Nine Tales in the BetVictor Handicap.

Twice a winner earlier in the season at Haydock and Salisbury, he was a beaten favourite last time out on the all-weather.

Nine Tales is unbeaten on turf, though, and could defy top-weight.

More fancies at Newbury: 4.40 Heredia, 6.15 Silks Dream, 6.45 Skytree, 7.15 Just Jacob.

6.05 Salisbury - Albasheer

Albasheer returns to the fray in the British Stallion Studs EBF Conditions Stakes at Salisbury on Tuesday on the back of an impressive win in a Doncaster maiden.

That took place on his racecourse bow last July as Albasheer ran a fine race in the Champagne Stakes back on Town Moor, beaten just a length in second behind the useful Chindit.

His lack of experience did not help, but Owen Burrows still felt he was worth a try in the Dewhurst, where he was certainly not disgraced in sixth behind St Mark's Basilica, just over four lengths adrift of one of the leading three-year-old lights this term.

Albasheer had his Classic aspirations ended by an early-season setback - and while he has to concede race fitness to his rivals, the Shamardal colt's class can prevail.

More to back at Salisbury: 4.30 Only The Brave, 5.05 Dark Swansong, 5.35 Commandment, 6.35 Blow Your Horn, 7.05 Flying Standard, 7.35 Master Grey.

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