December 22 Racing Tips and Odds: Lady Of The Night to score at Ludlow for Bailey

Christmas is coming but it’s not all about the King George meeting as Planet Sport comes at you with tips from Ludlow, Wolverhampton and Southwell. Kim Bailey has a live chance with Lady Of The Night.

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Queen's Fair (13.00 Wolverhampton)

Lady Of The Night (13.15 Ludlow)

Beryl The Peril (13.30 Wolverhampton)

The Newest One (14.15 Ludlow)

Meadow Sprite (16.30 Southwell) 

Cherokee Dance (17.00 Southwell)

We start at Ludlow where Lady Of The Night can make the punters' day with a win for Kim Bailey. The veteran trainer has won everything worth winning but still takes pleasure from victories at Ludlow.

13.15 Ludlow - Lady Of The Night

Lady Of The Night couldn't have been more impressive at Fontwell last time out, winning by an easy eight and a half lengths from Stuart Edmunds' Marsh Wren.

The daughter of Midnight Legend benefitted from wind surgery to hose up at Fontwell and can take a four pounds rise in her stride.

David Bass gets the leg up as usual for Bailey with Lady Of The Night with an increase in trip to two miles, five and a half furlongs likely to pose little problem.

In opposition, Alex Hales will have no issue remembering who Nextdoortoalice is after a recent Doncaster win and she can pose Lady Of The Night a few problems.

14.15 Ludlow - The Newest One

Just the sight of the white star on red silks is enough to conjure up memories of Team Twiston-Davies legend The New One and his half-brother The Newest One doesn't look too bad either.

The Newest One showed some of his potential with an eight and a half lengths win at Doncaster, which could have been by more without a couple of jumping errors.

Obviously The Newest One has a bit of ability and can move on to better things with a clear round of jumping in this competitive Class 3.

Fergal O'Brien's Dublin Four switched from Graeme McPherson and won immediately, which gives room for optimism that he can go well at Ludlow.

13.00 Wolverhampton - Queen's Fair

A reasonably bred sort from Cheveley Park Stud, Queen's Fair was sired by Dansili and made a promising debut with a third at Kempton.

That showing over a mile saw the filly beaten just two and three quarter lengths with a useful William Haggas type in first.

The clip back to seven furlongs should suit and with Daniel Tudhope in the saddle this Queen has more than a fair chance.

The John and Thady Gosden trained Haija represents powerful interests in Al Shaqab Racing and it's likely the three-year-old will go close.

13.30 Wolverhampton - Beryl The Peril

This filly named after the Topper comic character can cause her opponents all sorts of trouble after a last time out win over course and distance.

Sent by Newmarket trainer Kevin Philippart De Foy, Beryl The Peril scored gamely by a length from Gay Kelleway's Professor Galant.

A three pound raise shouldn't be enough to stop owners the Champagne Poppers going on a beano in celebration of this dandy type.

Tell'em Nowt sounds like a command to a snitch but punters will be singing like canaries if the Phil McEntee gelding follows up a Southwell distance win, as he is capable.

16.30 Southwell - Meadow Sprite

Meadow Sprite pulled out a decent distance win last time out at Kempton and now turns her attention to Southwell on the all-weather.

The short head victory couldn't have been any closer but Meadow Sprite doggedly dug out the win over Torbellino.

The talented Marco Ghiani took the ride at Kempton and retains it at Southwell which is a huge tick in Meadow Sprite's box.

David Simcock's Scarborough Castle was twice at winner at Wolverhampton in the summer and can push Meadow Sprite close at Southwell, after a warm up fourth over the distance at Kempton

17.00 Southwell - Cherokee Dance

Ian Williams' three year-old is dancing a war dance to the field in this one with his trainer a master of distances over a mile.

Cherokee Dance pushed George Boughey's Pretty Sweet close enough last time out at Kempton.

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Before that, the Honor Code filly won nicely at Wolverhampton over one mile and four furlongs, meaning this reduced trip won't touch the sides in terms of stamina.

Apprentice Ben Sanderson takes a handy three pounds off and Cherokee Dance can leave the rest flat footed here.

David Thompson's Khilwafy is a course and distance winner which can't be sniffed and can upset Cherokee Dance with luck in running.

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