Friday's Lingfield racing tips: Keep Right On to finish the job for Hannon

The weekend is coming but there is no let up with the racing action on Friday, January 14. Planet Sport have some luscious tips from Lingfield including a Richard Hannon chance that won't give in.

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Here's a quick list of Planet Sport's picks from Lingfield on Friday.

Bungledupinblue (12.40 Lingfield)

Racecard (13.10 Lingfield)

Nuble (13.40 Lingfield)

Achnamara (14.10 Lingfield)

Keep Right On (14.40 Lingfield)

Jastar (15.10 Lingfield)

Footstepsintherye (15.40 Lingfield)

And here's a snapshot of why Planet Sport likes our three main picks at Lingers.

14.10 Lingfield - Achnamara

Mark and Charlie Johnston are settling into their father/son joint training venture and can rack up a win in the Watch Racing Free Online At Coral Handicap.

Named after the Scottish village, Achnamara finished second in early January at Wolverhampton, beaten only three quarters of a length.

An added extra half furlong will help the three-year-old who stayed on at Wolves.

Apprentice Andrew Breslin takes off a welcome five pounds with father and son having a solid chance of bringing home the bacon.

14.40 Lingfield - Keep Right On

Richard Hannon knows how to prep seven furlong horses and this last time out course and distance winner can take a tremendously competitive MansionBet Proud Partners Of The AWC Handicap.

The Middleham Park five-year-old was a 7/1 winner at Lingfield in December, battling on stoutly to repel Rainbow Mirage by a head.

Rainbow Mirage went on to win at Lingfield which puts a tick in Keep Right On's box.

Named after the famous Birmingham City football chant, Keep Right On can leave the opposition feeling blue with Sean Levey getting the leg-up.

15.10 Lingfield - Jastar

Another up and coming Newmarket trainer, George Boughey returns Jastar to Lingfield on the back of a last time out, six furlong second.

The three-year-old gelding only found Willie Haggas' Pink Crystal too good last time at Lingfield but stayed on well.

Boughey ups Jastar by a furlong and keeps the experienced Hayley Turner on board to finish the job.

While this one isn't probably a top level starman for Boughey, he should have enough to go close in the Coral Proud To Support British Racing Handicap.

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