Saturday's Lingfield racing tips: Intuitive feel to the nap

Planet Sport tipster Jonathan Doidge has run the rule over Saturday's Lingfield card on January 15 and he's got a feeling he's on to a winner or three.

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

Intuitive (13.45 Lingfield)

Fizzy Feet (14.20 Lingfield)

Star Of Valour (12.05 Lingfield)

13.45 Lingfield - Intuitive

I've got a feeling that Intuitive will be a winner om Lingfield's Saturday card.

The Simon and Ed Crisford-trained runner heads a list of five for the MansionBet Best Odds Guaranteed Handicap (13.45) and that's because he's the class horse in the field.

Although he flopped in Listed company at Deauville last month, that run looks too bad to be true.

The six-year-old is relatively lightly-raced, having won six of his 18 starts. Those stats include this race last year, when he dotted up under PJ McDonald.

Jack Mitchell takes the mount this time, and he had the leg-up when the pair scored over course and distance in a classified event last month.

That was a career-best effort by Intuitive and I think he can shrug off those French woes and bounce back with another Lingfield win.

14.20 Lingfield - Fizzy Feet

Standing dish Fizzy Feet can register her sixth win at Lingfield in the Betway Handicap (14.20)

Dave Loughnane's speedy mare is only a couple of pounds above her last winning mark on the all-weather and ran her best race in a while when second at Wolverhampton a fortnight ago.

She looks sure to make her presence felt once again on her return to Surrey.

12.05 Lingfield - Star Of Valour

Elsewhere at Lingfield, Star Of Valour looks worth siding with to get us off to a good start in the MansionBet Proud Partners Of The AWC Handicap (12.05).

The Colin Tizzard-trained seven-year-old won on his debut for the trainer at Chepstow last May (7f, good to firm), when sporting a first-time tongue-tie. He has been unable to match that effort since then, but wasn't far from doing so over course and distance last time.

He hung left late on in that neck defeat to Prince Rock and first-time cheekpieces could be the secret to further success this time. Wonder Starelzaam looks likely to head the market but, as they say, you should never be afraid of one horse.

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