November 1 Racing Tips and odds: Hamish can benefit from drop in class at Kempton

Planet Sport tipsters pick out some of the hottest tips ahead Monday's races...

It's Monday which means it's the start of a new week.

We can feel the weekend hangover you have as you read this piece but that's where we get involved.

Our Planet Sport tipsters have been grafting away, putting in the hours in hope of adding some cash to your wallet.

Planet Sport's selections:

Dungeon (2.35 Kempton)

Do It For Thy Sen (2.25 Hereford)

The Bomber Liston (2.45 Plumpton)

Hamish (3.05 Kempton)

Marching Army (3.40 Kempton)

Here's a guide to our racing tips in Kempton, Hereford and Plumpton...

Kempton 3.05 - Hamish

Hamish can give weight away all round as he drops down in company for the Unibet 3 Uniboosts A Day Floodlit Stakes at Kempton.

William Haggas' charge is back at Listed level after he failed to see out two miles on easy going in the Long Distance Cup at Ascot's Champions Day just over two weeks ago.

The five-year-old travelled beautifully until the final couple of furlongs, where he dropped away as he stepped into unknown territory - having up until then raced only as far as 14 furlongs.

Eventually beaten just over eight lengths in fourth, Hamish was certainly not disgraced, and it is perhaps better to judge him on his previous run over the same 12 furlongs he faces this time.

Hamish was returning from 442 days on the sidelines in the September Stakes, but nevertheless he was a shade too good for the consistent Hukum - beating him a neck, with that rival franking the form subsequently by adding a third Group Three triumph to his record this season.

Hamish must shoulder a penalty for that win - which puts him at a distinct disadvantage with the likes of Dubai Future - but he is race fit and can use that sharpness to good effect against a rival who his having his first start since March in the Sheema Classic.

Kempton 3.40 - Marching Army

While Saeed bin Suroor may be out of luck with Dubai Future, Marching Army can ensure he goes home with a winner in the Unibet London Middle Distance Series Final Handicap.

He recently teamed up with Hollie Doyle for the first time over the same one mile and three furlongs he tackles here, and won nicely.

Marching Army did not win by far. But he looks a progressive type, and his revised mark of 90 may be within his range.

Kempton 2.35 - Dungeon

Dungeon is worth watching on debut in the British EBF Future Stayers Maiden Stakes.

Trained by Sir Michael Stoute, he has a top-class pedigree as a son of Dubawi out of Breeders' Cup winner Dank, and connections must hope he can make a favourable mark at the first attempt.

John and Thady Gosden's Teardrop Rock is another newcomer to monitor in the Unibet/Breeders Backing Racing EBF Fillies' Novice Stakes.

From the family of Superstar Leo, three of Teradrop Rock's four siblings have won, so the ability is clearly there.

Hereford 2.25 - Do It For Thy Sen

Do It For Thy Sen is on a roll, and can bring up a hat-trick in the Cazoo Novices' Handicap Chase at Hereford.

The application of cheekpieces has had the desired effect - because he has prevailed in style on his last two starts, winning by five and eight lengths at Southwell.

He looks on the upgrade and can handle a slightly stiffer test here, fresh from a break.

Plumpton 2.45 - The Bomber Liston

The Bomber Liston appeared to have improved for a wind operation when cantering home by 10 lengths last time out, and a follow-up success is on the cards in the Trevor Shearly Memorial Handicap Hurdle at Plumpton.

He had made a decent start in third at Hexham in June but looked a different proposition at Uttoxeter, winning with ease, and further experience should see him kick on again.

Earlier this year George Boughey harboured big hopes for Forca Brasil, so it is nice to see him back in action before the season finishes in the Play Coral Racing-Super-Series For Free EBF Novice Stakes at Wolverhampton.

He made a winning debut at Newmarket in April and held Royal Ascot aspirations - but he missed the big meeting and has not been seen for more than 200 days.

While he has clearly had problems, Boughey would not be bringing him back at this stage of the campaign if he was not completely happy with him.

Forca Brasil had Clive Cox's Caturra back in fourth at Newmarket, and he went on to win the Flying Childers and is rated 109.

While we should not take that form too literally, the runner-up is now rated 83 - and there was even a certain Ebro River, a subsequent Group One winner, back in sixth.

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