November 2 Racing Tips and Odds: Threeunderthrufive alive to the Exeter task for Paul Nicholls

There’s a great mix of flat, jumps and all-weather action on Tuesday, November 2. Planet Sport are on hand at Lingfield, Redcar and Exeter on a day the boss Paul Nicholls has some top chances.

Here's a quick snapshot of Tuesday's selections. Just click on the links below to place a wager with Planet Sport Bet.

Red Square (1.03 Lingfield)

King Of Tonga (1.10 Redcar)  

Huflower (1.25 Exeter) 

Barshaa (2.10 Redcar)

Threeunderthrufive (2.25 Exeter) 

Shamlaan (3.05 Lingfield) 

Over to Exeter first where Nicholls has a flower ready to bloom. Never underestimate "the boss" of national hunt racing.

1.25 Exeter - Huflower

Top jumps trainer Paul Nicholls is just getting started this season after Frodon's win at the weekend and sends a strong string down the road to Exeter.

Huflower is added to the list of French recruits to Nicholl's Ditcheat stables but unusually this four-year-old has never had a spin over jumps at Auteuil.

Instead, Huflower campaigned on the flat in France and took out a nice conditions race at Angers over one mile, seven furlongs last time out.

Nicholls has reported the Saddex gelding has taken well to jumping and although destined for chases, can win this Class 3 hurdle on British debut.

2.25 Exeter - Threeunderthrufive

Owners the McNeill family have some decent animals and the lightly raced Threeunderthrufive looks another one in the blue and white stripes.

The six-year-old has already competed in the Albert Bartlett Novices' Hurdle at Cheltenham and goes over fences full of promise.

A second over two miles, seven furlongs last time out was a good spin and probably a tad short, so this three miler at Chepstow should play to his staying strengths.

Although hard to tell if the son of Shantou will live up to the "future star" billing of the race, he should have enough to take this along the way to better things.

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1.03 Lingfield - Red Square

This filly is by Frankel and with Sea The Stars in the dam's bloodline, very well bred for this modest maiden at Lingfield.

A two lengths second to the weekend listed winner Sea La Rosa at Chepstow is rubber-stamped form and the three-year-old is sent for this all-weather test by the powerful Gosden yard.

The capable Robert Havlin gets the leg up with Red Square aiming to go one better at the same one mile four furlong trip as in Wales.

Although it may not be a procession for Red Square, the filly should have enough to break her maiden on the polytrack.

3.05 Lingfield - Shamlaan

Fledgling Belgian trainer Kevin Philippart De Foy learned from the best in Criquette Head and he sends the consistent Shamlaan to Lingfield.

Never out of the top three in his last five races, the Mehmas colt was a course and distance winner last time out.

Switching from Dave O'Meara to the De Foy stables in Newmarket can freshen Shamlaan up further.

A three pounds rise isn't unworkable and the Mehmas gelding could well follow up over this sharp five furlong dash.

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1.10 Redcar - King Of Tonga

The David O'Meara trained King Of Tonga has competed at Class 2 level and also won at Newmarket on heavy going and may well have too much for his rivals in this lowly seller.

Often there or there abouts in the Middleham Park syndicate colours, the five-year-old finished second last time out at Lingfield over seven furlongs.

This soft ground mile should be more up his street and apprentice Mark Winn hops on board, taking off a hefty seven pounds.

It won't take much to win this and King Of Tonga should be sitting pretty come the winning post at Redcar.

2.10 Redcar - Barshaa

Simon and Ed Crisford are further up and coming Newmarket trainers and this filly has been patiently brought up to the boil this year.

Effective on both the all-weather and turf, Barshaa won over a mile on Polytrack on his penultimate start then followed up on the grass at Bath.

Barshaa finished second at Haydock on heavy ground in May so the soft conditions should be no problem for the daughter of Dubawi.

A three pounds rise shouldn't be enough to stop the Crisford's hardy performer from claiming the hat-trick in the North East.

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