November 24 Racing Tips and Odds: Marilyn Monroe the pin-up pick at Hereford

Planet Sport return with top tips for Wednesday, November 24 at Hereford, Wetherby and Kempton. There’s a Lady Rockstar strutting her stuff for William Haggas and a trip to Red Square for the Gosdens.

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Away At Dawn (12.45 Wetherby)

Lindwall (13.15 Wetherby)

Nikap (14.40 Hereford)

Marilyn Monroe (15.10 Hereford) 

Lady Rockstar (19.15 Kempton)

Red Square (19.45 Kempton)

We start at Hereford, home of the famous bull that walks round the pitch at Hereford FC, and we've got a pair of tips that should be moo-sic to your ears. Evan Williams hops over the Welsh border, chasing a hat-trick.

14.40 Hereford: Nikap

The switch from Nigel Hawke to Evan Williams has done Nikap the world of good, leading to a two race winning streak.

The seven-year-old mare by Kapgarde won a two mile chase by two and a half lengths at Ffos Las and then followed up at Fontwell in a Class 3 match race that obliterated her lone rival Will Victory by 37 lengths.

Adam Wedge retains the ride with Nikap looking good to take the three-timer.

In opposition, Fergal O'Brien's Josie Abbing is hit and miss but can run Nikap close after a Fontwell win in September.

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15.10 Hereford - Marilyn Monroe

Anthony Honeyball's eight-year-old put in a bombshell performance last time out to win a Wincanton novices' chase.

The mare ran on well to hold off Colin TIzzard's My Lady Grey to show she had grit to go with the gears.

A seven pounds penalty is manageable if Rex Dingle can get Marilyn Monroe settled.

The horse is owned by the Some Like It Hot group and Marilyn Monroe has what it takes to get the bookies hot under the collar.

Meanwhile, the Charlie Longsdon trained Champagne Noir can add a little fizz to proceedings in opposition.

12.45 Wetherby - Away At Dawn

Brian Hughes rattled in his 100th winner of the season with November not even out and he can add another winner with Away At Dawn.

The Donald McCain six-year-old has not been out of the top two in his last four starts with three seconds and a first.

That first came on his penultimate start at Hexham, winning by a strong sevens lengths from Sue Smith's Burrows Diamond who opposes again on Wednesday.

Hughes can make the most of this small field chase.

Trooper Turnbull can shoot from the hip for Rose Dobbin after a last time out third at Kelso.

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13.15 Wetherby - Lindwall

This gelding by Australia racked up three wins over the summer on the flat for Sir Mark Prescott.

Running at the more testing flat distance of one mile, six furlongs, the three-year-old won at Lingfield, Wolverhampton and Chelmsford on the all-weather.

Now sent hurdling, Lindwall should be fighting fit for Donald McCain and, with the plum ride of Brian Hughes, can outperform his odds.

In opposition, likely favourite Tarseem has an obvious claim for Team Skelton after falling when in with a shot last time at Huntingdon.

19.15 Kempton - Lady Rockstar

In contrast to her wild name, Lady Rockstar is an ultra-consistent filly who hasn't been out of the top three in any of her previous five starts.

William Haggas' three-year-old showed a penchant for the all-weather last time out at Wolverhampton, winning her maiden by a good 12 lengths from Godolphin's Toromona.

Before that, Lady Rockstar performed well at Sandown, finishing second on the turf over an extended one mile two furlong trip. The mile at Kempton should offer no stamina concerns.

Ciaron Fallon gets the ride on this daughter of Frankel and Lady Rockstar can raise the roof at Kempton.

Ed Walker can make the waters choppy for Lady Rockstar with his Stormy Antarctic who finished a strong second in a Class 1 at Newmarket in late October.

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19.45 Kempton - Red Square

John and Thady Gosden have been knocking on the door with Red Square and the Frankel filly has the ability to finally shake the maiden tag.

Finishing second to the Crisford's Famous Star was no disgrace and the three-year-old can go one better at a distance that suits.

The combination of John and Thady Gosden and jockey Robert Havlin can be lethal with the combination having a winner on Tuesday at Wolverhampton.

Backing Red Square is certainly no game of Russian roulette for backers who can leave the bookies feeling blue.

Andrew Balding's La Hulotte looks interesting in opposition at a price, being a course winner last time out.

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