November 4 Racing Tips and Odds: Elle Est Belle the beautiful choice at Newbury

There’s a nip in the air and Planet Sport are packing the Thermos for some real National Hunt action at Newbury, Ludlow and Sedgefield. Anyone for a Bovril?

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

Rainyday Woman (12.30 Ludlow)

Broomfield Burg (12.55 Newbury)

Brother Pat (1.12 Sedgefield)

Elle Est Belle (2.00 Newbury)

Angels Landing (2.40 Ludlow)

Latino Fling (2.45 Sedgefield)

We start at Newbury where the elder statesman of British jumps racing, Nicky Henderson, sends a two-time winner sniffing the hat-trick. Never dismiss a Henderson runner…

12.55 Newbury - Broomfield Burg

Nicky Henderson is just getting going with his autumn string and he teams up with the legendary owner JP McManus at Newbury.

Broomfield Burg couldn't have been any more impressive in his last two wins, prevailing by a combined eighteen lengths at Southwell and Warwick under Nico De Boinville.

Brorson, the second at Southwell, has gone on to register a close second at Cheltenham in a Class 3, which is a decent form indicator for Broomfield Burg.

A hat-trick can be claimed here with Henderson's five-year-old contesting better events as the trees lose their leaves.

The Paul Nicholls trained Silent Revolution can present the main danger, a beaten favourite last time out, a wind operation can tease out some improvement.

2.00 Newbury - Elle Est Belle

Dan Skelton's mare already has some pleasing high-end performances with a third in the Champion Bumper at Cheltenham and a second in a Grade 2 bumper at Aintree.

That should put the five-year-old plum on for this novices' hurdle at Newbury, having been schooled extensively by Team Skelton.

In fact, Elle Est Belle hasn't been out of the top three in any of her career starts and looks destined for a decent career.

Harry Skelton will know everything there is to know about this mare and a beautiful performance is in store.

The brilliantly monikered Ahorsewithnoname can cause a bit of trouble, being a three time winner for Brian Ellison before switching to Nicky Henderson and registering a second place at Newbury.

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12.30 Ludlow - Rainyday Woman

Who better than top female jockey Bryony Frost to partner Paul Nicholls' promising Rainyday Woman.

A tenth place last time out in a Sandown bumper would have knocked a bit of confidence but a subsequent wind procedure may have done the trick.

Indeed, the six-year-old mare produced a couple of wins on the spin in 2020 at Stratford and Huntingdon and can get back on track at Ludlow.

There's no more natural horsewoman than Frost to nurture Rainyday Woman to victory in this winnable maiden hurdle.

Dan Skelton's newcomer Yvette Guilbert has French roots and can prove a gallic pain to Rainyday Woman.

2.40 Ludlow - Angels Landing

This Ian Williams three-year-old was engaged at Musselburgh but was then pulled for the sedate surroundings of Ludlow and what looks like an easier test.

A 20/1 winner last time out on the flat at Kempton, Angels Landing is in good hands with Williams as the filly turns her attention to hurdling.

A keeping on second in a maiden fillies' handicap at Ffos Las suggests she is a willing runner.

Robert Dunne gets the leg up and Angels Landing is worth the flutter.

Boulette was previously with Jim Bolger and has the potential to cause Angels Landing a few problems after a second, last time out for Nigel Hawke.

1.12 Sedgefield - Brother Pat

There's plenty of brotherly love for Brother Pat at Donald McCain's Cholmondeley stables.

Several of the stable staff have his name tattooed about their person after a trio of recent wins.

Brother Pat was a mighty 11 length winner last time out in a novices' chase at Plumpton and before that, scored at Worcester and Market Rasen.

If the McCain staff love Brother Pat enough to get inked, there must be something about him and he can take this staying chase at Sedgefield.

Oliver Greenall's Lex Talionis can get in amongst it with top jockey Brian Hughes on board.

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2.45 Sedgefield - Latino Fling

Latino Fling can bring the heat to a chilly Sedgefield after finishing third in as many races for Stella Barclay.

Now switched to the in-form Donald McCain, Latino Fling gets the talented Brian Hughes as the jockey booking and the pair can get this mare's head in front.

Latino Fling started out in Ireland, winning a maiden over three miles, so Thursday's two mile, four furlong heat should be within range.

McCain can chalk up another win as long as this Latino flings herself over the obstacles.

Ian Williams' Chosen Shant is knocking on the door of a win and can give Latino Fling most to do.

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