September 21 Racing Tips: Golden War to bring the fight to Beverley

Wondering who to back in Tuesday’s racing action? Wonder no more as Planet Sport have a smooth as silk tip from Beverley, a pen pick at Warwick and a choice that will go like greased lightning.

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Discomatic (1.00 Lingfield)

Silky Wilkie (1.20 Beverley)

Golden War (1.55 Beverley)

Sir Tivo (2.45 Warwick)

Emblem Empire (3.45 Lingfield)

Pens Man (4.30 Warwick)

Our first tip isn't automatic or hydromatic but it's certainly Discomatic for Andrew Balding at Lingfield.

1.00 Lingfield - Discomatic

A winner last time out at Brighton on the turf, Discomatic heads to Lingfield aiming to go like greased lightning down the polytrack mile.

Always there or there abouts, Balding's three year-old finished a decent third in a female amateur jockeys' race at Salisbury at 20/1 on his penultimate start.

He then headed to south coast track Brighton for a Class 5 mile handicap, in which Discomatic won well enough under Hayley Turner as 7/4 favourite.

Discomatic is in his groove and can win this modest contest for the handler chasing the Champion Trainer gong.

3.45 Lingfield - Emblem Empire

Sired by 2000 Guineas winning Coolmore stallion Gleneagles, Emblem Empire represents the powerful John and Thady Gosden yard.

A second last time out at Kempton arguably represents the best form out of this inexperienced bunch. The Gosdens' three year-old finished behind Mo'assess at Kempton with the Godolphin winner going on to run fifth in a decent Class 2 handicap contest.

It won't take a Mishriff to win this all-weather one mile and two furlongs for the Gosdens and Emblem Empire should use his racecourse form to record a first win under Robert Havlin.

1.20 Beverley - Silky Wilkie

Out of useful sire Mehmas, Silky Wilkie has been knock, knock knocking on the door with four second places in a row and this could be the day he rings the bell.

Owned by a Middleham Park Racing syndicate, Silkie Wilkie had found a single horse too good on his last four outings, finishing second at York twice and then at Sandown and Catterick.

Five furlongs seems a sound trip for the two year-old colt, trained by Karl Burke and with Clifford Lee aboard, Silky Wilkie can put in an uncrumpled performance from a fair mark at Beverley in this sprint.

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1.55 Beverley - Golden War

Another inexperienced field of novices but Golden War comes with a classy trainer and owner combination.

The two year-old is sent to Beverley by Charles Hills for owner Lady Bamford whose King Of Comedy finished second in the Joel Stakes at Newmarket.

Lady Bamford's maroon silks are worn this time around by Paul Mulrennan aboard the bay gelding who finished second last time out at Tuesday's course.

Golden War second at the Yorkshire track came behind a reasonable sort in the Gosdens' Implore who contested a nice Class 2 at Doncaster on September 8.

It'll be love not war for Charles Hills' charge if Golden War comes in.

2.45 Warwick - Sir Tivo

A consistent sort over the summer jumps, Chester based trainer Gary Hanmer has got a tune out of Sir Tivo with a trio of wins since June.

In fact, the seven year-old gelding by Deportivo hasn't finished outside the top three in his last six starts and looks set for another bold showing at Warwick.

Sir Tivo's opening 2021 win came at Stratford, just down the road from Warwick in a good ground two mile, one furlong chase, similar to Tuesday's contest.

Since then, the French bred Sir Tivo has won chases at Southwell and Bangor-on-Dee before recording a solid second last time out at the Welsh track.

A solid round of jumping should see Sir Tivo in a winning position once again.

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4.30 Warwick - Pens Man

Decent conditional jockey Kevin Brogan gets the leg up on Pens Man, a recent winner at Uttoxeter.

By Sholokhov, who also sired Cheltenham Gold Cup winner Don Cossack, Pens Man represents the experienced Jonjo O'Neill team in this two mile, four furlong chase.

Pens Man had mixed form over hurdles, including a second in a Fontwell handicap in 2020 but took to chasing well with a dogged one and half length win from Le Pogues Storm over Tuesday's distance at Uttoxeter.

With meagre competition there seems little to stop Pens Man writing his way into proceedings with back-to-back wins.

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