September 28 Racing Tips: Strong Team can put in strapping run at Sedgefield

Planet Sport return with Tuesday tips from Worcester, Sedgefield and Wolverhampton. There's a blue pick and one very red one from none other than Sir Alex Ferguson at decent odds.

With rain forecast, Planet Sport can keep you bright and breezy with some hot tips at Worcester, Sedgefield and Wolverhampton.

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Mr Caplan (2.35 Sedgefield)

Blue Sans (3.28 Worcester)

Strong Team (3.42 Sedgefield)

Percy's Word (5.00 Worcester)

Arabic Charm (6.30 Wolverhampton)

Florence Street (8.00 Wolverhampton)

3.28 Worcester - Blue Sans

This little mare typifies the Fergal O'Brien operation in punching above her weight in game fashion.

The Cotswolds based O'Brien leads the Jumps Trainers' Championship at this early stage and sends Blue Sans back to Worcester after a course and distance win early in the month.

Blue Sans clearly has a penchant for Worcester hurdles, finishing second over two miles and seven furlongs on her penultimate start at the track .

Paddy Brennan gets the leg up on the six year-old who hasn't finished out of the top two in her last four starts. A mare with plenty of heart, if Brennan can get her settled then there's no reason why Blue Sans backers won't be painting the town red.

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5.00 Worcester - Percy's Word

The Dan and Harry Skelton team look like they have everything in their locker to become forces in the jumps game.

A son of Derby winner Sir Percy, Percy's Word won a pair of hurdles at local track Stratford in August and did so in gritty fashion.

The drop back to a bang-on two miles should suit and with Champion Jumps Jockey Harry Skelton up top, you won't find a rider with a better brief this Tuesday.

Although carrying an extra six pounds, Percy's Word can speak loud and clear as to his ability in this middling hurdle.

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2.35 Sedgefield - Mr Caplan

Gordon Elliott hasn't been pulling up any trees since his return from a ban but has the ability to take this Class 4 hurdle at the North East track.

A short head winner of a competitive maiden hurdle at Wexford in July, Mr Caplan then went on to finish second at Tramore to Quirt Evans, the horse he had defeated at Wexford.

Both runs were over two miles and four and half furlongs, meaning Mr Caplan should get Tuesday's trip over the Irish sea.

Elliott hasn't made many raids over to Britain recently but did send a winner to Perth in the form of O Connell Street this month.

Under Sean Bowen, Mr Caplan looks the type to take this by the scruff of the neck for a trainer with something to prove.

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3.42 Sedgefield - Strong Team

Chasing the hat-trick, Strong Team won by three and a quarter lengths last time out at Kelso over two miles and two furlongs.

Before that, a course and distance win was eye-catching with a visor applied to the eight year-old gelding.

A six pounds rise should be manageable and the return of young jockey Oakley Brown, who won on Strong Team at Kelso is a positive for this conditionals' contest.

Strong Team has everything needed to put in a resolute showing at Sedgefield.

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6.30 Wolverhampton - Arabic Charm

If there is any team capable of getting a horse back on track it is the superlative Godolphin setup who saddle Arabic Charm in the 6.30.

A fifth of five was pretty abject for the four year-old at Sandown but the Exceed and Exel filly did win two seven furlong races over the summer at Brighton and Chelmsford.

That Chelmsford win on the all-weather saw the Godolphin filly make all the running and if she can reproduce that bullish effort under super-jock Oisin Murphy then Arabic Charm's price will be all the more agreeable.

There could be more to come from this Saeed Bin Suroor charge at Wolves.

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8.00 Wolverhampton - Florence Street

To quote Forrest Gump, Andrew Balding and Oisin Murphy go together like peas and carrots, with the two time champion jockey learning the ropes at Kingsclere.

They team up again at Wolverhampton with the Sir Alex Ferguson owned Florence Street, who has found wins illusive in some fairly valuable contests this summer.

Yet, a fourth in a £15,000 fillies' handicap at Haydock on September 12 was somewhat of a renaissance for the three-year old who kept on well in defeat.

A second at 7/1 in a one mile handicap at Newbury under Murphy suggests that Florence Street gets on well with the inimitable Irishman.

It can be a one way road to some nice returns for Florence Street who arrives in the best of hands.