Thursday’s Huntingdon racing tips: Thundersockssundae the sweet pick for Fergal O’Brien

Some Spring jumps action in Cambridgeshire on Thursday, May 5 and Planet Sports are hungry for winners in Huntingdon. Thundersocksundae can add the sprinkles to a good day’s racing.

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We've got a handy list here from all eight races on a packed card at Huntingdon.

Saligo Bay (13.40 Huntingdon)

Achy Breaky Heart (14.15 Huntingdon)

Malina Jamila (14.50 Huntingdon)

One For Billy (15.20 Huntingdon)

Forever Des Longs (15.55 Huntingdon)

Thundersockssundae (16.30 Huntingdon)

Dominic's Fault (17.05 Huntingdon)

Le Bruil (17.35 Huntingdon)

Here's some finer detail on Planet Sport's three top picks from Huntingdon to take a look at.

13.40 Huntingdon - Saligo Bay

Gary Moore's consistent four-year-old can add to his winning tally in the Pertemps Medical Professionals Nursing Novices' Handicap Hurdle.

A win last time out at Plumpton ended a long run of second places and came in fine style by seven and a half lengths.

With a manageable weight and Jamie Moore in the saddle, Saligo Bay looks a solid pick here.

16.30 Huntingdon - Thundersockssundae

Bit of a mouthful this one in more ways than one, Fergal O'Brien's seven-year-old is looking for back-to back course and distance victories.

A winner last month over the peculiar two miles, seven and a half furlongs distance obviously stands Thundersockssundae in good stead for the Pertemps Medical Professionals Compliance Novices' Handicap Chase.

Paddy Brennan takes the ride with Thundersockssundae having a sweet chance of the follow up.

17.05 Huntingdon - Dominic's Fault

A really competitive Pertemps Medical Professionals Payroll Open Maiden NH Flat Race can go the way of Olly Murphy's Dominic's Fault.

Owned by leading racing Diana Whateley who also has the likes of Thomas Darby with Murphy, Dominic's Fault has some serious breeding being sired by the Epsom Derby winning Camelot.

Time will tell if the five-year-old stays two miles but if he does he could take some stopping under the experienced Aidan Coleman.

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