Tuesday's Hereford racing tips: Jaytee to get off the mark

Planet Sport tipsters mark your card for the racing action from Hereford on Tuesday, January 4.

The postman will be bringing those New Year bills any day now, why not grab yourself a few winners at Hereford to ease the pain.

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Here's a quick snapshot of Tuesday's selections. Click on the horse's name to have a punt with Planet Sport Bet.

Jaytee (12.45 Hereford)

Unfinished Busines (13.45 Hereford)

Mr Washington (13.45 Hereford)

Call Me Lord (14.15 Hereford)

Ivilnoble (14.50 Hereford)

On Time (15.20 Hereford)

Jobesgreen Lad (15.50 Hereford)

Here's a bit more detail on our highlighted tips below.

12.45 Hereford - Jaytee

Jaytee ran a tremendous race on his second start following 650 days off the track and can be rewarded with victory in the Watch Off The Fence On attheraces.com Conditional Jockeys' Novices' Handicap Hurdle.

The Ian Williams-trained gelding was outstayed by Glimpse Of Gala at Warwick after being left in the lead when Jet Plane came down at the final flight.

Being dropped a furlong and a half in trip can see Jaytee get off the mark at the eighth attempt.

13.45 Hereford - Mr Washington

Mr Washington can make his stamina count in the Sky Sports Racing 415 Handicap Hurdle.

Already proven over three and a quarter miles with a win at Warwick last winter, this similar trip will not inconvenience Tom Symonds' stayer.

He has run creditably in two starts since returning from a nine-month break.

Successful on his comeback at Chepstow in November when he held Guillemot by a neck, Mr Washington was just held by Quick Draw at Uttoxeter on his latest outing.

He lost nothing in defeat and can make amends.

14.15 Hereford - Call Me Lord

High-class hurdler Call Me Lord is expected to get off the mark over fences in the Follow @AtTheRaces On Twitter Novices' Chase.

Nicky Henderson's charge has won four races over the smaller obstacles since arriving in Britain in 2017, including Grade Two triumphs at Sandown and Cheltenham.

Having come up short in smart company last season, Henderson has decided to switch disciplines with his charge this term and he made his fencing debut at Uttoxeter last month.

While ultimately well-beaten in fourth place, Call Me Lord was carrying a big weight in a soft ground handicap and should strip fitter for the run.

If he can run close to his hurdles mark of 144, he should prove very hard to beat.

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