Tuesday’s Exeter racing tips: Wetanwindy to storm home for Milton Harris

Down to Exeter on Tuesday, April 5 and the West County track has a competitive card in the build up to the Grand National at Aintree on Saturday. Wetanwindy can blow away the field.

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Here's a quick reference list to Planet Sports picks from the seven races at Exeter on Tuesday, April 5.

Ring The Moon (13.50 Exeter)

Get Back Get Back (14.25 Exeter)

Wicked West (15.00 Exeter)

Wetanwindy (15.35 Exeter)

San Augustin (16.10 Exeter)

Trixter (16.50 Exeter)

Rolling Dylan (17.20 Exeter)

Here's some finer detail on Planet Sport's three main picks from Exeter.

14.25 Exeter - Get Back Get Back

Harry Fry's Get Back Get Back has placed second in an astounding four out of his last five runs.

Connections must be desperate for their seven-year-old to get his head in front and Get Back Get Back looks to have a fine chance in the City Of Exeter Challenge Cup Handicap Hurdle.

The experienced Nick Schofield gets the ride and the trip seems ideal for the distance winner.

15.35 Exeter - Wetanwindy

Milton Harris is the king of placing horses and he may have found a good race for Wetandwindy in the Watch Racing TV Now Novices' Handicap Hurdle.

With very little quality in opposition, Wetandwindy can go one better than his last outing at Wincanton where he finished second as a beaten favourite.

Winning this one won't take much but Wetandwindy should have enough to breeze past the field.

17.20 Exeter - Rolling Dylan

Races like the Totnes And Bridgetown Races Company Ltd Open Hunters' Chase can be notoriously difficult to predict but if the Grand Military Cup form holds up, then Rolling Dylan should take this.

The victory in the Sandown race for amateur military jockeys was taken in bold style by Major Charlie O'Shea.

Ella Herbison takes the reins this time and the Philip Hobbs charge should have too much at the business end here.

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