Tuesday’s Newmarket racing tips: Smooth sailing for Master Of The Seas

The Grand National is gone and now flat racing is back with a bang at Newmarket. Godolphin send a couple of class types and Master Of The Seas can cut the rest adrift.

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Here's a quick list of Planet Sport's picks from Newmarket on Tuesday, April 12.

Lost Angel (13.15 Newmarket)

Stone Of Destiny (13.50 Newmarket)

New Science (14.25 Newmarket)

Master Of The Seas (15.00 Newmarket)

Perfect News (15.35 Newmarket)

Crenelle (16.10 Newmarket)

Here's some more detail on Planet Sport's beautifully bred picks at HQ on Tuesday, April 12.

14.25 Newmarket - New Science

Godolphin send New Science the 10 minutes from their Newmarket base to take on the bet365 European Free Handicap.

Charlie Appleby's three-year-old Lope De Vega colt has already had a spin this year in the Jumeirah Classic at Meydan where he finished third.

That should put New Science bang on for this ahead of a possible crack at the 2000 Guineas at the end of the month.

15.00 Newmarket - Master Of The Seas

Planet Sport are backing Appleby for a quick fire double with Master Of The Seas liable to take the bet365 Earl Of Sefton Stakes.

The winner of the Craven Stakes at this meeting last year, Master Of The Seas then went for the Group 1 Queen Elizabeth II Stakes at Ascot.

While he wasn't quite that level yet, a Lockinge entry suggests he should have enough to go well in this.

15.35 Newmarket - Perfect News

While George Boughey's Cachet has clear potential, we're going with a touch of value from fellow Newmarket trainer William Haggas in the Lanwades Stud Nell Gwyn Stakes.

Perfect News is a course and distance winner over seven furlongs at HQ, taking a nice nursery last September.

The well bred Frankel filly retains a 1000 Guineas entry for classy trainer Haggas and it'll be no surprise to see the 2-year-old come on for some maturing time over the New Year.

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