Tuesday’s Nottingham racing tips: Noon Star to shine for Sir Michael Stoute

Planet Sport aim to have the bookies tied up in Notts with top picks from Nottingham on Tuesday, April 26. Noon Star can eclipse the rest for Sir Michael Stoute.

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Here's a quick reference list of Planet Sport's picks from Nottingham on Tuesday, April 26.

Lost Angel (14.00 Nottingham)

I Am The Sea (14.30 Nottingham)

Convection (15.00 Nottingham)

Sunrise Valley (15.30 Nottingham)

Noon Star (16.05 Nottingham) entries

Tribal Art (16.40 Nottingham)

Iur Cinn Tra (17.15 Nottingham)

Here's some further information on Planet Sport's three main picks from Nottingham.

14.00 Nottingham - Lost Angel

Clive Cox produces some seriously classy sprinters and his Lost Angel can get his head in front in the Watch On Racing TV Fillies' Novice Stakes.

By the talented Dark Angel, Lost Angel has already come third on debut in a Class 4 at Newmarket.

That keeping on run at HQ will stand Lost Angel in good stead and there seems little to stop this one collecting his halo here.

16.05 Newmarket - Noon Star

A valuable British EBF Supporting Racing To School Nottinghamshire Oaks Stakes can go the way of Sir Michael Stoute's Noon Star.

A sixth in the Group 2 Ribblesdale Stakes at Ascot last time was decent form and the filly can assert herself in Class 1 company.

Ryan Moore takes the reins on the Juddmonte runner with Noon Star also having entries in such top races as the Pretty Polly Stakes to look forward to.

16.40 Nottingham - Tribal Art

The Johnston's Tribal Art is in good form over one miles and six furlongs and can make an imprint on the Visit racingtv.com Handicap.

A distance winner last time out, the four-year-old prevailed at Wolverhampton over the tricky distance which requires both speed and staying power.

Owned by leading patron Sheikh Hamdan, the Farhh gelding should be able to paint himself into proceedings.

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