Wednesday’s Ffos Las Racing Tips: Emir Sacree to rule for Nicky Henderson

There’s a highly competitive jumps card in Wales on Wednesday, December 5 and Planet Sport have picks from all seven races. Emire Sacree can leave his rivals feeling blue for Nicky Henderson.

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

Phillipa Sue (12.40 Ffos Las)

Kingston King (13.10 Ffos Las)

Sabbathical (13.45 Ffos Las)

Emir Sacree (14.20 Ffos Las)

Getaweapon (14.55 Ffos Las)

Fairlawn Flyer (15.25 Ffos Las)

Hunter Legend (16.00 Ffos Las)

Here's some more detail on Planet Sport's top picks from Ffos Las on Wednesday, December 5.

15.25 Ffos Las - Fairlawn Flyer

Welshman Peter Bowen does well at Ffos Las and his capable Fairlawn Flyer did well in 2021.

Twice a winner in his past four runs, the last victory was over course and distance in November.

A seven pounds raise isn't unworkable and Sean Bowen takes the ride on the chaser in fine fettle for the Cazoo Handicap Chase.

14.20 Ffos Las - Emir Sacree

Heavy hitter Nicky Henderson sends Emir Sacree to Wales on the hunt for a second winter win in the West Wales Raiders Novices' Limited Handicap Chase. 

The son of Network won well at Carlisle on his penultimate start, putting four and half lengths between himself and Olly Murphy's Notre Pari.

A subsequent second in a Class 3 at Doncaster is solid enough form and an extra half furlongs in Wales shouldn't be a problem.

Henderson is very patient with his charges and the lightly raced Emir Sacre can continue his good form here under James Bowen who retains the ride on this French import.

14.55 Ffos Las - Getaweapon

This small-runner field in the JR Events & Catering Mares' Handicap Hurdle can be taken out by Kim Bailey's progressive Getaweapon who looks to be going the right way.

Wind surgery seemed to do the trick and brought about a dogged second on heavy going three days ago at Exeter.

The point to point graduate is well regarded by Bailey and obviously considered a staying candidate for the step up to two miles, six furlongs with a quick turnaround.

David Bass gets the leg up with Getaweapon loaded.

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