Wednesday’s Newton Abbot racing tips: Without being cheesy, Camembert Electric a brie-rly gouda pick

Some proper Spring jumps action down at Newton Abbot on Wednesday, May 4 and Planet Sport are ready to knock it out of the park. Camembert Electric is ready to Roqueforte.

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Here's a quick list of Planet Sport's eight picks from Newton Abbot on Wednesday, May 4.

Hang In There (13.15 Newton Abbot)

Rouge Vif (13.50 Newton Abbot)

Largy G (14.25 Newton Abbot)

Greystoke (15.00 Newton Abbot)

The Macon Lugnatic (15.30 Newton Abbot)

Romain De Senam (16.00 Newton Abbot)

Karannelle (16.30 Newton Abbot)

Camembert Electric (17.05 Newton Abbot)

You didn't think we'd leave you without some more detail on our three main picks did you?

14.25 Newton Abbot - Largy G

There's few with much in the way of recent form in the Sky Sports Racing On Sky 415 Mares' Novices' Hurdle.

Noel Willams' Largy G however was a winner of a Grade 2 at Newbury last month, seeing off no less than Nina The Terrier in the process, so she gets our vote.

Clearly a mare who can stay, Largy G can make a big impact under Tom O'Brien

15.30 Newton Abbot - The Macon Lugnatic

An entirely sane suggestion, Ben Pauling's The Macon Lugnatic can clinch the St Austell Brewery Handicap Hurdle.

Running at a decent level recently, The Macon Lugnatic finished a reasonable fifth last time out in a competitive Class 2 at Haydock.

More than capable of staying, this eight-year-old looks on a workable mark and can get his head in front under conditional rider Luca Morgan who takes off three pounds.

17.05 Newton Abbot- Camembert Electric

This can be easy-cheesy for Camembert Electric in the Watch Free Race Replays On Mares' Handicap Hurdle.

Tom Lacey's six-year-old was a good winner on her penultimate start at Wetherby and is maturing into a capable performer.

Jockey Stan Sheppard can curds and whey in a winner here.

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