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Leicester afternoon racing tips: Best bets for Tuesday, February 27

Tuesday afternoon jumps meeting at Leicester on February and the Planet Sport tipsters are on the hunt for more big winners to help you fill your wallet with cash.

First up some details on our four selected horses at Leicester, then there's a full list of tips at the bottom of the page.

Don't forget to check out the full racecard, results and live odds in Planet Sport's racing live centre.

Chons da and please gamble responsibly.

(Please be aware selections could become non-runners after article's first publication)

 

14:35 (Leicester) Hatos

Hatos bids to complete a February hat-trick in the Fernie Handicap Chase.

The seven-year-old’s two prior victories this month came in heavy ground and by comfortable margins too, and he looks set to encounter similar conditions as he seeks to record another success.

The Anthony Honeyball-trained gelding is in fact unbeaten when the official going is heavy, and while a 6lb hike for his latest triumph clearly makes life tougher, he might just have another win in him.

 

15:35 (Leicester) Lincoln Lyn

Tom Gretton’s Lincoln Lyn can continue a productive winter in the Belvoir Mares’ Handicap Chase.

The eight-year-old has hit upon a good run of form for the yard, winning last time out and placing second by just half a length the time before, and she does not look to be finished just yet.

 

16:35 (Leicester) Espoir De Teillee

 

Espoir De Teillee can take the Jumping For Fun Open Hunters’ Chase for Ben Brookhouse.

The 12-year-old has not been seen under rules since disappointing at odds-on in hunter chase company in May of last year, but did recently prove his well-being with victory in the point-to-point sphere.

Rated in the mid-140s at his peak, Espoir De Teillee is clearly not the force of old, but he should still have enough about him to make his presence felt at this level.

 

17:10 (Leicester) Iskandar Pecos

Iskandar Pecos showed plenty of ability on testing ground at Haydock recently when a runner-up tackling 2m6f, so will be a leading contender contender here.

Fine Investment found success last time attempting a point-to-point over 3m on heavy going and should be put on your shortlist.

Ultra Viers holds claims if at best and could feature alongside The Creadan Rogue who placed third contesting a point-to-point last month.

 

Leicester selections in full:

LEICESTER: 2.35 Hatos, 3.05 Flemen’s Tipple, 3.35 Lincoln Lyn, 4.05 No Tackle, 4.35 Espoir De Teillee, 5.10 Iskandar Pecos.

 

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