October 12 Racing Tips: Just don't think you understand Achy Breaky Heart's chance at Huntingdon

There's a strong mix of flat and jumps action and Planet Sport have a regal tip at Leicester, a blooming great punt at Hereford and a Billy Ray Cyrus inspired hit at Huntingdon on Tuesday, October 12.

The official end of the Flat racing season is nearly upon us, and the jumps are starting to more into view. We have a good mixture of both in Tuesday's hot tips.

Here's a quick snapshot of today's selection. Click on the horse's name to have a punt with Planet Sport Bet.

Presenting Yeats (3.23 Hereford)

Peltwell (3.40 Huntingdon)

Motawaajed (3.50 Leicester)

Achy Breaky Heart (4.15 Huntingdon)

Future King (4.55 Leicester)

Tiger Orchid (5.07 Hereford)

3.50 Leicester - Motawaajed

Trained by William Haggas and owned by Shadwell Estate, this three year-old comes with serious credentials.

Twice a winner at seven furlongs this summer, Motawaajed suffered a slight blip in fourth last time out at Doncaster but that was in a valuable race worth over £20,000.

This Class 2 looks more winnable and the addition of Shadwell retained jockey Jim Crowley, who won on the gelding at Lingfield, is a real positive.

The only slight concern would be the soft going at Leicester but with drying conditions, this can tilt in the direction of Motawaajed, who may well have too much progression for his rivals here.

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4.55 Leicester - Future King

Team Godolphin are having a fantastic season, winning over £5 million in prize money and this competitive seven furlongs can go the way of the boys in blue.

Saeed Bin Suroor's Dark Angel gelding won on his second appearance at Newcastle over Tuesday's distance on the all-weather. Pat Cosgrave nudged the four year-old to a comfortable one and three quarter length win and Future King can build on that at Leicester.

Any horse that carries Oisin Murphy is in for a real ride with the young jockey looking to seal his third Champion Jockey title in a row.

Future King can live up to his name and go on to better things with a regal performance at Leicester.

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3.23 Hereford - Presenting Yeats

This five-year-old will have to go some to live up to his sire Yeats but he has inherited the star stayer's consistency at least.

The Milton Harris five year-old hasn't finished out of the top three in any of his last five starts, winning his last at Warwick over three miles, one furlong.

Presenting Yeats showed a certain toughness to fight back at Warwick after being headed in the final furlong but pushing on for a three quarter of a length win.

With a manageable weight and the capable Paddy Brennan on board, Presenting Yeats may well have more to offer.

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5.07 Hereford - Tiger Orchid

A three runner affair in the lucky last at Hereford can go the way of Dr Richard Newland's Tiger Orchid.

The six year-old beat the highly regarded First Street of the Nicky Henderson stable in a bumper on his penultimate start which stacks up as solid form.

A spin over hurdles last time out at Perth was pretty much over as soon as it began with a massive error at the first flight that the gelding never really recovered from.

Jersey Lady presents the main danger but if Sam Twiston-Davies can get Tiger Orchid into a rhythm then, the odds-on shot can be turned over at Hereford.

Tiger Orchid can bloom over the two miles.

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3.40 Huntingdon - Peltwell

Neil Mulholland's hardy mare was in rare form in the Spring, winning four races on the bounce over hurdles, culminating in a three and a half length win over Frightened Rabbit at Hexham.

Three of those wins came over Tuesday's two mile trip and a seven pounds rise after victory at Wincanton could not stop further victories at Wetherby and Newcastle.

Although high enough in the weights, the summer break will have done Peltwell the world of good and Mulholland's eight year old could be ready to start where she left off.

The reliable Tom Scudamore gets the leg up, fresh from a win for David Pipe last weekend.

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4.15 Huntingdon - Achy Breaky Heart

I just don't think you understand how good a chance this Billy Ray Cyrus inspired mare has in winning at Huntingdon.

Milton Harris' horses aren't in bad form of late and Achy Breaky Heart has finished second on his last two starts, with the last run coming at Huntingdon.

Achy Breaky Heart ran with credit over three miles and two furlongs on his penultimate start at Newton Abbot so stamina isn't a problem.

Decent conditional Mitchell Bastyan gets the ride as Achy Breaky Heart looks to turn those seconds into a first and off a reasonable mark, this could well be the time.

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