Timeform bring you the three best bets at Beverley on Tuesday.
"...shapes as if the longer trip will unlock further progress..."
Timeform on Red Glory
Come Quick showed plenty of ability when beaten just a short head on his debut at Pontefract three weeks ago, looking the likeliest winner at one stage (hit a low of 1.01 in-running) before being edged out in the final strides. That experience should stand him in good stead in this novice event, so he is fancied to prove too strong for some interesting newcomers to open his account.
Debawtry shaped encouragingly and was possibly unlucky not to win when third over this course and distance last time. She was forced to wait for a gap entering the final two furlongs and did well under the circumstances to finish as close as she did, staying on strongly once in the clear to be beaten just a head. She is only 1 lb higher in the weights here and should mount a bold bid to gain compensation.
Red Glory took a significant step forward when fifth on his handicap debut/reappearance at Nottingham last month, staying on well to be beaten only three lengths. He can race from the same mark here and shapes as if the longer trip will unlock further progress. This looks a good opportunity for him to open his account at a venue where trainer Ed Dunlop has enjoyed plenty of success in recent seasons (22% strike rate).
TIMELESS SOUL - 16:45 Beverley
21% - Roger Varian's strike rate in early season
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