Timeform pick out their best bets from three different tracks on Wednesday.
"...Coeur Tantre is by no means the best handicapped horse in the field on paper, he should relish a strongly-run race, which seems guaranteed..."
Edged Out - Bath 14:30
Christopher Mason's C&D winner Edged Out bounced back to form when third over five furlongs at this track three week ago, when third of eight to progressive three-year-old Go On Go On Go On, and she's taken to resume winning ways in a race where a number have something to prove. She's also been dropped 1 lb by the handicapper since that run, and won off just a 2 lb lower mark at Chepstow earlier in the year.
Wapping - Lingfield 15:10
Wapping's recent reappearance effort when three-quarters of a length third of eight to Muzdawaj at Newbury following 10 months off was very promising indeed and, with the distinct possibility of better to come from this well-bred colt, he looks the one to be on this this handicap. With the David Lanigan stable continuing among the winners - three winners from its last five runners - and the strong likely of a good gallop with Goldenfield and Malmoosa in the field, all looks in place for a big run from Wapping.
Coeur Tantre - Newton Abbot 19:10
A tough race to solve tactically, and while Coeur Tantre is by no means the best handicapped horse in the field on paper, he should relish a strongly-run race, which seems guaranteed with My Brother Sylvest, Little Pop and Beat The Tide all making all when winning last-time-out. Five-year-old Coeur Tantre remains unexposed after just six races (runner-up both outing in handicaps) and looks a sporting bet.
Timeform UK SmartPlays:
Back Edged Out in the 14:30 at Bath
Back Wapping in the 15:10 at Lingfield
Back Coeur Tantre in the 19:10 at Newton Abbot