Discover Hexham, the picturesque racing hotspot, as it takes center stage on Sky Sports Racing. Beginning at 2:15pm, an eight-race card from Wolverhampton’s all-weather track will also be broadcasted live on Tuesday.
4.15 Hexham – Big Changes on the rise for hat-trick
Catch Big Changes, Laura Morgan’s in-form six-year-old, who aims for a hat-trick of wins after sealing victories at Leicester and Doncaster. With his upward ascent, expect jockey Lewis Dobb to guide him to another impressive performance. Fighting for the victory is top weight Chameron, the 10-year-old Irish runner who will compete for new trainer Patrick Griffin after three consecutive starts in Ireland.
High Moon adds to the star-studded lineup for the small-hotel handicap chase.
3.15 Hexham – Experienced Wewillgowithplanb sets to win
Richard Bandey’s six-year-old, Wewillgowithplanb, seeks redemption over hurdles after scoring a victory in his debut over fences at Fontwell. This time he’ll compete in the Download The NE-Bet App Today Handicap Hurdle. James Moffatt’s Bingoo is equally poised, expected to make a strong bid for victory. However, the four-runner field is completed by Lizzie Quinlan’s Benito and Mark Weatherer’s For Three, who will undoubtedly battle for a podium finish.
6.30 Wolverhampton – Copper Bay aims for a win
The BetUK’s Acca Club 5 Free Bet Restricted Novice Stakes features Copper Bay and Mick Says No, both aiming for their first career wins. With a close second under her belt on her most recent start, Copper Bay could be the favourite to win. Woolhampton, with her extensive juvenile racing experience, including second place in the Super Sprint Stakes and third in the Listed St. Hugh’s Stakes, could very well pose a significant threat to the competition.
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Watch every race live from Hexham and Wolverhampton, only on Sky Sports Racing, on Tuesday, March 28.
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