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Our Anita Chambers is backing Victor Hewgo to score at Doncaster on Friday - she has a tip for every UK and Irish race.
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DONCASTER: 1.10 Monita Bonita, 1.40 Area Fifty One, 2.10 VICTOR HEWGO (NAP), 2.45 The Panama Kid, 3.15 Tornado Bob, 3.50 Malibu Sun, 4.20 Call Me Vic.
DUNDALK: 5.45 Chiclet, 6.15 Doc Holliday, 6.45 Gold Falcon, 7.15 Hilary, 7.45 Iron Major, 8.15 South South West, 8.45 Noble Call, 9.15 Carried.
HUNTINGDON: 12.50 Snapchat, 1.20 Hollow Blue Sky, 1.50 New Year's Eve, 2.20 Loose Chips, 2.55 Carole's Destrier, 3.25 Brandon Thomas, 4.00 Secret Edge.
LINGFIELD: 1.00 Ocean Legend, 1.30 Ain't No Surprise, 2.00 Lexi's Hero, 2.30 Your Gifted, 3.05 Georgian Bay, 3.40 My My My Diliza, 4.10 Dark Tsarina.
WOLVERHAMPTON: 4.30 The Bay Tigress, 5.00 R Woody, 5.30 Classy Trick, 6.00 Prime Exhibit, 6.30 Aureolin Gulf, 7.00 Flash Crash, 7.30 Rohesia.
DOUBLE: Victor Hewgo and The Panama Kid.
Victor Hewgo came up against a very useful rival at Doncaster when last seen but a return to Town Moor for the Sky Bet "Free Bet Club" Novices' Chase on Friday can yield a much more favourable result.
Having his first chase start after previously winning three times in hurdles company, Victor Hewgo clashed with the well-regarded Western Warhouse.
Putting in an excellent debut round in public, Victor Hewgo was beaten just a neck in the two-mile-three-furlong heat after staying on right to the line.
That trip was probably short of his best so Keith Reveley's decision to step up three miles makes perfect sense and Victor Hewgo merits support.
Area Fifty One makes his National Hunt bow in the Sky Vegas App Novices' Hurdle and the six-year-old appears to be a fascinating recruit in this sphere.
Six times a winner on the level, he contested some highly competitive handicaps for Richard Fahey before being switched to Nicky Henderson to tackle hurdles.
His Flat rating of 103 makes him a horse of serious potential should he take to the jumping game.
Donald McCain has been firing in the winners of late and Tornado Bob looks another for the Cheshire stable in the Sky Bet Best Odds Guaranteed Handicap Hurdle.
The nine-year-old returns after a six-month break but will no doubt be primed for a big return by his astute handler.
He has had some smart form in the past and can give weight to all his four rivals.
North Yorkshire handler Malcolm Jefferson can strike at a course he does well at with The Panama Kid.
The 10-year-old has only been put up 5lb for winning nicely at Catterick over Christmas and can go in again.
Carole's Destrier has already been a 16-length winner at this track and must be offered the utmost respect in the Pertemps Network Handicap Hurdle at Huntingdon.
A recent outing at Wolverhampton should have primed Georgian Bay nicely ahead of the Download The Ladbrokes App Handicap at Lingfield.
The four-year-old was tried in Listed company as a juvenile but four starts last term failed to yield any kind of joy and after disappointing at York back in July, Karl Burke's charge embarked on an extended break.
He was gelded during that spell on the sidelines and appeared to have thrived for that change when reappearing earlier this month at Dunstall Park.
Pitched into a decent event, he failed by just a head to catch Apostle, looking as though the run might well knock off any rustiness after a prolonged absence.
The handicapper took a similar view in putting him up 4lb for the defeat, but Georgian Bay looks just the type to be featuring in some of the more competitive handicap events this winter.
My My My Diliza scored a first career success at Wolverhampton last time and can follow up in the 32Red Casino Handicap.
While she had placed in a number of her 11 previous starts, Stan Moore's runner just could not get her head in front until seeing off Argent Touch by a length dropped back to five furlongs.
She remains relatively unexposed over the minimum trip having raced up to a mile before, and My My My Diliza could still be slightly ahead of the handicapper.
Flash Crash is on a bit of a roll and can bring up his hat-trick in the 32Red Handicap at Wolverhampton.
The five-year-old showed his versatility with an 11-length verdict at Southwell before following up on the Polytrack at Dunstall Park in comfortable fashion last time.
Despite racing with a 6lb penalty, Flash Crash overcame a bit of scrimmaging to win in the manner of horse with something still up his sleeve.
Now on a career-high mark of 74, Flash Crash will obviously have to improve again but his trainer, Anthony Eddery, certainly seems to know how to get the best out of his charge.
Rohesia hails from an excellent family and is an interesting newcomer in the 32Red.com Maiden Fillies' Stakes.
A half-sister to Astrophysical Jet, Rohesia has not been hurried by Sir Mark Prescott and will be having her first public outing.
Entries in the Irish 1,000 Guineas and Oaks suggest connections believe she has some ability and while it is a long stretch from this event to Classic company, Rohesia can get the job done at Wolverhampton.