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Best horse racing tips for today’s action at Hamilton, Chepstow, Leicester, Ffos Las and Epsom from Tom Bull

BULLY'S BANKERS

THE ground is getting quicker by the minute and with a few proper fast-ground tracks in action on Thursday, horses with a penchant for firm conditions come to the fore.

I've picked out a few of my best bets on an afternoon of sunshine.

Hamilton

3.10 Greengage - Only had two starts for Tristan Davidson but was much improved last time when tried in a hood, rallying for second.

He couldn't get a run at a vital stage then and should have a big run in him off a 1lb higher mark.

Another slight drop in trip looks a good move and he's primed to strike now having his third run back following a lengthy break.

Chepstow

5.05 Seaborn - Patrick Chamings' five-year-old has been in the form of his life recently, with two wins and two seconds from his last four starts.

His recent form is way ahead of his rivals and despite a defeat last time at 6-4f, he finished four lengths clear of the third (who has gone on to run well again).

He's 5lb higher now but this track will suit his running style and his decent claimer knows him well.

Bully's Thursday Bankers

Hamilton 3.10 - Greengage (latest odds)

Chepstow 5.05 - Seaborn (latest odds)

Leicester 3.50 - Reggae Runner (latest odds)

Ffos Las 7.30 - Pink Eyed Pedro

Epsom 8.15 - Peace Prevails (latest odds)

Leicester

3.50 Reggae Runner - Mark Johnston's horses are running out of their skin at the moment and his three-year-old bounced back to firm dramatically last time out.

It may have only been a four runner race but the runner-up had won convincingly on his previous outing and the front two finished clear of the third.

A 3lb rise is more than fair and he should follow up under ideal conditions.

Ffos Las

7.30 Pink Eyed Pedro - Gelding has been in the form of his life with two recent wins, first over hurdles and then over fences.

He's back over the smaller obstacles now and under a 7lb penalty is 1lb well-in, so should be more than capable of landing the hat-trick.

Connor Brace is terrific value for his claim and his mount clearly thrives at this track.

Epsom

8.15 Peace Prevails - Somehow, Jim Boyle's filly has only been given a 5lb penalty for her romp over C&D last time out.

This is not as strong a contest despite the hike in grade, and she's fully expected to make it two out of two.

He's on a good mark on his old form and should be able to do the business.

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