Horse racing suggestions: Leicester, Hexham and Chelmsford, Wednesday 11th December

Check out today’s horse racing suggestions as they go seeking a third-successive profitable nap and a fourth winner this week.

There isn’t any scarcity of motion right now in the UK with jumps racing from Hexham and Leicester, while there are all-weather meetings scheduled to happen at Chelmsford, Lingfield and Wolverhampton.

Yesterday our headline tip was profitable at Fontwell (advised 7/4) and hopefully right now’s alternatives at Leicester, Hexham and Chelmsford can comply with go nicely with.

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Coolanly can get off the mark over fences

Coolanly was fancied to make a successful start to his chase profession at Exeter last month however had to settle for second place. He can go one better right here on this Yuletide Novices’ Handicap Chase (Leicester 2:00).

Although he was solely victorious as quickly as over hurdles, Fergal O’Brien’s runner was fairly smart as he lined up in a few Grade Three contests earlier this yr the place he didn’t shame himself.

That consists of again in October when he was seventh in a giant runner field at Chepstow.

He went off as the 13/8 favourite on his first look over fences but made a quantity of novice errors in that novices’ chase which was finally enough to deny his victory.

Despite those blips, he did keep on strongly at the end to come back home second. The winner has since been out and scored again so that kind has been franked.

Coolanly would have learnt a lot from that run at Exeter so take him here at 13/8 to score on his chase handicap debut on this seven-runner field.

Casimir may still be forward of the handicapper

Casimir Du Clos has been in excellent form so far this season with two wins from his three starts and he has an excellent chance of more success in the Seasons Greetings From Hexham Bookmakers Handicap Chase (Hexham 1:50).

The seven-year-old really enjoys it across the Northumberland circuit where he has won over hurdles and fences this season. His latest victory was over this distance in a handicap hurdle, prevailing by five lengths.

The handicapper has raised Stuart Coltherd’s horse 9lb in the weights, which may seem steep on his return to fences. The way he dominantly received final time although, signifies that it will doubtlessly not be enough to cease him.

Casimir has a 50% strike-rate over fences and he can enhance that figure where he is 13/8 in the betting to do so. The floor is not going to be an issue for the horse as he has received over numerous situations, including Heavy.

Cold Harbour to outstay rivals at Chelmsford

Cold Harbour was second from this mark at Southwell last week and he has not had to wait lengthy to enhance on that run on his reappearance in the Bet totescoop6 At Handicap (Chelmsford 5:55).

It has been a busy 12 months for the four-year-old who has been running flat out since January the place he has been in a place to notch up 4 victories in that period. His final success was again in October when he came out on prime in a contest over 1m4f.

Robyn Brisland’s gelding stepped up in trip final trip and he looked close to being again to his greatest as he was solely simply over two lengths away in second place. He remains around that distance once once more which looks perfectly for him.

This class six contest is not the strongest of races that Cold Harbour would have lined up in. Given the encouraging signs he showed on his latest appearance, take the gelding at 4/1 to improve his report from a 1lb higher mark than his final success.