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Jumps Racing Tips From Fakenham and Folkestone for Tuesday, November 16

There’s some quality action over timber this Tuesday at Fakenham, and Folkestone but you reckon that the majority of punters are keeping their eyes firmly fixed on this weekend’s meetings at Ascot and Haydock.

1:10 at Folkestone

We’re getting things off to an interesting start today at Folkestone as their opener boasts a small field of six juveniles going 2m1f over relatively heavy going.

Not a huge amount of form here but we’ll be siding with well-weighted WHIPPERWAY. He fell last time out when he was well off the pace, but that was a rather ambitious step up to listed company so he’ll likely find enough against this type of opposition.

This three year-old has only had two outings over hurdles and he conquered his debut at Fontwell. Top-weighted Kahfre also drops down from listed company but he gives up too much weight here and doesn't look appealing.

2:00 at Fakenham

We’re got another juvenile hurdle to decipher here but this time out it’s going to be fillies. This one looks like it’s coming down to two main contenders with Lady Pacha and JOAN D’ARC set to contest this one up to the final furlong.

The going at Fakenham is listed as good to soft for tomorrow and both of these young ladies are bouncing between a victory and a forgettable finish throughout their recent form.

Joan D’Arc gets the nod based on consistency and a proven ability to score at 2m. Co-top-weight Gulf Punch drops down from Grade 2 company but that was overly ambitious and he may not be in the best frame of mind just three days after his last outing.

2:10 at Folkestone

Back to Folkestone for the 2:10 which is a handicap hurdle for mares going 2m1f. It’s another small field but that just gives us a better chance of grabbing a winner.

There is some proven talent here and Ocean Transit looks alright based on recent flat form and Transit should take a fair amount of early money.

Flat form doesn’t always translate to hurdles, however, and punters also seem to be warming to Princess Rainbow. We’ll be trying to beat them both with outside contender, and bottom-weight, JUST BEWARE.

She should handle the going and she’s comfortable at the distance and represents a decent punt at a 5/1 price. She’s an honest performer who scored at Plumpton two-back. Rather ominous name for a horse though, it must be admitted.

2:30 at Fakenham

Not a huge amount of value here in the pre-race market, as we’ve got a small field going 3m110y in a novice chase in the 2:30 at Fakenham.

FILM FESTIVAL boasts some excellent form and looks the early choice having placed and scored in his past two - both novice chases at Wetherby. He is looking very good from an official ratings perspective and looks to be progressing nicely.

Robo will take some money, as will Plunkett, but we'll avoid him as he has proven ability over hurdles but has not shown his stuff yet in a proper chase.

2:40 at Folkestone

The 2:40 boasts another small field and we’ve got a stand-out favourite here with Ray Mond going for his seasonal debut having won his final five races of last year.

Caution is advised as he may need the run out and is taking a pronounced step up in quality here. SPORTING REBEL looks a solid play as he’s got three races under his belt this season and hasn’t finished off the board yet.

He just conquered a handicap chase at Fakenham in late October when sent off at 8/1 and asserted himself very well on the day.

3:00 at Fakenham

FEELING PECKISH should be a quality play here in another small field at Fakenham in the final race we’ll be examining on Tuesday. He finished third at Southwell last time out and that came on the heels of a solid score at Ludlow back in late October.

He cuts back in trip from that day, going back to 2m5f from 3m, and should be able to produce a result here if he runs cleanly. Nautical Approach is taking the bulk of the money but he doesn’t inspire a huge amount of confidence at the price.

Kinkeel is appealing but just doesn’t look in race-winning form after being pulled up in his seasonal debut, all respect to him though as a benchmark handicap chaser. You reckon there will be a few punters having outside bets on him.

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