Best horse racing tips: Sun Racing's top picks for today's racing at Wolverhampton, Chelmsford, Brighton, Carlisle and Uttoxeter

But first stop Thursday, and what better way to build up your purse than a look at each meeting.

Brighton

Best bet

1.30 Baby Gal – Ran behind a horse, which has since scooted up in a Class 2, last time out and this race shouldn't take much winning. Local yard goes well at this track.

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2.00 Canford Dancer – Not seen since running well in a strong Newbury race in June. That form has played out nicely and so long as she's properly fit she has a cracking chance here.

Chelmsford

Best bet

6.45 Awe – Won well enough on second time of asking at Redcar, beating a well-backed Godolphin fancy. Penalty to shoulder here, but not much of rivals form worries me.

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7.15 Dark Profit – Good third after lengthy comeback, should have set him up perfectly for this. A pound lower than latest win and drawn well in stall two.

Wolverhampton

Best bet

5.25 Compass Scoobie – Resurgent of late and mark doesn't look anywhere near beyond him. Course and distance winner should be too good in the opener.

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7.00 Art Echo – Back at his favourite track and easy to forgive Newcastle run. Looks a huge price based on last two starts here.

Carlisle

Best bet

2.45 Good Boy Bobby – Was an exciting bumper horse last season and big things were expected. Sure to have come on over the summer and looks ready made for hurdles.

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4.20 Craggaknock – Top weight, but should be in perfect condition following a spin on the flat. Solid form on testing ground and has run well many a time of a similar mark.

Uttoxeter

Best bet

3.55 Mia's Storm – Seriously progressive last season until a couple of tumbles. Should resume progress though and this looks a lovely starting point for what could be a big season.

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4.30 Monsieur Lecoq – Trainer has had a nice start to life and this horse has some decent form in the book from last year. Wide open race and should be in the mix with a clean run.

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