There are no fewer than six meetings scheduled across the UK and Ireland on Wednesday, with Bath hosting a seven-race card from 14:30.

The going is expected to be good to soft-soft in places, and viewers can watch all seven races until 17:40, with Betfred promotions available throughout the card.

The races at 14:30, 15:00 and 16:30 will be covered by Betfred’s “Extra Place” promotion, while at 16:00, readers can take advantage of the “Free Bet if 2nd” promo.

Customers who back a horse in that race that finishes second can earn a free bet up to £10.

Bath Tips

  • 2.30 – Bazball @ 13/8
  • 3.30 – Tangled Up In Blue @ 11/4
  • 5.05 – Hitched @ 11/10

2.30 – Bazball

Karl Burke’s team have every chance of celebrating a winner on Wednesday as they send Bazball to Bath.

England cricket fans will hope Bazball comes up trumps this week in the fourth Ashes Test at Old Trafford, but the same can be said for the daughter of Estidkhaar.

After three average runs in May, the two-year-old showed some serious potential at York, finishing fourth in June. She then followed that up with a second-place effort at Catterick in July, and the addition of a visor has worked a treat.

She is set to run off the same mark as her nursery debut at Catterick, and that should be enough to help her shed the maiden tag.

3.30 – Tangled Up in Blue

Our second tip of the day at Bath is another runner that needs to get off the mark for the first time as well.

Tangled Up In Blue has been so consistent in her first two starts for connections, and she has secured place finishes at odds of 33/1 and 14/1.

It could be a case of third-time lucky for the daughter of Soldier’s Call, who will step up to six furlongs for the first time.

Adam West’s filly finished well in both of her races at Wolverhampton and Yarmouth, so the extra distance should work in her favour.

5.05 – Hitched

David Simcock’s Hitched should land the spoils in the penultimate race of the day at Bath. The one-mile six-furlong contest is a Bath Summer Stayers’ Series Qualifier, and Simcock’s runner has done well of late.

Three lacklustre displays last winter meant that connections sent Hitched to be gelded, and it has clearly done the trick, as he has since finished fifth, first, and second.

While he does have to try and fend off the likes of Eye Of The Water and Paco’s Pride, his recent displays suggest Simcock and his team have found a way to get the best out of him.

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