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LINGFIELD | Three value picks for this evening’s Racing League Fixture

Our team have picked out a trio of runners that could hint at some value on the third Racing League fixture at Lingfield on Thursday evening

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The newly-formed Racing League returns on Thursday evening, as the six-week competition heads to Lingfield.

The Surrey track has six races pencilled in, starting with a 6f Handicap at 5:38 and concludes with a 1m4f Handicap at 8:08.

Our team have taken a look through the card in hope of finding some value at the meeting.

Here are three selections to add to your calculations for this evening’s Racing League.

Hey Mr – 5:38 Lingfield (7/1 – Various)

Representing Team talkSPORT, Hey Mr could prove effective over six furlongs for Roger Varian.

The gelding has only competed over the minimum distance this season, but he showed some improvement in last week’s meeting and he could appreciate the extra furlong here.

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Roger Varian sends Hey Mr to Lingfield on Thursday

The three-year-old has placed on his two starts over this distance and is one to watch out for in this contest at a price of 7/1.

Eagle Creek – 6:38 Lingfield (12/1 – bet365)

Team Racehorse Lotto top the standing in the Racing League currently and they could extend their lead with a surprise success with Eagle Creek in the 7f Handicap.

William Knight’s gelding finished a respectable second over this distance on the opening evening of the competition a fortnight ago and has only been bumped up a solitary 1lb in the ratings.

The seven-year-old holds course experience and has won at this rating before, with his 12/1 price tag screaming each-way value.

Toro Dorado – 7:38 Lingfield (16/1 – Various)

Another representative for Team talkSPORT, Toro Dorado could well be overpriced in a 1m2f Handicap for Ed Dunlop.

The five-year-old is a six-time winner on the all-weather surface over the distances of 1m-1m2f and was only 1lb higher in the ratings on his last success on tapeta.

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Toro Dorado has proven effective on the all-weather for Ed Dunlop

The gelding ran well on his last start at Windsor and he could well be dangerous in this company at a cracking price of 16/1.

Reece Charlton is a Content Writer at Low6 that specializes in horse racing. He is an avid hunter of value in the racing world, picking out longshots six days a week across the National Hunt and Flat cards on offer across the UK and Ireland. He keeps punters and race fans in the know with his racing expertise with previews and value picks for all the big cards and meetings.

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