4 To Win is Betway's free-to-play prediction game, with a £1,000 prize on offer every single day and an increased jackpot of £10,000 for all ITV meetings. Simply guess the winner of four chosen races for your chance to claim the cash.

With £10,000 up for grabs on Saturday, here are Chad Yeomans' best horse racing tips for Sandown to get you started.



The opening leg of the Betway 4 To Win is the Play 4 To Score At Betway Handicap over the flying five furlongs.

Justanotherbottle is drawn out wide in stall 11, which isn’t ideal for his front-running style. Jockey William Buick will be hoping he blitzes out of the gates to gain a prominent position.

The only other horse who will be looking to make some sort of running is Daschas , drawn in stall 8. All of the other horses like to come from off the pace, which could make it a very muddling affair.


The second leg of the 4 To Win is the second race on the card, the Betway Heed Your Hunch Handicap and it’s the William Haggas-trained Country, who has headed the market all week.

The son of Dubawi completed his hat-trick last time out at Redcar and is improving at a rate of knots.

Recent course-and-distance winner Migration is not to be overlooked, either, although he has been raised 6lbs for his latest victory here a little over three weeks ago.

Hyanna is a very consistent sort and Gergia Dobie’s 7lbs claim is very valuable, but would he prefer a stiffer test of stamina?


The Betway Nursery Handicap is the third leg of the 4 To Win. It looks extremely competitive.

Top-weight Moolhim shed his maiden tag last time out, but looked to need all of the one-mile trip that day. Will this shorter trip inconvenience him? 

Ryan Moore and Richard Hannon team up with Forbidden Land , who was disappointing last time out at Ffos Las off the back of being gelded, but his first two runs were eye-catching.

He is of obvious interest if he puts the disappointment of last time behind him.


The last leg of the 4 To Win is the Betway Live Casino Handicap over a mile.

The Clive Cox-trained Eligible got off the mark over course-and-distance in July, but since struggled to give weight away in a handicap at Lingfield.

Poetic Force never got involved in this race last year, but has seemingly improved and should run a good race. As should Mr Tyyrell , who is consistent and has already won this season under jockey Sean Levey.

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