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 Friday, here are Chad Yeomans' best horse racing tips for Newmarket to get you started.


15:00 Newmarket

The opening leg of 4 To Win is the Group Two Rockfel Stakes for Fillies over seven furlongs.

Ante-post favourite Daahyeh  will no doubt take all of the beating following her impressive first season.

She won on her first two starts, including the Albany Stakes at the Royal meeting.

She has since followed that up with two second places at both Group Two and Group One level, so should have the class to see off her rivals in this.

Cloak of Spirits disappointed at Doncaster last time out, but her debut figure was impressive. It wouldn’t be a big surprise to see her chase home the favourite.

15:35 Newmarket

The Joel Stakes is a Group Two contest over a mile and it’s Frankie Dettori’s mount who heads the market.

King of Comedy was very narrowly beaten at Royal Ascot in the St James Place and then was only beaten two lengths by Japan in the Juddmonte at York last time out.

This race is a stepping stone to Champions Day, but he’ll have to win this to be considered for that end-of-season prize.

Betway ambassador Andrew Balding saddles Happy Power , who has not stopped improving all season and can run into a place following two solid efforts in both Group One and Group Two company.

16:45 Newmarket

The third leg of the Betway 4 To Win is the Godolphin Stakes, a listed race that Aiden O’Brien has never been able to win.

He will surely put that right saddling Mount Everest , who is having just his second start of the season following a setback in the spring.

He ran with plenty of credit at Leopardstown just under two weeks ago and this should be a formality on the way to better prizes as a four-year-old.

17:20 Newmarket

The final leg of 4 To Win is the Silver Cambridgeshire over 1m1f, which, surprisingly, has only attracted a field of eight.

Escape The City has been running well all season and was duly rewarded with a success at Brighton last time out.

Hughie Morrison has booked the services of the in-demand Angus Villiers for the ride and the 17-year-old is very valuable for his seven pounds claim.


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