4 To Win: Saturday horse racing tips to win you £10,000
Chad Yeomans gives his best horse racing tips for Ascot and Haydock on Saturday to help you win a bumper jackpot in our free-to-play prediction game.
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 Ascot and Haydock to get you started.
Top pick: Setting Sail | Second choice: Blue Laureate
SETTING SAIL takes on a small field in this handicap over 1m 3f and could well be a class apart.
His only career defeat so far came on his debut when beaten by a more experienced horse, but he has since improved to win his next two starts, including a six-length victory in a novice race last time out.
The four-year-old won his maiden on soft ground, so will have no worries with the cut in the ground he faces here.
He could well be categorised as a Group horse in a handicap, and should be winning this off 96 under William Buick.
Top pick: Project Bluebook | Second choice: John Constable
Jonjo O'Neill Jr is destined to be a champion jockey one day, and looks amazing value for his 3lbs claim.
He has a fantastic strike rate in his young career so far and can go close in the Swinton Hurdle on PROJECT BLUEBOOK for the very shrewd handler John Quinn.
Currently rated 132, the six-year-old's latest form figures aren't awe-inspiring, but he looked on his way back in two runs over hurdles last season (once at Galway and once at Aintree).
If everything drops right for him on his favoured good ground, then he will be hugely overpriced.
The easy 2017 winner, John Constable has tumbled down the weights this season and can put himself in the mix following wind surgery.
Top pick: Model Guest | Second choice: Existential
It is not uncommon for horses to be priced on their connection's popularity rather than the bare form, and I think that is the case with rank outsider MODEL GUEST, who looks a huge price for the Premier Fillies' Handicap.
There are only three horses rated higher in this nine-runner field.
She is still a maiden, having never won a race, but did finish third in a Group 3 and fourth in a Group 2 last year, behind the top crop of fillies.
She ran like she needed her first of the season at Ascot less than two weeks ago, taking a good blow in the final furlong, but was only beaten by improving horses and can certainly be in the shake up in this race under David Egan.
Existential had no luck in running multiple times last time out at Nottingham and can gain compensation for that with a solid run here to fill the placings.
Top pick: Ripp Orf | Second choice: Remarkable
Last year’s winner RIPP ORF lines up again in a bid to become the first horse to win back-to-back Victoria Cups.
The David Elsworth-trained five-year-old ran well on his seasonal reappearance in the Lincoln, finishing a staying-on fifth.
A line can be put through his next run in the Spring Cup at Newbury where only a handful of horses managed to get involved on very fast ground.
He has been dropped 2lbs for that run and can take this valuable handicap again under rider Hayley Turner.
Remarkable, who has previous course-and-distance winning form off his current mark, will also be played late under Adam Kirby on only his second run since moving stables to David O'Meara's yard.
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