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. Here are Alan Alger's top racing tips for this weekend to get you started...



TOP PICK: OFF YOU GO | Second choice: Uradel

We start over in Ireland with a very competitive handicap hurdle.

The hat-trick seeking Wonder Laish is likely to go off as favourite under Davy Russell. He has three wins from his four hurdle races and still looks relatively well-handicapped.

But my preference is for course-and-distance winner OFF YOU GO. At only six years of age, he can continue the improvement which has seen him win three races over hurdles already.


TOP PICK: INAAM | Second choice: Little Palaver 

INAAM won at Wolverhampton last time out and comes to Lingfield for a try at the 6f trip having run there five times over an extended 7f.

He’s 0-5 at this trip, but is in good form and could be suited by the way this race should be run, under a favourable weight.


TOP PICK: WISSAHICKON  Second choice: Court House 

The Betway Winter Derby Trial, and what should be a straightforward selection for the competition.

I’m a big fan of WISSAHICKON, who completed a hat-trick here just before Christmas.

This is his ideal course and distance and he should take this race on the way to the main prize later this month.


TOP PICK: MENGLI KHAN  | Second choice: Voix Du Reve 

Back to Ireland for a Grade 1 novice chase where English raider Knocknanuss takes on seven Irish horses.

The Gary Moore-trained nine-year-old was second at Plumpton last time out over a longer trip, but that was still a disappointing effort when downed by seven lengths by Master Dino. Wide-margin wins at Newbury and Fakenham before that show that he has lots of ability, though.

Le Richebourg looks likely to go off favourite and confirm Christmas superiority over MENGLI KHAN but, purely in value terms, you have to fancy the latter.

On Boxing Day, the market had Mengli Khan as a 7/4 favourite and he had valid excuses for that defeat. At a likely price over three times greater, he looks the value call.


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