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With £25,000 up for grabs on day 2 at Ascot, here are Chad Yeomans' best horse racing tips.



The opening leg of 4 To Win is the Hampton Court Stakes, run over 1m2f.

Three horses are backing up in the race following runs in the 2000 Guineas at Newmarket just 10 days ago. Of that trio, I think Kenzai Warrior  will fare best.

He fell out of the stalls at Newmarket and wasn’t give a tough race from thereon and this step up in trip looks to be in his favour.

I also wouldn’t discount Betway ambassador Andrew Balding’s Berlin Tango  , who won the Classic Trial at Kempton Park two weeks ago.

The horse he beat easily, Pyledriver, won a Group Two at Ascot yesterday.


Kipps   should have won his prep race at Haydock 10 days ago and comes into this race off the same mark of 83.

This horse has always been very highly thought of and he should be very competitive.

Hollie Doyle can do no wrong at the moment and she’s been booked to ride recent Haydock scorer Win O’Clock  for Roger Charlton, for whom she has a 17 per cent strike rate, albeit in a small sample size of rides.

He has clearly improved from two to three and looks to be at the right end of the handicap.


The Royal Hunt Cup is a steam-rolling cavalry charge over the straight mile course and Bell Rock  must strongly be considered providing he doesn’t “bounce” on his second start in 10 days after a lengthy break.

Champion Jockey Oisin Murphy rides the horse for Andrew Balding, whose yard have been in flying form since the restart.

He also saddles Fox Premier  , who squeezes in at the bottom and could be well handicapped as his recent work is reported to have pleased his trainer.

He was gelded during the winter, which has really helped him physically and I expect him to run a big race under Silvestre De Sousa.


The Windsor Castle Stakes is a five-furlong race for two-year-olds and these runners have each only managed one run so far.

Tactical  is owned by Her Majesty the Queen and will be viewed from her residence at Windsor Castle, so there will be no more fitting winner this week.

The Andrew Balding-trained horse was a good third on his debut at Newmarket, where he clearly learned on the job as he suffered traffic issues in the final furlong.

He’ll come on plenty for that experience and it doesn’t look as though he’ll need to improve upon that debut run much to be competitive here.


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