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 Sandown to get you started.



Top pick: Migration   | Second choice: Lestrade 

MIGRATION, who is trained by David Menusier and is five from 20 at Sandown Park, looks a solid pick in the opener.

This colt went into many trackers following his seasonal reappearance at Newbury just under two weeks ago, where he stayed on very convincingly behind a well-backed favourite.

Interestingly, he made his debut here last September but was too green to do himself justice, though he did pass a few horses late on.


Top pick: Bangkok   | Second choice: Kuwait Currency 

This is a very competitive seven-runner race, five of whom hold Derby entries.

But the one who takes the eye the most is recent Doncaster winner BANGKOK.

Despite looking green in the final furlong, he appeared very willing as he fended off Telecaster who, following a nine-length maiden win next time out, is now as short as 22/1 for the Derby. Champion jockey Silvestre De Sousa rides again.

The outsider of the field, KUWAIT CURRENCY, is certainly worth an each-way bet. He disappointed on his reappearance, but should not be overlooked having been stepped up in trip just 10 days after that excursion.


Top pick: Beat The Bank  | Second choice: Regal Reality 

In a race where every runner would prefer some cut in the ground, the selection is BEAT THE BANK, who won the Group 2 Summer Mile last year on good-to-firm at Ascot.

His trainer Andrew Balding said during a recent stable tour that he was due to start his season in the Lockinge, which suggests he's come to hand a lot sooner than expected and can take this Group 2 for the yard that won this race in 2014.


Top pick: Oberyn Martell   | Second choice: Dancing Warrior 

The 5f course at Sandown Park runs through the middle of the racecourse, and it often pays to side with a low draw.

OBERYN MARTELL, drawn in stall two, won his maiden here over course and distance. He hasn’t looked at home over 6f in two attempts this season but can show a resurgence here back down to 5f.

His trainer, Eve Johnson-Houghton also has a good record at Sandown Park (11 per cent), which is another positive.

DANCING WARRIOR, trained by William Knight is the second-choice selection based on his improvement as a two-year-old, though a wide draw may inconvenience him.


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