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With £10,000 up for grabs on Saturday and Sunday this week, here are Chad Yeomans' best horse racing tips Newmarket and Goodwood to get you started.



Top Pick:  IBRAZ | Second Choice: Elector

Roger Varian can start the two-day festival with a winner in the shape of IBRAZ, who finished down the field in a very strange renewal of the Spring Cup last time out.

He was well backed before that race but only seven of the 26 runners got competitive.

He won two races as a three-year-old and can continue his progression with a victory off his mark of 93 here for his trainer, who has been placed in this race for the past two years.


Top Pick:  EQUILATERAL | Second Choice: Mabs Cross

All eyes will be on the Aiden O’Brien trained three-year-old, Sergei Prokofiev in this 5f dash although three-year olds do have it all to do against the older, more experienced sprinters in this race.

My fancy is the Charlie Hills-trained EQUILATERAL, who after a scintillating success at Doncaster last year was extremely well fancied for the Commonwealth Cup at Royal Ascot, where he slightly disappointed in the 6f Group One.

This return to a stiff 5f will play into his strengths and looks a very solid each way bet.

Mabs Cross, a Group One scorer and winner of this race last year, can give him most to think about. 


Top Pick: COUNT OTTO | Second Choice: Love Dreams

They often say it pays to follow certain trainers at certain courses and that can be said for the selections in this race, which were very hard to split.

My preference is for the locally trained Amanda Perrett horse COUNT OTTO who looks ready for a step back up in trip to 7f.

Dropped 1lb for his run last time out when finishing in front of Kimifive, he is also an eye-catching booking for Jason Watson, who comes to Goodwood instead of going to Newmarket for a potential ride in the 2,000 Guineas.

Mark Johnston has a phenomenal record at Goodwood, and his horse Love Dreams – who won last year over C&D at a 7lb higher mark – looks a great second selection.


Top Pick: SKARDU | Second Choice: Madhmoon

The 2,000 Guineas is the first classic of the season and is a race that Aiden O’Brien has a fantastic record in, and he has the front two in the market this year.

Ten Sovereigns, the chosen mount of Ryan Moore, was unbeaten at two, but, while those at Ballydoyle are confident he can stay the 1m trip, he’s never raced further than 6f.

It looks more like hope than confidence to me, so I’ll be looking to find something against him.

The first choice is the unbeaten SKARDU, who won the Craven here just a couple of weeks ago when showing a wicked turn of foot coming from off the pace to sweep past his rivals.

Trained by William Haggas, this son of Sharmadal looks a great each way bet.

The Irish challenger Madhmoon for Kevin Prendergast can chase him home after being well supported over the past couple of weeks since his reappearance. He showed on that day that he’ll relish this 1m trip.


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