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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 to get you started.



Top Pick:  BAGHDAD | Second Choice: Shailene

Mark Johnston trains three of the 10 runners in the field and he can take the spoils with BAGHDAD, ridden by Silvestre De Sousa.

Third on his seasonal reappearance at Newcastle, this horse is in better physical condition and can continue his rise up the ranks since sustaining an injury Royal Ascot last year when winning the King George V Stakes.

He looked a potential group horse that day and can earn himself a crack at some black type with a victory here.


Top Pick:  VICTORY ANGEL | Second Choice: Gifted Master

Sometimes horses just need a change of scenery and that is exactly what VICTORY ANGEL has had after being switched from Roger Varian’s yard to sprint king Robert Cowell.

He came fourth in this race last year and has been unlucky in several races after, all of which were big sprint handicaps.

He races off a 6lb lower mark than last year and can give his trainer a winner in this race. Expect him to come from off the pace under Harry Bentley.

You can expect last year's winner Gifted Master to attempt to repeat his performance, by leading and hoping no-one passes him.


Top Pick:  IRIDESSA | Second Choice: Fairyland

IRIDESSA gave trainer Joseph O’Brien his first Group One winner in England when taking the Fillies’ Mile last October and can give the young trainer his first classic winner in the UK by winning the 1,000 Guineas.

She shaped very well on her come back run at Leopardstown over 7f in April, giving the impression that her trainer had left this race as the big target.

The Aiden O’Brien-trained Fairyland is also a strong fancy, based on what she did as a two-year-old. If she stays, she could be a class apart.


Top Pick:  MAQSAD | Second Choice: Clematis

The Pretty Polly Stakes has been an informative trial for the Investec Oaks in previous years. I would be surprised if this field produced a classic winner, but I’m sure there are two in the field who will keep improving as the season goes on.

The first horse is the Charlie Hills-trained Clematis, who was very impressive on her debut at Kempton Park in November.

She doesn’t have the most glamorous of breeding lines amongst others in the field, but it’s interesting that her trainer pitches her in this race after just one start.

The other horse who takes the eye is the recent Newmarket winner MAQSAD, who won her maiden at the Craven meeting after pulling 9l clear of the field with the second-placed horse.

She was too green as a two-year-old, but still managed to finish placed on both her attempts on a racecourse.

Judged on her reappearance, she has really filled out and will keep improving the more she races. Again, it’s interesting that her trainer thinks she’s ready for this challenge on just her second start this season.


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