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Chad Yeomans gives his best Saturday horse racing tips for Sandown, Haydock and Leicester to help you win the jackpot in our free-to-play prediction game.
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With £10,000 up for grabs on Saturday, here are Chad Yeomans' best horse racing tips for Sandown, Haydock and Leicester to get you started.
Top pick: Scarlet Dragon | Second choice: Cause Toujours
Alan King has his horses in fine form as the jumps season comes to a close, and SCARLET DRAGON can end the campaign with a win in this handicap hurdle.
Despite disappointing last time out when jumping seemed to be an issue, this may well have a been a long-term plan and, with Richard Johnson on board, is worth an each-way bet.
Top pick: Great Prospector | Second choice: Masham Star
Richard Fahey held GREAT PROSPECTOR in high regard this time last year.
After some less than convincing efforts since then, he showed some of his old spark on his seasonal debut this year in the Lincoln where he was running well before fitness took its toll.
Dropped in class today, he is capable of running a huge race at a nice price.
Top pick: Hey Gaman | Second choice: Laugh A Minute
James Tate has started the flat season in fantastic form, and had already pencilled this race in as a target for HEY GAMAN.
The four-year-old was only beaten a neck in the French Guineas last season but didn't continue his progression after being upped in trip to over a mile.
Back down to 7f, he can take this Listed race with Frankie Dettori on board.
Top pick: Give Me A Copper | Second choice: Talkischeap
Paul Nicholls made no secret of the fact that he thought GIVE ME A COPPER was well-handicapped before his run at Cheltenham in the Ultima.
Things just didn’t work out for him that day, though he ran well on his seasonal reappearance here in February and can go close today in this marathon test.
The Alan King-trained Talkischeap will enjoy this quicker surface and can give him most to think about.
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