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With £10,000 up for grabs on Easter Saturday, here are Alan Alger's best horse racing tips for Haydock and Musselburgh to get you started.



Top pick: Duel At Dawn  | Second choice: Sumkindofking

DUEL AT DAWN was third at Exeter last time out carrying a near maximum weight.

That effort with first-time blinkers was a decent run and they are left on here to hopefully continue that improvement.

His best runs have come at an extended three-mile trip, while jockey Gavin Sheehan is in great form with nine winners in the last fortnight.


Top pick: Captain Colby | Second chance: Savalas 

A tough sprint handicap north of the border, with a wide-open betting market.

In seven of the last 10 years this has been won by a horse returning at a double-figure SP. Three 16/1 shots, a 28/1 chance and a 50/1 outsider are within that septet.

Course-and distance winner CAPTAIN COLBY is having his second start since wind surgery.

He was sixth here earlier in the month on reappearance over the same trip. He should be fitter today and give a good account of himself.


Top pick: Sliding Doors | Second choice: Boreham Bill 

This end-of-season National Hunt race is often won by an outsider.

Lightly-raced stayers should be the order of the day. 

SLIDING DOORS has had a relatively quiet season but, on best form, looks well-handicapped.

He was seventh at Newbury four weeks ago, but ran well at Ludlow earlier in the year. On the evidence of that run, he could also go well here.


Top pick: Austrian School  | Second choice: Making Miracles 

A staying handicap on the flat for a decent prize. 

AUSTRIAN SCHOOL started last season with back-to-back wins and then became incredibly frustrating for his backers with nine consecutive top-four finishes without getting his head in front.

Despite that frustration, it's admirable consistency from Mark Johnston's four-year-old.

He should have the measure of these rivals and, fresh from a break, get back into the winners' enclosure.


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