Alan Alger: My 4 To Win tips to bag £10k on Sunday
Our expert crunches the numbers to give you the best possible chance of winning a massive jackpot on today's ITV racing in our free-to-play prediction game.
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.
Here are Alan Alger's top tips to get you started...
TOP PICK: JONBOY
Second choice: Lake Volta
This one is a non-handicap sprint for three-year-olds and Bengali Boys is favourite by default, despite only winning one of his last five races.
Lake Volta has had a varied campaign with Mark Johnston but has only managed to get his head in front once, and this looks another race where he will fall just short.
JONBOY may have been underestimated after his win at Pontefract, when minimal improvement from that day would see him right in the picture at a huge price in this small field
TOP PICK: ELEGANT POSE
Second choice: Tisbutadream
This Group 2 race is for female horses over an extended mile.
Wuheida is a rightful favourite but she had a tough campaign last year and might just need this run.
ELEGANT POSE looks a fantastic prospect and her trainer hasn’t been afraid to bring her over from Ireland.
She’s open to improvement, unlike some others in the field, and could take a lot of beating.
TOP PICK: KENSINGTON STAR
Second choice: Corton Lad
Fire Fighting is another Mark Johnston horse that has been all over the place already this year.
This is his ninth run since New Year’s Day, he tough but may have reached a point where he is in the grip of the handicapper.
KENSINGTON STAR could have been considered unlucky last time and arguably stayed on to say suggest this 1m5f trip is an ideal distance.
He’s won races like this in the past and it’s not inconceivable that he would bounce back here.
TOP PICK: WILD ILLUSION
Second choice: Laurens
The 1000 Guineas is the first Classic for female horses of the season.
There's a field of 15 that will take their chances, with the all-conquering Aidan O’Brien providing a couple of the market leaders (as with the 2000 on Saturday).
Godolphin don’t win many Classics these days, but could record their first victory since 2013 and their first 1000 Guineas since Blue Bunting in 2011.
WILD ILLUSION is from the Charlie Appleby stable, who has been firing in the winners for the ‘boys in blue’. She can take this at a nice price.
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