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With £10,000 up for grabs on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday this week, here are Alan Alger's best Newmarket horse racing tips to get you started.



Top pick: Burguillos | Second choice: Green Power 

We start with an open contest with very little separating those at the head of the market.

Likely favourite Green Power will have the assistance of Ryan Moore in the saddle. He was fourth at Doncaster on his seasonal reappearance in similar conditions.

Moore actually rode the seventh on that day, Buridan, who reopposes here. The sixth from that race, Tommy Taylor, is also in this line up.

I’ll take a chance on BURGUILLOS from the Stuart Williams stable. His performance over this distance on the July course last summer when slowly away hinted at ability, and this Rowley Mile track will suit his style of running more.


Top pick: Azano | Second choice: Arctic Sound

Anna Nerium’s win at 25/1 last year was the biggest shock in this contest for a long while. Prior to that, the previous decade hadn’t produced a winning SP bigger than 6/1.

Horses drawn around the middle of the field tend to be favoured on recent trends.

John Gosden sends easy Yarmouth winner AZANO to contest this, whose form was franked after his Newbury conqueror Mohaather won again at the Berkshire track on Saturday.


Top pick: Kick On | Second choice: Boerhan

A Listed race for three-year-old horses, which is rarely won by an outsider.

The biggest winning price in the last 10 years was 8/1, with four winning favourites and five second-favourites victorious in that period.

Aidan O’Brien sends Western Australia over to contest this as a likely favourite. He’s worth opposing, though, for a stable who have had a 7/4 favourite and 7/2 second-favourite beaten in this race during the last decade.

Another John Gosden horse takes my fancy here. KICK ON's win on this course in September was very impressive and he can cope with the extra furlong here.


Top pick: Mot Juste | Second choice: Main Edition 

We finish with a Group 3 race for classic hopeful fillies.

Only three favourites have won this in the last decade, with four horses at double-figure SPs successful in that time.

Course-and-distance winner MOT JUSTE for the Roger Varian stable can go well here. She had a couple of these beaten in that similar level of juvenile race six months ago and is the type that should improve with age.


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