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...


14.25 KELSO


Second choice: Card Game

This two-mile handicap hurdle looks wide open, with a handful of horses all with similar profiles.

Most of these have managed to win at least once this season, but only the favourite, Taxmeifyoucan, managed it last time out, suggesting the others are in the grip of the handicapper.

He is also a previous course-and-distance winner, with top-weight  Mirsaale the only other horse in the line-up with that advantage.

This race is usually won by a horse towards the top of the market and the middle of the weights, normally with an up-and-coming jockey on board.

Gassin Golf fits the bill on most of those things and was well-backed when the early prices for this race were released. That market confidence could be significant.



Second choice: Hammer Gun

Early prices had this race very tight at the top of the market, with just two betting points separating the first four in terms of favouritism.

Course-and-distance winner Mazzini will be popular but needs to overcome a break of 129 days. The optimum break for a sprinter on the all-weather is around 21 days, so for that reason we can also rule out Pipers Note.

He is one of a few horses entered at Kempton on Saturday that have strangely ignored the sand racing all winter, but see fit to tackle it once turf racing has started elsewhere.

Either that, or the trainers are looking to get a run into horses that may suit the early season and have had their grass opportunities diminished by the weather.

Tropics is fit and knows the course well, and can win this under Robert Winston.


15.00 KELSO


Second choice: Lake View Lad

Medium-sized and competitive fields are what punters like to see on a Saturday, and this race at Kelso will take a lot of working out.

Prices of around 4/1 at the top of the field suggest that every horse has a chance of landing the spoils.

Lake View Lad has been very consistent this season but upset backers when a beaten favourite last time out at Ayr. He’s back up in trip today and could give a bold showing.

The one I like is Blakemount from the Sue Smith stable.

His first start for nearly a year came at Wetherby a few days ago when, possibly needing the run, he ran well for a long way.

It’s interesting to note that two of his four career wins came on his second start of that particular season, so I’d be hopeful of a better showing. 

15.35 KELSO


Second choice: Eminent Poet

The heavy going and the 3m 2f trip will ensure that this is a real slog.

Arthurs Secret has been close on his last two starts and Rachel McDonald takes off a valuable 7lb.

He is yet to encounter going this soft in his career though and that’s enough of a question mark to look elsewhere.

Landecker doesn’t win that often but has everything in his favour to win this race and add to his tally of five hurdle wins.