Saturday racing tips: Bets for Newbury, Newmarket and Curragh
Our tipster reveals his best selections from all of this weekend's racecards, including a win double and four Lucky 15 picks.
We'll start things off with a very competitive Group 3, where I really like the chances of BACCHUS
The four-year-old returned from an eight-month break to win the Wokingham last month as a 33/1 shot, denying red-hot favourite Dreamfield.
He also holds a victory on this course in a handicap back in April 2017, and has seen a big improvement since switching to six furlongs.
Frankie Dettori takes the ride for the second time and I’m hoping he can get a first win on board.
This is a tough race to call, but there’s two in this field that really stand out to me.
The first is Mick Channon’s KINKS , who made a terrific start by winning two of his first three before disappointing in each of his last two, most recently in the Norfolk at Royal Ascot.
However, the colt is nicely handicapped at 8-7 and has a change of jockey, with experienced Joe Fanning on board to hopefully guide him back to winning ways.
The other to keep your eyes on is GOOD TYNE GIRL .
The filly has a nice win at Leicester on her CV and had a respectable third on debut, losing out to the aforementioned KINKS .
Richard Fahey had the winner here 12 months ago with Bengali Boys and he could have an each-way chance with this filly.
RIPP ORF has been in sensational form for David Elsworth so far this season, and I think he’s set for another win here.
The four-year-old’s most notable victory was in the Victoria Cup in May, and he also held on for a big win here last weekend over Corrosive.
His record over a mile is good (221), and I think he’ll continue his winning streak.
The final tip comes in the Irish Oaks and, although Aidan O’Brien dominates this field, I’m going for SEA OF CLASS to get the job done.
Filly of the great Sea The Stars, she's looked very good so far and has the potential for a big career.
After losing out by a neck on debut, she has recorded back-to-back wins by two lengths at Newbury, and seems ready for the step up here.
If she can claim a first Group 1, then she could follow the same path as last year’s winner Enable and be targeted for the Arc in October.
BACCHUS | SEA OF CLASS
BACCHUS | KINKS | RIPP ORF | SEA OF CLASS
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