With money back as a free bet up to £10 if you lose in the first race every day of Royal Ascot, our tipster reveals his best Wednesday racing tips.
We begin with the Queen Mary, where ANNA’S FAST looks to be Wesley Ward’s best chance of achieving a fourth win in the race.
She was mightily impressive on her debut in late April, easing to victory on the bridle, and I think there’s a lot more to come from this filly.
With Betway offering money back as a free bet if you don’t win, this looks a very nice price.
James Doyle could be in for a big day on Wednesday, starting with a second win of the week here on JALMOUD .
He was slightly disappointing when beaten by stablemate Moonlight Spirit on debut but responded strongly with a commanding win at Newmarket and then again in a Listed race at Longchamp last month.
The Godolphin colt looks to be the one to beat, but NATE THE GREAT also has a good each-way chance.
He has course form, having lost the Chesham by a neck to Arthur Kitt last year, and also ran gallantly when third behind Derby winner Anthony Van Dyck in the Lingfield Trial.
Expect him to go well again here.
The Prince Of Wales’s Stakes is one of the standout races of the week, and I think Doyle could grab another winner with SEA OF CLASS .
Her form has been superb thus far (211-112), with huge victories in the Irish Oaks and Yorkshire Oaks, and she also produced a tremendous effort behind Enable in the Arc.
I’d be a little concerned if the ground gets any softer but I still think she’s the best horse here.
The Duke Of Cambridge is up next and it’s another Doyle-William Haggas combination that I like in PRETTY BABY .
She’s made a fine start to her career with five wins and two seconds, winning successive Group 3s at Goodwood and Lingfield.
The victory at Goodwood reads as particularly impressive form having beaten a field featuring Dancing Star and One Master, who finished third in Tuesday’s Queen Anne.
We’re paying six places in the Royal Hunt Cup so here are three big each-way fancies that I like.
The first one is Simon Crisford’s ever-consitent MORDIN with four wins and five seconds from 11 trips.
His fifth place last time out in the Diomed Stakes may not look underwhelming but this was Group 3 action that featured the likes of Zaaki, Oh This Is Us and Bye Bye Hong Kong.
Proven over a mile and always in the mix, he should have a good chance of at least placing.
WHAT’S THE STORY for the in-form Keith Dalgeish has also impressed this year with a third behind Dubai Legacy and then a classy victory in the Hambleton Handicap at York.
That field included Firmament, Love Dreams and Beringer, which is solid form that suggests he should go well.
Finally we have the veteran SO BELOVED .
The nine-year-old has 57 runs under his belt and relishes these big handicaps, with a notable second behind Cardsharp at York last time out.
Victory is a big ask for a horse that is winless since May 2016 but Danny Tudhope has been in scintillating form having notched up a 90/1 double on Tuesday, so this big price might just be worth a dabble.
Archie Watson won this race last year with Soldier’s Call and I think he has another good chance with ILLUSIONIST .
Following back-to-back seconds at Lingfield and Windsor, the colt finally got off the mark last time out after decimating the field at Bath by eight lengths over a distance of just 5f.
Oisin Murphy is back in the saddle to hopefully claim at least a place in the colours of Qatar Racing.
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