Saturday racing tips for Kempton and Lingfield
With money back as a free bet if you horse finishes second on all ITV races, our tipster reveals his four best bets from across all of Saturday's racecards.
MASTER TOMMYTUCKER was travelling really well on Boxing Day before he fell in the Kauto Star Chase, so I’m keen to give him another go here.
His last two runs have come on this course and he won here nicely in his Beginners’ Chase, beating Who Dares Wins, Thomas Darby and The Big Bite.
The nine-year-old has won every time he’s finished a race (11F-1F) so providing he gets round, he should get the job done.
Simon Munir complicated things for the Triumph Hurdle last year when Fusil Raffles romped home in this race and I think FUJIMOTO FLYER can repeat the same.
The four-year-old has obliterated her opposition in her first two over hurdles with wins at Killarney and Auteuil.
I’m a big fan of Emmet Mullins and think he could have an exciting filly here.
The Betway Kingwell Hurdle is up next, where I think SONG FOR SOMEONE looks the best bet.
He comes into the race with the best form, having finished a close runner-up to Thomas Darby in Grade 3 action at Ascot, and not too far behind Mack The Man and Potektorat at Sandown.
He's proven over 2m and is a solid jumper. I think he’s the one to beat.
We're finishing off with a Betway Handicap at Lingfield, where I think BATTLE OF MARATHON will win a third consecutive race over course-and-distance.
He’s only finished outside the top two once in his last eight and that run includes three victories and a runner-up to Petite Jack on this course.
The eight-year-old is top weight at 9-7, but I think he should still claim the win.
MASTER TOMMYTUCKER | FUJIMOTO FLYER
MASTER TOMMYTUCKER | FUJIMOTO FLYER | SONG FOR SOMEONE | BATTLE OF MARATHON
Visit Betway's horse racing betting page.