4 To Win: The horses that could win you £10k on Sunday
Chad Yeomans reveals his best horse racing tips for Newmarket and Windsor on Sunday to help you win the jackpot in our free-to-play prediction game.
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The first leg of Sunday's 4 To Win is the Betway Empress Fillies’ Stakes for two-year-olds over 6f.
I was very impressed with LIVE STREAM on her debut at Kempton Park, and the time she clocked was that of a smart horse in the making.
Her yard have had plenty of winners of late so I expect her to improve for that first run and be very tough to beat.
The Midsummer Stakes is the feature race at Windsor and is a Listed race run over 1m.
On bare form alone, Accidental Agent should be very tough to beat following his fine run in the Queen Anne at Royal Ascot.
He actually won that race a few years ago but hasn’t won since, and I’m not overly keen on six-year-olds who don’t win for a few years. He’s got the ability, but it all depends on whether he’s on a going day.
POGO is a much-improved horse for the Charlie Hills stable and ran a very good race in the Royal Hunt Cup at Ascot last week.
If he’s come out of that race well, then he’s got a very good chance with conditions looking to suit him.
Only four go to post in the Betway Handicap, but it’s a competitive little race.
ASCENSION goes for the red-hot Roger Varian yard and I think this drop back in trip to 6f will suit the Dark Angel colt.
He ran very well at Sandown Park last time out when things perhaps didn't go his way, but I’m hopeful he’ll get his head in front here.
I do think Monoski could be tough to peg back if he gets an easy lead, though.
If SURF DANCER arrives in the same form as his fourth at Sandown Park last time out he will be tough to beat, but I imagine he’ll be pretty short in the betting.
At a bigger price, Oh Purple Reign does have some very useful form in the book and may have dropped to a nice mark.
He ran very well over 7f last time and this step up to 1m looks as though it will suit, so I’m sure he’ll outrun his price.
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