Channel 4 racing betting tips for each race shown live on Saturday from Ascot, Newmarket and York
A mammoth ten race card on Channel 4 this Saturday with good quality racing from a number of courses across the country.
BRONZE ANGEL (E/W) (8/1 Betfred) has been running consistently this season with this step back up to 1m likely to suit. He has been running into form and looks to have found a solid opportunity. Dusky Queen has already won twice here over 7f but has a bit to prove over the trip.
There shouldn't be much between Demora and Masamah on their Musselburgh running and, with both well drawn, they should figure. Robot Boy and Intrinsic are both in-form sprinters. The vote goes to the sole three year-old – SPEED HAWK (E/W) (12/1 bet365) whose form at Newmarket has been nicely franked by the winner scoring in a Group 3 since.
GOLDEN TOWN (E/W) (14/1 Ladbrokes) doesn’t look the most straightforward but certainly has his share of ability. He was marooned on the wrong side in a handicap that has worked out really well last time and can make amends. Token Of Love is really starting to come to hand, winning a shade cosily over C&D last time. Mutawathea looked as if this further step up in trip was needed on his run at Sandown last weekend and should figure if that race hasn't left a mark.
AL SAHAM (WIN) (11/2 Coral) has looked much improved this season with wins at Ascot and Windsor and looks well worth the step up in trip. Waila isn't the easiest to predict but she has form to suggest she is up to winning this. Statutory blatantly didn't get home at Ascot last time having travelled well into the race. This trip is more suitable and he is capable of going close.
TULLIUS (WIN)(NAP) (4/1 William Hill) has proved better than ever this year and could be hard to beat despite having to shoulder a penalty for his Group 2 win at Sandown. His biggest rival is probably Graphic who receives 3lbs and is improving but will have preferred ground with cut.
ESTIDHKAAR (WIN) (6/1 bet365) wasn’t given too hard time of it when winning at Newbury on his latest start, always doing plenty in front. The second and fourth have both won since and he looks the one to beat. Glenagles should provide the strongest opposition along with Lieutenant Kaffee.
Nabucco and Clever Cookie are quickly improving types and look likely sorts for this type of contest. BOLD SNIPER (WIN) (6/1 bet365) was unlucky to get run down late on at Ascot when really well backed. It's surprising he hasn't gone up in the weights at all for that so has a leading chance.
Professor was last seen running a game second in the Wokingham. He is as effective over this trip and has an unchanged handicap mark. HORSTEAD KEYNES (E/W) (9/1 Ladbrokes) is still unexposed and, off the same mark as when second at Ascot, looks a likely winner while ZANETTO (E/W) (50/1 Coral) is a horse I’m following this season.
Kingsgate Native ran another gallant race in defeat at Sandown last Saturday. He shows no signs of slowing down despite his age although a second run in a week might just be too much. G FORCE (WIN) (7/2 Ladbrokes) was all the rage at Sandown last time despite being poorly drawn. He ran well despite his inexperience and having to challenge wide, and he looks progressive.
SLADE POWER (WIN) (11/4 Betfred) sat much closer to the pace than those who finished closest to him in the Diamond Jubilee so that effort can be uprated. Due Diligence finished second in the wrong group and looks the main danger. Noozhoh Canarias is probably the most interesting of the three year-olds. He showed blistering speed to lead the 2,000 Guineas before fading in the last furlong. The drop in trip should suit and, given the way the form of the race has worked out, he is entitled to the utmost respect.
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