Horse racing accumulator tips for Friday Day 3 of the St. Leger meeting at Doncaster.
Friday at Doncaster is the penultimate day of the St. Leger Festival and the quality racing is headed by the Group 2 Doncaster Cup & Group 2 May Hill Stakes.
We’ll start with the Doncaster Cup; this race over 2m2f is steeped in history and is one of the big staying races of the season. Times Up will be well fancied as he attempts to repeat Double Trigger’s feat of three wins in this race. He is worth considering but he should find it difficult to overturn his form with ESTIMATE (6/4 William Hill). She came flying back to form at York and was well clear of Times Up in that contest. She’ll benefit for the extra two furlongs on offer and should be able to add to he already illustrious career. Clever Cookie could also be one to watch now stepped up in class and distance.
The May Hill Stakes for 2yo fillies over 1m has thrown up some very classy horses in the past and this year’s renewal looks to be a tough race. Muraaqaba has the form over market rival Alonsoa and that rematch will be intriguing but AGNES STEWART (4/1 William Hill) could well beat them both. She has been sent over the Irish Sea by in form trainer Eddie Lynam with a solid chance after her recent victory has been franked with both a Listed and a Group 2 winner.
The final leg of the accumulator comes in the Flying Scotsman Stakes which is a Listed race for 2yo’s over 7f and WHITE LAKE (6/4 Betfred) could well improve on his maiden run and win this race. The Pivotal colt won one of the biggest maiden races of the year at York in fine fashion, form of which has been franked with the runner-up and fourth placed finisher go on to win. Toocoolforschool has the best form of the remainder of the field and should run a big race too.
2:40 – ESTIMATE (6/4 William Hill)
3:15 – AGNES STEWART (4/1 William Hill)
4:25 – WHITE LAKE (NAP) (6/4 Betfred)
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