Here are the How To Back WinnersRacing Selections for Saturday May 25th. Good Luck.
3.50pm Haydock – Swiss Spirit – 1 point win
4.20pm Haydock – Chester Aristocrat – 1 point win
2.55pm York – Judge ‘n Jury – 1 point each-way
4.00pm York – Pintrada – 1 point win
5.10pm York – Maven – 1 point win
Classic trials at Lingfield and Victoria Cup at Ascot
The highlights this weekend are the Derby and Oaks trials at Lingfield, the ultra competitive Victoria Cup Handicap at Ascot and some high quality jumping action at Haydock.
Here are the How To Back Winnersracing tips for Saturday May 11th. Best of Luck.
3.15pm Ascot – Princess Of Orange – 1 point win
3.50pm Ascot – Dream, Tune – 1 point each-way
3.50pm Ascot – Haaf A Sixpence – 1 point win
1.50pm Haydock – Cucumber Run – 1point win
3.30pm Haydock Forgotten Voice – 2 points win
Sir Michael Stoute‘s Eagle Peak makes a good deal of appeal in the Gordon Richards Stakes 3.15pm at Sandown. Eagle Peak has plenty to find on official figures but Stoute has a great record in the Gordon Richardsandthe form of Eagle Peak‘s defeat of Cubanita at Goodwood last year has been very well franked by the second going on to beat the subsequent dual Group 2 and Group 1 winner, Sajjhaa, at Doncaster next time.
Cardinal Walter, who was a close third to Eagle Peak at Goodwood is worth considering at Ripon in the Riponbet Stakes 4.05pm. Kieren Fallon is an eye-catching booking. If Eagle Peak wins, or runs well, Cardinal Walter is likely to shorten, so back him before 3.15.
Conditions will be ideal for Balthazar King in the bet365 Gold Cup 3.50pm. Philip Hobbs’ gelding ran well for a long way in the Grand National and I can see him bowling along in the lead at Sandown and, for those backers who like to insure, it could be being possible to lay off in running and have a free bet at worse.
Finally, Sir Henry Cecil’s Continuum, who must have a good chunk of ability to still be at Warren Place as an un-raced 4-year-old, makes his debut in 1m2f maiden 5.05pm at Leicester.
Here are the How To Back Winners Racing tips for Saturday April 27th. Good luck everyone.
3.15pm Sandown – Eagle Peak – 1 point win
3.50pm Sandown – Balthazar King – 1 point each-way
4.05pm Ripon – Cardinal Walter – 1 point win
4.40pm Ripon – The Art Of Racing – 1 point win
5.05pm Leicester – Continuum – 1 point win
5.10pm Doncaster – Pearl Nation – 1 point win
Welcome to the How To Back Winners brief preview and tips for the 2013 Grand National meeting. The post will be updated again on Friday afternoon with tips for Saturday’s racing at Aintree.
1.45pm – Utopie Des Bordes – seemed to find 3m stretching her at Cheltenham last time and could easily be another for the in-from Henderson and Geraghty combo back at 2m4f.
2.15pm – Sire De Grugy – smart hurdler who’s taken well to fences. Track, trip and going should all suit.
2.50pm – African Gold – Very progressive staying novice and well worth each-way support against the more established long distance hurdlers.
3.25pm – Opening Batsman – from an in-form stable and on an steep upward curve.
4.15pm – Join Together – represents last year’s winning team and trained for race after good second over big fences in Becher Chase. Solid each-way chance.
5.10pm – Makbullet – Well handicapped on last year’s form and decent each-way chance if fully wound up for comeback.
5.45pm – Tistory -Very highly regarded and another with a major shout for Henderson and Geraghty.
2.00pm – Art Of Logistics – described by his trainer, Dessie Hughes, as a “proper, proper horse” and could cause an upset.
2.30pm – Super Duty – tough and doesn’t know how to run a bad race.
3.05pm – Sprinter Sacre – can pass his stiffest test to date.
3.40pm – Sizing Santiago – could go well at a big price as heavy ground has been against him on his last two runs and he’d previously looked very progressive.
4.15pm – Our Vinnie – Boasts very smart Irish form and didn’t get a chance to show what he’s capable of when brought down at the sixth at Cheltenham last time each-way alternative to hot favourite At Fishers Cross.
4.50pm – Barbatos – Course and distance winner who looked on the way back to his best when seventh at Cheltenham and has solid each-way claims.
5.25pm – The Pirate’s Queen – very promising debut behind highly regarded type at Kempton and gets weight from all bar one of her rivals.
2.00pm L’Unique won a bumper here and Alan King’s filly could represent a bit of each-way value in this juvenile contest.
2.30pm – Silviniaco Conti should win this if his fall three out when still going well in the Cheltenham Gold Cup has not affected his confidence. He won’t be much of a price though.
3.05pm – The New One won a strong renewal of the Neptune Novices Hurdle at Cheltenham and is well worth his place against more established performers.
3.40pm – Warne comes here on a high and should go well if taking to the National fences in a wide open Foxhunters Chase.
4.15pm – Donnas Palm is very well handicapped on his best Irish form and is worth a speculative each-way bet in an open race at likely big odds on his debut for Tim Vaughan.
4.50pm – Captain Conan is fancied to gain his revenge on Changing Times who finished in front of him at Cheltenham on this easier track.
5.25pm – Lienosus should enjoy stepping up in trip and looks potentially well handicapped.
The How To Back Winners racing tips and suggested stakes for the Easter Racing weekend.
Saturday, 30th March, UK Racing
1.20pm Doncaster – Shropshire – 1 point win
1.45pm Kempton – Queen Of The Tarts – 1 point each-way
1.55pm Doncaster - Gaul Wood – 1 point win
3.05pm Doncaster – Eshtibaak – 1 point win
3.40pm Doncaster – Moves Like Jagger – 1 point win
4.35pm Kemtpon – Khawatim – 1 point win The Dubai World Cup meeting Saturday
4.40pm Meydan – Ocean Park – 1 point win
6.05pm Meydan – Kassiano – 1 point each-way Irish Grand National Easter Monday
4.50pm Fairyhouse – Home Farm – 1 point win
Turf Flat racing is back with the Lincoln on Saturday
The William Hill Lincoln on Saturday is the highlight of the first meeting of the the new turf Flat season which gets under way at Doncaster on Friday.
The draw often plays a role in the outcome of the first leg of the Spring Double but by the time the Lincoln is run at 3.50pm on Saturday there should have been plenty of clues to which, if any side of the track, in favoured. The best clue of all will come in the Spring Mile at 3,15pm when the horses that didn’t make the cut for the Lincoln race over the same course and distance. Anton Chigugh is How To Back Winners‘ chief early fancy for the Lincoln. The Tom Dascombe-trained four-year-old needs half a dozen of those in the weights above him to drop out to run in the Lincoln, but he’s worth sticking in whichever race he ends up in. Please noteAnton Chigurh is set to run at The Curragh on Sunday in the Betvictor Irish Lincoln 3.30pm. Anton Chigurh improved throughout last year, is open to further progress and will not mind if the going, as predicted, is testing.
Michael Bell’s newcomer, Moves Like Jagger, catches the eye in the opening Universal Recycling Maiden Stakes 1.30pm at Doncaster on Saturday. Bell won one of the maidens at the same meeting last year with the very useful Born To Surprise and Moves Like Jagger is bred to very decent himself. Any market confidence should be noted.
Noel Quinlan’s Kwawatim is fit and in-form after a good spell on the all-weather and he makes a good deal of appeal back on turf, a surface he’s been successful on in France, in the William Hill – No 1 Downloaded Betting App Handicap 2.05pm.
David O’Meara has made his reputation by improving horses that join him from other trainers and his recent recruit, Swicther, who showed plenty of ability for her previous handler, looks well worth keeping an eye on in the 6f Listed William Hill – New Ipad App Cammidge Trophy 3.15pm.
The How To Back Winners racing tips and suggested stakes for Saturday March 23rd and Sunday March 24th.
1.30pm Doncaster – Moves Like Jagger – 1 point win
2.05pm Doncaster – Khawatim – 1 point win
3.15pm Doncaster – Switcher – 1 point win
4.40pm Newbury – Gingerburn – 1 point win Sunday
4.30pm The Curragh – Anton Chigurh 1 point win
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