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Bankers Away from the Big Meetings Acca. Check out the four bankers that make our acca on Saturday, August 6.Bankers Away from the Big Meetings Acca. Check out the four bankers that make our acca on Saturday, August 6.

Bankers Away from the Big Meetings Acca

It’s a very busy Saturday of racing, but away from the main action, our expert tipster has identified four bankers across the quartet of meetings not included in ITV’s bumper eleven race coverage. Combining these selections creates an 11/1 ‘Bankers Away from the Big Meetings’ accumulator, which with just one click of the banner below will add selections straight to your bet slip.


Golden Voice (3.27 Redcar) 1/2

The feature race at Redcar on Saturday is the Celebrating 150 Years Of Redcar Racecourse Handicap, yet the presence of GOLDEN VOICE has scared most of the potential runners off, and he now looks set to be one of the shortest-priced favourites across the Saturday cards.

William Haggas’s gelding has produced form figures of 1211 since being gelded and receiving wind surgery, justifying favouritism to land 7f Sandown handicaps the last twice.

He’s up 6lb for his most recent success, but this certainly looks like his optimum trip and there’s no doubt that he’s going the right way, so should prove tough to beat and get the acca off to a flying start.

Bankers Away from the Big Meetings Acca. William Haggas's Golden Voice looks set to go off one of the shortest priced favourites across the Saturday cards.

Bankers Away from the Big Meetings Acca. William Haggas’s Golden Voice looks set to go off one of the shortest-priced favourites across the Saturday cards.


Nikini (5.20 Kilbeggan) 4/6

Top trainer Willie Mullins seldom makes the trip to Kibeggan without picking up at least a few races, and he appears to hold leading claims of taking Saturday’s opening KilbegganRaces.com Maiden Hurdle with NIKINI.

This mare looked potentially well above average when bolting up in a Ballinrobe bumper on debut last August, and although she failed to add to that in three subsequent runs, she was contesting Graded/Listed bumpers, not being disgraced on any occasion.

Related to a number of winning hurdlers, Nikini is bred to make her mark in this sphere, and these good ground conditions suit her well. She should really be up to landing this prize.



Open Champion (7.35 Lingfield) 11/10

The best bet on Lingfield’s all-weather Saturday card comes in the Core Group Maiden Stakes, where OPEN CHAMPION can be backed to get off the mark at the third time of asking.

This Sheikh Mohammed Obaid Al Maktoum-owned 3yo was gelded after a modest debut effort at Newbury in April, and that clearly made a positive impact, with him much improved to finish second at Newmarket next time out.

From a family that the owner knows well, being by Postponed out of their Group 3 winner Nargys, Open Champion wouldn’t need to improve dramatically on that Newmarket showing to be up to landing what looks a modest enough maiden.

Bankers Away from the Big Meetings Acca. Ray Dawson can ride a winner in the famous Sheikh Mohammed Obaid Al Maktoum silks at Lingfield on Saturday.

Bankers Away from the Big Meetings Acca. Ray Dawson can ride a winner in the famous Sheikh Mohammed Obaid Al Maktoum silks at Lingfield on Saturday.


Water Of Leith (7.45 Ayr) 11/8

The return to the Jim Goldie yard has brought about some improved form from WATER OF LEITH the last twice, with the 4yo backing up a promising course and distance second to score over 5f here on Monday.

That brought his form figures for this stable to an impressive 611321, and on that Monday showing, stepping back up to 6f should work in Water Of Leith’s favour.

He is on a 7lb higher mark of 68 here but was rated as high as 92 at his peak so this mark shouldn’t be beyond him, and if, as expected, Majeski Man makes this a decent test from the front, Water Of Leith can be placed to pick up the pieces late on under Paul Mulrennan, who was also aboard on Monday.


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