Fab Four Favourites To Win On Tuesday, June 22nd

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Four Winning Favourites On Tuesday, June 22nd

It’s a busy Tuesday’s racing, and here at Racing Tips, we are aiming to simplify this by providing the four favourites that we feel will win. Selections come from Beverley, Brighton, Newbury and Newton Abbot – and all four selections combined comes out at a healthy 68/1.

MR COALVILLE – 1.15 Beverley – 6/4

Plenty of unraced newcomers here from powerful yards, but on what he has achieved up to now MR COALVILLE really should be making it third time lucky. A credible 6th of 17 on debut at Thirsk, he stepped forward on that showing when runner-up over course and distance last week.

That was a particularly noteworthy performance as his rider dislocated his shoulder in the closing stages and was therefore unable to ride him out. Stefano Cherchi now takes over and his five-pound claim is a further plus for Mr Coalville’s chances.

ALAMBRISTA – 2.45 Brighton – 15/8

With a pedigree laden with pattern winners, ALAMBRISTA is bred to be far better than her opening handicap mark of 63. She showed ability in all three starts last year, finishing a respectable 5th at Lingfield when last seen.

She returns from a break with her yard in scintillating form, and this is exactly the type of horse that they tend to excel with. Expect her to be ending the season on a rating significantly higher than the one she starts it on.

NAVEGAON GATE – 6.30 Newbury – 5/2

Ed Walker’s NAVEGAON GATE has run well in defeat in his two starts so far this season, with both efforts coming at this venue. He finished third in a first-time tongue tie last time out, and that form has received a major subsequent boost courtesy of the second home Mojo Star – who was second in the Derby earlier this month.

Now sent handicapping off a workable opening mark of 81, he firmly rates as the one to beat.

DARLING MALTAIX – 7.45 Newton Abbot – 7/4

DARLING MALTAIX demolished a modest field at Ludlow on his penultimate start, before coming up short at Kempton in October. That form reads very well in the context of this race, however, and his all-conquering yard is enjoying a strong run of form.

A wind op may eke out some improvement from this now eight-year-old, and there seems a strong chance that he could dominate in this small field with no obvious front runner in resistance.

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The ‘Fab Four Favs Acca’ comes out at odds of 68/1 and is backable via 888sport.