Thursday Thrills – Top Horse Racing Tips at Haydock and Bath

Saturday racing selections. William Buick can get amongst the winners at Ascot on British Champions Day.Saturday racing selections. William Buick can get amongst the winners at Ascot on British Champions Day.


And here they are, our four best bets for Thursday’s racing as we continue on our merry way with our aim of beating the bookies 

Our experts continue to study the cards to identify their best bets and provide top Horse Racing Tips from around the world. So check out these tips and hit the betting buttons below to place your bets at the best price available.

KIMIFIVE (13.45 Haydock, 6f handicap)

Form of his sixth last time working out really well, with the winner and second both going on to be placed at Royal Ascot and this five-year-old would have been involved in the finish if he’d had a clear run in that Newmarket contest.

He usually improves for his first run, winning on his second start last term and he’s off a mark at which he is capable of being competitive.

Trainer Joseph Tuite has hit form and there is a lot to like about Kimifive’s chances.

SPRING OF LOVE (15.15 Haydock, 7f Listed)

Had just the one run but was an impressive winner of a maiden at Newmarket and the form of that race has worked out really well with the runner-up going on to finish second in a Listed handicap at Royal Ascot on her latest start.

Spring of Love travelled superbly through the race in the manner of a decent filly and it’s worth noting that after her maiden win, trainer Charlie Appleby said the plan was to put her away until the spring.

Coronavirus lockdown means she’s probably starting later than planned and she is the stable’s second string on jockey bookings, but impression left by her first win means she’s impossible to ignore.

SAN SEBASTIAN (15.45 Haydock, 1m2f handicap)

Showed more than enough ability in his four career runs to suggest he is capable of winning an average handicap at this level.

Plenty of upside in backing him as he’s up against some out-of-form exposed handicappers and he’s been gelded since his last run, which should bring about some improvement.

Trainer Ed Dunlop has been in good form since the sport resumed and can taste more success here.

SINNDARELLA (20.10 Haydock, 2m1f handicap)

Travelled like the best horse in the race and didn’t get the clearest of runs on her return at Chelmsford last week.

Tends to improve for her first run after her break and jockey Raul Da Silva had been replaced by the more experienced Franny Norton.

Sinndarella goes well at this idiosyncratic track with form figures of 422 at the course and another good run can be expected.