Haydock Horse Racing tips – Best Bets to Bash The Bookies on Tuesday, June 9


As ever we’ve been firing in some big-priced winners in the last few days in our continual quest to beat the bookies and provide you with profit. 

Our experts have given up their weekend to study all the form and provide the best Horse Racing Tips around the world. So check out these tips and hit the betting buttons below to place your bets at the best price available.

SKONTONOVSKI (14.15 Haydock, 7f handicap)

Unlucky to still be a maiden after being caught in the final strides over half a furlong further at Ffos Las last season.

Free-running sort who seems best from the front, so it’s no surprise he disappointed on his final start in a valuable sales race at Doncaster when a change in tactics resulted in him pulling too hard.

His dam won a Listed race with cut in the ground in Ireland, so conditions should suit him and the booking of champion jockey Oisin Murphy catches the eye

JUMIRA BRIDGE (14.45 Haydock, 5f handicap)

Robert Cowell’s sprinter tends to go well fresh with form figures of 12201 after breaks of more than 60 days, which makes him of obvious interest here.

Is now 1lb lower than for his last win, which came on his seasonal reappearance last year at Sandown.

Likely to be held up, you can expect him to go close under Jim Crowlet providing the pair suffer no trouble in running.

MUSCIKA (15.15 Haydock, 6f handicap)

Six-year-old sprinter ran a string of fine races in decent handicaps last season but has still managed to drop to a mark of 87, which is the rating he’s had the last two times he’s won.

That suggests he should be more than competitive here and he also performed well on his only visit to this track.

Both his recent wins have come on good ground and jockey Danny Tudhope may have chosen him ahead of David O’Meara-trained stablemate Intisaab

FINERY (16.15 Haydock, 1m2f handicap)

Some unexposed fillies open to plenty of improvement in this handicap but we’re going with the one at the bottom of the weight.

Finery was really impressive at Southwell last time, travelling strongly before coming clear to win with the minimum of effort.

The horse who finished third on that occasion, London Calling, has won subsequently off a mark of 71 so Finery’s mark of 72 looks eminently workable and she should be capable of running a big race.