Weekend Wonders – Horse Racing Tips at Windsor and Newmarket on Sunday, June 28
Horse Racing Tips
It may be Sunday but it’s not a day of rest as far as we’re concerned as we continue in our never-ending quest to beat the bookies.
Our form experts have given up their weekend to bring you the best horse racing tips in the business and guide you on the path to profits.
LADY BOWTHORPE (1.35 Newmarket, 1m handicap)
Lightly raced but improving with every run and she did amazingly well to win on her reappearance after being badly hampered around the home turn at Lingfield.
Won that in the style of a filly on the up and interesting to note that trainer William Jarvis said after the race that he thinks she’ll prove better than a handicapper in time.
Jarvis has booked Ryan Moore for the ride.
ACCIDENTAL AGENT (3.00 Windsor, 1m Listed)
Group 1 winner after winning the Queen Anne at Royal Ascot two years ago but became inconsistent after and was gelded over the winter.
Ran an absolute cracker on his return at Royal Ascot, again in the Queen Anne, when he finished fifth and he was the only horse to make ground from off the pace on that occasion.
The only Group 1 winner in the race, he sets the standard for the others to aim at.
SURF DANCER (3.35 Windsor, 1m handicap)
Battling on bravely when all but put over the rail inside the final furlong on his return at Sandown and that run can be upgraded given trainer William Haggas’s horses were not in flying form at the time.
Has been raised 3lb for that defeat, which isn’t ideal, but he is till well fancied and Haggas is operating at a near 26 per cent strike-rate in the last fortnight.
TATTENHAMS (4.10 Windsor, 1m2f handicap)
A low-grade handicap and a lot of the runners appear to be out of form. But there are a couple of reasons why Tattenhams could go well on his second start of the season.
She’s lightly raced and would have found the ground too soft for her when attempting to make all over a mile at Yarmouth last time.
This trip much more to her liking and she’s 1lb lower than when finishing second, beaten just a neck on good to firm ground at Lingfield at this time last year.