Wednesday Wonders – Top Horse Racing Tips At Haydock and Hamilton

HORSE RACING TIPS

It’s the time you’ve all been waiting for. Our four best bets for Wednesday’s racing as we continue with our quest to beat the bookies.

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SEEN THE LYTE (13.20 Hamilton, 5f handicap)

Five-year-old’s mark catches the eye as she’s clicked down to a rating below the ones she’s won off on the last three occasions she’s passed the post in front.

Caught the eye on her seasonal return at Wolverhampton when missing the break and pulling way too hard but still had enough ability to run on in the home straight.

Ideally suited by a fast-run five furlongs, she can run well here.

SHE CAN BOOGIE (13.40 Haydock, 5f handicap)

Did extremely well to stand up when stumbling badly on leaving the stalls and nearly unseating Richard Kingscote on her comeback run at this track. Did well to finish where she did given that and her run can be upgraded.

She’s now 2lb below her last winning mark, so she looks well treated, and she’s won on a variety of ground. Kingscote rides this track better than most other jockeys and he can get into the winner’s enclosure again here.

HEXAGON (15.40 Haydock, 1m handicap)

A hot race with five of the 12 runners winning their last start and a host of improving three-year-olds to choose from.

We’re siding with Hexagon in the hope he is fit for this comeback run. He finished close behind some top horses, including two of last week’s Royal Ascot winners, as a juvenile and appeared to be improving with every run.

Trainer Roger Charlton’s horses are hitting form now and we hope for a decent return.

JALAAD (16.10 Haydock, 1m handicap)

On the face of it he appeared to disappoint when well fancied for his comeback run at Newmarket but he raced on the worse part of the track for most of the way and all five horses to finish in front of him spent most of their time on the favoured stands’ rail.

Still lightly raced for a five-year-old with just nine career starts and suspicion is we have still to see the best of him.

Looks as if he’ll have Sovereign Grant to beat but we may get a better price as a result.