Weekend Wonders – Best Bets at Newmarket and Newcastle on Saturday, June 6
HORSE RACING TIPS
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QUEENS GIFT (13.50 Newmarket, 5f Group 3)
Improved massively last season and was only three-quarters of a length behind one of the likely market leaders Judicial at Beverley last season and it;s worth backing her as she is more than than three times the price this time around.
Seemed to improve again in first-time cheekpieces on her final run last season and connections were at pains to to say they think she will improve again this year.
Trainer Michael Dods won this race with mare Mabs Cross in the last two years so knows exactly the type of filly needed to win this and Queens Gift could well be overpriced
PRINCE OF ARRAN (14.40 Newcastle, 2m Group 3)
Globetrotter who has raced on four continents and has run stormers to finish second and third in the last two Melbourne Cups.
Acts well around this track, having finished two lengths behind Withhold when attempting to give him 5lb in the Northumberland Plate two years ago.
Always runs his race and can gain his first win in Britain since November 2016.
AL AASY (15.00 Newmarket, 1m2f Listed)
Plenty of punters proclaimed Waldkonig as the new Pegasus after his victory last season but he seems too short in the market for a race of this nature and we prefer the chances of Al Aasy.
He travelled like the best horse in the race and just got tapped for toe over seven furlongs on his sole start at this track last year before staying on really strongly at the death to finish third.
He looks certain to improve over this trip and could be value against the warm favourite.
AMBASSADORIAL (16.10 Newmarket, 1m handicap)
Competes for the under-rated Jane Chapple-Hyam and he has a good record fresh, which is why we like the fact that he is returning from a 91-day break after competing in Meydan over the winter.
Has seemingly never been at his best on turf but he’s not had that many chances to prove his worth on that surface and he’s off an attractive mark if you look back to his Irish form of two years ago.