Saturday Stunners – Top Horse Racing Tips from Newmarket, Haydock, Market Rasen and Ripon on Saturday, September 26
What a day in store on Saturday and we’ve got horse racing tips to keep you covered throughout the day, with Newmarket taking centre stage and hosting two Group 1 races and the historic Cambridgeshire Handicap.
Elsewhere there is further action on the Flat at Haydock, Ripon and Chelmsford, while there is a decent card at Market Rasen to keep jumps fans happy.
We’ve studied every piece of form and looked over the day’s horse racing action and picked out our Saturday racing best bets and tips for the pick of the day’s racing action.
SATURDAY HORSE RACING TIPS – BEST BETS FOR NEWMARKET, HAYDOCK, MARKET RASEN AND RIPON
3.00 Newmarket – Juddmonte Middle Park Stakes (Group 1 colts, 2yo, 6f)
A wide-open race with promising colts Method and Minzaal heading the market for trainers Martyn Meade and Owen Burrows. Both colts have plenty of potential and we have yet to find the limit of their ability but they may have to give best to Irish raider LUCKY VEGA.
Jessica Harrington’s runner already has a Group 1 win under his belt after comfortably beating the reopposing The Lir Jet in the Phoenix Stakes at the Curragh in August so sets the standard on form,
Dodn’t get the run of the race when fifth in the Group 1 National Stakes a couple of weeks ago and should find conditions in his favour here.
3.35 Newmarket – bet365 Cambridgeshire (3yo+ handicap 1m1f)
The Cambridgeshire is a huge betting heat and features 29 runners making their way up the expansive Newmarket straight and it can be worth backing outsiders, with 50/1 and 40/1 winners in the last ten years and seven of the last ten successful at a double-figure price.
So we’re going to take a chance on KING CARNEY at a decent price. His form ties in closely with one of the market leaders Tempus, who King Carney finished just a length behind last time over a mile and he was staying on in a manner to suggest he could have got on top with an extra furlong.
The booking of William Buick by trainer Charlie Fellowes is an interesting one and it’s interesting to note that last year’s Cambridgeshire winner Lord North was also beaten in the same race as King Carney contested last time before going on to Newmarket glory
4.35 Ripon -Watch Sky Sports Racing In HD Handicap (3yo+ 1m4f)
MUTAMADED has not done much in a couple of runs this season but there are a couple of reasons for thinking he can perform better this time around.
He’s now down to a mark 2lb below his last winning one, so he is clearly well handicapped, and he’s a three-time course winner so he clearly handles the idiosyncratic track well.
Ruth Carr’s runners have started to turn the corner and she’s had some big-priced runners place in the last week, so Mutamaded could be set to bounce back to form.