Saturday Stunners – Best Bets from Newcastle, Newmarket and Redcar on June 27

Horse Racing Tips

We’ve been hitting the crossbar with our horse racing tips this week, with a frustrating run of seconds but what better day to turn the tide than on a big Saturday.

Our experts have studied the form to come up with our four best big-priced bets in our continuall quest to beat the bookies. Check them out and bet using the buttons below.

HARRY’S BAR (1.50 Newcastle, 6f Group 3)

Rising rapidly through the ranks and has not finished out of the first three in his last nine handicaps.

Steps up in class here but does not have too much to find with those at the head of the market of ratings and the fact he’s a confirmed all-weather specialist will stand him in good stead here.

Travelled really well when winning on this surface in February and deserves to take his chance at this level, while there could still be more to come over this trip as he’s only really focused on six furlongs recently.

Trainer James Fanshawe has just started to hit form so all points to a big run.

ON THE WARPATH (2.40 Newmarket, 7f Group 3)

Looked to be on the cusp of Group class when thrashing Summerghand (finished second in the Wokingham last week) by three lengths in May last year.

Was not seen in Britain again after that win and clearly had his problems but he put in a pleasing return at Meydan when fourth over this trip in February.

Form ties in closely with runners who are shorter than him in the market and he has good course form. 

William Buick may have chosen him over stablemate Mubtasim, who is shorter in the market.

SIGLO SIX (2.50 Redcar, 1m handicap)

Ground conditions seem key to this Hugo Palmer-trained runner with form figures of 211 on going with the word firm in the description.

Recent heatwave would have been welcomed by connections and he showed enough on his last run at Newcastle to suggest his turn was not far away.

Top apprentice Cieren Fallon has been booked for the ride and his 3lb claim leaves Siglo Six running off only 1lb higher than his last winning mark.

A good run is expected.

RAJINSKY (3.35 Newcastle, 2m handicap)

This is a race packed full of smart stayers but we’re going to advise a bet on a horse who promises to improve for the step up to two miles for the first time.

Rajinsky made an eyecatching return at Newbury in soft ground last time when making good headway to close down the leaders over 1m4f and he’s previously won over 1m6f on an artificial surface at Wolverhampton.

Worth backing him each-way and taking a chance that his first run over two miles will bring some big improvement.