Wednesday Wonders – Best Bets at Haydock, Wolverhampton and Kempton on August 12

Runners sprint for the finish at KemptonRunners sprint for the finish at Kempton

Horse Racing tips

We’ve been in good form this week with two big-priced winners from four selections on Monday and we’re back on Wednesday with our best bets from the meeting at Wolverhampton, Kempton and Beverley

So check out today’s horse racing tips and don’t forget to click the links to take advantage of the best price on offer.

TOP BREEZE (3.20 Kempton, 6f handicap)

Has not been seen at his best in last three starts but all three of those runs have been on turf and he seems to be at his best on artificial surfaces.

Has form figures of 1211 on Polytrack and it could be he is just a better horse on synthetic tracks.

Jockey Shane Kelly knows the horse really well and he’s wearing blinkers for the second time here to sharpen him up and he should  be ridden prominently.

ARCHIMEDES (3.40 Beverley, 5f handicap)

Might look strange to put up a horse who has beaten just two of his 27 rivals in three starts since lockdown was lifted but there are a couple of reasons for thinking a better performance will be forthcoming here.

For a start, he’s down to a mark of 59 and his last win came off a mark of 64 just over a year ago so he’s well handicapped. 

Has form figues of 30152 on his runs at Beverley so goes well at the track and the application of blinkers for the first time in 2016 could spark a revival.

JAAIZAH (4.10 Beverley, 1m2f handicap)

Was well supported into favouritism to win at Newbury last time and was a shade disappointing to see her finish fifth.

The fact she was backed is a positive sign as to her ability and an opening mark of 79 looks workable for trainer Roger Varian, who has a 25 per cent strike-rate with his runners at Beverley.

BURKE AND WILLS (4.20 Kempton, 1m handicap)

Caught the eye when running well despite being green at Windsor last time and looks the ideal type to improve now racing in handicaps.

William Buick, who is a challenger to be champion jockey this week, has been booked which is a huge positive and he’s got a good draw.