Turf Titans- Top Horse Racing Tips At Yarmouth and Kempton on Wednesday, June 3

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


We’ve been firing in the winners this week with a huge double scoring on Monday and all our selections running really well. Let’s hope we can keep the good run going.

Our experts continue to study the form to bring you the best Horse Racing Tips around the world. So check out these tips and hit the betting buttons below to place your bets at the best price available.

HMS PRESIDENT (12.45 Yarmouth, 1m2f handicap)

The first turf meeting since racing returned after lockdown takes place at Yarmouth and the opening race can go the way of HMS President.

He was an impressive winner at Newcastle on only his second start and it’s interesting to note that champion jockey Oisin Murphy again takes the ride.

The runner-up from his last start was a subsequent winner and there was a lot to like about the way Eve Johnson Houghton’s runner travelled and sprinted clear of his rivals. 

Fitness, as with every other horse, needs to be taken on trust but this horse looks the type to watch this year.

BRIGHT MELODY (14.45 Kempton, 1m2f Group 3)

Created a striking impression when winning on debut at Chelmsford two months ago after missing the break and racing green but was well on top at the finish.

The third and fifth from that race both went on to win impressively next time, so the form looks solid.

Races against a host of top prospects but breeding, son of Dubawi and a Group 1 Fillies’ Mile winner, suggests he has the potential to reach the top and he has a good draw in stall 4 this time around.

Should continue to improve but this is a race to watch back multiple times as a host of winners should come out of the race.

BILLESDON BROOK (15.55 Kempton, 1m Listed)

Dual Group 1 winner drops back to Listed company for this seasonal reappearance and comes out best at the weights here.

Didn’t handle the track at Santa Anita in the Breeders’ Cup Filly & Mare Turf but before that had won the Sun Chariot Stakes at Newmarket.

Has won both her starts on artificial surfaces, including one at this track, and it may pay to side with the proven performer over exciting potential this time.

TWO BIDS (16.15 Yarmouth, 1m handicap)

An interesting runner given that trainer William Haggas races him over shorter than he’s ever raced and he’s proved tricky in his races, pulling hard at Ascot when finishing third over 1m4f.

The winner and runner-up both won subsequently so the form looks solid and Haggas reaches for a first-time hood here. Two Bids has also been gelded so better can be expected here as long as he learns to settle a bit better.