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Weekend Racing Tips

Today we have selections from Josh Wright.

3.10 Haydock

This looks a fairly competitive race and with 4 places still to aim at I am hoping these two give me and any followers a run for our money.

Hollow Blue Sky appears to save his best for this track and has been running well enough at times this season. He has won at C2 level before and is well enough handicapped from this mark – he actually has a 17lb swing I think with Gonalston Cloud from when they last met at Doncaster and that should ensure they get a bit closer at least. There is a slight stamina question over this one but he has won over 2m6f here, in a style which suggests 3m is fine, and he has placed over this tip. He ticks plenty of other boxes and I just though 20/1 -16/1 was too big. He can hit the odd fence and can be ridden some way out, as if he is in trouble – but, he usually responds, tries, and keeps on galloping. I fancy him to out-run these odds.

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Favourites to Come Good

Today we have our regular column from Jamie P who currently provides his tips in the members forum at the Betting School Insiders Club –

Here's Jamie…

Favourites to come good on T20 Saturday

A great week for the column last time out with three wins from three in the Premier League but with international friendlies going on rather than the usual domestic action, this week we turn our attentions to Saturday’s T20 cricket.

First up, it’s New Zealand against Bangladesh and there are very few reasons to think this match will not go to form. Bangladesh will be kicking themselves for not managing just two runs off three balls with wickets in hand (even one run would have tied the match) against India but only have themselves to blame. Mushfiqur Rahim and Mahmudullah both went for glory, tried to hit a six to get the winning runs and got out when keeping the ball on the ground and running hard was clearly the way to go.

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Racing Consultants Free Tips

Today we are able to share a bit of the expertise available to Betting Insiders club members.

The analysis and selections come from David Massey and Rory Delargey.

Two guys that you will no doubt of heard of if you listen to any of the bookmaker/timeform radio channels.

Below you will find their selections for today's racing along with their reasoning and analysis for each bet.

This information is posted in the Betting Insiders Club members only forum where Rory and David are currently providing daily analysis and selections to all Betting Insiders members.

Today’s Selections:

1pt e/w Silver Roque 4.20 Perth @ 11-1 (general)
0.5 pts e/w Apache Glory 4.00 Beverley @ 12-1 (general)
0.5 pts e/w double

Silver Roque looks a very fair price for what, at first glance, looks quite an open handicap at Perth but a few of these have been disappointing this year and one or two are probably running at the wrong trip too. The key to Silver Roque is simple – he goes particularly well after a break, with his last three wins all coming after breaks of 4 months or more. His last win, over Tahiti Pearl, may only have been at Sedgefield but he was hugely impressive, having the race won a long way out, and travelling strongly throughout. Add in the recent rain that has fallen at the track and the fact his trainer is back amongst the winners and the morning price looks a decent one.

Apache Glory is more speculative but there are good reasons for thinking he’s overpriced. Genius Boy will go off favourite here, and whilst it would be wrong to say he’s a false favourite as he was punted off the boards for his debut at Wolverhampton and raced throughout like he knew his job, and clearly there will be more to come, but the form as it stands is ordinary and Beverley is very much a specialist track. But his presence will mean others go off overpriced (Maybeme was also looked at as a possible e/w selection too, he could go off a 33s chance if the favourite gets punted in again) but at the morning prices Apache Glory is the one that makes the most appeal.

Winner of this race last year, this has clearly been the target again, and although he is 4lb higher than his victory last year he has also run well here in a better race from 4lb higher than this mark, so he’s handicapped to win again.

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