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Free betting previews and race-by-race tips for Saturday

By Vaseline May30,2024

Racing tips for Saturday

DONCASTER: 4.38 Plus Point, 5.08 Make Love, 5.40 King’s Gamble, 6.15 High Order, 6.50 Silver Samurai, 7.20 Burning Cash, 7.50 King Of Tonga, 8.20 Giselles Izzy.

EPSOM: 1.25 Bubbles Wonky, 2.00 Breege, 2.35 Embesto, 3.10 Tears Of A Clown, 3.45 Clarendon House, 4.30 OLD WISDOM (NAP), 5.15 Relentless Voyager, 5.50 Mums Tipple.

HEXHAM: 4.15 Book Of Secrets, 4.55 Backbyjet, 5.30 Ashington, 6.05 Kaaress, 6.35 Halpha Soleil, 7.07 Rumble B.

LINGVELD: 5.35 Chagall, 6.10 Everywhere, 6.45 Robusto, 7.15 Amestris, 7.45 Usuario Amigo, 8.15 Resonance, 8.45 Jungle Charm.

LISTOWEL: 2.25 Media Naranja, 3.00 Jet Setting Jim, 3.35 What About No, 4.10 Jake Peter, 4.50 Ceroc, 5.25 Rising Dust, 6.00 Bective Queen.

MOSSELBURGH: 1.40 Canaria Prince, 2.15 New Image, 2.50 Up The Clarets, 3.25 Princess Alex, 4.00 Watcha Matey, 4.45 Batal Zabeel, 5.20 Scarriff.

STRATFORD: 5.23 Wales, 5.55 Minella Miracle, 6.28 Kankin, 7.00 Secret Trix, 7.30 Musical Slave, 8.00 Hot Fizzy Lizzy, 8.30 Forget The Way, 9.00 Supreme Yeats.

TRAMORE: 5.10 Miss Oreo, 5.45 Three By Two, 6.20 Walmix, 6.55 Tingarran Express, 7.25 Wolfhill, 7.55 Mercury Mission, 8.25 Ocean Brew.

WORCESTER: 12.40 Chemical Warfare, 1.15 Optimistic Joe, 1.45 Wiltshire Wonder, 2.20 Shengai Enki, 2.55 Urban Soldier, 3.30 Hiconic, 4.05 Soir De Gala.

DOUBLE: Ancient wisdom and Breege

Ancient wisdom may spoil the Ballydoyle party at the Betfred Derby at Epsom.

The Charlie Appleby-trained colt has hardly put a foot wrong in his career so far, taking the Futurity Trophy at Doncaster on the final start of a junior career in which even his only defeat in two turned out well, with Rosallion winning the Irish 2,000 Guineas.

Everything about his performance at Town Moor indicated he was a real keeper this year and that form is unstoppable as runners-up Devil’s Point have conquered the German Guineas, fifth home Dancing Gemini were just denied in the French Guineas and sixth-seeded Diego Velazquez is favorite for the French Derby.

His return in the Dante was rather overshadowed by the performance of the Economy winner, but Ancient Wisdom remained encouraging and came second in territory that wasn’t really in his favour.

There’s been a lot of talk before the race about Aidan O’Brien’s City Of Troy and in recent days about his stablemate Los Angeles, but while City Of Troy could still be the superstar he hoped, Ancient Wisdom appeals as someone who really will excel. for a mile and a half on a surface more to his liking than York.

And while O’Brien is a master at bringing his horses back from defeat, Appleby has been here before, when Adayar was defeated in his trial before winning the blue pennant in 2021.

It seems a bit harsh on Breege that she only has a debut win after twelve career starts and hopefully she can add another via the Princess Elizabeth Stakes.

Trained by John and Sean Quinn, the four-year-old filly always keeps good company and narrowly missed out on the Group Three prize when beaten by less than a length in the Oak Tree Stakes at Goodwood last year.

Back at Goodwood for her first run since October, she ran her race again and finished a close third in the listed company.

She is actually doing very well on her visits to Goodwood, which gives hope for dealing with the Epsom waves. She will also like the soil.

Embesto gets another chance in the Betfred Diomed Stakes.

He was looking forward to returning in the Earl of Sefton at Newmarket in April, but he found grip early and eventually fell away to finish fifth, with the returning Regal Reality ahead of him.

The four-year-old had made progress in every start last season and with a run now under his belt he can resume his upward profile.

Tears Of A Clown is a form that fits well in the Betfred 3YO ‘Dash’ Handicap.

She has plenty of speed, which will be crucial, and is relatively exposed with just five starts to her name. She showed up well again on her first run back before tiring and Henry Candy can be expected to have done some more work with this in mind.

The equivalent ‘Dash’ for the older horses is always fast and furious. Sprint king Robert Cowell may hold the key with his two runners, Clarendon House and Democracy Dilemma. It’s hard to split them, but the preference is pretty much the former.

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