Jargon worth following in Lingfield opener

Punters can get off to a flyer at Lingfield on Monday afternoon by following the in-form stable of Michael Bell. Jargon The Newmarket trainer has not hit the headlines so far this season but his horses have really been picking up form in recent weeks. The two-year-old Jargon was a third winner from four runners when he stormed home at Brighton, a fourth winner being narrowly denied when George Cinq… Read More »

Triple to blaze the trail at Windsor

There is a competitive field of ten set to line-up for the six furlong sprint at Windsor on Monday evening. Mia San Triple The betting market is dominated by three-year-olds making their handicap debuts. Mia San Triple is a course and distance winner after beating Belletriste by three-quarters of a length here last month. Jeremy Noseda’s filly is a daughter of Invincible Spirit out of a Southern Halo mare and… Read More »

Isner to overpower Sela in Atlanta

American John Isner, our pre-tournament pick, has moved through to the final in Atlanta where he will play Dudi Sela of Israel. John Isner Isner is the top seed and defending champion and will be competing in his fourth Atlanta ATP final in five years. The world number 12 completed a straight-sets victory over fellow American Jack Sock in the semi-final. Isner held his serve throughout the match, breaking once… Read More »

Redkirk to strike for in-form Haggas

Trainer William Haggas enjoyed success across three meetings on Saturday including winning the valuable Skybet Dash at York with the progressive Muthmir (tipped in this column at 6.50). Redkirk The racing is not quite of the same class at Ascot on Sunday but there are still some useful performers in action including Haggas’s unbeaten gelding Redkirk. The son of Notnowcato made his racecourse debut at Yarmouth last month over ten furlongs.… Read More »

Aussiebet bashes bookies with 12 winners!

Aussiebet horse racing fans had the bookies on the ropes this week after an incredible sequence of 12 winners from 13 selections. Aussiebet The winning streak began with Darshini at Sandown on Wednesday evening for Sir Michael Stoute and Ryan Moore, a combination that have proved extremely profitable in recent weeks. The two-year-old ran out a comfortable winner at odds of 11-8 to start the ball rolling. The same trainer/jockey… Read More »

Alzanti to extend winning run at Salisbury

Salisbury provides the evening racing in the UK on Saturday night with a seven-race card starting at 5.45. The best bet on the card may be reserved until the closing handicap at 8.50 when Amanda Perrett’s Alzanti lines up under top weight. Alzanti Perrett trains the daughter of Arch for Prince Khaled Abdullah and she remains unbeaten after two starts. She made her debut at Kempton in November when readily… Read More »

Muthmir to cut a dash at York

The big betting race at York on Saturday is the £50,000 Skybet Dash over six furlongs. Muthmir Trainer William Haggas saddles the lightly-raced four-year-old Muthmir, a son of Invincible Spirit out of a Danehill mare. He raced four times last year, winning at Doncaster over six furlongs. He was given a handicap mark of 87 but disappointed in rain softened ground at Newmarket in August. The gelding did not make… Read More »

Kleo can take York opener

The opening race at York on Saturday is a one and a quarter mile handicap for three-year-olds and upwards. Kleo Luca Cumani saddles the filly Kleo, a daughter of Kavafi out of a Bluebird mare. She got off the mark on her fourth start when beating Muhawalah by three and a quarter lengths off a handicap mark of 79. She moved through strongly under Richard Hughes before kicking clear in… Read More »

Dettori to strike aboard Osaila

The Group 3 Princess Margaret Stakes at Ascot on Saturday has attracted a strong field of eight runners. Osaila The probably favourite is Richard Hannon’s Osaila who ran a fine race to finish fifth in the Albany Stakes at the Royal meeting last month. The daughter of Danehill Dancer was having only her second start that day and finished upsides Friday’s impressive winner Malabar. Osaila then went to Doncaster where… Read More »