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Matt Chapman’s 8 Best Bets for Saturday’s ITV Race


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Saturday’s ITV Racing coverage starts here with this five-furlong handicap. Rebellion at dawn He’s up 4lbs against the recent win in Nottingham, but should bounce off proper ground for Karl Burke and Richard Kingscott. Stall 3 shouldn’t be a hindrance because it should get a good lead from Virginia Plane and then I hope it’s pretty neat. His third at Newmarket was a fantastic effort before the win.

This is a handicap company over one mile and four furlongs for amateur riders. best days Byron Flyer He might be behind him at the age of 10, but he’s still doing well and now he’s pretty well disabled, so maybe that’s a win-win for Ian Williams. The biggest help comes from the jockey booking for Serena Brotherton. It’s a real bonus and doesn’t seem like the hardest handicap.

Listed company for three years above five furlongs now. Hard to get away from Atalis Bay Here for Marco Petti and Andrea Atzini. The two Italians must take all the hits with Cable Bay’s son, who won four of his eight starts and was a good second behind Winter Power at York last time out. The latter is now a big hope for Royal Ascot next week, and a win for Atalis Bay here would be a huge boost.

Now we go over seven furlongs to another handicap. This is wide open and a winner is hard to find. Moral Not a good thing and not a good handicap for Roger Vail and Jason Hart. However, this seven-furlong race must be perfect and have a good draw. The seventh at York a few runs from a top mark on a huge field suggests he might be able to handle here, so a little bonus in each direction.

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The hindrance is over a mile here but it’s hard to connect with. latest generation He didn’t show much in his return race in Newbury, but that was over a mile and a quarter and I have a feeling he’ll be enjoying a little while in the ride. It looked promising as an event for the Crisfords and should give James Doyle a good run. He dropped by 2 pounds for that bad run.

The race listed here is about the stay trip of one mile and six furlongs. farm hand He finished well in sixth place at Ebor in York and with a BHA 108 rating he should take a lot of hits. He’s been in great shape this season and with an opponent far from deep I would expect him to score for Andrew Balding and champion Oisin Murphy. The flight is good and can do everything.

Another snag here but this time over a one mile stretch and four gallons. golden love You might be able to make it all here for Mark Johnston and Franny Norton. The coach puts a poser with a number of sprinters but hopefully is a good winner on that track in his first season and stays on the same 85 mark after winning but running well at Goodwood last time around. He has every chance.

Handicap race this time on six furlongs. Too hard to sort! I tend to get a little bit of a trade off in every way dark transformation For Charlie Hills and Danny Toddhop, though, after the announcement stage, other hill runners Gadwall were backed. Dark Shift made a small mistake and stayed well on a field too big in Nottingham to score one last time. It’s hard to tell if his 88 is lenient or not. But he should shout us. So good luck and pray for Yeeehaaas. Do you hear me Buddy?

Matt Chapman’s Best Bets for Saturday’s ITV Race:

Chester 13.40 – Rebel at dawn
York 14.00 – Byron Flyer
Sandown 14.15 – Atalis Bay
York 14.35 – the like
Sandown 14.50 – latest generation
York 15.05 – farm hand
Chester 15.20 – love is gold
York 15.40 – dark transformation


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