Saturday ITV Racing Tips & Betting Preview

I’m taking on the favorite in the ITV opener and siding using SUN POWER (best price 7-2). It is still hard to fathom how Sun Power lost last time the two-year-old seemed to pull away from the area but Al Dabaran billed back towards the point. He beat some pretty decent horses at that race including Oh Purple Reign who has since gone on to score. The rain overnight should not be too much concern.
GROWL (best cost 10-1) has been rated 114 not too long ago and now has dropped all of the way down to 89. There are reasons for the fall from grace, however, the seven-year-old has shown there is something left in the tank by finishing in the top five on three occasions this year. Against this competition it’d be dumb to not back Growl in the double figure cost.
ROYAL PROSPECT (best price 12-1) narrowly defeat the talented Muscika out time, a horse that has defeated plenty in this field before. Muscika has since gone on to finish second in two quite decent races because. Royal Prospect has not yet been examined on proper soft earth, but did triumph in milder states back in June.
DURSTON??(best cost 13-2) is a huge price and has the capability to conquer this small field. There’s no doubts Morando’s a good horse, especially after than triumph at Chester earlier in the year. However, Durston just keeps on advancing and also ran a cracker to lose narrowly to Sir Ron Priestley last time out.
This looks a very catchy race with little between the majority of the area. The only one which stands out to me personally is REVOLUTIONISE (best cost 10-1). The three-year-old was fairly disappointing out last time at this course, when he finished in a good field. But that was in much better company and following a very awkward beginning. I will give him a second go.
RIPP ORF (best price 7-2) was running in much better races in this way, and I am surprised that the five-year-old is not shorter. He has won off a high mark than this, and ran a wonderful race to finish fourth at Ascot out time. The horse of david Elsworth is going to have no concerns with any overnight rain.
The two Muscika and Belated Breath look cracking each-way bets with six places available. BELATED BREATH (best price 14-1) has put four times this season already, all which have come to ground with no cut in it. The only real time that the four-year-old has just had a bit of juice from the ground she blew off the area, albeit it turned into a very weak field. This is a small gamble, but well worth chancing given how persistent she is.
MUSCIKA (best price 14-1) is another very reliable horse that has completed second four from the last five races. The five-year-old has only been beaten in all those races with quality horses. Last time out he dropped to Lahore and also the time prior to Dakota Gold. David O’Meara’s horse is just a person who will enjoy the rain immediately.
I’m backing HEY GAMAN (best price 4-1) to reverse the kind Sir Dancealot, after finishing second to the David Elsworth horse at Goodwood. The four-year-old won two before in the year, however, was runner-up over the 2 rides since. When there’s more rain than expected then it will bring more horses into the race such as Donjuan Triumphant.
WIN DOUBLE: Sun Power & Ripp Orf @ 19/1

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