Saturday’s Best Tips
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NAP – Best selection of the evening
Curragh 3.45 Westover (13/8)
Progressive form winning a Group 3 on reappearance at Sandown before suffering a troublesome passage running on strongly for second in the Derby behind Desert Crown; hard to beat with more to come over this trip.
Great chance for Derby runner-up WESTOVER to get his name back up in lights. He didn’t have much luck at Epsom and finished fast for second having been prevented a run at a crucial stage. I personally still think the winner Desert Crown had him covered but it was still a huge effort in defeat. He will improve again from that and I’ll be surprised if he is beaten here. Obviously Oaks winner Tuesday lines up for Aidan O’Brien so she has to be feared especially given the stables record in the race. She is tough but this will almost certainly require more. The pair should battle it out but don’t rule out a big run from Lionel following a last gasp win at Goodwood. Looks more a Leger type down the line.
Newcastle 2.25 Sense Of Duty (2/1)
Good looking filly who improved from her debut to win impressively at Newbury as a 2yo; gone 2-2 so far this term getting the verdict in a head-bobber at Haydock latest; AW debut and looks a lovely prospect going forward.
William Haggas remains in great form and the progressive SENSE OF DUTY can bring up the four-timer at Newcastle on Saturday. She did well to win last time just about getting the verdict in a tight head-bobber. The second Flotus is a very decent yardstick having gone down just a length in a Group 1 at Royal Ascot so it was still an improved run. She has more to come yet and tackling the AW for the first time I think she can see off this field. Glen Shiel likely heads the dangers having missed his engagement at Ascot last week due to the ground. He will be primed for this and will go off the front under Hollie Doyle which can always be dangerous. Spycatcher is also feared in first-time cheekpieces.
We’ve gone through all SEVEN cards again on Saturday so here’s what we’re backing. All our selections can be added straight to your bet365 bet slip (just click the orange links).