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Epsom Derby tips for Saturday's Group 1 race. The fourth classic of the season and Britain's biggest flat race, the Epsom Derby will crown another superstar. Aidan O'Brien has dominated the contest in recent seasons, with the favourite once again baring his name. Read on for our free betting tips, predictions and analysis.

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It’s ultimately very difficult to see past the class of SAXON WARRIOR, who is a perfect four out of four and won the 2000 Guineas on his latest start. A son of Deep Impact, he has plenty of stamina in his pedigree from his father and he’s set to be an even better horse now he’s stepped up in distance. A winner on softer ground, he will have no problem with the conditions. He should be able to get handy from his inside stall and with Ryan Moore booked, everything looks right for Aidan O’Brien to once again win this famous contest. The booking of Frankie Dettori on Hazapour is likely to be significant and he looks sure to relish this trip alongside Young Rascal, who won the Chester Vase when last seen.

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