ITV hosts a mammoth ten races on the main channel on Saturday, with races from Ascot, Haydock and Kempton. It promises to be a fantastic day of action, with Haydock’s Sprint Cup being the feature of the day.
That’s without mentioning Enable’s potential final British start in the September Stakes! We’ll have ITV racing tips for each of the ten ITV races, including multiples!
If you’re a trends man, we’ve gone digging for four interesting ones from Saturday’s racing, and they can be found below!
The Master Of Haydock
It’s certainly not a secret, but Richard Kingscote is the master of Haydock. In the past five years, he’s maintained an 18% strike-rate from 397 rides. That equates to a level stakes profit of £54.52 and Rajinsky has a great chance in the Old Borough Cup.
He’s finished second on his last three outings, latterly at York when going down by less than a length in a highly competitive handicap. He’s edged up a further two pounds for that, but he remains lightly-raced and is clearly progressive.
Kingscote has been aboard Rajinsky onboard for nine of his thirteen starts and the partnership have a record of 821331322. That’s a huge amount of consistency and he deserves his turn in a major event for Tom Dascombe.
Man Of The Moment
If you backed all of James Fanshawe‘s horse in the past 14 days, you’d be in substantial clover. His 25% strike-rate from his last twenty-four runners has yielded an enormous profit of £62.63 from level stakes.
The Tin Man won this race in 2018 and would be a hugely popular winner of the Sprint Cup. He was well-held on seasonal return at Royal Ascot but bounced back to form with a great second at Newbury in the Hackwood.
He should be just right now in terms of fitness and his Haydock record reads 2312, which gives him excellent claims back at his favourite venue.
He’s a fine ol’ Fellowes!
Charlie Fellowes has a superb record at Ascot, not least in the handicaps. If you’d followed all twelve of his runners at the Berkshire venue in 2020, you’d be in an enormous level stakes profit of £56.50. Via Serendipity is ridden by Hayley Turner and has very solid claims in the Porsche Handicap.
He was having his first start for Charlie Fellowes when landing a mile handicap at Ascot in August. He was a very easy winner off a seven-pound lower rating and he won’t be inconvenienced by dropping in trip.
In fact, his seven-furlong record at Ascot reads 540, with those efforts all coming in major handicaps at the venue. He has some unexposed sorts to content with, but he’s still competitively weighted and very lightly-raced for this stable.