4 Outsiders Who Could Make You Rich This Weekend

Royal Ascot 2017 Day 5

It’s a fantastic day of action this Saturday, with eight meetings up and down the country, as well as in Ireland too. The feature meeting is Ascot, where they are hosting their King George VI day and you can find our Group 1 King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes tips on site now. Our ITV Racing tips are also available now, with York joining Ascot to play host to the terrestrial action. We’ve been scanning the cards and have found four outsiders who we believe can massively out-run their odds this weekend!

Petrus – 2.25 Ascot – Best Priced 25/1

There are two very big handicaps at Ascot on Saturday, with both televised on ITV. The first is a mile contest and Brian Meehan’s Petrus looks poised for a big run. He was a smart juvenile, not disgraced in pattern company last year and he’s run better than the bare results suggest this campaign. He should be suited by a big-field handicap as he’s a strong travelling sort and his current mark is more than fair on his best form. With William Buick booked, he looks sure to out-run his massive odds.

Muscika – 2.40 York – Best Priced 16/1

We go to York for our next big-priced selection and David O’Meara’s Muscika is the one who stands out. He was highly progressive earlier this campaign, winning at Ayr prior to a narrow and unlucky defeat at Nottingham ten days later. He’s had excuses for his last two starts and this big-field, strongly-run contest should suit him to a tee. You’ll be able to see him travelling powerfully in the rear under Richard Kingscote and when he pushes the button, he should fly home into contention.

Chunkyfunkymonkey – 3.35 Gowran Park – Best Priced 16/1 

Formerly with the John Ryan yard in Britain, Chunkyfunkymonkey has been struggling over trips shorter than ideal since joining the Peter Fahey yard. As a result, he’s fallen five pounds below his last winning mark and he now finally tackles a middle-distance for the first time in Ireland. The yard is amongst the winners and with conditions ideal, he can gain his first win for his new connections.

Ingleby Angel – 5.05 Newcastle – Best Priced 25/1 

Although now a nine-year-old, Ingleby Angel shaped better than the bare form suggested when eighth at Ayr on stable debut on Monday. He will have needed that run and his record at this venue makes him very interesting, placing over course and distance twice back in January for his previous yard. Paula Muir takes off a very valuable five pounds and he looks sure to out-run his massive odds.

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