80-1 horses for courses accumulator for Saturday’s ITV action

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Flat racing returns to Britain this weekend, with ITV Racing covering the Lincoln meeting at Doncaster and also some top all-weather action from Kempton. Horses with course form may be worth following at these meetings and I have picked out three that can form an 80-1 accumulator.

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2.15 Kempton – Al Zaraqaan

William Haggas’ Al Zaraqaan has the most progressive profile in this field, winning a competitive handicap last time out against older horses comfortably. He has only been raised five pounds for that here and is taken to follow up.

His run before that Lingfield win was over this course and distance and he again won easily. He has course form in the book and we may not have seen the end of this well related son of Golden Horn’s progression.


3.10 Doncaster – Haqeeqy

This race, the curtain raiser for British flat racing, used to be a very open contest with double-figure priced winners the norm. However, in the last two runnings, classy horses at the very front of the betting have been successful.

In this year’s renewal, it looks as though John and Thady Gosden’s Haqeeqy could prove to be the proverbial Group horse in a handicap. He has course form, with his last run a victory in a 0-100 handicap at this track, beating Eastern World in the process.

Interestingly, the Gosdens have opted to use Benoit De La Sayette and his seven pound claim aboard the four-year-old. De Le Sayette is the first apprentice attached to the Gosden yard in almost thirty years and has been very impressive so far, with nine winners from 31 rides.

The young jockey has been partnered with a progressive gelding with course form and can announce himself here with the biggest success of his burgeoning career.


3.45 Doncaster – Summerghand

One of David O’Meara’s stable stars, seven-year-old Summerghand, returns to his optimal conditions here and also has a fitness edge on many of his rivals. He has been tried over the winter in all-weather handicaps that will have sharpened him up for this return to turf.

Six furlong straight course handicaps on firm ground show this veteran gelding in his best light, he won the Stewards Cup and was beaten a neck in the Wokingham last year. He also won on his last trip to Doncaster so is comfortable with the course and distance.


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