Five course specialists form MONSTER 5,115-1 accumulator on Friday 🤯

There are three afternoon flat meetings in Britain on Friday afternoon. These takes place at Ascot, Haydock and Newcastle. Liam Bramall has selected five runners across all three meetings which have exceptional track records. When combined, they form a monstrous 5,115-1 accumulator. Check out our free tips page for daily content across British and Irish racing.

2.15 Newcastle

Chillhi (8-1, bet365) is defending a 100 per cent record at Newcastle having won a maiden by four lengths on his second start. He’ll be looking to bounce back after a disappointing effort in the Acomb Stakes last time. His sights have been significantly lowered here and this is a good opportunity to get back on track.

3.38 Haydock

Amor De Mi Vida (10-1, bet365) loves it at Haydock and hasn’t finished outside the first three in her three starts there. This includes two wins and one of which came here three starts ago. That was a comfortable win by almost three lengths and she’s now rated 8lb higher. Archie Watson’s filly has been progressive so far this season so an improved effort now back at her favourite track shouldn’t be ruled out.

3.45 Ascot

Al Marmar (13-8, bet365) is also defending a 100 per cent record having won his only start here three runs ago. That was a competitive handicap and he tries his luck in Classified company here. He’s the only three-year-old in the race so is the sole recipient of a 5lb allowance. Ryan Moore rides and there should be more to come from this lightly raced sort.

4.01 Newcastle

Rocket Rod (13-8, bet365) has improved exponentially throughout the course of the season. Geoffrey Harker’s gelding was rated 49 in May but a hat-trick of wins here at Newcastle has seen him shoot 22lb up the handicap. It could be worth keeping him on side for now until his limitations are exposed.

5.18 Haydock

Arctic Fox (13-2, bet365) has an enviable record at Haydock with two wins and a third in five starts. The return to 1m6f will suit as he won over course and distance two starts back by an impressive four lengths. This 6lb higher mark is well-earned and he should run a big race here having disappointed over two furlongs further last time out.

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