Love him or loathe him, there is no arguing that Ryan Moore is up there as one of the very best riders on earth. His statistics speak for themselves. With an incredible 30% strike rate at Lingfield, he has a book of seven rides at the track on Saturday.
We think there is an outside chance that five of his rides could win. At the time of posting, the accumulator returns 322-1 with William Hill but those odds are likely to go up or down.
Kept on well in the closing stages to win over this course and distance two weeks ago. Ryan maintains the partnership and although more is needed from 4lb higher, there should be more to come.
Stayed on powerfully in the closing stages on debut at Kempton hitting a low of 1.68 in-running. Will be sharper for the run and Meehan’s tend to improve dramatically from first to second start. Huge player in this.
Four runner affair so could turn into a tactical battle which will suit Ryan Moore given his skill in the saddle. Returns from a 126 day break after a runner-up finish at Doncaster and ran very well at this track after an absence last year.
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Has a healthy return of five wins from 16 starts and with George Boughey in form, this horse is a big player. Finished second here eight days ago over this distance and can improve with Ryan taking over in the saddle.
Won here in January off 56 and although he is now 9lb higher in the weights, he went very close off 62 here earlier this month. Arguably could have won that race if he wasn’t given a lot to do and must rate as a big player again.