The 80-1 Ryan Moore Epsom treble that could give the bookies a headache 🤕

Ryan Moore is often feared by the bookies, even more so recently. Moore has received plaudits in recent weeks for excellent rides aboard Luxembourg in the Tattersalls Gold Cup and Paddington in the Irish 2000 Guineas. He has an excellent book of rides at Epsom on Friday, including the favourite in the big one. We’ve combined his three best chances into an 80-1 treble. Check out our free tips page for daily content across British and Irish racing.


2.00 Epsom

The Camden Colt (5-1, William Hill) showed significant improvement when upped to 6f at Haydock last time out. He was third of five on debut at Chester in soft ground and the quicker conditions at Haydock suited last time. Further progress seems likely, for a yard that does exceptionally well with its juveniles.


3.10 Epsom

Point Lonsdale (5-1, William Hill) just about did enough at Chester last time out and he’s been priced up here as if that form has been taken too literally. The O’Brien yard is in much better form now and he looks overpriced as a result. His full brother is won a Group 2 over two miles so the step up to 1m4f could well facilitate some improvement. There could be more to come from this horse, having missed out on the majority of his three-year-old campaign.


4.30 Epsom

Savethelastdance (5-4, William Hill) has made a huge impression so far this season. You could be forgiven for thinking her 22-length demolition job at Chester last time out was a fluke, but the clock suggests otherwise. She quickened and galloped all the way to the line which indicates a significant amount of talent. Aidan O’Brien’s filly could be very special and she’s fully expected to give him his fourth consecutive win in this race.


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