This weekend’s racing promises to be a cracker! We have top-class action aplenty, with Newbury hosting the Ladbrokes Trophy and Newcastle staging the Grade 1 Fighting Fifth. Don’t forget Fairyhouse either, with no less than three Grade 1 races on Sunday, including the Hatton’s Grace.
If you’re looking for an alternative look on this weekend’s action, then look no further than The MyRacing Show!
Hosted by Ross Brierley and Natalie Green, they’ll cover all the headline action, including previews and picks to help you find the winners of all the ITV races and more. You’ll also, of course, be hearing MyRacing’s horse racing tips and thoughts!
The MyRacing Show | Picks, Puns and Previews | Episode #003
This weeks show leaves no stone unturned! Natalie and Ross discussed the incredible season that Hollie Doyle has had after she was crowned Sunday Times Sportswoman of the Year. Could the Jockey’s Championship await her in 2021? They also discuss the return of spectators, and how they believe things will work out.
There’s also the small matter of the Grade 1 action this weekend! The pair will discuss the Fighting Fifth and after being given small fields last week to preview, Ross and Natalie are tasked with dissecting the Ladbrokes Trophy and Rehearsal Chase!
We’ll also be treated to Brierley Off The Bridle, as Ross lets his comedic juices flow about recent racing events!
The MyRacing Show Multiple
Ross and Natalie also give us their multiple for the weekend, which this week will be a cross each way double. You can find their selections below, if you’re following the esteemed presenters into the action!
Ross’ Selection – Two For Gold
Bold jumper who bumped into one when second on seasonal return in a Listed Handicap at Wetherby. Can improve for that and is just two pounds higher.
Natalie’s Selection – Vinndication
The class act in the race, second in the Charlie Hall on seasonal return. Sports first-time cheekpieces and a win here would see him surely heading to the Gold Cup.
Combined Selection – Whatmore
Bumped into a course specialist when second at Ascot on return. He’s now four pounds higher but is unexposed over fences, so could have more to offer.