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Robin Goodfellow’s racing tips: Best bets for Saturday, November 25

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Mail Sport‘s racing expert Robin Goodfellow delivers his tips for Saturday’s meetings at Haydock, Ascot, Lingfield, Huntingdon and Wolverhampton.

Robin Goodfellow has delivered his best tips for Saturday’s meetings, including at Ascot

Haydock 

ROBIN GOODFELLOW

12.05 Primoz

12.40 Cheddleton

1.15 Stainsby Girl

1.50 Apple Away

2.20 Wakool (nb)

3.00 Bravemansgame

3.35 Famous Bridge 

GIMCRACK 

12.05 Kamsinas

12.40 Pay The Piper

1.15 Carnfunnock

1.50 Grey Dawning

2.20 Lord Snootie

3.00 Bravemansgame (nap)

3.35 Credo 

Northerner – 12.40 Pay The Piper (nap); 3.35 Famous Bridge (nb).

Ascot 

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12.20 Chianti Classico

12.55 Excello

1.30 Shishkin

2.05 Blueking D’oroux

2.40 Fortuna Ligna

3.15 Boothill (nap)

3.50 Regent’s Stroll 

GIMCRACK 

12.20 Chianti Classico

12.55 Farnoge

1.30 Pic D’Orhy (nb)

2.05 Goshen

2.40 Whitehotchillifili

3.15 Boothill

3.50 Shy Love 

Lingfield 

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11.00 Mashaaer 

11.30 Fly The Nest

12.00 Arctic Thunder

12.35 Holkham Bay

1.10 Baldomero

1.45 Victoria Grove

2.17 Tiger Beetle

2.53 Operatic Artist

3.30 On Edge 

GIMCRACK 

11.00 Mashaaer

11.30 Storymaker

12.00 Morning Suit

12.35 Harb

1.10 Baldomero

1.45 Britannica

2.17 Shoot To Kill

2.53 King Of Scotia

3.30 Swiss Pride 

Newmarket – 11.30 Laura’s Breeze (nap); 2.53 Folk Star (nb). 

Huntingdon 

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11.50 Oceans Red

12.28 Tellherthename

1.03 Sashenka

1.38 Transmission

2.13 Parc d’Amour

2.48 Tom Creen

3.23 Dirty Den 

CAPTAIN HEATH

11.50 Quiet Thunder

12.28 Tellherthename

1.03 Sashenka

1.38 Mumford’s Magic

2.13 Shetland Tony

2.48 William Cody

3.23 Composite 

Wolverhampton 

ROBIN GOODFELLOW

4.15 Roubay

4.45 Triggered

5.15 Satirical

5.45 Shaleel

6.15 Miss Bluebelle

6.45 Chase The Dollar

7.15 Muscika

7.45 Billy Webster

8.15 Girl From Italy 

GIMCRACK 

4.15 Polly The Rocket

4.45 Silvretta

5.15 Hot Chesnut

5.45 Saviour

6.15 Spirit Genie

6.45 Chase The Dollar

7.15 Dickieburd

7.45 Looby

8.15 Voltaic 

Chelmsford City will also play host to racing on Saturday, with Robin Goodfellow sharing his best bets

Chelmsford City will also play host to racing on Saturday, with Robin Goodfellow sharing his best bets

Databank

JOCKEY TO FOLLOW

With Harry Cobden needed at Ascot, DARYL JACOB has been handed the ride on BRAVEMANSGAME (Haydock, 3.00) in a race he has won three times before. The weighing room veteran also has chances with I LOVE MY BAIE (Haydock, 12.05) and CARNFUNNOCK (Haydock, 1.15)

TRAINER TO FOLLOW

NICKY HENDERSON is flying, with three winners at last weekend’s Cheltenham fixture contributing to seven victors from his last 15 runners. Saturday’s ammunition includes EXCELLO (Ascot, 12.55), SHISHKIN (Ascot, 1.30), THEATRE GLORY (Ascot, 2.05), TRADECRAFT (Ascot, 3.50) and PARK HILL DANCER (Haydock, 1.15).

BIG DAY FOR

Peter Atkinson, who trains only two horses on his North Yorkshire farm. FINGAL’S hill (Haydock, 1.15) shoots for a first prize of over £25,000 and will try to maintain Atkinson’s impressive record of three winners and a third from four runners this season.

WHAT’S IN A NAME

WILLIAM CODY

(Huntingdon, 2.48)

The Pam Sly-trained dual course winner has been given the real name of the soldier, hunter and showman better known as Buffalo Bill.

WATCH OUT FOR

APPLE away (Haydock, 1.50)

Ended last season winning a Grade One novice hurdle at Aintree. She faces Gaillard Du Mesnil, the Grand National third, on her novice chasing bow and ideally needs further. But the mare receives heaps of weight and her stable expect her to flourish.

TRAINER TARGET

Charlie Appleby has won the Stay Golden Novice Stakes twice in the last four years. He unleashes James Doyle-ridden debutant BOld style (Wolverhampton, 5.45).

Daryl Jacob (left) has been handed a ride at Haydock with Harry Cobden needed at Ascot

Daryl Jacob (left) has been handed a ride at Haydock with Harry Cobden needed at Ascot

Robin Goodfellow Best Bets – by Steve Ryder

In the Hurst Park Handicap Chase at Ascot (3.15), Boothill (NAP) looks to hold strong claims for making it four from four in handicap chases. Victorious in this race last season, the Harry Fry-trained gelding won over this course and distance on his reappearance, beating Grade One winning chaser First Flow by four lengths off a mark of 149.

Many of his rivals reoppose here, with a swing in the weights, but it was a dominant performance and he is expected to win despite racing off a career-high mark of 155.

Earlier, at Haydock, Wakool (NB) bids to improve on his seventh-place finish in the Betfair Stayers’ Handicap Hurdle (2.20) last year. The seven-year-old went on to win the Grade Two Rendlesham Hurdle over course and distance in February and runs in the race this year off a 2lb lower mark. With a first-time visor replacing cheekpieces, he should outrun his odds at a big price.

Boothill (NAP) (left) looks to hold strong claims for making it four from four in handicap chases at Ascot

Boothill (NAP) (left) looks to hold strong claims for making it four from four in handicap chases at Ascot

The Wizard of Odds – by Chris Baker

2.05 ASCOT

Blueking D’Oroux (NAP) followed up his victory at this course in April with a very respectable second-place finish at Aintree. He has since made a winning seasonal reappearance at Cheltenham. 4-1

2.20 HAYDOCK

Bold Endeavour (EW) was consistent last season and finished fifth in the Coral Cup at the Cheltenham Festival. He ran well again when third at Newbury earlier this month. 20-1

6.15 WOLVERHAMPTON

Urban Sprawl, third in the Britannia Stakes at Royal Ascot, can gain a deserved success after running well in all four of his races on the All Weather to date. 4-1



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