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I watched this morning a rerun of Kidwa win at Redcar last time and he got carried away. He was equally impressive on his Doncaster debut the previous time around. Hard to know what to make of the form but Cieren Fallon is on board for William Haggas so he’s going to do this to me!
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I want to Thunderous on Without A Fight, although the market suggests otherwise! There’s not much to say about a three-horse race so that’s it.
Charlie Appleby’s horses have looked good in Newmarket this week, but so have Richard Hannon’s horses. I’m going to stand aside Laasudood on the bay of honor. Christophe Soumillon is aboard Laasudood, winner last time in Doncaster.
I am with alligator alley for David O’Mearam, who is drawn in stall two, which is a bit of a concern. I wouldn’t be too concerned about his last run at the Curragh. He’s on a high and he’s definitely getting to a position where he’s going to win a race.
I can see why people would support Victory Dance but I love isaac shelby. I loved how he kept his job at Newbury even though he had to get a few shots from Sean Levey. I loved the way he hit the line so I’m with him. It is open to as many improvements as Victory Dance.
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It’s a real Group 2 race and I hope chindit won. He made numbers in Group 1 races and he sometimes ran credible races behind Baaeed.
I agree with Rhoscolyne for James Doyle and David O’Meara. I liked his run at Buckingham Palace, where he finished third. He had a wide draw that day but I feel there is more improvement in him if he is on pace. It is double the price of Montassib so it will do it to me!
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I landed on How are you, which falls while traveling. It won at Sandown a few races ago, but that’s no major fantasy, it’s a tough race to call.
Perfect Power was brilliant in the Commonwealth Cup at Royal Ascot, but I’ll go with it romantic proposal for Eddie Lynam. He had a great run at Naas in April, beating Geocentric and Mooneista. Romantic Proposal also has form on 6f after winning at the Curragh last June.
I am with winter power, which will be too fast for the others. She’ll steady herself on the run to make sure she gets home, then she’ll dash.
Saturday ITV racing tips from Ruby Walsh
14:05 Newmarket – Kidwah
14:20 York – Thunderous
2:40 p.m. Newmarket – Laasudood
3:00 p.m. Ascot – Alligator Alley
15:15 Newmarket – Isaac Shelby
3.35pm Ascot – Chindit
3.50pm Newmarket – Rhoscolyn
16:05 York – Very good
4:25 p.m. Newmarket – Romantic proposal
4:40 p.m. York – Winter Power
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