The BetPal horse racing tips bounced back to form in style yesterday, with 14/1 (15.00) recommendation Melbourne Memories doing the business at Newmarket and 7/1 (8.00) tip Cool Operator going in at Uttoxeter – that’s a massive 119/1 (120.00) double! Check out what’s in store among our free racing tips for Saturday November 3rd, including strong fancies from Ascot and Newmarket, plus a 28/1 (29.00) Each-Way recommendation with Bet365!
2.30 Newmarket – Classic Colori @ 4/1 (5.00) with Paddy Power
3.45 Ascot – Gus Macrae @ 11/2 (6.50) with Coral
Longshot of the day:
2.35 Ascot – Changing The Guard @ 28/1 (29.00) with Bet365
David O’Meara’s Classic Colori (pictured, red and white silks) is the first of our free horse racing tips for Saturday November 3rd. The five year old bay looks to have a great chance of winning the 2.30 at Newmarket, despite not having won a race since 2010. Second last time out, in a 28 runner cavalry charge, the selection was headed at the death and today’s slightly shorter trip may well suit better. He’s up 5lbs for that but he’s still a good 8lbs lower than his last winning mark, is clearly in very good heart and will have no issues with the soft ground (see his Doncaster second place finish this summer). The 4/1 (5.00) on offer with Paddy Power looks good to me.
Gus Macrae races off bottom weight in the 3.45 at Ascot and will be steered by 10lb claimer Patrick Corbett, who won on the eight year old last time out. The horse really does have a wonderfully light racing weight today even despite a 6lb penalty and with no doubts about the selection’s fitness or the going, he’s a confident nomination for the second of Saturday’s BetPal horse racing tips. Snap up the 11/2 (6.50) currently on offer with Coral as it might not be there for long.
Our longshot Each-Way selection won yesterday at 14/1 (15.00) and we have an even bigger priced tip for you today, in the shape of Richard Newland’s Changing The Guard, currently rated a @ 28/1 (29.00) shot with Bet365 to land the 2.35 at Ascot. That price is far too big based on his last time out runner up finish at Cheltenham. Admittedly that was a weaker race than today, but the speed figures look good and the six year old will have absolutely no trouble with today’s underfoot conditions. I fancy him to spring a surprise, but at the current odds, you’d have to be happy with a place.
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