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Saturday 8th July ITV Racing tips – Each-way Trixie could yield huge return with bet365

Nick Wilby 7 Jul 2017
Rusumaat (right) is the third leg of this each-way Trixie on Saturday afternoon.

Our expert looks at the three big handicap being run at Sandown and Haydock on ITV Racing this Saturday and combines three runners to make up this attractive Trixie with bet365.

ITV Racing viewers have six feature races to look forward to on Saturday, with the television cameras handily placed at Sandown and Haydock Park. The Coral-Eclipse may be the main event of the afternoon, but there are three thrilling handicaps for punters to sink their teeth into.

We’ve taken a look at these handicaps in a little more detail and combined our selections into this each-way Trixie, which could yield a sizeable return with bet365.

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Saturday’s Each-Way Trixie

2:05pm Haydock bet365 Handicap – CRIBBS CAUSEWAY 7/1

2:25pm Sandown Coral Challenge – RUSUMAAT 14/1

3:15pm Haydock Old Newton Cup – BROROCCO 8/1



2:05pm Haydock bet365 Handicap (Class 2) 1m6f

Humble Hero and Zenon both bring plenty of good form with them to Haydock. It will be a first outing in handicap company and a first crack at a 14 furlong trip for both of these promising three-year-old. so they are probably best watched on Saturday.

Dominating got the better of Look My Way when they were last seen and both hold appeal in this handicap. That being said, the horse who brings the best seasonal form into this contest is CRIBBS CAUSEWAY and his confidence and experience could prove vital in Saturday’s opening race.

Roger Charlton had to switch his colt to all-weather racing to find a maiden victory, following a series of underwhelming performances to begin his career. Two more wins have followed, the latest of which coming on turf at Sandown, where he carried 9-5 to a convincing victory in a small field, Class 5 handicap.

His rating has risen by 20 pounds after claiming a hat-trick of wins in under three weeks. He will be accompanied by Kieran Shoemark, whose three pound claimer will lighten his already-manageable weight burden. A wide draw could pose a problem, but Cribbs Causeway is clearly in excellent form and should contend for a fourth win on the trot.

2:25pm Sandown Coral Challenge (Class 2) 1m

Course-and-distance winner, Greenside leads the way in the betting and after finishing second on his reappearance in Royal Hunt Cup, Blair House sits just behind the favourite. Whilst consistent handicappers like George William and Hors De Combat hold appeal, the one to side with in this competitive handicap could be RUSUMAAT.

It’s easy to excuse his distant finish in the Britannia at Royal Ascot. Large field handicaps are unpredictable at the best of times and he found himself setting the pace in the group on the wrong side of the track – not the place you want to be!

Mark Johnston’s charge brought excellent form with him into the Britannia. He finished second to two pattern race performers in handicaps during the spring, before claiming a first season victory with an extremely impressive display at Haydock. 

He carried the second highest weight with him to post that day, but Jim Crowley’s mount made all to beat Indian Dandy, who went on to finish fourth in the Britannia, by a comfortable margin.

Rusumaat is the highest rated horse in this handicap, but, being a three-year-old, he will carry just 9-2 to post and the weight he’s gaining from many of his rivals near the head of the betting could make a huge difference.

3:15pm Haydock Old Newton Cup (Class 2) 1m4f

Soldier In Action, Carntop and Shraaoh renew rivalries after all three ran well in a handicap on Derby day. Soldier In Action took the win that day, but Shraaoh was the beaten favourite and he is fancied to do very well in this contest.

A.J Martin’s Moonmeister is very interesting entrant. He’s featured in lucrative handicaps ranging from a mile-and-a-quarter right up to 18 furlongs over the last 10 months, but his reappearance victory over 12 furlongs at Cork was mightily impressive.

Big Country also comes to Haydock after several important wins, including an excellent weight-carrying victory over ten-and-a-half furlongs on his most recent appearance. 

Whilst this renewal of the Old Newton Cup looks fiendishly difficult to decipher, with several runners appealing further down the betting, the best value bet of the contest could come in the shape of BROROCCO.

Andrew Balding will have been cursing his luck on his charge’s latest venture to Epsom. The four-year-old travelled like the best horse throughout that contest, but he had to wade his way through heavy traffic, after landing a terrible outside draw and he couldn’t finish any higher than fifth.

Balding’s colt ran on really well from another stinker of a draw to follow Khairaat home at Chester on his penultimate outing and, judging by the powerful nature in which he tends to finish his races, stepping up an extra couple of furlongs shouldn’t make a difference. If he can catch a well-deserved slice of luck, Brorocco could be tough to beat.

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