We have previewed plus shared a selection each race in Saturday's free-to-play Paddy's Pick 5 game, with another £100,000 jackpot up for grabs!
There’s another £100,000 up for grabs in the Paddy’s Pick 5 competition on Saturday!
Four people managed to find four of the five winners in last week’s competition, so hopefully at least one entrant will manage to find all five winners this week, with a life-changing sum of money on offer.
The competition is free to play, and all you need is pick the winner of the below races on Saturday!
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3.00 Newmarket - View racecard.
3.20 Curragh - View racecard.
3.40 Newmarket - View racecard.
3.50 Haydock - View racecard.
4.50 Newmarket - View racecard.
Aidan O’Brien has a good record in this contest and Blackbeard and The Antarctic provide him with a stronger hand than any he has held since last lifting this Group One in 2018. Blackbeard is the stable’s number one having accounted for Persian Force, by half a length, in the Prix Morny last time out (with The Antarctic third).
There’s not a great deal between the pair on that evidence, though, and they have little in hand on Marshman on official ratings. Marshman showed inexperience when beaten by a stablemate of Mischief Magic at York and could improve for that narrow defeat, while market confidence behind Mischief Magic – or Zoology who is pitched into the deep end on his second start - should be noted given his stable’s strength in this division.
Selection: KILLYBEGS WARRIOR.
Hellsing sets the standard, but there are a host of likely looking sorts in opposition here, with Hiawatha chief amongst them. Hiawatha has done his racing over a mile, and isn’t certain to relish this trip, though. Oviedo should improve from his fine run at York while Bossy Parker is progressing through the ranks and has form over course and distance and with ease in the ground.
Underfoot conditions will be the softest Killybegs Warrior has encountered and he’s been well placed to win two of his three races, but there’s been a good deal to like about the manner of his performances and this colt, who held Group entries earlier in the season, is fancied to cope with these deeper waters.
Magical Sunset’s debut defeat of Sakheer jumps off the page but she will need to leave the form of her Doncaster run behind.
Selection: JIMI HENDRIX.
Three of the past five winners of this race ave returned at 40-1 (the last two) and 50-1 suggesting this is a cavalry charge in which few can he ruled out. Mujtaba is at the other end of the market and his price reflects his chance while Savvy Victory has the assistance of Ryan Moore and has proved more competitive since being dropped to handicaps, going down narrowly to Protagonist before winning at Goodwood.
Jimi Hendrix was undone by the draw at Goodwood and a line can be put through that run. He’s better drawn here, has been freshened up after a busy first half of the season - a fine third in the Britannia at Royal Ascot was the highlight before a win at Newmarket’s July Course - and promises to stay this far; he can get back on track. Magical Morning disappointed when sent off 9-1 in last year’s renewal but isn’t discounted given his powerful yard’s good race record.
Selection: ONSLOW GARDENS.
Crown Bridges blotted his copybook when failing to build on a promising start and justify favouritism. He could bounce back while the likes of New Tycoon and Wamalama may be able to progress from promising debuts, but the standard is set by Onslow Gardens. He has found one too good on both starts but finished well clear of the remainder last time and probably bumped into a good one.
Blue Antares is a half-brother to the top-class Blue Point (including as a juvenile) and any confidence behind his chance would make him of obvious interest. Arkendale also has plenty to recommend him on paper but Salt Bay, whose trainer has a good course strike rate with juveniles, may need a little more time.
Selection: COCO JAMBOO.
Coco Jamboo and Palm Lily shaped as though they would benefit from this trip when meeting at Doncaster where Coco Jamboo fared best of the pair (Alexa’s Princess was sixth) and can do so again plus she may not need to improve significantly to win this.
Mystic Pearl is already a distance winner and hails from a top yard, so it would be no surprise were she to prove competitive on this switch to handicap company. The same is true of Ferrari Queen who drops from pattern races but she could struggle to give weight away to the likes of Rose Prick who looked a shade unlucky not to win at Ascot when short of racing room.Racing TV is THE place to watch all the best racing live from both Britain and Ireland and you can try it for yourself for FREE with a 31 day trial!
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