There’s an action-packed day of racing to look forward to on Saturday, with eight cards on the agenda, including two from Ireland.
Saturday’s opening card comes from Kempton Park, where the going is standard/slow on the polytrack. Betfred’s “Extra Place” promotion is available in two races, with both contests at 13:30 and 15:15 covered.
Roger Charlton’s Noisy Night (6/5) should be there or thereabouts after back-to-back wins, and with three places up for grabs, punters could do worse than add the two-year-old to their shortlist.
Haydock’s seven-race meeting comes next, with the going good to firm for Sprint Cup day at the Merseyside track, where the card should run between 13:15 and 17:15.
Stratford’s card soon follows, with the going good (good to firm in places), with seven races on the agenda between 13:25 and 16:50.
Racing from Thirsk commences at 13:40, with eight races scheduled at the North Yorkshire circuit. The going is good (good to firm in places), and the Zzoomm Full Fibre Broadband Handicap at 15:25 is covered by Betfred’s “Extra Place” promotion, with four places up for grabs. Tim Easterby’s Strongbowe (10/1) is one to consider as he returns to a workable mark.
Ascot’s meeting will take place between 14:00 and 17:30, with the going good to firm (good in places). The Fever-Tree Handicap at 16:55 is another contest covered by Betfred’s “Extra Place” promotion, with three places available for punters.
Saturday’s evening meeting comes from Wolverhampton, with the going standard for the seven races in the Midlands. The opening race gets underway at 17:25, with the final contest due to start at 20:30.
The Irish racing comes from Wexford and Navan, with the former getting underway at 13:05. The going is good at Wexford, and the final contest starts at 16:30.
Betfred’s “Extra Place” promotion is available in three races at Navan, with contests at 13:50, 16:10 and 16:45 all covered.
The Racing Again 18th September Handicap at 16:45 is the final race at Navan, and Jeff Kidder (6/5) looks the one to beat.