Our tipster reveals his best horse racing tips for Cheltenham and Doncaster on Saturday.
We kick things off at Cheltenham for a very competitive hurdle, in which I think BOTOX HAS can reverse the form on Allmankind.
Gary Moore’s four-year-old had a solid season last year (2121) and finished under three lengths behind Dan Skelton’s favourite in the Triumph Trial Juvenial Hurdle last November.
He then went on to win at this course a month later, powering home by five lengths.
That’s some strong course form and I think if his jumping has improved, he’ll have the stamina to get up the hill first.
I was incredibly impressed with how well WEMBLEY finished in the Dewhurst two weeks ago and genuinely believe he was the best horse in that race.
He was also a runner-up in Group 1 at Curragh behind Thunder Moon so has some really strong form going into this race.
I’m hoping it’s third time lucky here to gift Aidan O’Brien yet another winner in this race.
It’s a very open handicap up next and I’m going to take an each-way chance on Jonjo O’Neill’s LOCK’S CORNER .
The six-year-old is on a four-race winning streak and continued his fine form from last year with two dominant displays at Southwell and Bangor – both eight-length victories.
Nicely handicapped at 10-4 and proven over this distance, he should be right in the mix.
There’s no doubt Frodon is the one to beat here, but he carries so much weight I’ve taken an each-way chance on BOB MAHLER .
The eight-year-old is a course winner from back in April 2019 and I also tipped him each-way when he finished third in Kim Muir in March.
He wasn’t too far behind Milan Native that day, who won a thrilling race at Galway earlier this month, beating Discorama.
A solid jumper, he has the stamina for the three miles so I’m optimistic he can at least place here.
BOTOX HAS | WEMBLEY
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