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British Horse Racing Tips – 10 June 2020

Horse Racing

With what promises to be another action-packed midweek schedule of racing from across Britain, Wednesday’s session offers us a string of noteworthy meetings from the likes of Wolverhampton, Yarmouth, Kempton, and Navan.

On that note, for those of you looking to stick on a midweek flutter, we have found you a couple of helpful tips that are worth keeping an eye out for throughout Wednesday.

Betting Tip: BATCHELOR BOY win – 4/1 @ Paddy Power

*Odds are correct at time of writing and are subject to change without prior notice.

14:10 PM – Wolverhampton – Race 1

For our opening Tip of the Day, we take a look at Wolverhampton and the Sky Sports Racing Sky 415 Handicap meeting.

Really enjoying a stellar run since making a debut at Windsor almost 12 months ago, there is plenty of buzz around the talented BATCHELOR BOY. Last seen at Chelmsford back on February 22nd, the three-year-old really burst onto the scene prior to the break when collecting a pair of victories in his last three starts. With trainer Marco Botti rightfully expecting big things from his colt, BATCHELOR BOY also has a growing reputation as a budding track specialist at Wolverhampton.

In fact, along with picking up the win at Wednesday’s course back in January after beating DARK SILVER in a Class 5 meeting, he has secured back-to-back victories at Wolverhampton and should be confident of extending on that tally in midweek.

Betting Tip: MAY REMAIN win – 4/1 @ Betafair

*Odds are correct at time of writing and are subject to change without prior notice.

20:30 PM – Kempton – Race 8

For our second Tip of the Day, we take a look at what should be an exciting Class 5 meeting at Kempton on Wednesday night.

While John Butler’s INAAM (10/3 with William Hill) might open as a marginal top pick with the bookmakers, MAY REMAIN should be boosted by an eye-catching run either side of the break. Marking a return to action at Wednesday’s track last week and finishing just a nose behind HAN SOLO BERGER in a Class 4 meeting seven days ago, trainer George Baker has plenty of reason to be excited by his five-year-old. Including entering the enforced break with a win in Ireland in the Winter Series Awards At Dundalk Stadium Handicap, MAY REMAIN has picked up the win in two of his last three starts.

Among a favourable field at Kempton in midweek, we’re backing a winner for the Baker stable on Wednesday night.

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