British Horse Racing Tips – 21 Nov 2020

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With this weekend’s British horse schedule opening up on Saturday afternoon, we are offered a stacked day from the likes of Ascot, Wolverhampton, Haydock, Huntingdon and Lingfield.

On that note, for those of you looking to stick on a Saturday flutter, we have searched far and wide to find you a couple of helpful tips that are worth keeping an eye out for this weekend.

12:20 PM – Ascot – Race 1

Betting Tip: SOUTHFIELD HARVEST win – 11/10 @ Paddy Power
*Odds are correct at time of writing and are subject to change without prior notice.

For our first Tip of the Day, we take a look at the opening contest at Ascot on Saturday lunchtime and the Class 2 Coral “Fail To Finish” Free Bet Novices’ Hurdle.

Only lining up among a four-horse field this weekend, many will be excited to see SOUTHFIELD HARVEST back in action after another extended break. Still held in high regard by trainer Paul Nicholls, the six-year-old was last seen at Ludlow on February 19th when claiming victory in the Minsterley Motors Maiden Hurdle. With jockey Harry Cobden set to take the saddle on Saturday, it should be noted that the last time the duo teamed up they did secure the win at Chepstow in the Longcroft Building Services Standard Open National Hunt Flat Race.

Seen as a standout pick this weekend, it is well worth keeping an eye out for SOUTHFIELD HARVEST at Ascot.

20:00 PM – Wolverhampton – Race 8

Betting Tip: AMTIYAZ win – 7/4 @ 888sport
*Odds are correct at time of writing and are subject to change without prior notice.

For our second Tip of the Day, we turn our attention to the night session at Wolverhampton this weekend and the Class 4 Betway Handicap.

Continuing on what has been a hugely impressive relationship with jockey Hollie Doyle who will once again take the saddle in the Midlands on Saturday, AMTIYAZ has really burst onto the scene since making a debut start at Lingfield on August 4th. Gaining a string of admirers and trainer John Gosden believing that he could have a budding group racer on his hands, the three-year-old was last seen out at Newcastle on October 26th.

Claiming victory in the Betway Novice Stakes and seeing off UTILE by four lengths, AMTIYAZ should be too strong for the chasing pack at Wolverhampton on Saturday.


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