Obey the Master
THERE is an estimated
£450k up for grabs in this weekend’s Scoop6 with the action spread across Newmarket and York.
Fred has dug into his pockets to put up an extra
£100K bonus for an individual Betfred winner.
One-time Derby hope My Lord And Master can score for William Haggas in the
2.05 at York. He impressed on soft ground last year.
Kadar, looked a prospect on debut at Haydock and I’m siding with him at Newmarket
(2.25) to hold off favourite Persian King.
Dave Dexter proved he handled soft ground at Ayr a few weeks ago and can give away the penalty in the Rockingham at 2.40 York.
Tommy Taylor was an eyecatcher over track and trip back in July and with Jamie Spencer on board again, is taken to outrun his decent price on ground he handles well at York (3.15).
Aiden O’Brien saddles
Southern France, who looks a potentially top class stayer, and is reportedly on course for next year’s Ascot Gold Cup. He can win at Newmarket (3.40).
Finally, Different League was a Royal Ascot-winning juvenile whose career has not really kicked on. However, she can land the final leg at Newmarket (4.50) for Ballydoyle.
Willie Mullins’ charge is now 6-1 from 15-2 and punters believe he can avenge a luckless defeat in the Ebor last time.
Unibet will be paying ¼ odds each-way so there is plenty of value on offer.
Fellow Irish raider Souther n France has been equally popular and Donnacha O’Brien’s mount, who was third in the St Leger, is into 17-2 from 11-1 and arguably brings the classiest form into the race.
Vis A Vis at 9-1 is two-from-two since arriving in the UK and has Silvestre de Sousa in the plate who has won three of the last five runnings of the 2m2f showpiece. Cambridgeshire
TOP TIP: Willie Mullins and Stratum STRATUM is a hot favourite in today’s big race, the Cesarewitch at Newmarket (3.40).
York 2.05My Lord And MasterNewmarket 2.25KadarYork 2.40Dave DexterYork 3.15Tommy TaylorNewmarket 3.40Southern FranceNewmarket 4.50Different League