Horse racing tips: Irish Champion Stakes trends – we help you find the winner of the Leopardstown contest

The Sun

AS you might expect at this level, you have to be a classy performer to take the Irish Champion Stakes. The official ratings are a good guide with none of the past 10 winners clocking in below 118. PA:Press Association That means we can cross out Headman, Madhmoon, Deirdre, Magic Wand and Hunting...

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THE upcoming Cambridgeshire meeting kick starts several weeks of top-class Flat action. There are three superb two-year-old Group races on Saturday, but the historic 1m1f Cambridgeshire Handicap is one of the big betting races of the year. At the ...

Templegate’s racing tips: Hamilton, Kempton, Leicester and Warwick – Betting preview for Monday, September 23

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NAN knows best at Leicester today. NANTUCKET (4.30, nap) has shown promise in three maidens and was a good third at Windsor last time. She starts handicapping for Sir Michael Stoute from a fair mark. LAW OF PEACE (1.50 Leicester, nb) looks a winne...

Today’s accumulator tips: Dream big with this Kempton acca on Monday

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WE’RE always on the lookout for that big accumulator win and here at Sun Racing Towers we hope we can give you a leg up. Today’s acca selections come from Kempton where there’s a cracking card. Kick off the acca with CADRE DU NOI...

Newspaper tips: Sun Racing’s Each-Way Thief and today’s horse racing NAPs for Monday

The Sun

NOT managed to pick up your copy of The Sun today? Fear not. You can catch all of our top tips right here. Getty Images - Getty Each-Way Thief HAVE an each-way double at Leicester. CLEVER CANDY (2.20) has shaped well in better company and has the ...

Monday preview: Racecard, analysis and tips for the Racing TV Handicap at Leicester

The Sun

LEICESTER hosts a decent little Monday card on the Flat. The big race of the day is the 3.25, a 5f sprint which has attracted eight runners with £12,500 up for grabs. John Quinn’s useful sprinter Lord Riddiford heads the betting. He had slip...