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Our top tipster, Daryl Carter brings a "super six" of tips for Saturday, with five from the final day of Glorious Goodwood and a selection at Doncaster too.. Check out his selections below, along with an excellent Bet £10 - Get £40 sign-up offer with 888sport.
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Glorious Goodwood moves into its final day on Saturday, with the Group 2 - Lillie Langtry Stakes, the highlights on the card . Our good friends at Betfair are continuing their excellent festival offer of free bets through the card, with an excellent £40 in free bets , when you bet £10 on the first race of the card at 1:20pm, the Thames Materials Handicap, featuring eleven runners over 7f. Not only do you get a free £5 bet on each remaining race on the card, but you also receive a free £10 bet to use on Sunday’s racing too, all for just a tenner!. Check out further details below.
Jazzaway got up in the dying strides to give Willie Mullins another feature race winner at Galway in the Guinness Handicap Hurdle. Having already achieved the notable double of landing the Galway Plate with Royal Rendezvous and the Galway Hurdle with Saldier, Mullins continued his dominance of the meeting on day five.