Today’s top selections from the press and media feature a trio of runners from Kempton and a pair at Newcastle, with no real standout among them. So check out the top five most popular newspaper tips below, along with the best odds available.
1: FIRST RECEIVER (3:55pm Kempton) (3 Votes)
Placed in two career races so far, with the most recent of those over C&D, when second to First View, by half a length in November. Looks to be a straight fight with Born A King for the spoils and have every chance of grabbing a maiden victory this afternoon.
(Racing Post, Newmarket. Racing TV, The Score. The Sunday Express)
2: ST GALLEN (1:35pm Kempton) (2 Votes)
Very useful hurdler, who won first two run on UK soil last year, including a Class 3 at Kelso. Finishing twelfth of fifteen in a listed hurdle at Market Rasen and comes back to the flat, which has reaped a couple of victories back in 2018. Looks to have the beating of the field here, but does make Kempton debut.
(Daily Mirror, Newsboy. Shropshire Star, Andy Morris)
3: AYR HARBOUR (1:55pm Newcastle) (2 Votes)
Good start to career, with two wins and two places in six runs so far. Won over C&D back in January and made it a double with victory at Lingfield, three weeks later. Bit off more than could chew, when fifth in a Class 2 in March, but dropping back down for this Class 4 run, should give them a chance in a difficult race to predict.
(The Times, Rob Wright. Scottish Sun, Jim Delahunt)
4: DARK VISION (1:20pm Newcastle) (2 Votes)
Won first three career starts back in 2018, including the Group 2 Qatar Vintage Stakes at Goodwood, but has failed to regain that form since. A third place showing at York last October offered a glimmer of hope but was immediately dispelled, when eleventh in the following race. Handicapper has been kind, so could see fortunes change.
(Racing Post, RP Ratings. Daily Post, Mercury)
5: GALSWORTHY (1:00pm Newcastle) (2 Votes)
Placed twice in two career runs so far for John Gosden, finishing third over a mile and two at Newcastle last time out,back in November. Drops down in class today and extends in trip to 1m 4f, while Frankie Dettori rides once again, having done so on debut. Looks the one to beat.
(Jersey Evening Post, Rory Paddock. Daily Express, The Scout)
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