International Horse RacingWe had two winners from our four bets at Will Rogers Downs in America on Monday and we have studied all the videos again to bring you our best US Horse Racing Tips as the international show remains firmly on the road

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KEANNA (Will Rogers Downs race 1, 6f, dirt, 7.15pm GMT)

Keanna has obviously had some problems in the last few months having raced just once since May last year and that was a disappointing effort in December at Remington Park. Has won a race though and finished a decent fourth in higher company in her juvenile days and she has a chance if injuries have not harmed her too severely. Worth noting that she’s been working well at the track of late.


BACK KEANNA AT 9/4 HERE


PRETTY BRITCHES (NAP) (Will Rogers Downs race 3, 6f, dirt, 8.15pm GMT)

She’s finished outside the first three just once in seven starts at this track so clearly feels right at home here. Did not perform at her best in her first start in six months at the beginning of March but she recorded the second-fastest time among 32 horses in a five-furlong track workout at Will Rogers Downs just last week.


BACK PRETTY BRITCHES AT 9/2 HERE


BLAME IT ON JR (Will Rogers Downs race 4, 1m, dirt, 8.45pm GMT)

Ran just once and you would have needed binoculars to find him when the winner passed the post, but he was difficult to load into the stalls and was very slowly away.

That was in a much better race and he wasn’t sent off at a massive price, which means he’d presumably shown ability. Worked well lately at this course and latest workout was accompanied by the comment “broke handily from the gate”.

That suggests his starting problems could well be solved and he might be worth backing to finally display his aptitude on the track.


BACK BLAME IT ON JR AT 12/1 HERE


KAT’S SECOND SILVER (Will Rogers Downs race 8, 51/2 f dirt, 10.45pm GMT)

Four last-time-out winners but Kat’s Second Silver is the one to follow as he was clearly the best when winning at this course last week. That made it two wins in his last three starts and he should be strong at the finish here.


BACK KAT’S SECOND SILVER AT 11/4 HERE