Haydock Betting Tips – 7th September 2019

Horse Racing Tips at Haydock, Saturday 7 September 2019

  • 1:50 at Haydock – Gabrials Boy each way at 16/1 with bet365
  • 2:25 at Haydock – Great Scot to win at 7/1 with Coral
  • 3:00 at Haydock – Light Angel to win
  • 4:10 at Haydock – Khaadem to win at 3/1 with Ladbrokes

NB – odds are best available from our selected racing betting sites and are correct at publication but subject to change

Horse Racing Tips Today – Saturday 7th September 2019

1:50 at Haydock – Gabrials Boy each way at 16/1

A strong Saturday card at Haydock gets underway with a competitive looking renewal of the Better Odds On The Betfair Exchange Handicap. This is a 1m6f contest for three-year-olds and has been claimed by some improving types over the years. Gabrials Boy may fall short of winning the race at 16/1 with bet365 but he is the sort of improving horse you’d want to be onside with. Richard Fahey’s gelding has experience on the sort of soft ground he’ll face at Haydock and showed impressive pace last time out over 1m2f despite being bred for this sort of trip.

2:25 at Haydock – Great Scot to win at 7/1

There will be a familiar face at Haydock on Saturday with Here Comes When returning to try and win the Superior Mile Stakes for the second time in a row. Andrew Balding’s nine-year-old has solid claims for a place in this 1m contest at a general 14/1 but may find that winning the race is just beyond him at this stage.

Great Scot is a more likely winner at nice odds of 7/1 with Coral. The three-year-old is a course and distance winner and has plenty to build on from his first race since being gelded. With an allowance compared to the majority of the field he looks a very good price.

3:00 at Haydock – Light Angel to win

Two-year-olds take top billing in the Ascendant Stakes. With six winners from the last 10 renewals, punters have had some success with this race recently and it could be more of the same thanks to the well backed Light Angel. John Gosden has been patient with his colt but is hopeful that he’s getting better with experience and will expect a good run with Frankie Dettori on board. He certainly looks to have the required class to win this Listed race.

4:10 at Haydock – Khaadem to win at 3/1

The Group 1 Sprint Cup is the feature race of the day at Haydock. This 6f contest is always eagerly anticipated by racing fans but we have an extra special renewal ahead of us, even though the previously well fancied Advertise is a non runner.

The absence of Martyn Meade’s star means we go from a trio of much fancied three-year-olds at the top of the market to a duo. Ten Sovereigns is Aidan O’Brien’s big hope but it’s Khaadem for Charlie Hills who catches the eye at the odds. He’s recovered from poor showing at Royal Ascot to finish second in the Hackwood Stakes and then win the Stewards’ Cup by the biggest margin for some years. That level of performance will surely be too much for the field.