Horse Racing Tips – Saturday 15th June 2019
- 1.50 at York – Arctic Fox at 7/1 with BetVictor
- 2.05 at Sandown – Street Parade at 6/1 with RaceBets
- 3.00 at York – Gold Mount each way at 10/1 with Betfair
- 3.15 at Sandown – Thrave at 7/1 with bet365
NB – odds are best available from our selected racing betting sites and are correct at publication but subject to change
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Horse Racing Tips Today – Saturday 15th June 2019
1.50 at York – Arctic Fox at 7/1
The Queen Mother’s Cup Handicap is the 1.50 at York on Saturday and this Class 3 race of a mile and a half is open to runners aged three or older. It is limited to female amateur riders, so some of the names will be unfamiliar to occasional punters, but there are some big name trainers involved.
We’ve turned to one such big hitter, Richard Fahey, for our tip in this one: the three year old filly Arctic Fox, available at the time of writing at odds of around 7/1. Coming into this with a very nice weight of just 9-4 (which compares to the top weight of 11-0 for 16/1 shot Breath Caught), Arctic Fox won a fillies’ handicap at York last time out and we think she can repeat the victory here.
2.05 at Sandown – Street Parade at 5/1
The Randox Health Scurry Stakes is a Listed race run over a distance of five furlongs and open to runners aged three. For us there is one obvious runner to back in this one: Stuart Williams’ Street Parade.
With three wins and a second place finish from his six runs to date, he looked good when running home first at Windsor last time out, his first race since being gelded. We think he’ll do the business here.
3.00 at York – Gold Mount each way at 10/1
The 3.00 at York is the Sky Race To Ebor Grand Cup Stakes. Run over a mile and six furlongs, this Listed race is open to runner aged four years and older. Sir Michael Stoute’s runner Mekong is the worthy 7/4 favourite, but we are opting for a longer odds option for an each way bet here: the Ian Williams-trained Gold Mount.
The six year old Gold Mount has spent almost all the last four seasons out in Hong Kong and this will be his first run on these shores since the King George V Stakes at Royal Ascot back in 2016… a race he won by more than three lengths. He also won handicaps at Sandown and Newbury that season, and with Andrea Atzeni in the saddle here we think he’s worth a punt.
3.15 at Sandown – Thrave at 7/1
The Randox Health Handicap is a Class 2, one mile contest open to three year olds and older with a maximum rating of 100. We’re opting for the Henry Candy-trained Thrave for this one after he managed a decent-looking second place finish at Newbury last time out.