Horse Racing Tips | 4th July 2015


THE bets bets from Saturday’s racing from Graeme Johnston (@GraemeJ_83).

14:00 Sandown | Channel 4

A five furlong Group 3 that is weakened by the withdrawal of likely favourite Mecca’s Angel. This is a race that looks short of strength and depth as most of the field are regressive with their glory days behind them. This however cannot be said about the favourite Waady.

Waady has had six career starts winning on four occasions and has developed into a sprinter of real potential. This is his first try at Group level but I feel he is up to the task.

Three of his career victories have come over today’s course and distance, the last of which was an impressive victory in a Listed race beating Profitable by two lengths. Profitable is a Listed winner himself and ran with distinction at Royal Ascot so Waady has some solid form in the book.

His sole defeat this season came in a strongly contested Haydock Listed race where he all but blew his chances at the start with an uncharacteristically slow break.

Waady is easily the most progressive runner in the field and I make him a confident selection to take this before going on to bigger and better things later in the season.

14:15 Haydock | Channel 4

The Lancashire Oaks has attracted a slightly below average field for a Group 2, and most of the field have form that ties in with one another. Five of these met in a Group 3 over course and distance and it was a messy race.

There are reasons why the form could be reversed as the winner Miss Marjurie got first run on the field who got in each others way before running on, but that is over looking the fact that she was a decisive winner in the end.

She has taken her form to a whole new level this season, with wins at Listed and Group 3 level, and I believe that she has improved from four to five years old.

She hails from the unfashionable Denis Coakley yard, and I believe if she was trained by John Gosden or Sir Michael Stoute she would be a short price favourite for this. The 6/1 on offer on her winning is a far bigger price than she should be and I expect her to uphold the course and distance form.

Best Bets

14:00 Sandown – Waady to win (5/2 Bet365)

14:15 Haydock – Miss Marjurie to win (6/1 Bet365)

World Cup 2018: The Ultimate Betting Guide

Our 130-page spectacular, World Cup 2018: The Ultimate Betting Guide, is available to buy NOW!

The interactive magazine includes previews, videos, stats and tips for all 32 teams, features on Outright Winners, Top Goalscorer, Refs & Cards, Dark Horses, Flops, Knock-out Betting and much more.

22 football experts contribute to our Ask the Experts feature and there’s over 5 hours of exclusive audio with 5 of the planet’s most respected reporters who discuss the chances of each nation with our very own Mark O’Haire.

And if that wasn’t enough there’s a free bet up for grabs with our partners Ladbrokes.

Click here to subscribe to World Cup 2018: The Ultimate Betting Guide today.


About Author

Profile photo of graemejohnston

I grew up watching Hearts games with my dad and playing football at every opportunity so betting on it was the logical next step! Football coupons became a Saturday ritual and it introduced me into the world of horse racing. I started watching it on a regular basis, and after Galileo's Derby win in 2001 I was hooked. I follow both flat and national hunt racing attending the northern meetings when possible.

Leave A Reply