Saturday’s horseracing tips

Saturday’s horseracing tips

Check out our horseracing tips from grounds in Ireland and the UK.

CORK: 1.35 Erniya, 2.05 Bubbly Bellini, 2.40 Enter the Red, 3.15 Mesmerism, 3.50 Struthan, 4.20 Prologue, 4.55 Elegant Peace, 5.25 FLIGHT RISK (NAP).

ASCOT: 1.45 Forgotten Rules, 2.20 Jack Dexter, 2.55 Silk Sari, 3.30 Integral, 4.05 NOBLE MISSION (NAP), 4.45 Dream Walker.

CHELTENHAM: 2.00 In The Rough, 2.35 Claret Cloak, 310 Tiger Roll, 3.45 Le Bec, 4.25 Dragon’s Den, 5.00 Splash Of Ginge, 5.30 Paolozzi.

CATTERICK: 1.25 Spirit of Zeb, 1.55 Hollie Point, 2.30 High Office, 3.05 Colonel Mak, 3.40 Ebony Express, 4.15 Comino, 4.50 Blue Top, 5.20 Voice From Above.

WOLVERHAMPTON: 5.45 Quick Touch, 6.15 Medam, 6.45 Black Iceman, 7.15 Pim Street, 7.45 Gone Dutch, 8.15 Star Anise, 8.45 May Queen, 9.15 Stanlow.

KELSO: 1.40 Turtle Cask, 2.10 I Need Gold, 2.45 Farragon, 3.20 Carlito Brigante, 3.55 Mason Hindmarsh, 4.35 Mo Rouge, 5.10 Wakhan, 5.40 Northern Acres.

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