ITV Racing Tips: The best tipped horses from Sunday's bumper 10 race offering
There's an extra dose of ITV Racing on Sunday with the coverage from Sky Bet's Super Series from Hamilton and some exciting action on the level at Leopardstown available on ITV4 from 3.50pm. We've taken a deep dive into what the nations betst tipsters are putting up in the big races...
There's 10 races covered on ITV 4 on Sunday including three Group 3 races from Ireland and all seven of the races at Hamilton where we've picked out the best tipped and napped horses at the Scottish track.
First off looking at the competitive Fillies' Handicap (16:18) at Hamilton races. It's a big field of 15 and a lot of the bookies on Horseracing.net are offering extra places, including William Hill who are going five places. It's 7/2 the field and its the favourite Nordhalla trained by Charlie and Mark Johnston who has attracted the most selection from the tipsters, with the likes of the Daily Record and Star both tipping up the three year old and The Irish Field's Rory Delargy making her his nap of the meeting north of the border.
SBK go best price 4/1 about the tough filly who has more to give following some useful efforts in two handicap wins so far this season and is also the Spotlight selection.
Sticking at Hamilton and there's another big field in the 1m handicap at 16:48. A Boy Named Ivy is the pick of the tipsters here at 7/1 with Bet365 who are offering each-way terms down to four places.
The four year old trained by Michael Dods has been runner-up in both starts since returning in March and is likely to make his presence felt here from stall seven. Templegate of The Sun is amongst the tipsters selecting him here whilst the Scottish Sun and Sunday Mail also make him their nap of the meeting.
In the Sprint Handicap at 17:18 five tipsters two tipsters have napped Ava Go Joe for trainer Tim Easterby. The steadily progressive four year old has been napped up by the Daily Record who know a few things about picking winners in Scotland and he still looks unexposed.
Continue the theme of picking out horses with people's names in their name, we dip into the last at Hamilton (18:45), where ther Michael and David Easterby train ed Where's Jeff has been napped up by the Racing and Football Outlook's Andrew Mount and also Spotlight's selection in the race. At bigger prices, this course and distance winner and has a record of going well second time out over the years and back at a winning mark here.
A Boy Named Ivy (EW)
Ava Go Joe (EW)
Where's Jeff (EW)
There are three Group 3 races from Leopardstown on ITV 4 with the firsdt coming in the shape of the Cornelscourt Stakes at 16:05.
The Joseph O'Brien trained Agartha is the likely favourite ranging from 5/4 to 7/4 in the betting and has been the most tipped up horse in the race. However, looking down the card, the Dermot Weld trained Suwayra catches the eye at the prices. Bet Victor make the filly a 17/2 chance, a course and distance winner here last summer, she has the makings of a Pattern-class filly and has been napped up by Karl Hedley of the Irish Post.
In the Derby Trail Stakes at 16:35 the Aidan O'Brien trained Stone Age (7/4) is all the rage here with seven tips and three naps. Second in a Group 1 in France last October, he's closely matched with the less exposed Atomic Jones (6/1). Spotlight's selection in the race and also Racing Post Topspeed, he was a winner first time out this season and can make another step up here.
Finally, the Amethyst Stakes at 17:05 is a one mile contest headed by Aidan O'Brien's Ivy League at 11/8. He has plenty to find on figures stepping out of handicap company, so preference here goes for 5/1 chance Georgeville for Ger Lyons.
The six year old is a course winner over a mile and a quarter in a Listed contest, he'll need to bounce back from a dissapointing start to the season but five tipsters are willing to take that chance on him here including the Sun On Sunday and Jon Freeman of The i who make him their nap of the meeting.
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