August 28 Racing Tips: Hello You's Sweet Reward at Goodwood

Planet Sport tipster Ross Brierley is back to guide you towards finding some winners at Goodwood and Redcar on Saturday, August 28.

There is a full day of racing action this Saturday and Ross is back with some top fancies.

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Hello You (1.50 Goodwood)

Sweet Reward (4.10 Goodwood)

Sibaaq (6.10 Redcar)

1.50 Goodwood - Hello You

Goodwood is taking centre stage on Saturday afternoon with some nice races, including the Celebration Mile, but the Prestige Stakes, a two-year-old Group 3 over seven furlongs, looks very interesting as well.

There are a couple of improvers, Clitheroe for David Simcock and Daneh for the Crisford team, who ran well in France.

However, this looks tailor-made for Hello You to run a big race on its second start for new connections, switched over to David Loughnane, and was a big eye-catcher at York in the Lowther Stakes behind Zain Claudette. Got caught in a pocket at a crucial point, tried to come from too far back, those tactics did not work whatsoever, and I'm hoping that Hello You will learn from that and go on with the second-time hood.

A really impressive winner at Wolverhampton on debut, when rattling round the bends to come home in impressive fashion. Since then it's tried Ascot, Newmarket and York on the straight track. It's either gone too quick early or not quick enough early and come home eye-catchingly from the back.

Hopefully, at the fifth time of asking, this horse will get the fractions right and with the mark of 101 sets the standard for the others to aim at. Pedigree suggests seven furlongs should be spot on as well and Hello You deserves this success, and will hopefully get it.

4.10 Goodwood - Sweet Reward

A tricky handicap here over nine furlongs at Goodwood, and a few of these have a chance, but Sweet Reward might well be missed in the market for Johnnie Portman and Rob Hornby after a disappointing run last time out in a valuable race over at Sandown.

Sent off favourite because it has such a good record at the track, it was never in a particularly good position, stuck out wide early then switched to the inside under Tyler Saunders to come home ninth of 15, beaten eight lengths but eye-catchingly coasting home down that inside rail to suggest that better is to come when things go to plan for Sweet Reward.

That second at this track at Glorious Goodwood reads really well behind Rebel Territory as well so we know Sweet Reward handles the track, and crucially Rob Hornby is back in the saddle. He rode this filly to victory twice earlier on in the season off marks of 74 and 78. I still think there is a bit more to come here off 82.

And while there are slightly more attractive propositions at the top of the betting - the likes of Sky Power are sure to be popular, as is the in-form Zulu Girl - it could well be that Sweet Reward offers a bit of value because that run last time out looks bad, but I think there are plenty of excuses to put a line through that performance.

6.10 Redcar - Sibaaq

The final selection comes at Redcar at 6.10. We've got a straight mile handicap here with a small field, only seven of them going to post and a few of these want a decent pace to chase including the likes of Irish Admiral and in particular Scottish Summit, who's a real strong traveller, but needs to come off a gallop.

And there isn't strictly anything to challenge Sibaaq, who gets the nod for Mark Johnston and Jason Hart. The Johnston team absolutely love it when the ground gets fast, they had four winners this week on good going, and Sibaaq has been in good form round at Beverley.

It's a very different track of course, right-handed stiff finish, and here at Redcar it's going to have to do a different type of performance. But he's the only obvious front runner on the track, he finds plenty for pressure, and this, while being a step up in grade, certainly looks a fairly winnable opportunity against horses who are a little bit out of form.

So if all goes to plan on the pace front, Sibaaq should be the one to beat, and will hopefully kick for home and they won't get anywhere near him.

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