Saturday ITV Racing tips: Best bets for Haydock, York and the Curragh

Planet Sport have you covered for all of ITV Racing's televised races on Saturday, May 21. So sit back, relax and enjoy some fantastic racing action.

Planet Sport's Live Race Centre have all you need to know about the ITV Racing heats on Saturday, May 21.

Here's a quick list of Planet Sport's picks for all of the races being screened by ITV Racing on Saturday.

Screaming Petrus (13.25 Haydock)

Alotaibi (13.45 Goodwood)

Bandinelli (14.00 Haydock)

Movin Time (14.15 Goodwood)

Mister Wilson (14.35 Haydock)

Sir Titus (14.55 York)

Go Bears Go (15.10 Haydock)

Native Trail (15.20 Curragh)

Mighty Blue (15.30 York)

Kings Lynn (15.45 Haydock)

Plus here's some more detail on Planet Sport's six main picks for ITV races Saturday, May 21.

14.35 Haydock - Mister Wilson

Gavin Cromwell's star stayer Flooring Porter grabbed the headlines at Cheltenham over jumps but his Mister Wilson can take the Cazoo Silver Bowl Handicap on the flat.

A fairly consistent performer, steps up to the mile in this sort of company for the first time but the Irish raider did finish second last time out at Naas over seven furlongs.

That was a decent staying on second and apprentice Aidan Keeley taking off seven pounds is a further boost.

14.55 York - Sir Titus

Michael Dods' Sir Titus can outrun his odds in the William Hill Best Odds Guaranteed Handicap.

The Dandy Man gelding is a distance winner and was only beaten a neck last time out at Redcar over the sprint distance.

The experienced Tom Eaves gets the leg up with Sir Titus looking to fly over the five furlongs on the Knavesmire.

15.10 Haydock - Go Bears Go

David Loughnane's Go Bears Go is a classy performer who can run away with the Cazoo Sandy Lane Stakes.

A second in the Breeders' Cup Juvenile Turf Sprint speaks for itself and the three-year-old built on that with a win at Ascot over the six furlongs distance in which he made all the running.

Rossa Ryan gets the ride and this one has the Commonwealth Cup to look forward to at Royal Ascot.

15.20 Curragh - Native Trail

It's almost impossible to impose Charlie Appleby's Native Trail in the Tattersalls Irish 2,000 Guineas.

A winner of the Goffs Vincent O'Brien National Stakes at the Curragh, the Oasis Dream colt built on that with victories in prestigious races such as the Darley Dewhurst Stakes and the Craven at Newmarket.

With Premier entries like the Coral-Eclipse Stakes, Native Trail should only have a pathway to the win here under William Buick.

15.30 York - Mighty Blue

Joseph Patrick O'Brien can be rewarded for a raid from Ireland with Mighty Blue in the William Hill Bronte Cup Fillies' Stakes.

The Authorized mare is a distance winner over the tricky one mile, six furlong trip and showed a bit of what she can do last time out at Gowran Park.

A third wasn't bad on that instance and Mighty Blue can come on for the run to get punters into the black.

15.45 Haydock - Kings Lynn

Who else to back with the Queen's Platinum Jubilee than Her Majesty's Kings Lynn in the Cazoo Temple Stakes?

The Cable Bay gelding finished a reasonable second on reappearance at Chester and may have done better if not for being carried wide round the turn.

The capable David Probert takes the ride on the course and distance winner with Kings Lynn capable of a regal showing for the Queen.

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