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Haydock each-way tips: Radio Goo Goo and Secret Guest target frame finish

There’s plenty in with a shout of landing this open-looking handicap, and our friends at Tipstrr suggest that the final placings might not all be reserved for those at the top of the betting.

16:45 Haydock: Betfred ‘Join Our Sports Club’ Reverence Handicap  (6 furlongs)

In a wide-open market, the top half-dozen fancies are covered by just a couple of betting points, with Fresh, Batal Dubai and Billyjoh all attracting plenty of support.

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Also in the mix, Al Barez is looking to follow back-to-back all-weather successes by completing his hat-trick on turf debut, although of those principals, it is Radio Goo Goo who has caught the eye of the Tipstrr collective.

This time last year, David Evan’s four-year-old was in the midst of an impressive four-timer, including an emphatic 2¾-length victory over this course and distance in May, before going on to finish a very respectable fourth of 26 in the Palace Of Holyrood House Stakes at Royal Ascot

Four all-weather outings in March and April tuned this likeable filly up nicely to hit the ground running on her turf debut at Ripon three weeks ago, when she won by a length, and with in-form Richard Kingscote at the helm, she could well raise her game again here.


Best each-way bet: Radio Goo Goo in the 16:45 at Haydock

Deeper still in the betting, Lir Speciale could be ready to outrace his odds on his second appearance for Stuart Williams, but Tipstrr's alternative each-way nod goes to Secret Guest, who has the credentials to live up to his name and gatecrash the market leaders’ party at a good price.

Bryan Smart’s four-time winner last tasted turf success at Redcar last September, since when he has spent the winter keeping race-fit in six outings on Newcastle’s testing all-weather track.

After a couple of close-up runner-up spots, the four-year-old’s efforts were finally fully rewarded in February when he saw off 11 decent handicappers over this six-furlong trip.

Two promising turf outings in May both ended in respectable third-place finishes, with neither seeing him far behind the winners, and he should be primed for this third attempt in the space of three weeks.

He will need to improve further in this company, but Andrew Breslin’s useful three-pound claim can only help his cause, as should the application of first-time cheekpieces.

Next best each-way punt: Secret Guest in the 16:45 at Haydock


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