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Newmarket each-way tip: Rossa Ryan to get the best out of Mr Chaplin

The Tipstrr camp have been feasting their collective eye on the penultimate race at Newmarket, which sees the biggest names in flat racing involved in a rapid sprint to the finish.

16:50 Newmarket: Tattersalls £40,000 EBF Novice Stakes (5 furlongs)

Symbol Of Honour represents Charlie Appleby's yard and is the early market leader in a rapid sprint to the finish. 

William Buick has had an excellent 2024 so far, with a whopping strike rate of 28 percent and he stands a chance of increasing that here. 

However, given that this is a race full of novices, it's difficult to predict how the contenders will fare and at 7/4 there are more tempting odds elsewhere. 

Planet Sport Bet offer: Bet minimum £20+ cash on any runner in the race and if Symbol Of Honour wins by over 1 length, win a £5 free bet

The Actor showed plenty of promise when finishing second over this course-and-distance 19 days ago.

He performed well there and the two-year-old should show further improvement here and could well land a maiden victory. 

With plenty of unknown quantities in the field, Tipstrr's each-way pundits have been frothing at the mouth with the bookies paying out 1/4 on second place and they are backing Mr Chaplin to do well.

With odds of 16/1 to win, if Ralph Beckett's two-year-old makes the frame then you could grab odds of 4/1 giving you a healthy profit and with no previous outings to note of anything could be possible for the colt.

Also the booking of Rossa Ryan is a good one, with it having the potential to swing the race towards Mr Chaplin. 

Ryan has a solid record of finding the top two, as she has finished there in almost a third of her races this season and could help punters land juicy each-way odds here. 


Suggested best bet: Mr Chaplin each-way in the 16:50 at Newmarket

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