Horse Racing in the UK & Ireland, Today's Racing News

Williams Aims To Strike A Light With Stone At Bangor

Venetia Williams's Stone Light was outclassed in Listed company at Ascot last time out, but the six-year-old will aim to return to winning ways this afternoon when lining up in Bangor-on-Dee's Global Retail Interiors Handicap Chase at 1:00pm.

In an intriguing four-runner renewal, Dan Skelton's Mister Grez could be the primary contender, whilst the lightly-weighted duo of Free World and Humbel Ben can't be discounted in what is a tricky contest to assess on the seven-race card.

Kim Bailey's Agent Fedora will be one of the leading players in a competitive renewal of the Yorton Farms Mares' Handicap Hurdle at 1:30pm, whilst Jennie Candlish's Restraint Of Trade will be a red-hot favourite for the Dundee Partnership Novices' Hurdle at 2:00pm.

Kempton Park and Wolverhampton will host a brace of all-weather fixtures and the former will see Sir Mark Prescott's Don't Be bid for a hat-trick of wins when doing battle in the BetBright Casino Handicap at 3:20pm, whilst Head Space is a prominent figure in the betting in the Download Our App Handicap at 3:50pm.

At Wolverhampton, Ralph Beckett's Mr Bossy Boots will go for a third win in four career starts and will be a tough nut to crack in the Ladbrokes Handicap, which is one of the main events at 3:10pm on what is a bumper eight-race card that goes through until 5:10pm.

Saturday's Tip

Hello George (1pt Each Way) - Ascot 15:30

We will be aiming to continue our winning ways after some decent winners over the last couple of months.

Future Racing - Top notch racing on lead up to Christmas

Some mouth-watering races will take place in the month of December as we head towards the festive period and the Long Walk Hurdle and Ladbroke Hurdle catch the eye, whilst as we get closer to the festive periof all eyes will turn to the King George VI Chase on Boxing Day.

Long Walk Hurdle - Stayers head to Ascot

Alan King's Medinas was a fine winner of the Long Distance Hurdle at Newbury last time out and he will aim to sparkle in Graded company again on Saturday with victory in the Grade 1 Long Walk Hurdle, which is a premier trial for the World Hurdle.

Zarkandar will be a leading player for the Paul Nicholls team, whilst Haydock Brush Hurdle winner Aubusson will aim to step into the big time and land this prize in what is a really intriguing renewal from Ascot.

Long Walk Hurdle


King George VI Chase - Kempton set for thriller

Silviniaco Conti was a fine winner of the Betfair Chase and the classy star will aim to retain his King George VI Chase crown on Boxing Day in what will be a real Christmas cracker from Kempton Park, where a stellar field will line up in the event.

Cue Card was unable to land a blow in the Betfair, but he could look to bounce back in this contest, whilst the likes of Irish raider Champagne Fever and Amlin 1965 Chase winner Al Ferof another possible classy duo taking their chance.

King George VI Chase


Horse Racing Tips - George to bag Ladbroke place

Our resident tipster Steve Chambo will be filtering through the form guides to gain those all-important winners, whilst racing presenter Tom Lee's Horse Racing Tips will be a regular addition to the tipping zone.

So, keep in touch with our tips section, as there is often a selection for the major races as they come along and they could be worth following.

Horse Racing Tips

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