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Lee Mottershead is joined by Tom Park and Mark Boylan to discuss an exciting weekend of action which saw Trueshan take over as the champion of the staying division and Baaeed confirming his credentials as one of the Champions Day was a day which saw the jockeys in the headlines. Oisin Murphy landed his third Championship title whilst Dettori was in the limelight for all the wrong reasons. The team review the star-studded afternoon of action from Ascot, whilst also taking a look back on what has been an eventful Flat season. There's also a brief look ahead to the weekend which features the final Group 1 of the season and the return of the Jumps at Cheltenham. 18+ BeGambleAware
Bruce Millington is joined by Paul Kealy and Tom Collins to preview a stellar British Champions Day at Ascot on what promises to be a top-quality day of racing. Saturday's action starts with the rematch between Trueshan and Stradivarius in the Long Distance Cup. Trueshan has won the two previous meetings between the top two stayers, but can he make it three from three? The British Champion Sprint Stakes looks slightly more challenging to find the winner but Paul Kealy likes the chances of his 20-1 selection. Snowfall is odds-on to win the Fillies & Mares Stakes, but do the panel think she's worth backing at such a short price? Palace Pier and Baaeed do battle over a mile in the QEII (3.10) in what is a mouthwatering clash. The supporting cast, including the likes of Master Of The Seas and Alcohol Free, will be bidding to steal the limelight from the two at the top of the market. The feature race of the day comes in the Champion Stakes in which international superstar Mishriff takes on Derby hero Adayar and last year's winner Addeybb among others. The lads give us their thoughts on this tremendous race. The Balmoral Handicap finishes a classy day of racing at Ascot and before signing off the panel give us their NAPs for the weekend. 18+ BeGambleAware
Maddy Playle is joined by Tom Collins and Mark Boylan to discuss an exciting weekend of action which saw Coroebus and Native Trail impress in front of the Newmarket crowds. As well as that the team discuss Buzz winning the Cesarewitch where Oisin Murphy bounced back from a difficult week. There's also a brief look ahead to the weekend which features Champions Day and they also provide their NAPs. 18+ BeGambleAware
Kyle Mitcheison is joined by David Jennings and Keith Melrose to preview all of this weekend's big racing action. Saturday's action at Newmarket looks brilliant with the Darley Dewhurst Stakes as well as the eagerly awaited Cesarewitch Handicap, our panel pick out their best bets for each. There's also top-class action at York with the Rockingham Stakes. As well as that, in-depth previews of the rest of the ITV action as well as the NAPs. 18+ BeGambleAware
Maddy Playle is joined by James Stevens and David Jennings for a look back at the weekend's racing, including the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe at Longchamp. There was a shock Arc winner in the form of outsider Torquator Tasso, who beat all the big names to win Europe's biggest Flat race with Tarnawa finishing in second, Hurricane Lane in third and Adayar in fourth. The panel discuss the race in detail, discussing whether the best horse in the race won and considering the futures of the likes of Tarnawa. The team also review the rest of the weekend's racing from France, including Space Blues winning the Prix de la Foret and Trueshan beating Stradivarius in the Prix du Cadran. Have we seen the last of Stradivarius? The panel discuss the great stayer. To finish off, the guys preview this weekend's big race, the Dewhurst, and give us their tips and thoughts on the Group 1.
Bruce Millington, David Jennings and Keith Melrose take a look at the biggest races of the weekend including the finest race of the flat calendar, the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe. The lads kick us off by giving us their tips for the UK action on Saturday with Keith providing a strong word for his selection in the Rous Stakes at Ascot but DJ has a differing opinion on who he thinks will win the race. The panel give us their analysis and tips ahead of the Arc on Sunday. Keith believes his selection has a “massive chance” with DJ putting up a horse that he believes will "peak" in this race. The guys also give us a longshot for the big race. Along with the UK action and the Arc, the panel give us their best bets for the other French races and as always provide us with their NAPs for the weekend.
David Redvers joins Martin Stevens and Tom Turner to speak about Roaring Lion's yearling legacy, Kameko's start at stud, Zoustar's big future, Havana Gold's golden year and much more. Top Lot is proudly sponsored by Irish Thoroughbred Marketing.
Maddy Playle is joined by Chris Cook and Tom Collins for a look back at the weekend's racing, including the Cambridgeshire Handicap. It was a fantastic day of racing on Saturday, starting with a dramatic finish in the Royal Lodge as Royal Patronage just pipped Coroebus who hit a low of 1.01 in-running. The panel discuss the end to the race and give us their thoughts on the chances of Coroebus in the 2,000 Guineas next year. The team also review the weekend's Group 1 races, including the Cheveley Park where the impressive Tenebrism managed to reel in Flotus late on. Tom was full of praise for Perfect Power after he won the Middle Park Stakes with Christophe Soumillon onboard. 40-1 Bedouin's Story won the feature race on Saturday, the Cambridgeshire,. Away from the UK tracks, Luxembourg powered his way to Derby favouritism with a hugely taking performance in the Beresford Stakes - what do the panel think of his future? To finish off, the panel preview this weekend's big race, the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe, giving us their tips and thoughts on what looks a cracking renewal.
Bruce Millington, David Jennings and Graeme Rodway are back to take a look at the biggest races of the weekend They kick off by assessing the action from Newmarket starting with the Cambridgeshire in which DJ has a 16/1 selection. The team then preview the Group action including the Royal Lodge, Cheveley Park and Middle Park Stakes. The panel also give their best bets from elsewhere including three tips from G-Rod from his local track Chelmsford. As always, our expert tipsters cap off the show with their NAP for the weekend as well.
David Jennings is joined by Chris Cook and James Stevens for a look back at the previous week's racing, including the Ayr Gold Cup! Kevin Stott's masterful ride aboard Bielsa stole the show as he took the solo route on the stands' side in Ayr's prestigious sprint handicap. The Postcast team assess the result, picking out runners in behind that are worth keeping an eye on. The team also review the weekend's Group action including the Firth Of Clyde Fillies' Stakes, Mill Reef Stakes and Al Aasy's less than impressive return in the Legacy Cup Stakes. The team then look ahead to this week's action including the Group 1 Cheveley Park and Middle Park Stakes. To finish off each member of the panel gives their NAP of the week.
Bruce Millington is joined by David Jennings and Keith Melrose to look ahead to a weekend of racing that features action from Ayr and Newbury. The panel provide their best bets from the two meetings as well as previewing the Close Brothers Cesarewitch Trial Handicap at Newmarket. 18+ BeGambleAware
Lee Mottershead is joined by Mark Boylan and Tom Collins to review the best of the weekend's action across the UK, Ireland and France! The lads start by dissecting the Cazoo St Leger, where Hurricane Lane was an impressive odds-on winner, can he go on to win the Arc? The panel discusses his chances. Also looking back on Saturday, Leopardstown was certainly not short of drama as St Mark's Basilica just held off Tarnawa to win the Irish Champion Stakes - the guys discuss the dramatic finish and whether Tarnawa should have been awarded the race. Speaking of Tarnawa, Lee, Mark and Tom discuss her chances in the Arc after she was made favourite following her impressive run at Leopardstown. Onto Sunday and there was a major shock on the cards as 1-5 favourite Snowfall was beaten in France. Our top team assesses her chances back at Longchamp next month plus give their best bets for the week.
Bruce Millington, David Jennings and Graeme Rodway are back to take a look at the biggest races of the weekend. The team start by giving their selections for a number of ITV races at Doncaster that include the Cazoo St Leger where Hurricane Lane heads the market. There's also Irish Champions Weekend to look forward to which includes a brilliant days racing at the Curragh on Sunday. The panel give their best bets for those races. 18+ BeGambleAware
Jimmy George reflects on the recent buoyant August Sale and Somerville sale, and looks forward to the Tattersalls Ireland September Yearling Sale, as well as of course the October Books 1, 2, 3 and 4 sales.
Maddy Playle is joined by James Stevens and Ireland editor Richard Forristal to review the weekend's racing and take a look back at the key performers from Haydock, Ascot, Kempton and Longchamp. Before dissecting the weekend's racing, the panel starts by discussing the suspended Gordon Elliott, who will step out of the shadows and begin his redemptive journey on Thursday, September 9. Rewinding to Saturday, Haydock was certainly not short of quality as Kevin Ryan's Emaraaty Ana got the verdict in a thrilling finish with Starman in the Group 1 Sprint Cup. Artistic Rifles, Golden Flame and Island Brave were also impressive winners at the track. It was a weekend to remember for William Haggas, as Hamish returned from a 442-day absence to defeat odds-on Hukum in the September Stakes, while Chalk Stream was a class apart in the Lavazza Stakes. Most notably of all, however, was Baaeed's win in the Group 1 Prix du Moulin on Sunday, with Maddy and James discussing what could be next for the unbeaten colt. Before signing off, the panel cast their eye to the Doncaster St Leger meeting and the Irish Champion Stakes to give their best bets.
Bruce Millington, Graeme Rodway and Justin O'Hanlon are here to look ahead at the biggest races of the weekend. The team start by giving their selections for a number of the feature races at Haydock on Saturday afternoon - Graeme fancies a big outsider to challenge Starman in the Sprint Cup Stakes. Before giving us their NAPs, the panel also discuss the other ITV racing action from Kempton and Haydock. Last but not least, there is a quick look ahead at the Prix du Moulin de Longchamp as well.
Maddy Playle is joined by Graeme Rodway and Mark Boylan to review the weekend's racing and take a look back at the key performers from Goodwood, Beverley and Newmarket. The team starts by assessing the performance of James Ferguson's Mise En Scene who picked up well to land the Group 3 Prestige Stakes under the red-hot Oisin Murphy. Equally as impressive was Aratus who just keeps on improving for Clive Cox, having fended off the consistent Escobar to make it four wins on the bounce. With the team confident that there is plenty more to come from the three-year-old colt. Benbatl returned to a racecourse for the first time after 337 days on the sidelines in the Group 2 Celebration Mile on Saturday, but he had to settle for second place as Amanda Perrett's Lavender's Blue got up on the line to narrowly deny the Saeed bin Suroor-trained son of Dubawi. Turning their attention to the Beverley Bullet Sprint, the panel give their thoughts on Tis Marvellous who showed a scintillating turn of foot to quickly stretch clear of his rivals in taking fashion. Maddy, Graeme and Mark also give their early tips for the Haydock Sprint Cup, Ayr Gold Cup as well as their NAPs for the week ahead.
Maddy Playle is joined by Mark Boylan and Keith Melrose to look ahead to this weekend's racing at Goodwood and Beverley. The panel discuss some of the feature races of the weekend, including the Celebration Mile and Silver Cup Handicap. Before providing their NAPs for the upcoming racing action, the team also take a quick look at the Close Brothers Hopeful Stakes at Newmarket on Saturday afternoon.
Maddy Playle is joined by Keith Melrose and Graeme Rodway to review the weekend's racing action and take a look back at the key performers from York's Ebor festival. The first port of call in the team's York review is the feature of the week, the Ebor Handicap, won by Sonnyboyliston. Maddy and co dissect the result, picking out the standout runners aside from the victor. The team then review the key Group races from each day of the Ebor festival. How good was Mishriff's six length Juddmonte success? Can Snowfall reach Enable's level? A vintage Stradivarius performance but how many more will we get to see? With multiple Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe clues seen at York, Keith and Graeme give their early predictions before going on to pick out their eye catchers from the handicaps. After analysing a plethora of high class horseracing from God's Own Country, the postcast panel head down south to assess the pair of Group 3s ran at Sandown, before crossing the channel to pick out their eyecatchers from the two Group 1 contests at Deauville. To finish off each member of the panel gives their NAP of the week.
Bruce Millington is joined by Keith Melrose and David Jennings to preview the weekend's best ITV Racing action including the final day of the York Ebor Festival. The team kick off by previewing the most valuable flat handicap in Europe, the Sky Bet Ebor Handicap, which features David Jennings' NAP of the weekend. Bruce and co also look at the other Saturday races at York and Sandown on ITV including the Group 3 Solario Stakes and Atalanta Stakes. Along with all of Saturday's action, the guys give us a selection for the Sunday Series racing on ITV4. Before signing off, DJ and Keith give their NAPs and their tips for the Group 1 Prix Morny and Prix Jean Romanet which take centre stage at Deauville on Sunday.
Martin Stevens and James Thomas are joined by Goffs group chief executive and leading industry figure Henry Beeby The team look ahead to the upcoming Premier and Orby Yearling Sales, while Henry reflects on the challenges and changes that the last 12 months have brought about in the bloodstock world Find out the identity of the most expensive horse Henry has auctioned, and his top tips for those visiting Doncaster and Naas, in our quickfire Q&A
Maddy Playle is joined by James Stevens and Mark Boylan to review the weekend's racing action and look ahead to York's Ebor festival. Frankie Dettori claimed Palace Pier was “the best miler I've ever ridden” after the superstar held off Poetic Flare in a pulsating Prix Jacques le Marois. The panel have their say on the race and John Gosden's review of the performance. The Great St Wilfrid Handicap and the Hungerford Stakes were the feature races on home soil this weekend. Maddy and co dissect the results and give their eyecatchers of the weekend. Can Love conquer all in the Juddmonte? Snowfall or Wonderful tonight in the Oaks? Will Stradivarius return to his best? The team look ahead to York's Ebor festival, picking out their fancy for the feature race on each day. To finish off each member of the panel gives their NAP of the week.
Bruce Millington is joined by David Jennings and Tom Collins to look ahead to this weekend's racing at Newmarket, Newbury and Ripon. The panel discuss some of the feature races of the weekend, including the Great St Wilfrid Stakes and Hungerford Stakes. As always, our expert tipsters will finish off with their NAPs for the weekend, as well as a shout for the Prix Jacques le Marois.
Maddy Playle is joined by Chris Cook and Mark Boylan for a look back at the previous week's racing, including the Shergar Cup at Ascot! Team racing is the hot topic after Saturday's Shergar Cup and the recent introduction of the new Racing League. Our team assesses how the new initiative is going and what it can learn from the Shergar Cup's success. It was an international affair this weekend with the main Group action in France, Germany and Ireland including the Prix Maurice de Gheest which was won well by Marianafoot. Maddy and co dissect the result picking out their ones to watch going forward. The team then look ahead to this week's Group action including the Prix Jacques Le Marois on Sunday. To finish off each member of the panel gives their NAP of the week.
Bruce Millington, David Jennings and Tom Collins are here for a look ahead to Saturday's Shergar Cup at Ascot, before previewing the rest of the ITV action at Newmarket and Haydock. The team start by giving their honest opinions on the Shergar Cup, before going on to give their best bets on the card. The Group 3 Sweet Solera Stakes is the feature race at Newmarket, with DJ very sweet on one of the market principles for a trainer who has a strong record in the race. There's even more top-quality racing on Sunday as we are treated to two Group 1's in the form of the Keeneland Phoenix Stakes at the Curragh and the Larc Prix Maurice de Gheest at Deauville. DJ and Tom each provide a selection for both races. Also on the show, the team share their weekend NAPs, before casting their eye on the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe market where they each give their early fancies in what is shaping up to be the race of the season.
Maddy Playle is joined by Lee Mottershead and James Stevens for a look back at Glorious Goodwood with the standout performance coming from Lady Bowthorpe, who landed William Jarvis his first Group 1 in 27 years on an emotional day at the Sussex track. The panel discuss Trueshan's win in the Goodwood Cup - how does he rank in the stayers' division following that? Battaash dominated the headlines after retiring following a disappointing 7th in the King George but after a hugely successful career, the guys were full of praise for the sprinter. Lee discusses the unsavoury scenes at Goodwood which saw fighting break out amongst the crowd and what racing can do to prevent this happening in the future. Along with the above, the panel discuss the newly formed Racing League and give us their best bet for the week ahead. 18+ BeGambleAware
Bruce Millington is joined by Tom Collins and Keith Melrose to preview Saturday's ITV racing action from Glorious Goodwood! The panel also take a look ahead and make their selections for Newmarket, including the Fillies' Nursery Handicap and the Chalice Stakes. As always, our expert tipsters will be providing their NAP for the weekend as well.
Bruce Millington and Steve Palmer are back with another Sweet Spot episode, this week previewing the Olympic Men's Golf tournament as well as the ISPS Handa World Invitational. The team review last week's action which included both a 125/1 winner and 125/1 place for our super-sub Joe Champion on last week's show selections. Steve explains all the juicy Olympic stories involved in this year's event, and gives his tips on who he sees winning the illustrious Olympic Gold Medal. For information on Members Club and Racing Post Ultimate use the link below: www.racingpost.com/members-club/matrix/
Maddy Playle is joined by David Jennings and Tom Collins to look back at the King George where Adayar produced a stunning performance to become the first Derby hero to win the King George in the same year since Galileo in 2001. As well as that the team look ahead to a brilliant week of racing which includes Glorious Goodwood and the Galway Festival. Stardivarius aims for a fifth Goodwood Cup meanwhile Snow Lantern has been declared for the Sussex Stakes. All of that, the NAPs and much more. 18+ BeGambleAware.
Bruce Millington is joined by Keith Melrose and David Jennings to preview the weekend's best ITV Racing action including the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Qipco Stakes. Love is favourite for trainer Aidan O'Brien, she takes on Derby winner Adayar and Irish Derby runner-up Lone Eagle among others. DJ believes a 9-1 shot in the race is overpriced and could run well in Saturday's Group 1 The panel also look at the other Saturday races at York and Ascot on ITV including the Group 3 Princess Margaret Keeneland Stakes, where DJ puts up his best bet of the day, calling it ‘bonkers' that his selection isn't favourite in the betting. Along with all of Saturday's action, the guys give us a selection for Sunday's racing which includes the first Sunday series on ITV4. Before signing off, DJ and Keith give an ante-post selection for Glorious Goodwood and the Galway festival, which both start next week.
Bruce Millington and Joe Champion are back with another Sweet Spot episode. Both previewing the upcoming 3M Open & Cazoo Open. They also take a look at the upcoming Evian Championship. The team also give their views on The Open Championship & the Barbasol Championship from last week, analysing who impressed as well as who underperformed. Joe gives us his biggest fancies for this week's tournaments, including other selections who could be worth backing at even better prices.
Lee Mottershead, Mark Boylan and Graeme Rodway are here to review the previous week's racing, including Snowfall's rout in the Irish Oaks at the Curragh on Saturday, cementing herself as the current ante-post favourite for the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe. Over at Newbury, Real World showed a tremendous change of gears to land the Listed bet365 Stakes under a joyous Marco Ghiani, with some of the team thinking he could prove to be Group 1 horse in waiting. Richard Hannon and Sean Levey both certainly had a Saturday to remember, with Happy Romance and Gubbass winning back-to-back races, with the latter extending his unbeaten record in taking fashion. Market Rasen was also host to some top-quality action at the weekend, with their ITV opener going the way of 40-1 winner Stonific. While this may have been a surprise to many, it certainly wasn't to Racing Post tipster Keith Melrose, who tipped up the horse on Friday's Postcast. The King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Qipco Stakes promises to be one of the races of the season, with Love set to battle it out with Epsom Derby winner, Adayar. The team give their thoughts and predictions for Saturday's Group 1 contest, as well as their best bets for the week.
David Jennings is joined by Keith Melrose and Graeme Rodway to preview the weekend's best ITV Racing action from Newbury and Market Rasen The panel also discuss the Juddmonte Irish Oaks at Curragh. Graeme believes that the well fancied favourite, Snowfall, may be beaten As well as all that, our expert tipsters will be providing their NAP for the weekend
- The team discuss the passing of breed-shaping sire Galileo - Ed Sackville on how he found the dams of Snow Lantern and Starman at the same session of the Goffs Orby Sale - Ed also shared insight into how he sources talent at the sales and how he helped formulate some Group 1-winning mating plans
Jack Reeve and Steve Palmer are back with another Sweet Spot episode. Both previewing the upcoming Open Championship, as well as a quick look at the Barbasol Championship. With Rahm leading as the clear market favourite, Steve analyses who can challenge him ahead of the tournament with all of his best valued selections. The team also give their views on the Scottish Open and the John Deere Classic, analysing who impressed as well as who underperformed. Steve gives us his biggest fancies for this week's tournaments, including other selections who could be worth backing at even better prices.
Maddy Playle is joined by Graeme Rodway and Tom Collins for a look back at the previous week's racing, including the July festival at Newmarket! The trio discuss Starman's impressive win in the feature race on Saturday the Darley July Cup where he beat Oxted and Dragon Symbol. Another impressive performance came in the form of topweight Motakhayyel who won the Bunbury Cup by three and a half lengths. Over at York on Saturday, Hukum won the John Smith's Silver Cup and Graeme believes it provides a boost for Wonderful Tonight, who beat Hukum in the Hardwicke Stakes at Royal Ascot. He fancies the filly to win again in the Arc in October. Along with a review of all the UK action, including Winter Power's eyecatching win, Tom discusses Bolshoi Ballet and Santa Barbara who were both winners Stateside under fine rides by Ryan Moore. The team finish the postcast by providing us with their best bets for the week ahead.
Bruce Millington is joined by Keith Melrose and David Jennings to preview the weekend's best ITV Racing action including the July Cup. Oxted is looking to follow up his Royal Ascot victory with a third Group 1 at the scene where he landed his first. The unfortunate Dragon Symbol and Ed Walker's Starman are in behind Cieren Fallon's mount in the betting for what looks to be an extremely competitive July Cup but who do our top tipsters like the look of? The panel also look at the other Saturday races on ITV including the Group 3 Silver Cup Stakes at York and the Group 2 Summer Mile Stakes at Ascot. To finish off the postcast, the team give us their weekend naps.
Bruce Millington is joined by Aidan Perkins, Dan Childs and Mark Langdon after a breathtaking night of football at Wembley Stadium, as the focus now turns to England vs. Italy in the final of Euro 2020. As well as their predictions and bets for Sunday's finale, the panel have also taken a look ahead at some outright tips for the return of domestic football, later this summer. 18+ #BeGambleAware
Bruce Millington and Steve Palmer are back with another Sweet Spot episode, this week previewing the upcoming Scottish Open and John Deere Classic. The team review last week's action which included wins for the Australian duo, Cameron Davis and Lucas Herbert. Bruce reveals a new Sweet Spot special that will be taking place on the final day of next week's Open and Steve gives an update on his little protégé at home.
Maddy Playle is joined by Tom Collins and Graeme Rodway for a look back at the weekend's racing and to discuss the stories stealing the headlines. The trio discuss the controversial photo-finish in the opener at Sandown on Saturday with faulty equipment the reason behind a dead-heat result between Hurricane Ivor and Phoenix Star. St Mark's Basilica won the big race of the weekend, the Coral-Eclipse, in fine style but do the panel think he's one of the best horses in Europe after that? The panel preview the upcoming week, including a mouthwatering Darley July Cup on Saturday which includes the likes of Oxted, Starman and Rohaan. Who do they like in the race?
Bruce Millington is joined by Keith Melrose and Tom Collins to preview the weekend's best ITV Racing action including the Coral-Eclipse. Just four runners go to post for the Coral-Eclipse at Sandown on Saturday with John and Thady Gosden's Mishriff heading the market. He's performed to the highest level overseas but can he produce the goods on home soil? The panel also look at the other Saturday races on ITV including the Lancashire Oaks at Haydock Park, in which Alpinista is currently the favourite with Mystery Angel and Dubai Fountain in behind. The team also give their weekend naps.
Jack Reeve is joined by Dan Childs and Bobbie Jackson to preview the Euro 2020 quarter-finals. England are now favourites to win the tournament after a historic win over Germany. Italy, Spain and Belgium all feature in this round, which of them should be most feared? As well as that, the panel provide their strongest bet of the round as well as a tip for the top scorer market where Cristiano Ronaldo tops the market. 18+ BeGambleAware
Bruce Millington and Steve Palmer are back with another Sweet Spot episode. Both previewing the upcoming Irish Open and the Rocket Mortgage Classic. The team also give their views on the Travelers Championship and the BMW International Open, analysing who impressed as well as who underperformed. Steve gives us his biggest fancies for this week's tournaments, including other selections who could be worth backing at even better prices.
Maddy Playle is joined by Lee Mottershead and Mark Boylan for a look back at the weekend's racing and to discuss the stories stealing the headlines. The trio discuss the ongoing issue of social media abuse after Jamie Osborne came out publicly to defend his daughter Saffie and kickstart a movement to clamp down on the unacceptable behaviour. Mahmood Al Zarooni's return to the training ranks was among the hot topics of the week after serving an eight-year ban for a doping scandal that stunned racing. The panel give their opinion on his return and what effects it may have. Charlie Appleby landed his second Derby of the year as Hurricane Lane got up late to defeat Lone Eagle by a neck in the Irish equivalent. What went wrong for hot favourite High Definition? Are Aidan O'Brien's horses underperforming this season? The panel dissect all the big talking points from Irish Derby day at the Curragh. Next up on the big-race schedule is the Coral-Eclipse and Maddy and co give their early thoughts on Sandown's summer showstopper before giving their naps of the week.
David Jennings is joined by Keith Melrose and Tom Collins to preview the weekend's best ITV Racing action including the Irish Derby. High Definition is the favourite for the 2021 Irish Derby but there is plenty of talent in behind including the likes of Mac Swiney, who bids to replicate his Irish 2,000 Guineas victory for Jim Bolger at the same track. Do our panel think the Aidan O'Brien-trained favourite is rock-solid or have they picked out a runner at a bigger price? The panel also look at the other Saturday races on ITV including the Northumberland Plate, in which Trueshan could go off favourite. Away from the British and Irish action, American racing expert Tom likes the look of two horses running in the States this weekend, while he and DJ have different views on Santa Barbara, who runs in the Pretty Polly Stakes on Sunday. The team also give their weekend naps.
Jack Reeve is joined by Joe Casey and Aidan Perkins to take a look at the Euro 2020 round of 16. England have a huge game to play as they welcome Germany to Wembley while Wales will go into the knockout stages with real confidence. As well as that, the panel discuss who they think will now go on and win the tournament. Are France still the team to beat or should Italy now be feared? 18+ BeGambleAware
Jack Reeve and Joe Champion are here with another Sweet Spot episode. Both previewing the upcoming Travelers Championship & the BMW International Open, as well as taking a look at the Women's PGA Championship. The team also give their views on the U.S. Open, analysing who impressed as well as who underperformed. Following his previous Sweet Spot winners, Joe gives us his biggest fancies for this week's tournaments, including other selections who could be worth backing at even better prices.
Maddy Playle, Lee Mottershead and Tom Collins reflect on a memorable Royal Ascot week. The team look back at all the big talking points including the Commonwealth Cup where Campanelle was awarded the race after a stewards' inquiry demoted Dragon Symbol who was first past the post. Do the panel think the right decision was made? Palace Pier won the Queen Anne Stakes on Tuesday but would he suit a step up in trip? And would he beat Poetic Flare, who was an impressive winner of the St. James's Palace Stakes, in the Sussex Stakes? Subjectivist won the Gold Cup for trainer Mark Johnston on the Thursday and the panel discuss his performance along with Stradivarius who could only manage fourth. Along with all the Royal Ascot discussion, the guys give their opinions on the proposal to extend the Cheltenham Festival to five days and each give a horse to watch out for this week.
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Bruce Millington is joined by Keith Melrose and Graeme Rodway for a look ahead to the final day of Royal Ascot. The trio preview all seven races shown live on ITV Racing, kicking off with the Chesham. Friday's racing was put at risk due to heavy rainfall so the team make sure to assess the credentials of all runners form on softer ground.The Group 2 Hardwicke Stakes looks an interesting battle but G-Rod thinks he's found the best bet of the meeting and Keith Melrose is in agreement.After picking out their fancies for each race at Royal Ascot they finish off with their NAPs of the day.
Jack Reeve is joined by Dan Childs and James Mason for a look at Euro 2020 so far and a view ahead to the upcoming fixtures. Both Dan and James have been impressed with France, Italy and Portugal so far while remaining cautiously optimistic surrounding England's chances. 18+ BeGambleAware