Ebor Festival Day 3 ITV Racing Tips & Betting Preview

On to a change of bundles at York, and hopefully day three. Filip Minarik made himself too much to do out his time in Ascot, MANDARIN (best cost 8-1) came from the back to narrowly lose out to Indianapolis. There were plenty of positives to take in the conclusion earlier in the month, also there’s great reason to think he could reverse the kind.
I think I would rather opt with all the 8/13??on DEE EX BEE (without Stradivarius) compared to favorite at 1/2. Crackers together with the points as I am not to going crazy on odds-on shots, but I do think if you want to bet on the race this is a option that is fairly decent.
THREAT (best price 15-8) very impressed when completing in behind Arizona in Ascot. He followed that streak up dropping out to Golden Horde. In spite of this horse probably needing a step up in trip, he is definitely the one.
Another that looks a fantastic each-way option from the race is DUBAI STATION (best price 12-1). He had been last seen finishing third in Deauville, but finished behind some decent horses. The winner Earthlight has since gone on to beat against the likes or Raffle Prize, A’Ali and Arizona. Where he narrowly missing out to the Oh Purple Reign he has ran on testing ground pretty much every run. An runner who may spring a surprise.
I have to be among the few folks to be backing BATTAASH (best cost 5-2) in this mouthwatering showdown. There is not any denying that the skill of Ten Sovereigns and it’s most likely the favorite given the variant of Battaash at the track. However, I think much was made of that, and also well this year has conducted, just being beaten by Blue Point. Conditions both match and the trip, and I’m surprised the cost is so big for such a top quality horse.
Mums Tipple has ruined a few horses’ cost following that screen on day two. Given Richard Hannon’s horse only beat MOLATHAM (best cost 2-1) with a length last time out, it would be very tough to oppose the two-year-old. Mr Kikki finished when Molatham took on Mums Tipple. Among those Mark Johnston horses may spring a surprise in this race.
I have been really impressed by SEDUCTIVE MOMENT (best price 17-2) and I have the feeling there is more to come from the three-year-old. He had been mightily impressive when winning at Newmarket, and the form of the last few races has worked well. Together with bookies offering six places, the 17/2 as an punt’m snapping up.
DOUBLE: Molatham & Seductive Moment @ 27/1

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