Epsom Standout – Free Tip. While we will need a bit of luck in running, I like this bet a lot. We are making a total of 6 picks today, and you can get them and a full month for €100. 

SAVE 50% (today only) – One full month of RACING TIPS for €100 – this is your chance admin@betting-analyst.com.

YOUTUBE VIDEO – We have close to 90,000 views on PRO GAMBLER – HOW TO WIN AT HORSE RACING (Golden rules). When you are ready to learn & earn – here is the link.



1:40 HODLER 5/1

A look at the betting suggests this is a tight-knit handicap. Nevertheless, I feel like it’s easy to eliminate half the runners, and that’s where I will start!

OSTILO knows how to win and he managed to do that last time out. However, his best form is on a flat track and he’s best at a mile.

BEAUTY CHOICE hasn’t won for two years and 13 races. Also, William Jarvis’s 5-year-old was a beaten favourite in five of those races, and he’s better at 6F.

To win this race, SIR TITAN would need to get a soft lead. With thirteen runners, it’s hard to imagine him getting his own way.

As for ARTICIAN, he’s dropped to an interesting handicap mark. On the downside, his best form is on the all-weather surface and he’s yet to win on turf.

COLD STARE usually comes good and wins a race, it’s just that his last run was bad and 6F would suit him better.

If consenting MARLAY PARK would have a big chance. Unfortunately, Jim Boyle’s charge is becoming increasingly difficult and I prefer to look elsewhere.

One that usually runs well at Epsom is LORD RAPSCALLION. For the most part, the 6-year-old is consistent and he can be relied on to place. The downside with this fella is he doesn’t make a habit out of winning, and carrying topweight won’t help,

Although he will need to do better than last time, one with a definite chance is ELSALS. The 3-year-old has scope to improve, and a mark of 79 is fair enough. Benoit De La Sayette is a great value-claiming jockey, and he’s riding a runner who is proven over on the soft ground. However, my main worry for him is this different type of track, and he comes from a yard struggling for winners.

Consequently, I am recommending another three-year-old in HODLER. The well-bred gelding will get the strong pace he needs, and his last winning jockey is back in the saddle. Furthermore, he’s proven himself on an undulating track, and soft ground should be fine.

If Ryan Sexton can get the SEA THE MOON son settled, his turn of foot should be too much for the opposition.