Ascot Veterans Race: Strong Bet. We have five bets lined up for today, and as a birthday (mine) present I’m happy to share the others with anybody who wants them. Our racing form continues to be strong (2 winners yesterday), and we are here to help you win!


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4:30 CERTAINLY RED 5/2 (11/4 VC)

Despite this being a veteran’s chase, all of the runners deserve respect for maintaining high ratings. 

The Paul Nicholls’ trained DIEGO DU CHARMIL is returning from a 692-day absence. While the 12-year-old is on a fair handicap mark, the distance following such a long absence is a worry!

I agree with the bookmakers that MAC TOTTIE should be the betting outsider. Whereas, LARRY needs to bounce back from a poor run last-time-out! 

First-time cheekpieces are being tried on BACK ON THE LASH. Martin Keighley’s 10-year-old is the winner of 9 from 28 races, it’s just that his last four runs suggest he’s got something to prove.

Tabatha Worsley won’t let down her mount RISK AND ROLL. However, despite receiving weight from the others, the son of NO RISK AT ALL will find this grade trying. 

If you want to talk prolific, TWO FOR GOLD is the winner of 11 from 28 races. If you are looking for a reason to bet on the Kim Bailey gelding, it would have to be winning this race last year. He went into that race following a poor run at the festival, and he’s now a pound lower. Nevertheless, my worry is he’s become a suspect jumper!

As for SAM BROWN, this 7 times winner is the class act. Also, he’s been running well, and if we go back three races he won a 39K race at Warwick. My concerns with the 12-year-old are carrying top weight and racing on ‘’good’’ ground. I could also point to his only run on this track finishing with a pulled-up!

While it’s hardly original, I can’t see further than CERTAINLY RED. Lydia Richards’ gelding goes best for Marc Goldstein, and his last win was from a higher mark than this! I’m not worried about the 12-year-old pulling up in his last race because it was on a left-handed track, and he’s better racing clockwise. The better ground and his 2nd at Sandown are positive factors!

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