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Our Ascot Horse Racing Tips for Wednesday’s meeting.

Treasured Star (Ascot Race 6 No. 13)
This three-year-old Toronado filly trained by Grant & Alana Williams has one win and one place from her two starts. On debut she worked home strongly on the heavy track to finish 2nd over 1200m at Belmont on 28 July, then had an eight week let-up. She won by an easy 1.8 length margin over 1100m at Northam on 27 September, where she was eased down late. Looks well-placed here and should win.


Each Way

Cross Statement (Ascot Race 8 No. 1):
This four-year-old Press Statement gelding trained by Jim Taylor has one win and three places from six starts. He finished 4.5 lengths 3rd on heavy going over 1200m at Belmont on 10 July, then steadily faded for 7.5 lengths 8th on heavy going over 1200m at Belmont on 21 July. Resumes from a let-up and looks worth an each-way wager.


Best Lay

Beanie (Ascot Race 4 No. 1):
This six-year-old Helmet gelding has three wins and eight places from 27 starts and is the early favourite in this Class 3 Handicap over 1600m. He chased solidly for 1.2 lengths 2nd over 1400m at Belmont on 22 September, then just won over 1300m at Northam on 3 October.  Hasn’t won in four previous starts at Ascot and offers no value here.


Race 1

3 Buzzoom
6 Noble Born
1 Green And Shady
5 English Bay

Race 2

4 Beloved Star
6 Mahaleo
3 I Can See Clara 
1 Gold Friars

Race 3

9 I’m A Dreamer
3 Hear Me
10 Aztec Gold
12 Testifying

Race 4

4 Zadar Rock
2 Savanik
1 Beanie
5 Jadavi

Race 5

2 Antique Jewel
5 Prince Of Guelph
6 There’s A Thought
1 Mong Khon

Race 6

13 Treasured Star (BB)
4 Storm Commander
2 Love Drunk Baby
12 Safety Fuse

Race 7

8 Standout Rose
2 Gates Of Babylon
3 Moet De Vega
5 Enticing

Race 8

10 Mystery Moment
12 Rebelzone
1 Cross Statement
2 Mercanto 

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