Horse Racing Tips : WA Wednesday 24th March 2021

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Our Ascot Horse Racing Tips for Wednesday’s meeting.

Kaptain Kaos (Ascot Race 8 No. 5)
This three-year-old Demerit gelding has one win and two places from four starts. At the end of last campaign he faded in the final 150m for 2.75 lengths 6th over 1200m at Bunbury on 20 December. He resumed for a 2.07 length win over 1200m at Bunbury on 11 March where he had the best final 400m of the meeting. With the inside barrier and Chris Parnham aboard he looks perfectly placed to win again.


Each Way

Carabinier (Ascot Race 5 No. 3):
This four-year-old gelding trained by Paul Jordan at Ascot has raced 17 times for three wins and two places. Last campaign he struggled in the straight for 10.7 lengths 14th over 1400m at Ascot on 7 November, then was slowly away and finished 5.19 lengths 7th over 1300m at Northam on 19 November. He resumes here from a 17 week spell and won a recent trial at Belmont. Last campaign he won first-up last campaign and goes well fresh. He is worth an each-way bet.


Best Lay

Great Waters (Ascot Race 7 No. 1):
This four-year-old Dundeel gelding has three wins and three places from 14 starts and is the early favourite in this Class 3 Handicap over 1600m. He battled evenly for 3.7 lengths 7th over 2200m at Ascot on 21 November, then finished 5.98 lengths 7th over 2200m at Ascot on 5 December. Resuming from a 15 week break he looks a risk with the big weight and a wide draw.


Race 1

3 Divine Pair
1 Savage One
4 How’s The Serenity
2 Strike

Race 2

6 Flying Missile
1 Secret Lair
8 Plemont
3 Elite Fighter

Race 3

1 Almaher Man
9 Electric Rose
3 Ain’t No Other Man
2 Warpipes

Race 4

3 Missile
7 Let’s Cut Loose
5 Famous Jurney
6 Flicka’s Chance

Race 5

2 Beau Zoom
5 Classic Magnus
3 Carabinier
8 Zaalah

Race 6

5 Fiery Water
8 City Circle
4 Super Ex
1 Danny George

Race 7

5 Daring Soleil
9 Street Fair
1 Great Waters
6 Koranis

Race 8

5 Kaptain Kaos (BB)
2 Holy Ghost
1 Prevailing Winds
4 Hot Technique

Race 9

4 Go It Alone
2 Crezee
3 Final Chill
6 Frequent Friar

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