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Saturday Racing - Newmarket BetFred TV Stakes

The second race we'd like to preview this weekend is the 3:10 BetFred TV Stakes from Newmarket.

Running over one mile four furlongs, it promises a huge lineup of unexposed horses, any one of which could show strongly on the day.

Richard Fahey is sending down four horses, and Godolphin three more, in a field of twenty four. So which are the ones we think you should be on?

Current favourite is Battersea, and he looks to have the credentials to be a strong contender.

His form shows he's still improving, and he's run out winner in his last two events, both over the same distance as tomorrow's race.

This has been his first season proper, and it's hard to gauge how close to accurate the handicappers have now called him.

Nonetheless his form is spiking upwards, and we think he's well in with a chance of confirming it.

The best we've found him at is 7/1 over at Ladbrokes.

The horse on the racecard who looks intriguing to us is Sketchworth.

He's raced four times over increasing trips and with increasing success.

Two third place finishes over seven furlongs as Newmarket last year has progressed to wins over nine and ten furlongs at Hamilton Park and Redcar respectively.

This trip is another four furlongs on top of that, but the improvement so far has been dramatic and at his age there's every chance that he can stretch to the distance.

We've seen him as low as 11/1, but you can still pick him up for 14/1 over at BoyleSports.

Finally, Cinnilla has been consistently improving over this kind of distance.

Her last five races have all been over similar trips and have resulted, sequentially, in two fifths, a third, and two wins.

The last win has bumped her weight dramatically, but the win was so convincing we're sure this won't be too great a drag for her to overcome.

The best odds we've found on her were at ToteSport, who are offering a very tempting 25/1.

She's considered to be a long shot for this one, so you might prefer to take her each way, but frankly we think we're seeing a very good horse priced longer than she deserves.

Saturday Racing - Newmarket Cesarewitch Handicap

This weekend we're getting excited for the 3:50 Betfred Cesarewitch Heritage Handicap at Newmarket.

With thirty four horses getting ready to set off over the challenging two miles and two furlongs, it's going to be harder than ever to predict who might be there come the finish.

Nonetheless we've put in the work to examine the field and pick out those who we think might stand the best chances of victory.

Irish five year old Quick Jack is the current bookies favourite, and with his current run of form he's absolutely one to watch.

His last three races were over sixteen furlongs, two short of tomorrow's distance, but he took excellent wins in two of them and placed third in the other.

Both of those victories were in large fields, though none as large as this one, and both saw him coming from further back to win.

If the going is good tomorrow, as seems likely, we think it would be foolish not to have him in mind for the victory.

We've seen him as short as 5/1, but if you head to BetFred you can get him at a much tastier 7/1.

Looking further down the listings the next horse to stand out to us is Nearly Caught.

He's relatively unexposed compared to most of the runners, and although the word is that he's not an easy horse in training, there is enough to suggest that he has potential to improve.

His best recent result came over sixteen furlongs, which bodes well for this long trip, so our only concern is whether he will adapt well to the large field.

His form implies that he doesn't enjoy a large field race, but we think there's hope for him yet and he's one we'll be watching closely.

His odds vary, but the best we've seen are 16/1 over at ToteSport.

Finally, just a little further down the racecard, we find our third pick: Rhombus.

He has done well over sixteen furlongs previously, just missing out on placing in a race at York after being held up at the rear, and placing at Goodwood a year previously.

His last two races were both at Newmarket, and he took the laurels in both, beating a nearly odds-on favourite over a similar trip to this.

It's affected his weights a little, but he seems to get along with his talented apprentice jockey Cam Hardie and the combination could be dynamite tomorrow.

Again, we don't know how he'll react to the large field, but he's done everything to suggest he's worth a punt.

We've seen him as short as 14/1, but if you head to Coral you can pick him up at a whopping 25/1 for the win.

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