The tipsters’ table, York Races, Saturday, August 25, 2018

Who's tipping what: scroll horizontally to see all the picks

Tipster/ raceDick TurpinSunDaily MailTimesTelegraphGuardianSporting LifeAt The
1.50Lord GlittersMustashry (treble)MustashryThreadingSeniorityLord GlittersLord GlittersLord GlittersLord Glitters
2.25Making MiraclesSupernovaMaking MiraclesCoolongolookShuhoodSupernova (nap)Heart Of GraceHeart Of GraceMaking Miracles
3.00Expert Eye (nb)Expert Eye (nap)SuedoisExpert EyeExpert EyeExpert EyeExpert EyeExpert EyeExpert Eye
3.40Stratum (nap)Dylan MouthCrowned Eagle (nap)Crowned EagleTeodoroBlakeney Point (nb)Blakeney Point (nap)NakeetaBlakeney Point
4.15Well Done FoxSabreSabreChapelliVintage BrutChapelliSabreSabreSabre
4.50PivoineExhortPivoineThomas Cranmer (nap)Society RedThomas CranmerKings GiftAlfarrisCommunique
5.20Marnie JamesRoundhay ParkSavalas (nb)Eeh Bah GumSavalasRoundhay ParkBengali BoysRoundhay ParkMarnie James

It’s Sky Bet Ebor Saturday, where the feature contest for four year olds and upwards becomes the joint richest flat handicap in Europe with prize money of £500,000.

But will you make any money? Here’s where your cash should go according to YorkMix tipster Dick Turpin…

Today’s feature race, the Sky Bet Ebor (3.40) attracts the cream of Britain’s middle-distance handicappers in an intriguing contest, Turpin writes.

There are positives and negatives hanging over all the leading candidates: Weekender (Dettori aboard, but can the Frankel colt defy top weight, a tall order); Blakeney Point (last season’s promise hasn’t yet materialised, and the gelding is now back up in trip, but could the addition of blinkers be the answer; Crowned Eagle (a switch in stables has worked wonders, but has he hit his peak, might not be quite good enough); Sea The Lion (hard to believe, but this seven-year-old continues to improve, but has the handicapper hit him too hard with an 11lb rise for his latest Curragh victory).

And so it goes on for the likes of Whiskey Sour, Nakeeta and Teodoro. And the selection is… Stratum. Willie Mullins’ five-year-old appears to have all the stamina credentials.

Proven at the distance (won a big Newbury handicap over 16.5f) when application of the hood seemed to do the trick. An 8lb rise for that victory still leaves the gelding at the bottom of this handicap, a full 10lb below the top rated entrants.

Turpin would normally say this race is best watched and enjoyed from the stands rather than in the betting ring. But this is the Ebor – and different rules apply. It’s time to plunge. Stratum for me!

Turpin’s tips


Win: Lord Glitters
Place: Zaaki
Longshot: Threading


Win: Making Miracles
Place: Supernova
Longshot: Berkshire Blue


Win: Expert Eye (nb)
Place: Suedois
Longshot: Arbalet


Win: Stratum (nap)
Place: Crowned Eagle
Longshot: Dylan Mouth


Win: Well Done Fox
Place: Chapelli
Longshot: I Believe In You


Win: Pivoine
Place: Communique
Longshot: Society Red


Win: Marnie James
Place: Roundhay Park
Longshot: Fool For You