Who’ll win at York Races? Tips for the John Smith’s Cup meeting, Day 2

Are you up for the cup? Photograph: York Racecourse
10 Jul 2015 @ 10.06 am
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The tipsters’ table, York Races, Saturday, July 11, 2015

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

Tipster/ raceDick TurpinRacing PostMirrorTimesThe GuardianDaily MailAt The RacesGG.com
1.45BirdmanGabrial's KakaMusaddasYou're FiredBirdmanMusaddasBasateenMusaddas
2.20AstronereusFamous KidFamous KidMontefeltroFamous KidDashing StarAstronereusAstronereus
2.55Cotai GloryTake CoverOut DoOut DoOut DoOut DoCotai GloryOut Do
3.25First Flight (nb)Ajman BridgeFirst FlightEducate (nb)Sennockian StarFirst Flight (nb)First FlightArab Dawn
4.00Husbandry (Nap)HusbandryHusbandryHusbandryPapa LuigiHusbandryHusbandryHusbandry
4.35Knightly EscapadeWilliam Of OrangeSaved By The BellGrumetiEshtiaalSpectatorKnightly EscapadeWilliam Of Orange
5.10ShawaahidShanghai GloryShanghai GloryShawaahidShawaahidFrenchShawaahidShawaahid

Hi folks, YorkMix tipster Turpin here, at your service.

After a great first day of the John Smith’s meeting – three winners tipped, and some healthy placed selections too – I reckon we are in just the right form to really smash those bookies today.

Nap today is Husbandry in the fifth (4.00), something of a no-brainer for those who witnessed his close defeat at Salisbury; there is much more to come.

Surely the Andrew Balding colt has the class to defeat this field.

If you follow Kevin Ryan, who has a remarkable record in this 6-furlong event, you’ll be tempted by his very costly newcomer, Mont Kiara.

Watch the betting market closely for clues. It should be between those two. A forecast bet may be the solution.

The main event, the John Smith’s Cup (3.25), sees Luca Cumani and William Haggas each fielding two, with our own Mark Johnston having a three-horse entry.

But Turpin turns to the canny Saeed Bin Suroor to deliver the goods at a cracking price with First Flight. He is the win selection, but should represent good each-way value too.

We didn’t see the best of him stuck behind Mahsoob at Royal Ascot. But Knavesmire’s galloping track should be ideal and we are optimistic of a huge result on the biggest day of the year so far…

Who knows? Turpin may even do well enough to give up this highwayman lark.

Turpin’s tips

1.45

Win: Birdman
Place: Musaddas
Longshot: Alfred Hutchinson

2.20

Win: Astronereus
Place: Famous Kid
Longshot: Montefeltro

2.55

Win: Cotai Glory
Place: Out Do
Longshot: Kingsgate Native

3.25

Win: First Flight (n.b.)
Place: Mount Logan
Longshot: Voice Of A Leader

4.00

Win: Husbandry (Nap)
Place: Mont Kiara
Longshot: Sunnyside Bob

4.35

Win: Knightly Escapade
Place: William Of Orange
Longshot: Spectator

1.45

Win: Shawaahid
Place: Shanghai Glory
Longshot: Bint Aldar


From July 10, 2015

Who’ll win at York Races? Tips for the John Smith’s Cup meeting, Day 1

The tipsters’ table, York Races, Friday, July 10, 2015

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

Tipster/ raceDick TurpinRacing PostSunMirrorThe GuardianDaily MailAt The RacesGG.comTelegraphTimes
1.45AjayaAjayaAjayaAjayaAjayaAjayaAjayaAjayaAjaya (nb)Ajaya
2.20Lydia's PlaceRavenhoeAlizoomRavenhoeFashionable SpiritLydia’s PlaceWedgeWedgeLydia’s PlaceRavenhoe
2.55InterceptionInterceptionNew ProvidenceNew ProvidenceInterceptionLucky KristaleInterceptionInterceptionLucky KristaleSpinatrix
3.25MarmionChanceryMighty YarChanceryFirst Sitting (nb)First SittingCurbyourenthusiasmCurbyourenthusiasmMarmionGabrial’s King
4.00Bogart (nb)BogartFree ZoneBogartSteelriverKimberellaBogartMaster BondSteelriverKimberella
4.35BarreeshRibbleheadMustadaamRibbleheadCorreggioRibblehead (nb)BarreeshBarreeshCorreggioCadeau Magnifique
5.10SprytSakhee's ReturnSprytSprytSakhee’s ReturnSakhee’s Return (nap)SprytSakhee’s ReturnSprytBillyoakes

It’s day one of the two-day John Smith’s Cup meeting at Knavesmire, and YorkMix tipster Dick Turpin has been hard at work gleaning that essential insider information to help you bash the bookies…

In the first (1.45), it is hard to oppose Ajaya, the likely short-priced favourite, following his impressive showing in last month’s Norfolk Stakes.

But there is a strong Middleham whisper for Mark Johnston’s Irish-bred newcomer Powderhorn.

The fillies Summer Stakes (2.55), a Group 3 contest, promises to answer several questions.

Was Interception‘s brilliant Wokingham win just a flash in the pan? Will Kiyoshi, also on a mark of 110, be able to recapture her 2013 Royal Ascot form?

Might Spinatrix or Newsletter spring a surprise at longish odds?

Turpin has no doubt: the answer to those questions will be delivered by the Baker-Lanigan team when Interception powers home to land his Nap selection.

The Ryan team’s Bogart (4.00), is a previous Knavesmire winner, and is Turpin’s ‘next best’ selection.

Turpin’s tips

1.45

Win: Ajaya
Place: Powderhorn
Longshot: Top Of The Bank

2.20

Win: Lydia’s Place
Place: Wedge
Longshot: Fashionable Spirit

2.55

Win: Interception (Nap)
Place: Kiyoshi
Longshot: Newsletter

2.55

Win: Marmion
Place: Curbyourenthusiasm
Longshot: First Sitting

4.00

Win: Bogart (n.b.)
Place: Master Bond
Longshot: Top Boy

4.35

Win: Barreesh
Place: Arcano Gold
Longshot: Berlusca

5.10

Win: Spryt
Place: Sakhee’s Return
Longshot: Billyoakes