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The Best Horse Racing Tips for Haydock & Salisbury on Thursday

Haydock’s three-day Betfair Sprint Cup meeting gets underway on Thursday afternoon. We will provide a Horse Racing tip, preview and prediction for their Class 2 handicap at 4.55pm.

Further south at Salisbury, the Wiltshire racecourse stages the best Horse Racing action of the day and we will supply tips for two races on the card, those taking place at 2.35pm and 3.05pm.

Our Tip for the 2.35 at Salisbury:

An open renewal of this Group 3 juvenile contest in which all 12 runners have recorded at least one victory to date. First and third respectively in Newbury’s Listed St Hugh’s Stakes, Tardis and Delmona are the two highest rated contenders and have obvious claims. However, the race contains several unexposed runners and that may be where the value lies.

The Queen’s Intelligentsia made a winning debut for trainer Richard Hughes at Newbury back in July and looks an exciting prospect. But it is the well-bred Frankel filly Perfect News who appeals most of those with one or two runs to their name.

The mount of Tom Marquand, following a promising debut second at Yarmouth a month ago, still looked very green when justifying favouritism in a Carlisle maiden two weeks later.

William Haggas’s charge will need to improve significantly on those two efforts if she is to take this Group 3 contest but has unlimited potential and is a filly worth following with the future in mind.

Our Tip for the 3.05pm at Salisbury:

Northern raider Improvised just failed to land the four-timer when beating all bar the promising Sweet Enough at York’s Ebor meeting recently and is likely to prove a tough nut to crack once again despite racing off a 3lb higher mark.

Kieran Shoemark’s mount may struggle to concede the weight to the Rod Millman pair of Crazy Love and Silent Flame at the bottom of the handicap however, with preference for the former who has finished outside of the first three only once in her last six starts.

The daughter of Twilight Son won races at Chester and Newbury earlier in the season and only just lost out by a neck at Ascot’s Shergar Cup meeting on her most recent start. The mount of John Egan still looks on a fair mark of 80 and with conditions to suit is fancied to go close.

Our Tip for the 4.55pm at Haydock:

Despite having to concede weight to his four rivals, the Simon & Ed Crisford-trained Without A Fight should open his account for the season, the gelding’s first run in a handicap since taking this contest 12 months ago.

The son of Teofilo has faced some impossible tasks in Group company this year against the likes of Al Aasy, Albaflora, and on his most recent start when finishing a six length fourth behind the 114-rated Hukum at Newbury.

The mount of Adam Kirby should appreciate this big drop in class and prove too good for his rivals, the best of which may be the Mark Johnston-trained Living Legend who ran a promising race at Newmarket last week, the five-year-old’s first outing for 841 days.

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