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DAILY LUCKY 15: Saturday’s Tips | Warwick & Ascot

Our best bets ahead of the action at Warwick and Ascot on Saturday

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C74FX3 The grandstand at Warwick Racecourse in Warwickshire England where horse racing has taken place for over 200 years. Image shot 2010. Exact date unknown.

This weekend’s focus kickstarts with Saturday’s cards at Ascot and Warwick.

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D8G2CH Ascot Racecourse stand, Berkshire, England, United Kingdom.
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Our profit across the last two days from £45 (£1 per bet) in stakes has been £51.60.

Ascot
Dreamloper (1:55pm) [Reece’s Pick] & Sunset Breeze (3:40pm) [Dom’s Pick]

Ed Walker’s Dreamloper won over course-and-distance off a 6lbs higher mark in September and had a nice pipe opener at Haydock last month.

She’s under the stewardship of Tom Marquand on Saturday, wearing a hood for the first time, and is taken to get back to winning ways.

Group One winning pilot Tom Marquand takes the ride aboard Dreamloper at Ascot on Saturday

Sunset Breeze, on the other hand, ran a cracker here in a handicap nine months ago, getting beat a neck by a horse who won a Newmarket contest off a mark of 91 this year.

The selection could be well handicapped on that merit and the form from his Doncaster effort is working out fairly well too.

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Warwick
Erne River (5:12pm) [Reece’s Pick] & Garry Clermont (7:20pm) [Dom’s Pick]

The opening contest can go to Nick Kent’s Erne River who won with ease at Doncaster last time out and looks the one to beat here.

A former pointer, he once finished ahead of Listed winner Minella Drama in a start between the flags and could have more to offer under rules.

We’re backing Jonjo O’Neill’s charge to land the win in the 7:20pm at Warwick

Later in the fixture, a chance is taken on Jonjo O’Neill’s Garry Clermont who didn’t fire over fences but returned to timber with a decent effort at Newbury last time.

His form as a novice with Dan Skelton’s Langer Dan, who won the Imperial Cup and finished second behind a Grade 1 winner in the Martin Pipe, reads like a good form line and experience could count for plenty in this field.

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