Three Tips for British Flat Season

With the Cheltenham Festival over for another year, attention now turns to the Flat season. We’ve looked at some of the major races over the summer and come up with the best bets for the campaign.

Baaeed To Win Lockinge – 4/7

William Haggas has revealed that he plans to run Baaeed in the Lockinge Stakes at Newbury in what will be the unbeaten colt’s first appearance of 2022. Last season’s Queen Elizabeth II Stakes winner is the 4/7 favourite to get off to a winning start to the campaign.

Baaeed showed exactly how good he was when he defeated Palace Pier at Ascot. John and Thady Gosden’s runner has consistently been the best miler in Europe over the last couple of seasons, so to get the better of the horse was a huge achievement.

In what will be his four-year-old campaign, we could see even more from Baaeed this season. All the leading 1m races will be on the table for him. It is going to take a big performance to stop him in each of those races.

Manobo To Win Ascot Gold Cup – 5/1

Charlie Appleby’s gelding Manobo has had a lot of international success over the last couple of years. He was victorious on Arc weekend in the Grade Two Prix Chaudenay back in October. More recently, he broke the track record at Meydan to win the Nad Al Sheba Trophy.

The Ascot Gold Cup is likely to be the main target during the summer as he switches back to turf. He is 5/1 in the betting for that 2m4f contest at Royal Ascot. For advice on how to place your bet on the race, research some site to learn how to bet successfully on sportsbook and give you all the pointers you need, including where to find a free bet to use on the meeting.

Manobo is the joint-favourite for the Ascot Gold Cup along with Trueshan. As talented as Alan King’s runner is, he is ground dependent. He missed the race last year as he did not get the rain he needed. This makes Manobo a much better prospect at the latest odds.

Golden Pal to Win King’s Stand Stakes – 4/1

US-based trainer Wesley Ward has had a lot of success in the sprint races at Royal Ascot over the last two decades. He looks set to be targeting the King’s Stand Stakes this year with his very talented sprinter Golden Pal.

The four-year-old colt finished second in the Norfolk Stakes in 2020 at the meeting. He came home just a neck behind The Lir Jet on what was just the second start of his career. Since then, he has developed into one of the fastest horses in the world.

Last season Golden Pal won three of his four starts on the track. He prevailed at Saratoga, Keeneland and Del Mar, the latter being the Grade One Breeders’ Cup Turf Sprint. That race featured some of the best sprinters from Europe, so it was a strong test for him.

Ward’s runner is 4/1 to prevail in the day one contest at Royal Ascot in 2022. He looks the one they will all have to beat as he bids to go one place better on his second shot at glory at the meeting.

Good luck with the three above bets this Flat season. Remember to gamble with responsibility. Hopefully, the campaign ends as a successful one for you.




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