We have expert betting tips for the card this Saturday at Ascot that features eight quality betting races.
The A.T.A Stakes is the feature race on the card and punters are getting good value throughout the day.
We have picked out our best bets in Perth this Saturday.
Ascot horse racing tips
Race 1. (15:42) Better Your Bet Plate (1400m)
#4 – Special Beau – Bet Now
It’s tough to overlook a Williams-trained runner with William Pike in the saddle.
The three-year-old gelding was a maiden winner at Bunbury in November before running two poor races since.
However, he’s going to find this much easier than the Lee Steere Stakes and the son of Brazen Beau looks a good chance here.
Race 2. (16:22) Amelia Park Plate (1100m)
#1 – Prim and Proper – Bet Now
The three-year-old filly is a two-time winner with two second placings and her trial form has been excellent for this.
He has consecutive trial wins at Bunbury in preparation and from barrier three, she’s going to be tough to beat.
The daughter of Alfred Nobel is unbeaten second up but she can find form in a fresh state.
Race 3. (17:02) Craig Hosie Birthday BM72 (1600m)
#2 – Not To Be Mist – Bet Now
Adam Durrant lines up the four-year-old gelding that has rattled off three consecutive wins coming into this race.
The four-year-old gelding scored as the short-priced favourite at Ascot last start and looks a good chance of repeat that effort.
Her record consists of six wins from nine starts and from barrier one, she’s going to be awfully tough to hold out.
Race 4. (17:42) Western Racepix BM78 (1200m)
#4 – Dance Music – Bet Now
Dance Music is a six-time winner from 11 starts and despite not winning this campaign, she’s overdue.
The four-year-old mare won her first six of seven starts before notching three consecutive placings coming into this.
Drawing the inside barrier is ideal and we’re expecting her to get back to winning form here, despite it being a tough field.
Race 5. (18:20) D’orsogna BM66 (1400m)
#3 – Mankind – Bet Now
Mankind has finished in the money in nine of his 18 starts and although beaten last start, he should have fitter now.
The four-year-old gelding has good form on this track and drawing barrier two is going to give him a good chance of winning.
Punters should be getting each-way odds from bookmakers and the claimer in the saddle is going to help.
Race 6. (18:55) Quayclean 1MW (1100m)
#8 – State Attorney – Bet Now
State Attorney showed good early speed last campaign and could do the same again here.
The Durrant-trained gelding has four placings from four starts fresh, which is a good record.
He has finished in the money in 10 of his 14 starts and he comes into this having scored a trial win at Lark Hill.
Jockey William Pike will drive the odds down, but punters will be confident with his chances.
Race 7. (19:30) A.T.A Stakes (2200m)
#7 – Prince Turbo – Bet Now
Prince Turbo rattled off three consecutive wins before running second last time out.
The six-year-old is a five-time winner from 15 starts and with an additional five placings, he’s going to be tough to hold out.
Clint Johnston-Porter takes the ride at a light weight and he should be competitive against a good field.
Race 8. (20:05) Crown Perth 1MW (1800m)
#7 – Baramagic – Bet Now
Baramagic has placed three times from four starts this campaign and he ran well for third at Ascot last start.
He’s a four-year-old by Blackfrairs that has only one win from nine starts, but he also has four placings.
Punters should be getting good odds in the last and he looks a good chance with only 56kg and Brad Parnham in the saddle.