Matt Chapman tips: Each way glory galore awaits us at Ascot and Doncaster on a MASSIVE day of racing

IT is yet another massive Saturday of action.

They come thick and fast this time of year, do they not?

I'll be part of the ITV action – 1-4pm on ITV4 – for all the coverage from Ascot.

The first race we'll bring you from there will be the 1.50 – with a couple of juicy contests thrown in from Doncaster too for good measure.

But of course, all you really want to know is who to back.

Well, here we go – good luck!

1.50 Ascot

Diego Du Charmil – each way

Paul Nicholls and Harry Cobden can combine nicely here at a decent price.

Most read in Horse Racing

'PAIN TO THE MAX'

Jockey shows excruciating lengths he goes to not to be in 'constant pain'

FIVER FLUTTER

This 7-1 Ascot shot bumped into smart rival last time and can go one better

SUPER £60

Horse Racing free bets: Get £60 in FREE BETS on racing with Paddy Power offer

TEMPLEGATE'S TIPS

Templegate NAPS horse who was desperate second at Cheltenham last time

2.05 Haydock

Boss Man Fred – each way

Dan Skelton can strike again.

2.25 Ascot

Thyme Hill – nap

Arguably the top staying hurdler in Europe and write off his flop in France.

2.40 Haydock

Sam's Adventure – each way

Another at a price who can run well for Henry Brooke, who seems to be banging in a few decent price winners lately.

3.00 Ascot

Cloth Cap – each way

Jonjo O'Neill Jr can land a winner for his old man and the late Trevor Hemmings.

3.35 Ascot

Luttrell Lad – each way

I think anywhere around 9s is a good price for this horse who gets on so well with Tom O'Brien.

FREE BETS GET OVER £2,000 IN SIGN UP OFFERS HERE

Commercial content notice: Taking one of the bookmaker offers featured in this article may result in a payment to The Sun. 18+. T&Cs apply. Begambleaware.org

Remember to gamble responsibly

A responsible gambler is someone who:

  • Establishes time and monetary limits before playing
  • Only gambles with money they can afford to lose
  • Never chases their losses
  • Doesn’t gamble if they’re upset, angry or depressed
  • Gamcare – www.gamcare.org.uk
  • Gamble Aware – www.begambleaware.org

    Source: Read Full Article