Saturday Horse Racing : Sandown, Chester & Beverley cards live streaming as Kingman goes in Solario Stakes

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There is a busy day of racing taking place on Saturday and a number of big races come from Sandown Park, Chester and Beverley.

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At Sandown, we’re focusing on four races and the first of them will be the Betfred Goals Galore Handicap, which is a five furlong encounter open to horses aged three-years-old.

There are 16 runners for this one, so it is going to be a tough race to predict, but there’s plenty of value out there for the punters.

Sir Michael Stoute’s Mission Approved is being tipped as the 4/1 favourite here and that’s not much of a surprise as he has Ryan Moore on board tomorrow and has managed a win at Lingfield earlier in the year. He was last seen finishing third here at Sandown, so knows all about the course and a slight improvement is sure to see him come out on top.

Richard Hughes partners O’Gorman and at 11/2, he could be good value here. Joe Packet and Burning Thread are both at 7/1, with Tidal’s Baby available at 8/1. There could be some each-way value in Sir Maximillian at 16/1.

It should be a cracker to get us underway.

We then have the Betfred Mobile Solario Stakes, which is a Group 3 race open to two-year-olds. It is held over seven furlongs and there are just four runners right now.

Beating the impressive Kingman is going to be tough as he is at 4/9 and looks to have the quality needed to come out on top.

However, the Godolphin Pair of Music Theory and Emirates Flyer – who are at 3/1 and 13/2 respectively – could cause a bit of an upset here. Rosso Corsa completed the field at 33/1.

Then we have the Thoroughbred Breeders’ Association Atalanta Stakes, which is open to fillies three and over. There are eleven runners for this one mile trip and Integral is the current favourite at 6/4.

The favourite is set to do battle with Zibelina though as this filly is at 11/4.

The rest of the field – which includes Lady’s First and Zurigha – can be backed at 9/1 and over. With Stoute and Moore pairing up on Integral though, we think she’ll have what it takes in this one.

There is a busy day at Chester as well and the first encounter is the Minstrell Recruitment Handicap.

There are twelve runners for this five furlong sprint and we think there’s some value on Addictive Dream at 12/1.

The Crabbie’s Alcoholic Ginger Beer Handicap is the second race from Chester and this is a seven furlong race with 14 runners.

We have plenty of quality in this one, but Top Notch Tonto and Brae Hill might just be the strongest two.

The final race to look at from Chester is the Golden Square Shopping Centre Chester Stakes. This encounter is a Listed Handicap and there are ten runners here.

William Haggas’ Sun Central is the 11/4 favourite and after a win at York, this horse is going to be tough to beat. Star Lahib and Tempest Fugit could be involved as well.

At Beverley, the big race is the Betfred Bullet Sprint Stakes and many will be interested to see if York Glory returns to form here.

It should be a superb day of action.

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