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Ascot WA Tips December 14 - Best bets for Ascot horse racing on Saturday

Adam Cusworth in Free Tips 8 Dec 2019
  • 2 to 4 best bets for each Ascot meeting on Saturday.
  • Previous results included.

Perth’s Ascot Racecourse stages the feature racing in WA on Saturday and we pick out the best bets to be backing.

See our free weekly Ascot Tips below:

Ascot Tips - December 14

Check back on Friday to see our updated best bets.

Previous Tips:

December 7

After a couple of unplaced efforts to kick off his summer campaign, ARCADIA PRINCE looks poised to strike when he lines up in Race 7 of the day at Ascot, the Group 3 Scahill Stakes. The Adam Durrant-trained galloper resumed in the Lee Steere Stakes (1400m) back on November 9 and was clearly underdone after almost a year off the scene, finishing last to Star Exhibit. He then stepped out on November 23 and worked home very well in the closing stages to finish 4th, just under a length from Uni Time in the Carbine Club (1400m). Last year, he rose through the grades, winning four out of five, including this race. He has drawn ideally in barrier 3 with Damien Oliver to ride and should be ready to fire. 
Result (unplaced)

The big one at Ascot is the Kingston Town Stakes and one to consider at the each-way quote is BEST OF DAYS. The Godolphin galloper has been thereabouts in some big races of late, finishing 5th in the Group 1 Kennedy Cantala (1600m) at Flemington before heading west and just missing out in the Railway Stakes (1600m) a fortnight ago. While the exciting Tuscan Queen will be hard to beat, it has generally been the Railway that has been the form reference for this race and Best Of Days meets a number of his rivals much better at the weights. He will get the gun run from Brad Rawiler, who jumps from barrier 2 aboard the six-year-old and the pair can go very close. 
Result (3rd - $2.20 to Place)

November 30

The Tattersalls Cup is one of the key support races at Ascot and it is FORCEFUL that can make amends for a last start defeat that saw him go down in narrow fashion to Taxagano in the Ascot Gold Cup (1800m) on November 16. In that race, the five-year-old settled handy to the lead and swung out wide in the straight, hitting the lead before just missing out. He meets the winner 1.5kg better at the weights and will save plenty of ground this time around from barrier 1. 
Result (3rd - $1.50 to Place)

The final race on the programme is a 1MW and the three-year-old, SIGNIFICANT HERO, should be hard to beat. The Grant & Alana Williams-trained galloper made his debut at Belmont back in July and had little luck in that race, finishing 7th to Mia Dolce. Following that, he was put away for a spell and returned at Bunbury just over a fortnight ago and was way too good for his rivals, showing a nice turn of foot to score from Tradensia. The son of More Than Ready looks like one that can progress further than this level and will be ridden by Willy Pike, who is fresh off another successful weekend, having claimed the recent Railway Stakes. From barrier 12 he will get back and launch at them late. 
Result (unplaced)

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Ascot WA Tips December 14 - Best bets for Ascot horse racing on Saturday

Adam Cusworth previews racing at Ascot in Western Australia on Saturday and gives his best bets for the meeting.

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