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Ascot WA Tips November 24 - best bets for Ascot horse racing on Saturday

Aaron Hamilton in Free Tips 19 Nov 2018
  • 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 - November 24

Check back on Thursday to see our updated best bets.

Previous Ascot Tips:

November 17 (Jackson Oldham)

Race 6 - 4:37pm AMELIA PARK LODGE HANDICAP (1400m) 
I’m keen to take on the favourite and play the four-year-old gelding SPILLANOVA. He was unsuited first-up over 1200m and still hit the line terrifically to finish only 1.25 lengths off Pearls and Prawns. His second-up record is good and he goes up to 1400m which looks his pet distance. He maps well from gate six. Jockey Jason Brown can either let him lead or sit just off the speed and he should prove very hard to beat. 
Result (1st - $3.50)

Race 7 - 5:12pm R.J. PETERS STAKES (1500m) - Action 
The best bet of the card looks to be four-year-old Pierro gelding, ACTION. He is only behind Galaxy Star, Iconoclasm, Fifty Stars and Peaceful State in betting for the Group 1 Railway Stakes (1600m) next Saturday and needs to win this race to get into the field. He was dominant in the Group 2 W.A.T.C Derby (2400m) last preparation and has come back in terrific order, finishing second behind Galaxy Star last start in the Group 3 Asian Beau Stakes (1400m) behind Galaxy Star with a gap back to third. He looks too good for these and $2.25 is a good price.
Result (unplaced)

November 10

IN LOVE WITH PARIS improved by 11 lengths when second-up two campaigns ago and then improved by three lengths when second-up last campaign – which is due to contesting a tougher race first-up last campaign. So, we know he takes plenty of improvement from a first-up run, and after a fast-finishing narrow 2nd placing behind Stageman last start, any improvement here sees him winning on Saturday. He also sits closer to the speed second-up and has led and won previously, so I’m expecting them to burn across from the wide gate and lead all the way. 
Result (2nd)

It’s impossible to go past the undefeated ENTICING STAR as she aims for nine in a row here. With it being her first go beyond 1300m – where she defeated my previous tip In Love With Paris – the bookmakers are letting us on at a price ($1.90). At the weights, this is her toughest test to date, but she’s the most exciting galloper in Perth and it’s worth getting on now before she shortens in the market. 
Result (Unplaced)

November 3

Looking for some value here, and although I was with Masquerade last start when she finished 2nd, I’m jumping ship and going for SEANNIE who returns home after a stint in Melbourne. Formerly with Simon Miller, she won her first two starts at Ascot including a Listed win and was then placed at Group 3 level before finishing two lengths 6th in the Group 2 Amelia Park-Karrakatta Plate (1200m). She was a very impressive first-up winner for Trent Busuttin and Natalie Young at Moonee Valley and then placed 3rd behind Tulip in the Group 3 Typhoon Tracy Stakes (1200m) at the Valley. She’s won three from four first-up and now resumes for Lindsay Smith without a public trial. If she’s anywhere near ready, she can finish best to score.
Result (Won - $4.80)

Gee DAINTY TESS is a good sprinter. She never looked likely first-up but just flew late to swamp them. Second-up last campaign she went to Adelaide and defeated Group 1 winner Viddora and Secret Agenda in the RN Irwin Stakes (1100m) and that form is extremely strong. She now meets a few of these better at the weights after beating them last start, and her usual second-up improvement makes her the one to beat. 
Result (Won - $3.60)

October 20

WA racing is back at Ascot and that will suit MASQUERADE who has won three from four at the track. Each time this Time Thief gelding has dropped back from 1200m to 1000m, he has won, and that’s the same pattern we find on Saturday after his 2nd placing at Belmont when first-up over 1200m last start. He lost no admirers finishing 2nd to the flying Electric Light who has now won seven from nine, and with a nice run just off the speed, Pike can wind him up on the turn and outgun them in the straight. 
Result (2nd)

This is quite an open race, but I think GREAT SHOT represents good value at $2.25 for the Place. He was runner-up to Silverstream in this race last year and was beaten by the undefeated Enticing Star last start over the unsuitable 1200m trip. He’ll strip fitter second-up and can dictate terms out in front and should run a bold race. 
Result (3rd - $2.25 Place was suggested) 


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