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Daily Racing Multiple: Whisky for glory can help us to a Saturday double

Alan Dudman is picking out another each-way Sportsbook multiple on Saturday and his two selections are 10/1 and 6/1 across Ascot and Haydock…

“They team up with the fragile Sao Maxence, who goes handicapping for the first time from 117 and is one of the least exposed runners in the field despite being a 9yo.”

Back Golden Whisky and Sao Maxence in an each way double @ 77.0 using the Sportsbook multiple

Don’t write off Whisky for glory

Back Golden Whisky @ 10/1 in the 14:55 at Ascot

SBK14/1

EXC17.5

Trainer: Evan Williams
Jockey: Adam Wedge
Age: 9
Weight: 10st 1lbs
OR: 134

A no-show yesterday unfortunately as Market Rasen was claimed by the weather, but with a super day of racing at Ascot and Haydock to look forward, hopefully we can earn some profit with two decent prices.

First up is Evan Williams’ Golden Whisky, a talented but very much in-and-out horse. Williams has said he is either very good, or very bad. Last time he was back with a gutsy win at Chepstow off 130. He stayed on well and the 2m4f looks as though it will be the minimum these days as potentially he has been earmarked as a Welsh National horse. The stiff uphill finish at a further trip today is a plus.

He has only been raised 3lb and could still be on the right side of the handicapper judged on a wide margin win at Ludlow last term.

Heavy ground will bring out the best in him, and he’s talented on his day. The 10/1 on his looks too big and we can play him in the each-way double with the three places.

Max can make up for lost time

Back Sao Maxence @ 6/1 in the 16:15 at Haydock

SBK10/1

EXC12

Trainer: James Ewart
Jockey: Alan Doyle
Age: 9
Weight: 11st 9lbs
OR: 117

One hot duo at the moment in terms of form is James Ewart and Alan Doyle. Both combined for a win for the column with Lord Rocco at a decent price, and Ewart could be about to hit a run with 2-6 at 33% and Doyle is even better with a run of 4-9 at 44%.

They team up with the fragile Sao Maxence, who goes handicapping for the first time from 117 and is one of the least exposed runners in the field despite being a 9yo.

He looked to have a fair bit of ability wining his bumper on debut in 2017, and following a second under a penalty, he was off for a mammoth spell of nearly two years.

It was a case again of blink and you miss him in 2020 with just a pair of starts, although one was an easy win at Carlisle where he strolled to success to win a novice by over 5L with a front-running display.

Heavy ground is suitable and he should stay beyond today’s 2m. We lost one in the field yesterday so down to seven scuppers the each-way part.

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