Horse Racing tips: Jason Weaver’s 6 best Saturday bets on the Flat

Top TV pundit Jason Weaver is panning for gold at Musselburgh & Wolverhampton.

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13.50: Musselburgh – Molls Memory

It appears that Stone Soldier is going to be all the rage but I’m slightly concerned that his all-weather form is much better than on the turf. Given that our selection MOLLS MEMORY won’t mind a little ease in the ground in Scotland and she also has the inside stall position. Hollie Doyle has been booked and, with a guaranteed pace from at least three of the runners, her hold-up tactics should be suited perfectly to the way the race should be run.

14.25: Musselburgh – Strike Red

It looks as if the handicapper has given STRIKE RED a chance by just perching him on a lowly mark of 78 off the back of a very easy victory over the stiff 6f at Pontefract. He went to the front, pricked his ears and was clearly still learning on the job. He was gelded over the winter and, stepping up in distance with a featherweight on his back and an ability to handle some ease in the ground, he looks well weighted.

15.00: Musselburgh – Tarboosh

There are quite a few reasons to expect TARBOOSH to continue his climb up the ratings in 2021. He brushed aside a very decent Irish performer in Urban Beat when we last saw him in action at Doncaster and he has had a wind operation. He has got solid course and distance form, has no problem as far as the underfoot conditions are concerned and he is a big powerhouse who will have no issue shouldering the 10st burden.

15.35: Musselburgh – Indianapolis

INDIANAPOLIS always threatened to win a big race for his previous connections but his form was a little hit and miss, although there is no doubting his ability on a going day. He was picked up for £52,000 by his new connections at the horses-in-training sale, and they have obviously seen something that warranted digging deep in the pocket. This trip could prove ideal and conditions hold no fears given some slight ease in the ground. He is 5lbs below his peak rating and can make a winning start for new connections.

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17.55: Wolverhampton – Samoot

SAMOOT made a very pleasing debut at Sandown when not knocked about and was punted off the boards for her second racecourse appearance up at Newcastle. However the 6f just caught her out and she was never nearer and only got going late in the day. Stepping up in distance will suit and the yard have already hit the board with only their third runner of the campaign. It may well pay to side with the trainer Sir Michael Stoute’s runners in the coming few weeks.

20.00, Wolverhampton – Helian

As a 145,000 guineas yearling, you would expect HELIAN to be on a much loftier rating at this time in his career. He has recently switched across to a red-hot Chris Dwyer outfit that is making a real name for itself with other stables’ cast-offs. While he starts off at a very winnable level, stepping onto the track at Wolverhampton for the first time should prove no problem and, with the added bonus of Harry Burns taking off a valuable 7lbs, all things are in place for a big performance.

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Jason Weaver’s bet summary – Saturday, April 3

13.50, Musselburgh – Molls Memory
14.25, Musselburgh – Strike Red
15.00, Musselburgh – Tarboosh
15.35, Musselburgh – Indianapolis
17.55, Wolverhampton – Samoot
20.00, Wolverhampton – Helian

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