Who’ll win at York Races? Tips for the May Spring Meeting 2016

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21 May 2016 @ 10.45 am
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The tipsters’ table, York Races, Saturday, May 21, 2016

Who's tipping what: scroll horizontally to see all the picks

Tipster/ raceDick TurpinSunMirrorTimesThe GuardianDaily MailAt The RacesGG.com
2.05pmLincolnSalateen (nb)Hoof ItGlen MossLincolnSalateenSalateenLincoln
2.40pmMoonrise Landing (NB)Moonrise LandingAngel GabrialQuest For MoreMoonrise LandingElidorMoonrise LandingMoonrise Landing
3.15pmWalpoleAppearedWalpoleForever PopularAppearedAppearedAppearedAppeared
3.50pmShore Step (Nap)Harry HurricaneArctic FeelingHarry HurricaneDoctor SardonicusKimberellaShore StepShore Step
4.20pmMasham StarMegan LilyMasham StarMasham StarMasham StarMasham StarMasham StarMasham Star
4.55pmSagelyDiplomaSecret SenseSagelySagely (nap)SagelySagelySagely
5.25pmMystic MiraajDutch ArtistBurning BlazeDutch ArtistDutch ArtistBurning BlazeDutch ArtistDutch Artist

After the thrill of the three-day Dante meeting, and more than a week of high living off the amazing profits bagged by our tipster Dick Turpin, this Saturday (May 21) at Knavesmire is a much more relaxed affair.

But that doesn’t mean there will be any lack of thrills, as the mystery highwayman explains.

Turpin writes:

I take a chance with Moonrise Landing to grab the prize in the 1m6f Weddingmates.co.uk Grand Cup (2.40).

Proven over two miles with wins at Kempton, Wolverhampton and Lingfield, the Berry / Beckett combination should benefit from a fast pace, and should also prove this daughter of Dalkhani has earned the step-up against what, on paper, look like classier rivals in Elidor and Angel Gabrial.

But horses don’t run on paper, do they?

Race of the day, the Spring Sprint (3.50) five-furlong handicap looks tailor-made to justify Mick Channon’s faith in Shore Step.

The hiring of Silvestre De Sousa adds strength to the argument that Channon believes we have not seen anything like the best yet from the Irish-bred progeny of Footstepsinthesand.

The Ascot fourth, earlier in the month was a great start, after eight months off the course, and will have sharpened the gelding up hugely.

Turpin goes nap on him to pip Kimberella and Royal Birth. Richard Fahey’s Patrick makes strong appeal for a place, with Bondi Beach Boy worthy of consideration for betting value-hunters.

And the whisper from Turpin’s steed, Black Bess? There’s a bit of a word for the Easterby hope, Mystic Miraaj in the Amateur Riders seven-furlong last of the day (5.25).

Turpin’s tips


Win: Lincoln
EW: Glen Moss
Longshot: Mister Universe


Win: Moonrise Landing (NB)
EW: Elidor
Longshot: Quest For More


Win: Walpole
EW: Burano
Longshot: Salmon Sushi


Win: Shore Step (Nap)
EW: Patrick
Longshot: Bondi Beach Boy


Win: Masham Star
EW: Broken Stones
Longshot: Savea


Win: Sagely
Longshot: Deodoro


Win: Mystic Miraaj
EW: Make On Madam
Longshot: Dr Red Eye