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Newmarket races LIVE: Tips, results, race times, ITV Racing schedule and betting odds today on Cambridgeshire day

RACING LIVE

IT'S Day 3 of Newmarket's prestigious Cambridgeshire Meeting live on ITV.

The big betting heat, the Cambridgeshire Handicap takes centre stage on Saturday afternoon, but there are some blockbuster Group 1s on the card too.

Don't miss a minute of the action with Sun Racing's live blog.

Newmarket Cambridgeshire Meeting Day 3 (Live on ITV4 from 1.30):

  • Jack Keene 's avatarJack Keene7 minutes ago

    BIG GAMBLES

    Punters haven't been backward in coming forward this morning.

    My colleague Callum Jamieson has news of some huge gambles at HQ…

  • Jack Keene 's avatarJack Keene12 minutes ago

    LUCK OF THE IRISH

    Ken Condon's Miss Amulet was a ready winner of the Lowther last month – reckon she can bag the Cheveley Park too?

  • Jack Keene 's avatarJack Keene23 minutes ago

    GOING, GOING, GONE…

    Here's the official going report for Newmarket today.

  • Jack Keene 's avatarJack Keene31 minutes ago

    LAY OF THE DAY

    There are a couple of short(ish) priced ones around today, and there is one in particular who I cannot have at all.

    How on earth is Method so short in the Middle Park?? He is only second favourite because Dettori is riding him.

    He has plenty to find on form with his three big market rivals, and if he wins the 3.00pm I'll pickle my walnuts.

  • Jack Keene 's avatarJack Keene45 minutes ago

    TEMPLEGATE'S TREBLE

    The main man has been busy picking us some winners today.

    He's narrowed it down to these three as his best bets on a mouthwatering afternoon.

    NAP: New Mandate (1.50 Newmarket)

    NB: Danyah (2.05 Haydock)

    TB: Sinjaari (3.35 Nemarket)

    Have a bang on that – the treble pays a huge 97.5/1 with our friends at Betway!

  • Jack Keene 's avatarJack Keene59 minutes ago

    HOW ABOUT THIS

    Great story this – the 2012 Middle Park winner Reckless Abandon didn't cut the mustard at stud.

    But he has been retrained and is now loving life as a polo horse.

  • PLACEPOT PICKS

    I'm an absolute sucker for a Placepot. Here's what I'm having my £2 on at HQ.

    Race 1 Wootton Creek

    Race 2 New Mandate

    Race 3 Dandalla

    Race 4 Lucky Vega

    Race 5 Lucander

    Race 6 Renaissance Rose

  • IN CLOVER

    Trainer Tom Clover has had a cracking season and he has a lively 33-1 outsider in the Cambridgeshire today in Balgair, who won over C&D seven days ago.

    Clover told Sun Racing: “He’s come out of the race last week brilliantly so we thought we’d take our chance.

    “The step up to nine furlongs worked really well and he looked to improve for it.

    “It’s obviously a big field so we should get the good gallop he loves too. He’s been running well all season he just hasn’t had the pace to aim at.

    “I’m just praying the rain stays away as he loves it quick. That would be my only worry.”

  • CHAPPERS NAP

    Our man Matt Chapman gives you his best bet of the day, and a glimpse of the inside of his motor.

  • MOVERS AND SHAKERS

    Punters have been champing at the bit this morning and these are the best backed horses with Paddy Power so far…

    Newmarket

    1.50 Cobh 2/1 from 9/4

    2.25 Umm Kulthum 13/2 from 15/2

    3.00 Lucky Vega 9/4 from 5/2

    3.35 Tempus 5 from 6

  • MORNING ALL

    The third and final day of the Cambridgeshire Meeting to enjoy this morning and it's a good'n.

    The big handicap is at 3.35, with the Group 1 Cheveley Park and Group 1 Middle Park to warm us up.

    We'll have all you need from Newmarket as well as updates from Haydock and the Curragh.

    Stay tuned!

  • THAT'S A WRAP

    The live ITV action has come to an end for the day so we are drawing stumps – probably a good thing for my betting balance!

    Kameko was undoubtedly the highlight of the day, what a cracking horse and a great effort to defy his penalty under Oisin Murphy.

    Check back again tomorrow as we will have all bases covered on Cambridgeshire Handicap day.

  • MILE HIGH CLUB

    Kameko has just proved he is an out-and-out miler at HQ – and a top one at that.

    Coral make him 6-1 from 10-1 for the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes on Champions Day.

  • KAM THE MAN

    Stunning effort from Kameko to give weight away and win the Joel Stakes!

    He was briefly outpaced by stayed on strongly to lead in the closing stages, beating Regal Reality and Benbatl in a ding-dong finish. What a race.

    3.35 Newmarket result

    1st Kameko 85-40

    2nd Regal Reality 17-2

    3rd Benbatl 7-4f

  • JOEL TIME

    Right, the big race of the day up next.

    Benbatl, Kameko and Top Rank go head-to-head in a mouthwatering renewal of the Joel Stakes.

    I couldn't tip a waiter today, but I reckon Benbatl will be tough to beat given his brilliant record fresh.

    Thankfully, Templegate is in agreement!

  • CLASSIC CONTENDER

    Isabella Giles looks to have a very bright future and Clive Cox is excited for next season.

    He said: “She could be the best chance we've had going into a 1000 Guineas.”

    Paddy Power have halved her odds for the fillies' Classic, going 25s from 50s.

  • PILLAR TO POST

    Isabella Giles is a filly going places and she has made virtually all the running to bag the Rockfel under a positive Adam Kirby ride.

    She has quickened up around three furlongs out and had the other beaten off a long way out.

    Monday was a bitter disappointment. She challenged for the lead in the early stages but threw the towel in once headed.

    3.00 Newmarket result

    1st Isabella Giles 11-5

    2nd Nazuna 10-1

  • READY TO ROCK

    Time for the first of our Group 2s with the two-year-old fillies set to tackle the Rockfel Stakes.

    All eyes will be on the beautifully-bred Monday, who is the first offspring out of Group 1-winning mare Ballydoyle

    She is a hot favourite and is the big-race fancy of Templegate, as well as yours truly.

  • ASCOT AIM

    Trainer Ralph Beckett has confirmed Antonia De Vega will be aimed at the Fillies & Mares Stakes on British Champions Day.

    Betfair have cut her into 10-1 from 14s for the Ascot Group 1.

  • ROYAL KNEES UP

    What a cracking servant Antonia De Vega has been, adding the Princess Royal Stakes to her haul.

  • GOOD EFFORT

    A tough performance from Antonia De Vega who has quickened up best and had enough up her sleeve to repel the late thrust of Alpinista.

    The front two have pulled miles clear of Sea Of Faith, with Katara a big disappointment back in fourth place.

    2.25 Newmarket result

    1st Antonia De Vega 16-5

    2nd Alpinista 7-4f

  • AWESOME FOURSOME

    A pity that there are a couple of non-runners in the upcoming Princess Royal Stakes, but the four runners left standing are classy mares in their own right.

    Here's what Templegate thinks about the big Group 3…

    KATARA walloped her rivals to win a Listed contest on the July course last month despite traffic problems.

    “That was just her fourth run so there’s plenty of improvement to come. She shapes like a stayer so softer ground should be fine.”

    Sir Michael Stoute's runner has been well-backed into 2-1…

  • FINE RIDE

    That was a fine ride up on the front-end by Andrea Atzeni.

    There is a strong tailwind and it has proved pretty tricky making up ground from off the pace.

    Paddy Power have trimmed Cloak Of Spirits into 14-1 (from 20) for the Sun Chariot next weekend. She'd have no chance there but each to their own.

  • THAT'S THE SPIRIT

    Cloak Of Spirits, second in the 1000 Guineas back in June, gets her head back in front with a gutsy performance from the front.

    She looked vulnerable at the furlong pole as Bounce The Blues delivered her challenge, but she lifted for pressure to win bravely.

    1.50 Newmarket result

    1st Cloak Of Spirits 4-1

    2nd Bounce The Blues 10-3f

    3rd Tomorrow's Dream 20-1

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