Who To Follow At Ascot On Shergar Cup Day 2022

James Mackie | @JMackieRacing

Trainer To Follow - William Haggas

William Haggas could be set for a big day at the Berkshire track at the weekend with the Newmarket handler sending a strong team.

In the opener he fields Amanzoe who is seeking a hat-trick having been winning nicely in Fillies' Handicaps over different trips.

Haggas will be hoping Hurricane Ivor can bounce back to form in the Shergar Cup Dash and then in the Challenge event, Pride Of Priory is seeking a hat-trick.

The handler also has the favourite in the Shergar Cup Mile with Montassib now down to a mark of 97 and holds a big chance with the form of his last run stacking up.

Other runners of interest for the trainer with a chance include Hamaki in the Shergar Cup Classic and Razenya in the Shergar Cup Sprint.

Haggas heads into the weekend sporting a strike rate of 32% for the last fortnight, managing to land 13 winners from his last 41 rides.

Jockey To Follow - Danny Tudhope

Danny Tudhope could be a set for a good time of things on Saturday at Ascot with a handful of nice rides across the day for numerous trainers.

One of his best rides of the day is the Robert Cowell trained Arecibo who needs to bounce back to form but has some of the best back form in the race.

He teams up with Gary Moore in the Stayers Handicap with Make My Day looking to get back on track and then in the Shergar Cup Mile he rides the William Haggas trained Montassib

Tudhope finishes the day in the penultimate race on Dancing Tango for Harry & Roger Charlton who is having just his second start in a handicap.