Templegate tips: These two 10-1 outsiders can spring a surprise at Wincanton and Doncaster

TEMPLEGATE has got three big tips that could land a bumper return on Saturday.

Our top tipster has been on red-hot form lately so read on to see who he thinks will land the spoils.

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Each way thief

Wincanton hosts some high-class action today and there’s a tasty each-way double on offer.


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EGLANTINE DU SEUIL (1.50 Wincanton)

This six-year-old has moved from Irish king Willie Mullins to Paul Nicholls looking for her first win since taking the Dawn Run Hurdle at the 2019 Cheltenham Festival.

That shows how classy she is at her best and she has a couple of near misses at Grade 1 level on her CV.

Nicholls has given her a wind operation ahead of this first run for the yard and moving across the Irish Sea could rekindle her career.

EL PRESENTE (3.35 Wincanton)

Kim Bailey is rapidly getting back into the training Premier League and this seven-year-old can go close in the Badger Beers Trophy.

He has been in cracking form at lesser levels with good wins at Exeter and Hereford already this season.

He finished strongly when scoring 17 days ago and can take this hike in grade in his stride.


ON TO VICTORY (3.15 Doncaster)

The November Handicap looks as tough as ever but Alan King is building a big name for himself as a Flat trainer.

He has every chance with this six-year-old who goes off the same mark as his close second at Haydock last time.

James Doyle keeps the ride and his staying power will be an asset in these conditions with plenty of pace guaranteed.

It would be no surprise to see him hit the frame at double-figure odds.


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