Templegate’s Tote Placepot tips with £250,000 guaranteed and World Pool picks for day two of Royal Ascot

Templegate’s Tote Placepot tips with £250,000 guaranteed and World Pool picks for day two of Royal Ascot

THE eyes of the racing world are on Royal Ascot this week – and international punters are having a flutter.

You can join in the action as the World Pool brings backers from across the planet into one giant pool with millions of pounds in play, and get stuck into the Placepot too.

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It’s operated by the Tote in the UK and you can place your bets at tote.co.uk, via the Tote app or at the booths if you are lucky enough to donning your top hat and tails at Ascot.

The idea of the World Pool is to boost returns for your winners and it’s perfectly possible to have your usual win and each-way bets.

But one of the best things about the World Pool is the chance to have a few ‘exotic’ bets and try to get a bigger return for your stakes.

Forget trixies and yankees and try a Swinger instead.

It may be a daft name but if you can pick two of the first three in any order then you’re in clover.

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Or for three times your stake you can pick three horses and win if any two make the podium.

Why not aim for the starts and have a three-horse Swinger on the Royal Hunt Cup?

WILD TIGER has a good chance of making the first three and he can be joined by Beshtani and Perotto. If any two of those are in the first three, get to the payout window!

The Quinella is a well-known bet among punters around the world and it’s often called a reverse forecast here. That means we need the first two past the post in any order.

The feature Prince Of Wales’s Stakes looks a good target for that bet and we’ll go for ALFLAILA and INSPIRAL to be first and second in whichever order they like!

Templegate’s Royal Ascot day two Placepot tips

LEG 1 Truly Enchanting, Make Haste

TRULY ENCHANTING looked an exciting prospect when bounding home to win by almost four lengths on debut at Tipperary last month under Ryan Moore.

She cruised along before showing a sharp turn of foot despite the testing conditions. She is bred to handle this quicker ground and, given how Aidan O’Brien runners usually need their first run, she could be very smart.

MAKE HASTE created a good impression when winning first time out at Naas 39 days ago. She clocked a smart time and, being a daughter of the great Blue Point, has plenty of pace.

LEG 2 Illinois

ILLINOIS was last seen chasing home Ambiente Friendly in the Lingfield Derby Trial when he didn’t handle that tricky track.

He stayed on well there to give the impression that this sort of stamina test would be ideal and there’s more to come for Aidan O’Brien who has won this seven times.

LEG 3 Laurel, Rogue Millennium

LAUREL hasn’t been seen for more than a year but, if anyone can get her fit and ready, John Gosden can.

Ryan Moore was on board when she was an easy Listed winner at Kempton two starts ago and she was good enough to finish second in the Group 1 Sun Chariot as a juvenile. This is just her fifth run so she could even improve with this trip seemingly her best.

ROGUE MILLENNIUM looks a big threat after a promising comeback third in a Curragh Group 2 last time. She had to sit and suffer until the gap came too late. She comes from behind so will need a little luck again.

LEG 4 Alflaila, Auguste Rodin

ALFLAILA could be the one to strike at a big price. Jim Crowley’s mount is best when fresh so his 284-day absence is not a worry.

He has done well since stepping up in distance and enjoyed this trip when winning the Group 2 York Stakes last season.

We haven’t seen him since a fair fifth in the Irish Champion Stakes but he’ll relish conditions and Owen Burrows is an excellent target trainer.

AUGUSTE RODIN goes in because he will make the frame if this is a going day. He is a short price but Aidan O’Brien will hopefully have him ready to fire.

LEG 5 Wild Tiger, Perotto

WILD TIGER took his form to a new level when striking at Goodwood last time with loads left in the tank.

He cruised along and Oisin Murphy didn’t have to get serious in landing a near three-length win.

That was over seven furlongs but he’ll improve for this trip and looks well ahead of the handicapper. His pace means he should be able to get in a good position and stay there.

PEROTTO didn’t fire in this race last season but was a good winner over course and distance when last seen in August. Roger Varian has long been aiming him at this and he has solid place claims.

LEG 6 Summer Of Love, Twirling

SUMMER OF LOVE looked a hot prospect when scooting in at Kempton last time out.

The handicapper has taken a big chance with her opening mark of just 88 and stepping up from seven furlongs should bring improvement.

She has raced only on the all-weather so far but will take a lot of stopping if taking to turf.

TWIRLING won with something up his sleeve at Doncaster last month. She sees out this trip strongly and a 5lb rise in the weights looks more than fair. Ryan Moore taking over is worth most of that.

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