Get Paisley Park at 50/1 in huge enhanced price for Ascot
PAISLEY PARK can be backed at a stunning 50/1 at Ascot this weekend.
Running in the Porsche Long Walk Hurdle at 2.25pm, Paisley Park is the slight favourite ahead of Thyme Hill.
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Paisley Park won this race two years ago, handing trainer Emma Lavelle and jockey Aidan Coleman their Grade 1 victory.
He missed out last year but returns on Saturday looking to add to his eight career victories.
Race fans will need to be content with watching from their TVs after Surrey was put into tier three of the national lockdown meaning Ascot will be without fans this week.
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An Ascot spokesman said: "Government confirmed today that our area is formally moving into Tier 3 at midnight on Friday, which automatically means that the public can’t be admitted to Ascot on Saturday," said a spokesman for the course.
"We have consulted with Public Health England and our Safety Advisory Group and the advice received is we should not open to the public tomorrow. Therefore, we will not be admitting the public for Friday’s racing.
"Cases in the south of England have risen over 40 per cent in the last week and the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead is now in a very high-risk area. We are sorry that we have to deliver this news to people looking forward to coming racing this weekend."
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