Hollywoodbets Sports Blog: Neil Morrice - International Racing: Monday 13 July 2020

Neil Morrice - International Racing: Monday 13 July 2020

Neil Morrice brings us all of his best bets and tips for Monday's racing coming to you from Windsor, Kemtonp, and Ayr. 

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WINDSOR

Race 1 No2 DANZART (Each Way)
Trainer: Mick Channon - Jockey: Andrea Atzeni

DANZART has shown promise at home ahead of this debut in a contest where nothing stands out. The five furlongs might be slightly on the short side for the son of Dandy Man, but he will be doing his best work at the business end and can take home a cheque.

Race 4 No7 MARHAL DAN
Trainer: Heather Main - Jockey: Rossa Ryan

MARSHAL DAN ran well here when third to City Wanderer last summer and has started the new campaign positively, with a second placing behind runaway scorer Hieronymous at Kempton followed by a gritty success on turf at Chepstow. He has conditions in his favour for another big earning run.

Race 6 No11 KIMBERLEY (Each Way)
Trainer: James Fanshawe- Jockey: Richard Kingscote

First Winter will head the market for Godolphin and has an obvious chance, but he’s squandered a couple of good opportunities and KIMBERLEY is preferred. The Oasis Dream filly started at 50-1 and 25-1 for her first two starts on the all weather but improved to trouble the judge last time. Taking stock that this will give her a handicap mark it could be pertinent to keep investments to a lower level, while not allowing her to go unbacked.

Race 7 No1 DREAM LOCATION (Nap)


Invincible Spirit filly DREAM LOCATION looks the one to side with in an interesting all-aged novice stakes. The selection ran into one when third to Collide on debut at Redcar but the seven furlongs trip didn’t play to her strengths, while she also ran green. Stepped up to a more suitable mile and a quarter here, she can show her true colours.

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KEMPTON

Race 5 No4 VASARI (Nap)
Trainer: Sir Michael Stoute - Jockey: Jim Crowley

VASARI had worked well ahead of his Newmarket comeback but failed to menace in that contest when out of the money behind Ivatheengine. Stoute drops him a notch on the ladder into a Class 4 today, and if that run was in any way needed he can demonstrate it with a first career win in this three-year-old only handicap.

Race 9 No5 THE GAME OF LIFE
Trainer: Michael Herrington - Jockey: Josephine Gordon

THE GAME OF LIFE landed a touch when responding positively to first-time cheek pieces at Chelmsford on his first run of the season. Connections tried to strike before he was reassessed under a 5lb penalty over this course, but he failed to cope with In The Red. Given three weeks to regroup, the Oasis Dream gelding has a solid chance of bouncing back now moved up to a mile.




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AYR

Race 7 NO4 LE REVEUR (Nap)
Trainer: Sir Mark Prescott - Jockey: Luke Morris


To all intents and purposes LE REVEUR was a Prescott ‘special’ when leaving previous form behind on a switch to turf at Chepstow. Also equipped with a first time visor, the Dream Ahead gelding was in total command in the closing stages of that wide margin first career victory. Reappearing under a 6lb penalty, he will be very hard to beat.

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