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Race 7 No2 JUSTIFIED (Nap)
Trainer: Mark Johnston – Jockey: Joe Fanning
JUSTIFIED can take out the nightcap and bounce back from a defeat at Ripon last week in which in fairness to him he was beaten only a length and a half into fourth behind Stonific. The Authorised gelding may well be able to dominate on his first visit to this course.
Race 1 No9 BLUEBELL WAY (Each Way)
Trainer: Mick Channon – Jockey: David Probert
BLUEBELL WAY was sent off second favourite on her debut at Windsor but was too green to do herself justice, finishing well out of the money. However, juveniles from this stable usually step up a fair way with the benefit of a run, and this daughter of Sixties Icon can prove to be a case in point.
Race 5 No5 AMY BEACH (Nap)
Trainer: Mick Channon – Jockey: Hollie Doyle
The progressive AMY BEACH finds herself in a more straightforward contest than the one from which she scratched over the weekend and can take full advantage. Her liking for this course and distance was evident when she held on gamely in a novice last month. She gets weight from all her foes and has always promised to find her niche in handicaps.
Race 7 No3 HAWRIDGE FLYER
Trainer: Rod Millman – Jockey: John Egan
Although out of the winner’s circle for the last two and a half years, HAWRIDGE FLYER can prosper from a first visit to this track. He’s brought home a cheque in each of his two outings this year and can take the spoils in colours made popular in the West Country over the years.
Race 4 No5 ROMEO BROWN (Each Way)
Trainer: Sue Smith – Jockey: Ryan Mania
Although his run of consistency was severed on latest start at Kelso, ROMEO BROWN can quickly regain the momentum on debut for his trainer. He’s proved difficult to win with over the last couple of years but can usually be relied upon to get into the money.
Race 6 No2 TIMBERMAN (Nap)
Trainer: Fergal O’Brien – Jockey: Paddy Brennan
The most exciting horse on view today is TIMBERMAN who makes considerable appeal on this move into handicaps. He benefitted from the application of a hood to score gamely off a false pace at Market Rasen, but if granted a decent gallop here should get the job done with greater authority.
Race 5 No4 SIGNORA PRINCESS
|Trainer: Kevin Ryan – Jockey: Tom Eaves
SIGNORA PRINCESS landed a maiden handicap on her return to action at Catterick and is having the first run since that early April success. She has more scope for improvement than most of her rivals and is well berthed to put in an earning run for her in-form connections.
Race 3 No11 MODERN ARTIST (Nap)
Trainer: Paul Cole – Jockey: Luke Morris
The horses heading the market for this maiden are unfavourably drawn, but with so many unraced individuals in opposition who might find it hard to take advantage, MODERN ARTIST can outpoint Manhattanville. The former performed in advance of her 66-1 odds when placed at Kempton and has shaped well in her subsequent work.
Race 1 No1 HAYMAKER (Nap)
Trainer: Hughie Morrison – Jockey: Charlie Bennett
HAYMAKER looks a logical choice for the opener based on the big progression made from debut to his second outing when chasing home Carurra at Bath. The son of Muhaarar has a good draw as well as an experience edge on most of his rivals and can open his account.
Race 2 No5 EL PICARO
Trainer: Tom Clover – Jockey: Jack Mitchell
EL PICARO can play the experience card to good effect in this median auction stakes. He’s got better race by race, latterly forcing Dragon’s Fire to a photo on turf at Lingfield, and is a good spot to go one better.
Place Accumulator Perm (Races 1-7)
1 x 5 x 4, 13, 2 x 8, 14, 1 x 6, 5 x 2, 6 x 10, 4, 5, 8