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Neil Morrice best bets and tips – Sunday 16 June 2024

Neil Morrice shares all of his best bets and tips for Sunday’s racing coming your way from Doncaster, Salisbury and Thirsk on 16 June 2024.

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Neil Morrice shares all of his best bets and tips for Sunday's racing coming your way from Doncaster, Salisbury and Thirsk on 16 June 2024.

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Race 1 No9 STREAK LIGHTNING (Each Way)
Trainer: Ruth Carr – Jockey: James Sullivan

STREAK LIGHTNING has shown on three occasions this year that he’s close to being on a winning mark. It’s exactly a year since he ran on turf and his visits to that surface are few and far between, but if taking to the Town Moor terrain he has a bright chance.

Race 4 No6 OXFORD COMMA (Nap)
Trainer: Ralph Beckett – Jockey: Hector Crouch

Nathaniel filly OXFORD COMMA did not go unbacked when opening her account at Salisbury and it’s interesting that she’s now tackling this confined novice under a penalty. It features some well-regarded types, but she’s thought capable of more than paying her way in her own right this summer, and should win again.


Trainer: William Knight – Jockey: James Doyle

BEACH POINT skipped what looked a good opportunity last week with this race presumably looking more attractive to his connections. A consistent performer, he narrowly failed to justify solid backing at Lingfield last time, and though that form was given a knock he should still be good enough, with Doyle an eye-taking booking for him.

Race 4 No8 NEW CHARTER (Nap)
Trainer: Richard Hannon – Jockey: James Doyle

New Bay filly NEW CHARTER was all at sea on Epsom’s cambers and trailed in a well-beaten seventh in the Woodcote Stakes on Oaks day. Her race had been run after the first furlong, and she’s far better judged on a promising first run when second to Mountain Breeze at Newmarket. On this more conventional track, she should make no mistake.

Trainer: James Fanshawe – Jockey: Sean Levey

CHIPS AND RICE is narrowly preferred to Expert Witness in a race where the distaffers can dominate. The Golden Horn mare signalled with he recent near miss at Lingfield that she’s on the cusp of a breakthrough, while the handicapper has possibly erred by leaving her mark unchanged.


Race 2 No7 BURDETT (Nap)
Trainer: Jack Channon – Jockey: Edward Greatrex

BURDETT was scratched from his Chester race yesterday but should find conditions much more suitable at this course, where he can be produced with a late flourish. His effort to come from almost last to first at York last month was visually stunning, and if he’s as progressive as his connections think, this should result in another success on the way to better things.

Trainer: Sir Michael Stoute – Jockey: David Allan

Very interesting to see Stoute engaging one of the most experienced jockeys in the weighing room on FOX LEGACY who should more than pay his way in handicaps through the summer. The son of Lope De Vega stayed on to finish a distant second to the classy Matsuri at Leicester without being given a hard time, and can show how much he’s learned from that experience by opening his account.

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