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18 Apr 19
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16 Apr 19
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FLAVIUS TITUS did the business after grabbing the rail in the…

16 Apr 19
FLAT RACING GURU UK

Welcome to the Flat racing Guru Tip Sheets first Proper day of the Turf season Begin’s at Newmarket and then we soon go into the Night Racing which for me is the true start to our summer Racing with 6 cards Per day on the flat, G.M.R guru merit rating, G.P.R guru Predicted rating for […]

16 Apr 19
The Scottish Sun
FLAVIUS TITUS did the business after grabbing the rail in the opening handicap. Roger Varian’s gelding saw off Green Power and an unlucky Summerghand in a close finish. Result of the 1.50 at Newmarket: 1st Flavius Titus 8-1 2nd Summerghand 8-1 3rd Green Power 7-1f Where did the favourite finish? The Ryan Moore-ridden Green Power had every chance but could only finish third in a bunched finish. [boxout headline=”Download the new Sun Racing app today” featured-image=”3966233″ intro=”THE new Sun Racing app is here – and it’s sent the bookies running for cover.”]The brilliant new app, which is free to download, features: Best Odds – our odds comparison tool keeps the bookies honest Predictor – rank the field by 18 different categories, such as weight, draw, career prize money and jockey wins Tips & news – get a steer from the best tipsters in the business in our news tab Head over to the App Store to download it for free. [/boxout] When is the next race on ITV? Next up is the Free Handicap at 2.25. [bc_video video_id=”6023374607001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary treats astonished passengers to free drinks after his horse Tiger Roll wins historic second Grand National in a row “]
16 Apr 19
The Irish Sun
FLAVIUS TITUS did the business after grabbing the rail in the opening handicap. Roger Varian’s gelding saw off Green Power and an unlucky Summerghand in a close finish. Result of the 1.50 at Newmarket: 1st Flavius Titus 8-1 2nd Summerghand 8-1 3rd Green Power 7-1f Where did the favourite finish? The Ryan Moore-ridden Green Power had every chance but could only finish third in a bunched finish. [boxout headline=”Download the new Sun Racing app today” featured-image=”3836650″ intro=”THE new Sun Racing app is here – and it’s sent the bookies running for cover.”]The brilliant new app, which is free to download, features: Best Odds – our odds comparison tool keeps the bookies honest Predictor – rank the field by 18 different categories, such as weight, draw, career prize money and jockey wins Tips & news – get a steer from the best tipsters in the business in our news tab Head over to the App Store to download it for free. [/boxout] When is the next race on ITV? Next up is the Free Handicap at 2.25. [bc_video video_id=”6023374607001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary treats astonished passengers to free drinks after his horse Tiger Roll wins historic second Grand National in a row “]
16 Apr 19

FLAVIUS TITUS did the business after grabbing the rail in the opening handicap. Roger Varian’s gelding saw off Green Power and an unlucky Summerghand in a close finish. PA:Press Association Result of the 1.50 at Newmarket: 1st Flavius Titus 8-1 2nd Summerghand 8-1 3rd Green Power 7-1f Where did the favourite finish? The Ryan Moore-ridden […]

16 Apr 19

THE FLAT gears up another notch on Tuesday with the first visit to the Rowley Mile. The Craven Meeting gets underway at Newmarket with an eight-race fixture that should throw up an exciting hoss’ or two. PA:Press Association Race 1 – 1.15 bet365 European Breeders’ Fund Fillies’ Maiden Stakes (Div 1) There’s no way I’ll […]

16 Apr 19
The Sun
BACKED a horse at Newmarket today and can’t find where it finished? Check our full list of results from the course here. [iframe src=”https%3A%2F%2Ffragments.sunracingtech.uk%2Fpromotions” height=”104″ /] All the latest results from Newmarket this Tuesday as Day 1 of the Craven Meeting takes centre stage 13:15 – bet365 European Breeders’ Fund Fillies’ Maiden Stakes 1st Maqsad 6-4f 2nd Twist ‘n’ Shake 2-1 3rd Artistic Streak 14-1 4th Venusta 33-1 5th Inclyne 6-1 6th Specialise 12-1 7th Forty Four Sunsets 100-1 8th Beguiling Charm 33-1 9th Stagehand 10-1 10th Tereshkova 100-1 13:50 – Weatherbys TBA Handicap (Class 2) 1st Flavius Titus 8-1 2nd Summerghand 8-1 3rd Green Power 7-1f 4th Ice Lord 5th Buridan 6th Blackheath 7th Desert Doctor 8th Count Otto 9th Burguillos| 10th Von Blucher 11th Alemaratalyoum 12th Kimifive 13th Normandy Barriere 14th Zain Hana 15th Tommy Taylor 14:25 – bet365 European Free Handicap (Listed) (Class 1) 1st Shine So Bright 5-2 2nd Space Traveller 10-1 3rd Azano 2-1f 4th Victory Command 5th Arctic Sound 6th Dubai Dominion 7th Kuwait Currency [article-rail-section title=”HOTTEST IN HORSE RACING” posts_category=”343″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”popular” /] 15:00 – bet365 Feilden Stakes (Listed) (Class 1) 1st Kick On 2-1 2nd Walkinthesand 14-1 3rd Boerhan 13-2 4th Kadar 5th Western Australia 6th I’ll Have Another 15:35 – Lanwades Stud Nell Gwyn Stakes 1st Qabala 10-3f 2nd Mot Juste 7-1 3rd Angel’s Hideaway 9-2 4th Look Around 5th Nashirah 6th Orchid Star 7th Main Edition 8th Come On Leicester 9th Mistress Of Love 10th Mercenary Rose 11th Sunday Star [article-rail-section title=”LATEST IN HORSE RACING” posts_category=”343″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”recent” /] 16:10 – bet365 British EBF Maiden Fillies’ Stakes 1st Chasing Dreams 4-9f 2nd Good Vibes 12-1 3rd Kemble 4th Bartat 5th Arasugar [bc_video video_id=”6017263901001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Rabbits caught having SEX in middle of horse race at Dundalk”]
16 Apr 19
The Scottish Sun
BACKED a horse at Newmarket today and can’t find where it finished? Check our full list of results from the course here. [iframe src=”https%3A%2F%2Ffragments.sunracingtech.uk%2Fpromotions” height=”104″ /] All the latest results from Newmarket this Tuesday as Day 1 of the Craven Meeting takes centre stage 13:15 – bet365 European Breeders’ Fund Fillies’ Maiden Stakes 1st Maqsad 6-4f 2nd Twist ‘n’ Shake 2-1 3rd Artistic Streak 14-1 4th Venusta 33-1 5th Inclyne 6-1 6th Specialise 12-1 7th Forty Four Sunsets 100-1 8th Beguiling Charm 33-1 9th Stagehand 10-1 10th Tereshkova 100-1 13:50 – Weatherbys TBA Handicap (Class 2) 1st Flavius Titus 8-1 2nd Summerghand 8-1 3rd Green Power 7-1f 4th Ice Lord 5th Buridan 6th Blackheath 7th Desert Doctor 8th Count Otto 9th Burguillos| 10th Von Blucher 11th Alemaratalyoum 12th Kimifive 13th Normandy Barriere 14th Zain Hana 15th Tommy Taylor 14:25 – bet365 European Free Handicap (Listed) (Class 1) 1st Shine So Bright 5-2 2nd Space Traveller 10-1 3rd Azano 2-1f 4th Victory Command 5th Arctic Sound 6th Dubai Dominion 7th Kuwait Currency [article-rail-section title=”HOTTEST IN HORSE RACING” posts_category=”419″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”popular” /] 15:00 – bet365 Feilden Stakes (Listed) (Class 1) 1st Kick On 2-1 2nd Walkinthesand 14-1 3rd Boerhan 13-2 4th Kadar 5th Western Australia 6th I’ll Have Another 15:35 – Lanwades Stud Nell Gwyn Stakes 1st Qabala 10-3f 2nd Mot Juste 7-1 3rd Angel’s Hideaway 9-2 4th Look Around 5th Nashirah 6th Orchid Star 7th Main Edition 8th Come On Leicester 9th Mistress Of Love 10th Mercenary Rose 11th Sunday Star [article-rail-section title=”LATEST IN HORSE RACING” posts_category=”419″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”recent” /] 16:10 – bet365 British EBF Maiden Fillies’ Stakes 1st Chasing Dreams 4-9f 2nd Good Vibes 12-1 3rd Kemble 4th Bartat 5th Arasugar [bc_video video_id=”6017263901001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Rabbits caught having SEX in middle of horse race at Dundalk”]
16 Apr 19
The Irish Sun
BACKED a horse at Newmarket today and can’t find where it finished? Check our full list of results from the course here. [iframe src=”https%3A%2F%2Ffragments.sunracingtech.uk%2Fpromotions” height=”104″ /] All the latest results from Newmarket this Tuesday as Day 1 of the Craven Meeting takes centre stage 13:15 – bet365 European Breeders’ Fund Fillies’ Maiden Stakes 1st Maqsad 6-4f 2nd Twist ‘n’ Shake 2-1 3rd Artistic Streak 14-1 4th Venusta 33-1 5th Inclyne 6-1 6th Specialise 12-1 7th Forty Four Sunsets 100-1 8th Beguiling Charm 33-1 9th Stagehand 10-1 10th Tereshkova 100-1 13:50 – Weatherbys TBA Handicap (Class 2) 1st Flavius Titus 8-1 2nd Summerghand 8-1 3rd Green Power 7-1f 4th Ice Lord 5th Buridan 6th Blackheath 7th Desert Doctor 8th Count Otto 9th Burguillos| 10th Von Blucher 11th Alemaratalyoum 12th Kimifive 13th Normandy Barriere 14th Zain Hana 15th Tommy Taylor 14:25 – bet365 European Free Handicap (Listed) (Class 1) 1st Shine So Bright 5-2 2nd Space Traveller 10-1 3rd Azano 2-1f 4th Victory Command 5th Arctic Sound 6th Dubai Dominion 7th Kuwait Currency [article-rail-section title=”HOTTEST IN HORSE RACING” posts_category=”21″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”popular” /] 15:00 – bet365 Feilden Stakes (Listed) (Class 1) 1st Kick On 2-1 2nd Walkinthesand 14-1 3rd Boerhan 13-2 4th Kadar 5th Western Australia 6th I’ll Have Another 15:35 – Lanwades Stud Nell Gwyn Stakes 1st Qabala 10-3f 2nd Mot Juste 7-1 3rd Angel’s Hideaway 9-2 4th Look Around 5th Nashirah 6th Orchid Star 7th Main Edition 8th Come On Leicester 9th Mistress Of Love 10th Mercenary Rose 11th Sunday Star [article-rail-section title=”LATEST IN HORSE RACING” posts_category=”21″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”recent” /] 16:10 – bet365 British EBF Maiden Fillies’ Stakes 1st Chasing Dreams 4-9f 2nd Good Vibes 12-1 3rd Kemble 4th Bartat 5th Arasugar [bc_video video_id=”6017263901001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Rabbits caught having SEX in middle of horse race at Dundalk”]
16 Apr 19
The Irish Sun
THE FLAT gears up another notch on Tuesday with the first visit to the Rowley Mile. The Craven Meeting gets underway at Newmarket with an eight-race fixture that should throw up an exciting hoss’ or two. Race 1 – 1.15 bet365 European Breeders’ Fund Fillies’ Maiden Stakes (Div 1) There’s no way I’ll be having a bet in the opener. It’s one to have the notebook and binoculars at the ready. Open to three-year-old fillies, there’s very little form to go on with two runs the most experience any entry has picked up. However, there’s some notable runners here with Twist ‘N’ Shake eyecatching on pedigree and profile for John Gosden. Johnny G purchased her from Luca Cumani after the Italian hung up his boots and this daughter of Kingman ran a creditable third on her debut last season when un-fancied and horribly green. You can be sure Gosden has brought her forwards and this maiden shouldn’t take too much winning. Stagehand is another nicely-bred filly and Charlie Hills has booked up Ryan Moore to take the saddle. She ran on late to nearly win on debut last season and this step up to a mile is just what she needs. Of the debutante’s Specialise is probably of most interest. Roger Varian’s do tend to need a run though and it would be no surprise to see this filly shine later in the summer. VERDICT (Tentative) – 1. Twist ‘N’ Shake 2. Stagehand 3. Specialise [iframe src=”https%3A%2F%2Ffragments.sunracingtech.uk%2Ffragments%2Fweb%2Frace-profile%2Frace%2F872343%2Frace-card” height=”950″ /] Race 2 – 1.50 Weatherbys TBA Handicap It doesn’t get any easier in the next – 15 runners hurtling over the undulating six furlongs in a competitive handicap. KIMIFIVE was a horse I backed plenty of times last summer, largely at decent prices. He had a busy time of things in similar races to this, but now a four-year-old looks to have a bit more wiggle room off his current mark. He’s a fast finisher, and the stiff six furlongs should suit here. He ran well on his reappearance last season and Oisin Murphy gets on board for the first time. At a big price, he looks a tempting each-way bet. It’s impossible to ignore the claims of Green Power for the John Gallagher team. His fourth behind Foolaad at Doncaster is decent form and he has the advantage of race fitness on a lot of his rivals. He went okay to finish fourth in this last season. But this time around is one pound lower and has the loosener at Donny. Also, Ryan Moore rides. The lightly-raced Buridan must also have a sniff for the in-form Richard Hannon. He was well-fancied at Doncaster in a hot handicap but looked like he needed the run. He should be A1 now and won on his second start last season. VERDICT – 1. Kimifive 2. Green Power 3. Buridan [iframe src=”https%3A%2F%2Ffragments.sunracingtech.uk%2Ffragments%2Fweb%2Frace-profile%2Frace%2F872344%2Frace-card” height=”1350″ /] Race 3 – 2.25 bet365 European Free Handicap (Listed Race) A rare occurrence here; a Listed Handicap. It’s a shame there’s only seven runners as my fancy is a decent price but it doesn’t affect my overall approach to the race. The current favourite Azano is hard to back at the odds. John Gosden’s three-year-old has only had three runs and remains unexposed but a mark of 104 is steep enough. However, a bit of money behind him tomorrow and he could be one to side with. His second to Mohaather in October suddenly looks a lot better after Saturday’s Greenham too. ARCTIC SOUND is my main pick here though. He carries top weight but will be ready for the Mark Johnston team. A hardy juvenile, he raced plenty and his form is standout above his rivals. While I think he’s got very little wriggle room off 110, only Azano has the scope to prove plenty better than these. It’s a compressed handicap and I think Johnston’s colt will be tough to pass over his ideal trip. Kuwait Currency is the other one I considered. Richard Hannon has his team well forward and on his day this horse mixed it with some of the smartest juveniles last summer. Conditions won’t suit Dubai Dominion and Victory Command struggled in Dubai. VERDICT – 1. Arctic Sound 2. Azano 3. Kuwait Currency [iframe src=”https%3A%2F%2Ffragments.sunracingtech.uk%2Ffragments%2Fweb%2Frace-profile%2Frace%2F872345%2Frace-card” height=”850″ /] Race 4 – 3.00 bet365 Feilden Stakes (Listed Race) Only seven set to go to post here and the ground could see a couple more come out before the off. I’d be all over Kadar in this, but he needs some cut in the ground and was withdrawn a number of times because of a fast surface last summer. I think he’s set for a big campaign, but if see him here, I fully believe it will be used as a stepping stone. Therefore, KICK ON is a fairly confident selection for the John Gosden team. The maestro has won this race twice in the past four renewals with Golden Horn and Khalidi and Kick On can get his three-year-old campaign up and running here. He won on his second start here in impressive fashion and anything he did in his juvenile campaign had to be considered a bonus. His run in the Vertem Futurity was better than on paper and that is some of the better form on paper, although he was behind Western Australia who re-opposes here. However, he has less scope to improve until a decent step up in trip and will hardly be considered one of O’Brien’s better horses for the season ahead. Further down the market, Boerhan looks interesting for William Haggas. He’s only had the three starts and was beat at 1-2 on his second start but ran better in the Autumn Stakes over C&D. VERDICT – 1. Kick On 2. Western Australia 3. Boerhan [iframe src=”https%3A%2F%2Ffragments.sunracingtech.uk%2Ffragments%2Fweb%2Frace-profile%2Frace%2F872346%2Frace-card” height=”850″ /] Race 5 – 3.35 Lanwades Stud Nell Gwyn Stakes (Group 3 – Fillies) Another tricky puzzle with a number of two-year-old form lines criss-crossing at this early stage of their three-year-old careers. MAIN EDITION has the best juvenile form in the book and subsequently the best rating at a healthy 107. She won four of her seven starts at two, and ran third behind Just Wonderful and Dandhu in the Rockfel at the end of last season. She could well be vulnerable to a less exposed type but with little to go on elsewhere, I’m sticking with Mark Johnston’s hardy filly. Qabala is of clear interest for Roger Varian. His filly won her only start at two, a maiden over course and distance when well punted. She looked impressive that day and it’s telling Varian pitches her straight into this. Varian tends to take his time with his promising horses so she must be doing something right to warrant this early Group entry. At juicer odds, Look Around makes appeal for Andrew Balding and Oisin Murphy. She took a decent Listed heat on her third start and was backed when a tad disappointing behind Antonia De Vega in the Prestige Stakes. She’ll need to improve plenty to win but looks a bit of value for each-way backers. VERDICT – 1. Main Edition 2. Qabala 3. Look Around [iframe src=”https%3A%2F%2Ffragments.sunracingtech.uk%2Ffragments%2Fweb%2Frace-profile%2Frace%2F872347%2Frace-card” height=”1200″ /] Race 6 – 4.10 bet365 British EBF Maiden Fillies’ Stakes A surprisingly small field here and very little in the way of a betting heat. Only two of the six has experience and that edges it in the favour of Bartat who was behind the impressive Lady Kermit at Kempton. She should have learnt plenty at Kempton. It’s not a straightforward track and Mick Channon is always good for a winner this early in the season. CHASING DREAMS is also interesting for Charlie Appleby. The Newmarket champ farmed races like this all summer last year and this 750,000 purchase will likely be well fancied by the Newmarket locals. He took this race last season with Strings |Of Life. Kemble is another who appeals on paper ahead of her debut. She should be a speedy type and also wasn’t cheap at 100,000. VERDICT (Tentative) – 1. Chasing Dreams 2. Bartat 3. Kemble [iframe src=”https%3A%2F%2Ffragments.sunracingtech.uk%2Ffragments%2Fweb%2Frace-profile%2Frace%2F872348%2Frace-card” height=”750″ /] Race 7 – 4.45 bet365 European Breeders’ Fund Fillies’ Maiden Stakes (Div 2) The second division of the mile maiden is as much a lottery as the first and it’s very unlikely I’ll be having any financial interest. Again it’s pen, paper and your binoculars at the ready. On paper it looks weaker than the first division and the benefit of a day at the races pushes me towards ALANDALOS. She was far from ready for her run at Lingfield at December but made taking progress when the penny dropped. This is wide-open but she’s a half-sister to a former stable favourite and should be more on her game here. Rimmal was due to be sold at the Breeze Ups on Monday but was withdrawn and sent to Jeremy Noseda. She’ll likely be plenty forward because of that and could be worth a market check with Jamie Spencer booked to ride. Dinah Washington is another that will need more time, but will show more than she did on debut at Yarmouth. VERDICT (Tentative) – 1. Alandalos 2. Rimmal 3. Dinah Washington [iframe src=”https%3A%2F%2Ffragments.sunracingtech.uk%2Ffragments%2Fweb%2Frace-profile%2Frace%2F872349%2Frace-card” height=”1050″ /] Race 8 – 5.20 bet365 Handicap A small but select field has assembled for the lucky last. Only five are declared and three come into this on hat-tricks, with another – Solid Stone – off the back of a single win. I’ll be siding with MARHABAN for the Godolphin-Appleby powerhouse. He’s been gelded since a narrow Wolves win and clearly has middle-distance handicaps on the agenda for the remainder of the year. The second that day at Wolves has won by seven lengths on his next start and an opening mark of 88 could look quite generous come 5.30 on Tuesday. Appleby won this with Old Persian last year and we all know what he’s gone on to. Mordred has more experience than many of these and if it turns tactical, that could be of benefit. VERDICT – 1. Marhaban 2. Solid Stone 3. Mordred [iframe src=”https%3A%2F%2Ffragments.sunracingtech.uk%2Ffragments%2Fweb%2Frace-profile%2Frace%2F872350%2Frace-card” height=”750″ /] [bc_video video_id=”6023374607001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary treats astonished passengers to free drinks after his horse Tiger Roll wins historic second Grand National in a row “]
16 Apr 19
The Scottish Sun
THE FLAT gears up another notch on Tuesday with the first visit to the Rowley Mile. The Craven Meeting gets underway at Newmarket with an eight-race fixture that should throw up an exciting hoss’ or two. Race 1 – 1.15 bet365 European Breeders’ Fund Fillies’ Maiden Stakes (Div 1) There’s no way I’ll be having a bet in the opener. It’s one to have the notebook and binoculars at the ready. Open to three-year-old fillies, there’s very little form to go on with two runs the most experience any entry has picked up. However, there’s some notable runners here with Twist ‘N’ Shake eyecatching on pedigree and profile for John Gosden. Johnny G purchased her from Luca Cumani after the Italian hung up his boots and this daughter of Kingman ran a creditable third on her debut last season when un-fancied and horribly green. You can be sure Gosden has brought her forwards and this maiden shouldn’t take too much winning. Stagehand is another nicely-bred filly and Charlie Hills has booked up Ryan Moore to take the saddle. She ran on late to nearly win on debut last season and this step up to a mile is just what she needs. Of the debutante’s Specialise is probably of most interest. Roger Varian’s do tend to need a run though and it would be no surprise to see this filly shine later in the summer. VERDICT (Tentative) – 1. Twist ‘N’ Shake 2. Stagehand 3. Specialise [iframe src=”https%3A%2F%2Ffragments.sunracingtech.uk%2Ffragments%2Fweb%2Frace-profile%2Frace%2F872343%2Frace-card” height=”950″ /] Race 2 – 1.50 Weatherbys TBA Handicap It doesn’t get any easier in the next – 15 runners hurtling over the undulating six furlongs in a competitive handicap. KIMIFIVE was a horse I backed plenty of times last summer, largely at decent prices. He had a busy time of things in similar races to this, but now a four-year-old looks to have a bit more wiggle room off his current mark. He’s a fast finisher, and the stiff six furlongs should suit here. He ran well on his reappearance last season and Oisin Murphy gets on board for the first time. At a big price, he looks a tempting each-way bet. It’s impossible to ignore the claims of Green Power for the John Gallagher team. His fourth behind Foolaad at Doncaster is decent form and he has the advantage of race fitness on a lot of his rivals. He went okay to finish fourth in this last season. But this time around is one pound lower and has the loosener at Donny. Also, Ryan Moore rides. The lightly-raced Buridan must also have a sniff for the in-form Richard Hannon. He was well-fancied at Doncaster in a hot handicap but looked like he needed the run. He should be A1 now and won on his second start last season. VERDICT – 1. Kimifive 2. Green Power 3. Buridan [iframe src=”https%3A%2F%2Ffragments.sunracingtech.uk%2Ffragments%2Fweb%2Frace-profile%2Frace%2F872344%2Frace-card” height=”1350″ /] Race 3 – 2.25 bet365 European Free Handicap (Listed Race) A rare occurrence here; a Listed Handicap. It’s a shame there’s only seven runners as my fancy is a decent price but it doesn’t affect my overall approach to the race. The current favourite Azano is hard to back at the odds. John Gosden’s three-year-old has only had three runs and remains unexposed but a mark of 104 is steep enough. However, a bit of money behind him tomorrow and he could be one to side with. His second to Mohaather in October suddenly looks a lot better after Saturday’s Greenham too. ARCTIC SOUND is my main pick here though. He carries top weight but will be ready for the Mark Johnston team. A hardy juvenile, he raced plenty and his form is standout above his rivals. While I think he’s got very little wriggle room off 110, only Azano has the scope to prove plenty better than these. It’s a compressed handicap and I think Johnston’s colt will be tough to pass over his ideal trip. Kuwait Currency is the other one I considered. Richard Hannon has his team well forward and on his day this horse mixed it with some of the smartest juveniles last summer. Conditions won’t suit Dubai Dominion and Victory Command struggled in Dubai. VERDICT – 1. Arctic Sound 2. Azano 3. Kuwait Currency [iframe src=”https%3A%2F%2Ffragments.sunracingtech.uk%2Ffragments%2Fweb%2Frace-profile%2Frace%2F872345%2Frace-card” height=”850″ /] Race 4 – 3.00 bet365 Feilden Stakes (Listed Race) Only seven set to go to post here and the ground could see a couple more come out before the off. I’d be all over Kadar in this, but he needs some cut in the ground and was withdrawn a number of times because of a fast surface last summer. I think he’s set for a big campaign, but if see him here, I fully believe it will be used as a stepping stone. Therefore, KICK ON is a fairly confident selection for the John Gosden team. The maestro has won this race twice in the past four renewals with Golden Horn and Khalidi and Kick On can get his three-year-old campaign up and running here. He won on his second start here in impressive fashion and anything he did in his juvenile campaign had to be considered a bonus. His run in the Vertem Futurity was better than on paper and that is some of the better form on paper, although he was behind Western Australia who re-opposes here. However, he has less scope to improve until a decent step up in trip and will hardly be considered one of O’Brien’s better horses for the season ahead. Further down the market, Boerhan looks interesting for William Haggas. He’s only had the three starts and was beat at 1-2 on his second start but ran better in the Autumn Stakes over C&D. VERDICT – 1. Kick On 2. Western Australia 3. Boerhan [iframe src=”https%3A%2F%2Ffragments.sunracingtech.uk%2Ffragments%2Fweb%2Frace-profile%2Frace%2F872346%2Frace-card” height=”850″ /] Race 5 – 3.35 Lanwades Stud Nell Gwyn Stakes (Group 3 – Fillies) Another tricky puzzle with a number of two-year-old form lines criss-crossing at this early stage of their three-year-old careers. MAIN EDITION has the best juvenile form in the book and subsequently the best rating at a healthy 107. She won four of her seven starts at two, and ran third behind Just Wonderful and Dandhu in the Rockfel at the end of last season. She could well be vulnerable to a less exposed type but with little to go on elsewhere, I’m sticking with Mark Johnston’s hardy filly. Qabala is of clear interest for Roger Varian. His filly won her only start at two, a maiden over course and distance when well punted. She looked impressive that day and it’s telling Varian pitches her straight into this. Varian tends to take his time with his promising horses so she must be doing something right to warrant this early Group entry. At juicer odds, Look Around makes appeal for Andrew Balding and Oisin Murphy. She took a decent Listed heat on her third start and was backed when a tad disappointing behind Antonia De Vega in the Prestige Stakes. She’ll need to improve plenty to win but looks a bit of value for each-way backers. VERDICT – 1. Main Edition 2. Qabala 3. Look Around [iframe src=”https%3A%2F%2Ffragments.sunracingtech.uk%2Ffragments%2Fweb%2Frace-profile%2Frace%2F872347%2Frace-card” height=”1200″ /] Race 6 – 4.10 bet365 British EBF Maiden Fillies’ Stakes A surprisingly small field here and very little in the way of a betting heat. Only two of the six has experience and that edges it in the favour of Bartat who was behind the impressive Lady Kermit at Kempton. She should have learnt plenty at Kempton. It’s not a straightforward track and Mick Channon is always good for a winner this early in the season. CHASING DREAMS is also interesting for Charlie Appleby. The Newmarket champ farmed races like this all summer last year and this 750,000 purchase will likely be well fancied by the Newmarket locals. He took this race last season with Strings |Of Life. Kemble is another who appeals on paper ahead of her debut. She should be a speedy type and also wasn’t cheap at 100,000. VERDICT (Tentative) – 1. Chasing Dreams 2. Bartat 3. Kemble [iframe src=”https%3A%2F%2Ffragments.sunracingtech.uk%2Ffragments%2Fweb%2Frace-profile%2Frace%2F872348%2Frace-card” height=”750″ /] Race 7 – 4.45 bet365 European Breeders’ Fund Fillies’ Maiden Stakes (Div 2) The second division of the mile maiden is as much a lottery as the first and it’s very unlikely I’ll be having any financial interest. Again it’s pen, paper and your binoculars at the ready. On paper it looks weaker than the first division and the benefit of a day at the races pushes me towards ALANDALOS. She was far from ready for her run at Lingfield at December but made taking progress when the penny dropped. This is wide-open but she’s a half-sister to a former stable favourite and should be more on her game here. Rimmal was due to be sold at the Breeze Ups on Monday but was withdrawn and sent to Jeremy Noseda. She’ll likely be plenty forward because of that and could be worth a market check with Jamie Spencer booked to ride. Dinah Washington is another that will need more time, but will show more than she did on debut at Yarmouth. VERDICT (Tentative) – 1. Alandalos 2. Rimmal 3. Dinah Washington [iframe src=”https%3A%2F%2Ffragments.sunracingtech.uk%2Ffragments%2Fweb%2Frace-profile%2Frace%2F872349%2Frace-card” height=”1050″ /] Race 8 – 5.20 bet365 Handicap A small but select field has assembled for the lucky last. Only five are declared and three come into this on hat-tricks, with another – Solid Stone – off the back of a single win. I’ll be siding with MARHABAN for the Godolphin-Appleby powerhouse. He’s been gelded since a narrow Wolves win and clearly has middle-distance handicaps on the agenda for the remainder of the year. The second that day at Wolves has won by seven lengths on his next start and an opening mark of 88 could look quite generous come 5.30 on Tuesday. Appleby won this with Old Persian last year and we all know what he’s gone on to. Mordred has more experience than many of these and if it turns tactical, that could be of benefit. VERDICT – 1. Marhaban 2. Solid Stone 3. Mordred [iframe src=”https%3A%2F%2Ffragments.sunracingtech.uk%2Ffragments%2Fweb%2Frace-profile%2Frace%2F872350%2Frace-card” height=”750″ /] [bc_video video_id=”6023374607001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary treats astonished passengers to free drinks after his horse Tiger Roll wins historic second Grand National in a row “]