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  1. Global Exceed 3.45 Beverley (Win 11/2 Bet365) Global Exceed has proved disappointing considering he was a £200k yearling, who was trained by sprint maestro Robert Cowell. In his last race he did show some promise finishing third less than a length behind the likely favourite for this race Thornaby Nash. He would have won with a clear run. If he can repeat that form he has every chance in this race.
  2. Percy’s Prince 5.40 Wolverhampton (Win 7/2 Bet365) His handicap rating is based on his three races as a two year old over totally inappropriate distances (7&8f). Sired by a Derby winner and related to a Breeders cup winner, he was bred to be better over further. He is ridden by top track jockey Luke Morris and he is trained by the great Sir Mark Prescott who does well with middle distance horses. He has course form finishing fourth in a grade 5 (over 12f) and he now drops into a grade 6 (over 14f). He has got everything in his favour. Oh and he has even got a great name Percy’s Prince.
  3. Unforgetable 1.30 Fairyhouse (E.Way 13/2 Bet365) Costing £425k, Unforgetable will be anything but. She made a very pleasing debut when third of seventeen runners. She did everything right that day and would have definitely won, but for being blocked twice. She was very unlucky. Remember this horse. Lol
  4. So Perfect 4.40 Newmarket (E.Way 25/1 Bet365) So Perfect has a superb CV and will benefit from both an age allowance and being a filly in the July Cup. I have been very impressed with all her runs over this distance. Last September in the Cheveley Park (Group 1 over course and distance) she came to win the race and just got caught on the line. Tried over a testing 7f at Royal Ascot she was still performing with credit until interfered with 2f out, after that her chance had gone. She is a nice horse.
  5. Dirty Rascal 4.45 Newmarket (Win 8/1 Bet365) I shall give Dirty Rascal another chance. Second over course and distance last time out, he is quite consistent (winning or placed 9 times from his 13 races). He had some good form as a two year old. He finished second in a £300k race at Doncaster and had an appearance in a Group 3 race. Rated 96 at the end of 2018, he has dropped to a workable mark of 87 just two pounds above his last winning weight. With no excuse for fitness and with regular pilot Tom Marquand back in the saddle he should go well.
  6. Gale Force Maya 4.50 Carlise (Win 9/1 Bet365) The way Gale Force Maya finished to win at Pontefract (1st May) was impressive. Since then his trainer M Dods has been running him over 7f which is clearly too far. Back to six furlongs I am expecting a much improved performance.
  7. Mr Spirit 5.45 Kempton (E.Way 16/1 PP) Mr Spirit was a £150k yearling, so his two year old form was very disappointing and well below expectations. Sold as a three year old in January for just £14k it was a bit of a surprise to see him start favourite at Chelmsford backed in from 10/1 in the morning to 85/40 favourite. It was the same old story with another disappointing run, finishing down the field 13th from 14 runners. One can only assume he was showing something at home. Marco Botti trains.
  8. Wisdom Mind 3.15 Pontefract (E.Way 10/1 PP) Irish trainer Joseph O’Brien was in excellent form on Sunday with a 377/1 treble at Limerick. On Tuesday he seeks to win a £50k listed contest at Pontefract. One thing is for sure Wisdom Mind will be coming late and fast as she did at Musselburgh.
  9. Ghanim 9.10 Ripon (E.Way 16/1 Bet365) Ghanim who was a £100k yearling, was given an impossible task on his Newmarket debut. 50/1 and up against experienced rivals he ran on in the final furlong to finish 6th out of 11. He will be better for that run.
  10. Final Frontier 4.40 Ayr (E.Way 10/1 Bet365) Final Frontier started his career in Ireland with two wins, the second of which was a Group 3 win at the Curragh. This impressive 2 year old form saw him snapped up for £260,000 and given a rating of 108. Highly tried in Group 2 and listed company at three he did not find things easy. Off the track for 14 months, he made his debut for Ruth Carr in September 2018. Since then his rating has continued to fall with some average performances. Rated just 65 he could surprise.
  11. I love the daily racing forum. Can I please join this football tipster competition. Many thanks for all your hard work in running these sites.
  12. Society Guest 4.15 Leicester (Win 9/2 PP) She should put her experience to good use. Best over 7f, I can see her running a big race.
  13. Mutarakez 6.10 Beverley (Win 5/1 Bet365) Mutarakez is better than a seller. He finished fourth in his last race over course and distance in a class 5 despite not getting a clear run. He has a tendency to run behind horses so will need gaps to appear at the right time, if they do he wins this.
  14. So Sharp 6.20 Newbury (Win 5/2 Bet365) Trainer Archie Watson has a 25% win record with his two year olds. Sharpie makes her debut over 6f at Newbury on Thursday. Stable expectations are clearly high as she already has an entry in the September £400k Group 1 Moyglare Stud stakes at the Curragh over 7f. She is nicely breed for 6-7f as she is sired by Bated Breath (Competitive Group 1 sprinter over 6f) and related to Dubawi (7f – mile Irish Guineas winner). This will be a horse to follow.
  15. Lively Lydia 8.50 Kempton (E.Way 12/1 Bet365) “Lydia” probably needed the run at Nottingham when returning from eight months off the track. Even so, she was well supported in from 12/1 in the morning to an SP of 6/1. She is the only horse with course winning form at Kempton and is 5lb below that winning mark. Visored for the first time and nicely drawn in stall two, I can see her making all from the front.