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One of our Ten To Follow horses, Triple Time, 1.45 at Haydock makes his belated reappearance today, having suffered a slight setback prior to a tilt at the 2,000 Guineas at Newmarket. He’s sure to benefit from the run after such a long layoff, so can’t be advised as a bet, but we’ll probably have a small interest as he was such a promising 2yo and he’ll hopefully return to the track every bit as good as he looked last year. – WON 13/8
Another horse we’d earmarked for a bet today was Lethal Nymph in the 4.55 at Ascot, but based on yesterdays racing with the stalls on the stand side, his draw looks a considerable disadvantage, so he can’t be advised. Beaten by the draw last time when stepping back to 6f, this looks his trip and if John Fahy switches to the rail from the start and hopes for luck in running, he could surprise a few. If he races out wide, or what would in effect be the middle of the track, then he’d be at a disadvantage. Perhaps a small play, or a bet in running if you’re able too. Frustrating draw, as he’s an attractive price. – WON 12/1 – with the rain at Ascot, the draw didn’t come into effect as it had done on Friday.
Finally before we get onto the three advised bets for the day, Great Ambassador, a notebook horse from last time steps up in grade to contest the Group 1 Haydock Sprint Cup at 3.30. It’s probably a bit of an ask at this level, but at 25/1 with some bookies offering enhanced places, we might have a pound each way. – N/R
Todays Bets:– WON 10/33.45 Ascot – La Yakel (e/w) – 11/2 Bet365, generally 9/2 A fair step up in class from a Southwell novice race, but he looks potentially very well handicapped off a mark of 87 with an additional 5lbs claimed by his jockey. He’s run just 3 times with a promising debut run behind the now 111 rated Secret State who’s won twice since and been runner up at Group 2 level, over what was an inadequate trip for La Yakel. He then again showed promise at Windsor when staying on strongly behind a progressive winner, who has since won a handicap since and is now rated 96. His 3rd run saw him an emphatic winner at Southwell where he relished the step up in trip; he’s a progressive William Haggas type and could easily be rated considerably higher come the end of the season.
3.50 Kempton – New Endeavour – 7/4 William Hill & BetVictor, generally 13/8– WON 4/6 Steps into handicap company for the first time here having improved with each run, the last of which at Newcastle saw the front two pull miles clear of the field, with New Endeavour just finding Animate slightly to good on that occasion. The winner had previously run behind two very classy types and is potentially quite decent. A mark of 80 for this nursery looks very workable and it’s unlikely he’ll be facing anything of the quality of his conqueror last time.
4.20 Ascot – Crystal Caprice – 11/8 Bet365 & Unitbet, generally 5/4– WON 6/5A very good winner at Glorious Goodwood last time, she looks like a typical Sir Michael Stoute improver with plenty more to come. Having run 6th on her reappearance when clearly in need of the run, she then bolted up at Yarmouth to win her novice before being sent to Goodwood for what looked a competitive handicap. She travelled all over her rivals that day, looking a class above the opposition and winning in good style. Up in the handicap, she’s more than capable if defying the rise in the weights and can progress into a pattern class filly in the future.
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