Leicester Racecard - Saturday 3rd July

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SMOOTH RADIO LADIES DAY SATURDAY 3RD JULY


Today’s Officials Stewards

SIMON COWLEY (Chief Steward) Mrs C. F.TELLWRIGHT (Stewards Panel Chair) BETH DOWSWELL CHRIS RUTTER GUY UPTON

Starters

KIERAN O’SHEA RYAN COLLEY

Judge

DAVID HICKS

Clerk of the Scales OLLIE MANN

Veterinary Officer

SALLY TAYLOR, M.A.,Vet.M.B., Cert.A.V.P. (EP), M.R.C.V.S.

Veterinary Surgeons

J.W. E. BEVIN, B.Vet.Med.,M.R.C.V.S. A.P. J. KNOTT, MAVet MB, M.R.C.V.S.

Medical Officers Prof J BURTON Dr C. ROLLASON

Betting Ring Manager Mr N. PATEMAN

Commentator TIM PETERS

General Manager Mr D. MAYKELS

Clerk of the Course Mr J. S. STEVENSON

Farrier

Nurse

Mr T.W.ALLEN, DWCF

GEMMA LESTER

Equine Welfare & Integrity Officers SHAUN MITCHELL KAREN WEST MELANIE SHEPPARD

Today’s race conditions can be found on page 47 of this race programme

Today’s Race Sponsors

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Welcome to Ladies Day 2021 Congratulations on securing a ticket for today because due to Covid we have unfortunately had to dramatically reduce the number of available tickets to 3,000. We are living in unprecedented times and because of current restrictions we are unfortunately unable to deliver to you a normal Ladies Day with a large crowd and live music this year, however hopefully we will be back bigger and better than ever next year. In the meantime we have a great day planned for you today with 7 races, a best dressed competition after race 3, extra bars, toilets, seating and screens to make your experience as memorable as ever! Please be aware that public bars will close today immediately following the final race and the racecourse will close no later than 6pm. Remember you need to wear a mask when entering inside buildings until you are sat down eating and drinking. We do have masks available at all entrances should you have forgotten yours and we have additional cleaners around the racecourse to ensure we stay sanitised and safe. Please try where possible to keep 1m apart from others and be seated when drinking. We have set up the configuration today into 3 zones with zone 1 being the paddock and Premier stand areas, zone 2 the main grandstand to the trackside marquee and bar and then zone 3 the picnic area. In all zones we have tried to provide enough facilities so that you do not need to travel far. Key areas of note are 1. Main office and entrance Zone 1 2. Main Best Dressed Stage Zone 3 3. Cashback facility in main office Zone 1 4. Bars, toilets betting facilities, seating, screens and food outlets in all 3 zones 5. Owners and sponsors pavilion Zone 1 6. Main restaurant and Trackside marquee in Zone 2. 7. First aid unit and safety office Zone 2 8. William Hill betting shop Zone 2 9. Racecards for sale at £3 in Zone 1 with additional sellers walking around Zones 2 & 3. Cashback facilities are available from all Tote outlets by placing a minimum £5 bet and then taking up to £45 cashback as many times throughout the day as you like. Alternatively you can get up to £50 cashback with your debit card from the main office. Remember though, you should not actually need cash today as all outlets including bookmakers take debit cards. THERE IS NO CASH MACHINE ON SITE TODAY. Have a great day and thank you for supporting us in such difficult times. Kind regards, David Maykels General Manager


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ENTER OUR BEST DRESSED COMPETITION FOR A CHANCE TO WIN SOME FANTASTIC PRIZES! This afternoon we are hosting our best dressed competition where Ladies and Gentlemen dress to impress as they bid to be crowned Leicester Racecourse’s Best Dressed. To enter the competition please leave your name and phone number at the Smooth Radio stage in the Picnic area in Zone 3 before the 1st race. A shortlist will be decided and those selected will be contacted to arrive at the Smooth Radio stage in the Picnic area in Zone 3 immediately after the 3rd race. Gareth and Caroline from Smooth radio will judge with the help of an enthusiastic crowd.

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Important Notices Abandonment Refund

In the event of abandonment, no refunds will be made on the day. All refund applications must be claimed by writing to the racecourse office within 14 days of the meeting. The following rules apply: a) Abandonment before completion of first race - full refund b) Abandonment prior to completion of the third race - 50% refund c) Abandonment thereafter - no refund.

Evacuation Procedures

Bars

Leicester Racecourse has significantly enhanced Safety & Security measures this year to ensure your safety, comfort and enjoyment of the day. However, an incident may occur which is beyond our control and it is important that you are aware of how we intend to look after you in the event of an emergency. As part of our Safety management, we have employed professionally trained and experienced stewards and you will see them at various points throughout the racecourse. In the event of a situation, which requires partial or full evacuation of the stands or racecourse, announcements will be broadcast and stewards will undertake the responsibility of guiding you to a place of safety; it is essential that you follow their instructions. Please take your immediate belongings with you and proceed out of the area quickly and calmly with the guidance of the stewards. The evacuation procedures have been carefully planned to lead you to a safe area. Should it be necessary to evacuate the course itself, there will be two main options; firstly to return to your vehicles if safe to do so and leave via the main entrance. Secondly, should it not be safe to return to your vehicles, you will be requested to leave via an emergency evacuation gate, where you will receive further instructions. It may give you peace of mind if you pre plan and agree a meeting place, just in case you become separated from your party. The above is precautionary only and we trust that the procedures will never be required. However, in the event of an emergency, remember: TAKE YOUR BELONGINGS WITH YOU AND UNDER THE DIRECTIONS OF THE STEWARDS, PROCEED QUICKLY & CALMLY TO THE SAFE AREA.

Betting with the Bookmakers

Any queries or problems that racegoers may have can be dealt with either at the racecourse office or by writing to the racecourse manager.

All customers must return their receipt of entry to claim a refund. For further information please contact The Racecourse, Oadby, Leicester, LE2 4AL

Admission - Conditions of Entry * All who enter this racecourse do so under Leicester Racecourse’s terms and Conditions of entry, a copy of which is available for inspection in the main racecourse office. * Bringing food and drink into the enclosures other than that purchased at the racecourse is prohibited. (Other than the picnic area) * Racegoers must at all times comply with any conditions, rules and regulations in operation, including the observance of no drinking areas for safety reasons. * There is no formal dress code. (Other than Club Room) * Lost and stolen badges will not be replaced. * Transfers to enclosures may be possible on the day, subject to availability.

Bars will close immediately following the last race. No person under the age of 18 years will be served or allowed to consume alcohol on these premises. Racegoers are advised that bookmakers are not obliged to pay until the ‘Weighed in’ is announced, nor to remain on the course more than 10 minutes after that announcement.

HBLB Prize Money

The Horserace Betting Levy Board General Prize Fund Scheme continues to provide special funding during these uncertain times, both at Leicester Racecourse and nationwide.

Information & Enquiries

Photography

Racegoers may take photographs for private purposes. Under no circumstances may photographs taken on the racecourse be used for publication without the permission of the racecourse executive. Flash photography is essentially dangerous where horses are involved. You are asked not to use flash photography anywhere in the parade ring area and particularly near the Winners Enclosure.

Health & Safety Notice The Racecourse would be grateful if racegoers could observe all Health & Safety requirements whilst at Leicester Racecourse. We would also be grateful if parents could keep a close eye on their children and prevent them from climbing on the running rails and getting onto the actual racecourse and paddock area. We would also like to remind racegoers that the FIRST AID medical unit is situated on the hard standing by the Sales Office.The designated meeting point for lost children is now in the Safety Control Office. For additional information, please visit our website www.leicester-racecourse.com


How to Read Your Racecard

Our easy guide to getting the most from your racecard. Our new racecard key identifies the main runner and rider elements: Br Breeding O Owner B Breeder J Jockey T Trainer S Sponsor 1

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Br B c Montjeu (IRE) - Virgin Hawk (USA) Jamie Spencer J O The Royal Ascot Racing Club M. L.W. Bell, Newmarket T B Gerrardstown House Stud S TIMEFORM VIEW A winner at 10-1 at Nottingham over 1m (soft) in October,beatingToccata by a neck.That was a highly promising debut effort and it will be somewhat disappointing if he fails to make a bold bid to remain unbeaten as he holds entries in the Dante and Derby. TFR★★✩✩✩ BHA-

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Racecard Key 1. Saddle Cloth Number 2. Horse Name 3. Country Code 4. Days since last run

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5. Form Figures 6. Age 7. Weight in St & Lb 8. Draw

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9. Jockey Colour 10. Form Guide 11. Star Rating 12. Official BHA Rating

Star Ratings Explained: Each horse has been given a star rating, these are defined below: ★★★★★ Selected to win the race. ★★★★✩ Good chance of being placed. ★★★✩✩ By no means out of the reckoning but at least one or two hold stronger claims ★★✩✩✩ Unlikely to win but not totally without hope. ★✩✩✩✩ Can be given little or no chance.

Official BHA Ratings The BHA Handicappers allot ratings to horses once they have taken part in a sufficient number of races to enable the Handicappers to make a numerical assessment of each horse’s ability. The principal purpose of the ratings is to determine the weight to be carried by each runner in handicap races, with the Handicappers aiming to provide each participant with an equal chance based on its best recent form under its optimum conditions. A horse rated 100, for example, would be set to carry 1lb more than a horse rated 99 (ignoring any penalties or allowances). The ratings published in the racecard for handicap races are the ratings that were used to calculate the weight to be carried by each horse, whilst in non-handicaps races the rating shown is that of each runner at the time that the entries for the race were confirmed. Any subsequently published change to a rating, either up or down, is shown in brackets following the rating.

You must be 18 or over to place a bet You may be asked to provide proof of your age when placing a bet. If you cannot produce this, your bet will not be accepted. For additional information, please visit our website www.leicester-racecourse.com


Jargon Buster Accumulator Bet

A bet involving more than one horse/race. Each winning selection then goes on to the next horse (bet). All selections must be successful to win any money back.

Ante post

For many major races you can place your bet well in advance of the day. In the case of the Classics or big National Hunt races such as the Grand National this could be a year or more before the race takes place. The price of the horse you bet on is usually bigger than you would expect to see on the day as it reflects the fact the horse is not guaranteed to line up in the race. You can place an ante post bet until the final declaration stage of the race.

Backed / Backed-In

A ‘backed’ horse is one on which lots of bets have been placed. A horse which is backed-in means that bettors have outlaid a lot of money on that horse, with the result being a decrease in the odds offered

Banker

The horse expected to win – usually a short priced favourite. The strongest selection in a multiple selection.

Bar

Term used when describing bookmakers’ prices. e.g. ‘4-1 bar two’ means that you can obtain at least 4-1 about any horse except for the first two in betting.

Betting Ring

Dead-heat

A tie between two or more horses for first place, or for one of the other finishing positions. In the event of a dead-heat for first place, when a winning bet has been made, half the stake is applied to the selection at full odds and the other half is lost. If more than two horses dead-heat, the stake is proportioned accordingly.

Decimal odds

Used on the Tote and betting exchanges, instead of fractional odds. Decimal odds are expressed as a figure (in round or decimal terms) that represents the potential total winning return to the punter. So, 4 (or 4.0) in Tote or decimal odds is the same as the conventional 3-1, as it represents a potential total winning return of £4 to a £1 stake.

Dividend

The amount that a winning or placed horse returns for every £1 bet.

Double

Consists of one bet involving two selections in different events. Both selections must be successful to get a return, with the winnings from the first selection going on to the second selection. The return is calculated by multiplying the odds on the two selections: e.g. a £10 double on a 2-1 winner and a 7-1 winner pays £240 (£10 on a 2-1 winner = £30, then that £30 on a 7-1 winner = £240).

Drifter

The main area at a racecourse where the bookmakers operate.

A horse whose odds get bigger just before the race due to a lack of support in the market. Often referred to as being “on the drift”.

Board prices

Dual forecast

The generally available odds displayed on the boards of on-course bookmakers. It is from these that the starting price (SP) is derived. ‘Taking the board price’ means taking the last price shown against your selection at the time you strike the bet.

Book

A record of the bets made on a particular race or other sporting event. A bookmaker ‘makes a book’ by determining the likelihood of each possible outcome in a race and presenting this in the form of odds or prices. The book is adjusted according to the amount of money and bets struck on each possible outcome.

Bookmaker

A person/company licensed to accept bets. Also known as a bookie.

Co-favourite

A horse that shares its position at the head of the betting market with at least two other horses.

Combination bet (accumulator)

A bet involving more than one horse with the winnings from each selection going on to the next horse. All selections must be successful to get a return. Combination bets must be placed with the same bookmaker.

A bet where the aim is to select both the winner and runner-up in a race in either order.

Each-way

A bet where half the total stake is for the selection to win and half is for the selection to be placed (usually in the first three, but in big handicaps the places may extend to fourth or fifth).If the selection wins, the win portion is calculated in the normal way, while the place portion of the bet is settled at a fraction of the win odds. This fraction, and the number of places allowed by the bookmaker, depends on the type of race and the number of runners in the race. If the selection is placed but fails to win, the win portion of the stake is lost but, again, the place portion of the bet is settled at a fraction of the win odds.

Evens/Even money

A price of 1-1. When your stake brings equal winnings e.g. £10 staked at evens wins £10 (total return £20).

Exacta / Straight forecast

A bet picking the first and second in a race in the exact order of finish.

Fancied

When a horse is expected to win or at least to be involved in the finish.


Favourite

The horse with the shortest odds in the race.

Forecast

A bet where the aim is to select both the winner and runner-up in a race. A straight forecast is the winner and runner-up in the correct order. A dual forecast is the winner and runner-up in either order.

Gam Care

The national centre for information, advice and practical help with regard to the social impact of gambling.

IBAS

Independent Arbitration Betting Service. An arbitration service that deals with betting disputes between punters and bookmakers.

In-running

Refers to events that take place during the race.

In-running betting

Betting on the outcome of a race during the race itself, rather than beforehand. This type of betting is particularly popular on the betting exchanges, though it is also offered by many bookmakers. In-running odds can change rapidly as the race unfolds.

Jackpot The Jackpot is a tote bet that requires

the selection of the winners of the first six races at a selected meeting. The minimum bet is 50p

Joint-favourite

If two horses have the shortest odds in the betting, they are described as joint-favourites; if three or more horses have the shortest odds, they are co-favourites.

Levy

A surcharge collected from bookmakers, based on their turnover or gross profits, which goes towards prize-money, improvements to racecourses, and other areas such as scientific research. The body responsible for this is the Levy Board.

Market/betting market

A market is created, according to demand, by the prices offered for each runner by bookmakers.

Nap

Over round

In theory, a betting book can be fairly weighted between bookmaker and punter. However, to ensure a profit margin, a bookmaker will alter the odds in their favour. Over round is a means of expressing to what extent the odds are in favour of the bookmaker. An evenly weighted book is expressed as 100%, and the more the odds move in the bookmaker’s favour the more that figure rises. Thus a book that is weighted 20% in favour of a bookmaker is expressed as 120% over round.

Photo finish

In a close race, where the placings cannot be determined easily, the result is determined by the judge by examination of a photograph taken by a camera on the finishing line.

Placepot

Similar rules to the Jackpot, but your selections have only to be placed.

Rails (betting)

This refers to the fence separating the Members area on a racecourse from the Tattersalls area. Bookmakers are not allowed in the Members area, but some bookmakers are allowed to set up their pitches on the Tattersalls side of the rails, allowing them to accept bets. Rails bookmakers are the top end of the racecourse betting market, usually dealing with credit customers.

Return

Total amount received for a winning bet (winnings plus stake) OR the result/final odds for a race e.g. the winner was returned at 4-1.

Rule 4

Tattersalls Rule 4 (c): One of the most commonly invoked betting rules, dealing with deductions from winning bets in the event of any withdrawn runner(s) from a race. The rule applies to winning bets struck at prices (e.g. morning prices) laid before a withdrawal (other than ante-post bets, which are unaffected by Rule 4 (c)) and to starting-price bets where, after a late withdrawal, there is insufficient time to re-form the market. The rate of deductions is in proportion to the odds of the non-runner(s) at the time of the withdrawal.

Shortening odds

The best bet of the day from a particular tipster.

Bookmaker’s reduction of the odds on a particular horse.

Non- Runner A horse that was originally

Short Price

meant to run but for some reason has been withdrawn from the race.

Odds

The chance offered for a selection to win. Also known as price.

Odds-against

Betting odds where the potential winnings are higher than the stake. The numerator is larger than the denominator (e.g. 2-1).

Odds-on

Betting odds where the stake is higher than the potential winnings if the bet is successful. The denominator is larger than the numerator (e.g. 1-2)

Low odds, meaning a punter will get little return for their initial outlay.

Springer

A horse whose price shortens dramatically.

Starting price

Often abbreviated to SP. The starting prices are the final odds prevailing at the time the race starts and are used to determine the pay out to winning punters, unless a punter took a specified price at the time of placing the bet.


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Pick a placed horse in races 1 to 6

No slip, no problem! We want to to make putting your Placepot on as easy as possible. Simply fill out this page and show it to any member of the Tote team who will process your bet. Remember to place your bets early and check your receipt carefully.

Unit Stake:

Meeting: Selection 1 Horse No.

Selection 2 Horse No.

Selection 3 Horse No.

Total Stake: Selection 4 Horse No.

Race 1 Race 2 Race 3 Race 4 Race 5 Race 6

How To Play 1. Fill in the race meeting above.The Placepot is available at every UK & Irish meeting. 2. Write the racecard number of the horse(s) you want to select in the boxes above. Enter ‘FAV’ if you would like the ‘SP favourite’. Pick at least one selection in each race. 3. Finally, choose how much you want to spend.The minimum total stake is £2.


HAYDOCK PARK Race 1 1.30

7f 37y

1 Young Fire (FR) David O’Meara Form: 633,

9-12 Daniel Tudhope TFR: HHHII

2 Cruyff Turn (GB)

9-11

Tim Easterby Form: 011,

David Allan TFR: HHHHI

3 Turn On The Charm (FR) James Fanshawe Form: 414,

9-9

Rossa Ryan TFR: HHHII

4 Kimifive (IRE) Joseph Tuite Form: 335,

Race 2 2.05

9-7

Rhys Clutterbuck (5) TFR: HHHHH

5 Gabrial The Wire (GB) Richard Fahey Form: 0-01,

9-6

Paul Hanagan TFR: HHHII

6 Gifted Ruler (GB)

9-6

Tom Dascombe Richard Kingscote Form: 02-0, TFR: HHIII

7 Tintoretto (IRE) Tom Ward Form: 341,

8 Zip (GB)

Richard Fahey Form: 456,

9-6 David Probert TFR: HHHII

9-5 Ray Dawson (3) TFR: HHHII

9 King’s Knight (IRE) Charles Hills Form: 240,

10 Bravado (FR) Mark Johnston Form: 201,

11 Albadri (IRE)

9-5

Kieran Shoemark TFR: HHHII

9-4 Ben Curtis TFR: HHHII

9-2

Jane Chapple-Hyam Robert Tart Form: 060, TFR: HHIII

1m 6f

1 Sir Rumi (IRE)

9-7

Richard Hannon Form: 216,

Rossa Ryan TFR: HHIII

2 Dhushan (IRE)

9-5

William Haggas Form: 211,

Daniel Tudhope TFR: HHHHI

3 Kondo Isami (IRE) Mark Johnston Form: 120,

9-3 Ben Curtis TFR: HHHHI

4 Soapy Stevens (GB)

9-1

5 Contact (IRE)

9-0

Mark Johnston Form: 110,

Franny Norton TFR: HHIII

David Barron Form: 341,

Connor Beasley TFR: HHHHI

6 Tashkhan (IRE) Brian Ellison Form: 210,

8-13 Harry Russell (5) TFR: HHHHH

7 Harlem Soul (GB) Mark Johnston Form: 4-31,

8-11

Silvestre De Sousa TFR: HHHHI

8 Oceanline (IRE) Alan King Form: 412,

8-10 Martin Harley TFR: HHIII

9 Reverend Hubert (IRE) Richard Hannon Form: 315,

10 Alpine Stroll (GB) Ed de Giles Form: 262,

8-7

Thore Hammer Hansen (3) TFR: HHHII

8-7

Elisha Whittington (5) TFR: HHHII

11 Auriferous (IRE) Andrew Balding Form: 322,

8-5 Hayley Turner TFR: HHIII

12 Summer’s Knight (GB) Sir Mark Prescott Bt Form: 411,

8-0

Luke Morris TFR: HHHHI


Race 3 2.40

1m 3f 175y

1 Alpinista (GB)

9-5

Sir Mark Prescott Bt Form: 22-1,

Luke Morris TFR: HHHHH

2 Bharani Star (GER)

9-5

3 Cabaletta (GB)

9-5

Peter Chapple-Hyam Form: 60-1,

Roger Varian Form: 0-32,

Jack Mitchell TFR: HHHII

4 La Lune (GB)

9-5

Henry Candy Form: 0-11,

5 Makawee (IRE) David O’Meara Form: 233,

Paul Hanagan TFR: HHHII

David Probert TFR: HHHHI

9-5 Daniel Tudhope TFR: HHHII

6 Tribal Craft (GB) Andrew Balding Form: 0-21,

9-5 Hayley Turner TFR: HHHHI

7 Dubai Fountain (IRE)

8-7

8 Lady Hayes (IRE)

8-7

Mark Johnston Form: 105,

Roger Varian Form: 5-42,

Franny Norton TFR: HHHHI Ray Dawson TFR: HHHII

9 Mystery Angel (IRE) George Boughey Form: 142,

8-7

Ben Curtis TFR: HHHII

Race 4 3.15

1m 3f 175y

1 Pablo Escobarr (IRE) William Haggas Form: 0-53,

9-10

Daniel Tudhope TFR: HHHHI

2 Zabeel Champion (GB)

9-8

3 Alounak (FR)

9-6

4 Win O’Clock (GB)

9-6

5 Pirate King (GB)

9-5

6 Aaddeey (IRE)

9-4

Mark Johnston Form: 113,

Ben Curtis TFR: HHHHI

Andrew Balding Silvestre De Sousa Form: 5-00, TFR: HHHII

Roger CharltonThomas Greatrex (3) Form: 540, TFR: HHHII Charlie Fellowes Form: 2-31,

Kieran Shoemark TFR: HHHII

Simon & Ed CrisfordMark Crehan (3) Form: 215, TFR: HHHHI

7 Scarlet Dragon (GB)

9-4

8 Midnights Legacy (GB)

9-4

9 My Frankel (GB)

9-4

Alan King Form: 356,

Alan King Form: 521,

David Probert TFR: HHHII Martin Harley TFR: HHHII

Sir Michael StouteRichard Kingscote Form: 0-10, TFR: HHHII

10 Brilliant Light (GB)

9-3

11 Soto Sizzler (GB)

9-2

Saeed bin Suroor Marco Ghiani (3) Form: 340, TFR: HHHII David Menuisier Form: 202,

David Nolan TFR: HHHHI

12 Grand Bazaar (GB)

9-1

13 Lost Eden (IRE)

9-0

John & Thady GosdenRobert Havlin Form: 10-3, TFR: HHHHI Richard Hannon Form: 110,

14 The Trader (IRE) Mark Johnston Form: 140,

Rossa Ryan TFR: HHHII

8-13 Franny Norton TFR: HHIII

15 Valyrian Steel (IRE)

8-13

16 Dark Jedi (IRE)

8-12

Roger Varian Form: 511, Tim Easterby Form: 22-5,

17 Longsider (IRE)

Sir Mark Prescott Bt Form: 4/1-1,

Jack Mitchell TFR: HHHHH David Allan TFR: HHHHI

8-10 Luke Morris TFR: HHHHI


Race 5 3.50

6f

1 Cashew (IRE)

9-10

George Boughey Mark Crehan (3) Form: 312, TFR: HHHHI

2 Magic Warrior (IRE)

9-7

3 Be Be Ex (IRE)

9-3

Richard Hannon Form: 501,

Rossa Ryan TFR: HHHII

Chris Dwyer Thore Hammer Hansen (3) Form: 663, TFR: HHHII

4 Benzema (GB)

9-2

David O’Meara Form: 440,

Daniel Tudhope TFR: HHHHH

5 Adaay In Asia (GB)

9-0

6 Sahara Spear (GB)

9-0

7 Lady Dollars (GB)

9-0

Harry Dunlop Form: 341,

David Probert TFR: HHHHI

Richard Fahey Form: 424,

Tom Ward Form: 306,

Paul Hanagan TFR: HHHII

Richard Kingscote TFR: HHIII

8 Bungley (IRE)

9-0

Tim Easterby Form: 630,

David Allan TFR: HHHII

Race 6 4.25

6f

1 Judicial (IRE)

9-12

Julie Camacho Form: 5-03,

Graham Lee TFR: HHHII

2 Lampang (IRE) Tim Easterby Form: 610,

3 Danzeno (GB)

9-5

Michael Appleby Form: 22-0,

Ray Dawson TFR: HHHHI

4 Meraas (GB)

9-5

Mark Johnston Form: 660-,

Franny Norton TFR: HHHII

5 Motagally (GB) Charles Hills Form: 3-42,

9-9 David Allan TFR: HHHII

9-5

Kieran Shoemark TFR: HHHII

6 Fivethousandtoone (IRE) 8-13 Andrew Balding Silvestre De Sousa Form: 20-0, TFR: HHHHH

7 Caleco (IRE) Brian Barr Form: 0-5,

8-8 Rhys Clutterbuck TFR: HIIII

Race 7 4.55

5f

1 Ey Up It’s Maggie (GB)

9-11

2 Imperium Blue (GB)

9-10

Tony Coyle Form: 413,

Kieran Schofield (5) TFR: HHHII

Nigel Tinkler Faye McManoman (3) Form: 601, TFR: HHHII

3 Ready Freddie Go (IRE)

9-7

4 Miss Nay Never (IRE)

9-5

5 Ballintoy Harbour (IRE)

9-3

6 Sir Titus (IRE)

9-3

Ollie Pears Form: 140,

John Quinn Form: 1-01,

Paul Midgley Form: 136,

Bryan Smart Form: 3-11,

Harry Russell (5) TFR: HHHII Paul Hanagan TFR: HHHII Luke Morris TFR: HHIII Graham Lee TFR: HHHHH

7 Country Carnival (IRE)

9-3

8 Lost My Sock (IRE)

9-1

9 Water of Leith (IRE)

9-0

David O’Meara Form: 003,

Tim Easterby Form: 213,

Rebecca Menzies Form: 005,

Daniel Tudhope TFR: HHHII David Allan TFR: HHHII

Robert Tart TFR: HHIII


SANDOWN PARK Race 1 1.15

Race 2 1.50

5f 10y

1 Hurricane Ivor (IRE) William Haggas Form: D5-0,

9-12

Tom Marquand TFR: HHIII

2 Lihou (GB)

9-6

David Evans Pierre-Louis Jamin (5) Form: 443, TFR: HHHII

3 Mokaatil (GB)

9-6

Ian Williams Form: 401,

David Egan TFR: HHHHI

4 Spoof (GB)

9-5

Charles Hills Form: 621,

James Doyle TFR: HHHII

5 Bossipop (GB)

9-5

Tim Easterby Form: 134,

Rob Hornby TFR: HHHII

6 Firepower (FR)

9-3

William Muir & Chris Grassick Martin Dwyer Form: 6/60-, TFR: HIIII

7 Pop Dancer (IRE) Tony Carroll Form: 255,

9-2 Jason Watson TFR: HHIII

8 Saaheq (GB)

9-1

Amanda Perrett Form: 501,

Sean Levey TFR: HHHHH

9 Pettochside (GB) John Bridger Form: 000,

8-12

Saffie Osborne (5) TFR: HHIII

10 Phoenix Star (IRE)

8-9

1 Lazuli (IRE)

Charlie Appleby Form: 1-31,

2 Ainsdale (GB) K. R. Burke Form: 326,

3 Arecibo (FR) Robert Cowell Form: 612,

9-6 James Doyle TFR: HHHHI

9-3 Clifford Lee TFR: HHHII

9-3 Jamie Spencer TFR: HHHHI

4 Came From The Dark (IRE)9-3 Ed Walker Form: 312,

Tom Marquand TFR: HHHHH

5 Count d’Orsay (IRE)

9-3

6 Rocket Action (GB)

9-3

7 Stone of Destiny (GB)

9-3

8 Keep Busy (IRE)

9-0

Tim Easterby Form: 030,

Robert Cowell Form: 4-50,

Andrew Balding Form: 230,

John Quinn Form: 551,

9 Atalis Bay (GB) Marco Botti Form: 121,

Rob Hornby TFR: HHHII

David Egan TFR: HIIII

Oisin Murphy TFR: HHHII Ryan Moore TFR: HHHHI

8-12 Andrea Atzeni TFR: HHHII

10 Happy Romance (IRE) Richard Hannon Form: 150,

Jessica Macey Oliver Stammers (5) Form: 124, TFR: HHHII

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5f 10y

8-9

Sean Levey TFR: HHHII


Race 3 2.25

1m

1 Montatham (GB) William Haggas Form: 20-3,

9-10

Adam Farragher (5) TFR: HHHHI

2 Accidental Agent (GB)

9-7

3 Bedouin’s Story (GB)

9-6

4 Marie’s Diamond (IRE)

9-6

5 Beat Le Bon (FR)

9-5

Eve Johnson Houghton Form: 0-40,

Charles Bishop TFR: HHHII

Saeed bin Suroor Form: 520,

Pat Cosgrave TFR: HHHII

Mark Johnston Form: 206,

Andrea Atzeni TFR: HHHII

Richard Hannon Form: 325,

6 Escobar (IRE)

Sean Levey TFR: HHHHI

9-4

David O’Meara Form: 650,

Adam Kirby TFR: HHHII

7 Orbaan (GB)

9-2

David O’Meara Form: 0-55,

Jamie Spencer TFR: HHHHI

8 Maydanny (IRE)

9-1

Mark Johnston Form: 6-20,

Dane O’Neill TFR: HHHII

9 Magical Morning (GB) John & Thady Gosden Form: 02-0,

10 Trais Fluors (GB) Mick Channon Form: 410,

11 Acquitted (IRE)

9-0

Frankie Dettori TFR: HHHHH

8-12 Oisin Murphy TFR: HHHHI

8-11

Hugo Palmer Form: 202,

James Doyle TFR: HHHHI

12 Fantasy Believer (IRE) Charles Hills Form: 000,

8-6

John Egan TFR: HHIII

13 Plantadream (GB)

8-5

14 Pythagoras (IRE)

8-5

15 Ransom (GB)

8-3

John Best Form: 4-03,

Richard Fahey Form: 460,

r Sir Michael Stoute unne on-R Form:N143,

Martin Dwyer TFR: HHHII

Paddy Mathers TFR: HHHII

TFR: HHHHI

Race 4 3.00

1m

1 Aunty Bridy (IRE) William Haggas Form: 62-0,

9-0

Adam Farragher TFR: HHHII

2 Auria (GB)

9-0

Andrew Balding Form: 1-24,

Oisin Murphy TFR: HHHHI

3 Glesga Gal (IRE)

9-0

Hugo Palmer Form: 1-10,

James Doyle TFR: HHHHI

4 Kestenna (GB)

9-0

John & Thady Gosden Frankie Dettori Form: 250, TFR: HHHII

5 Lucid Dreamer (GB)

9-0

6 Ready To Venture (GB)

9-0

Roger Charlton Form: 11-0,

David Egan TFR: HHHII

William Haggas Form: 1-36,

Tom Marquand TFR: HHHII

7 Rosemary And Thyme (GB) 9-0 Hughie Morrison Form: 234,

Rob Hornby TFR: HHIII

8 Seattle Rock (GB) Sylvester Kirk Form: 001,

9 Senita (GB)

9-0 Dane O’Neill TFR: HHHII

9-0

John & Thady Gosden Form: 1-06,

Andrea Atzeni TFR: HHHII

10 Shine For You (GB)

9-0

11 Statement (IRE)

9-0

Richard Hannon Form: 3-46, Martyn Meade Form: 203,

Race 5 3.35 1 Addeybb (IRE)

Sean Levey TFR: HHHII Ryan Moore TFR: HHHHH

1m 1f 209y 9-7

William Haggas Form: 1-21,

Tom Marquand TFR: HHHII

2 Mishriff (IRE)

9-7

John & Thady Gosden David Egan Form: 0-11, TFR: HHHHH

3 El Drama (IRE) Roger Varian Form: 310,

8-11 Andrea Atzeni TFR: HHIII

4 St Mark’s Basilica (FR) Aidan O’Brien Form: 1-11,

8-11

Ryan Moore TFR: HHHHI


Race 6 4.10

1m 1f 209y

1 Breath Caught (GB)

10-0

2 Rhythmic Intent (IRE)

9-11

Ralph Beckett Form: 216-,

Rob Hornby TFR: HHHII

Stuart Williams Form: 2-60,

Sean Levey TFR: HHHII

3 Restorer (GB) Ian Williams Form: 532,

9-11

Oliver Stammers (5) TFR: HHHII

4 Pivoine (IRE)

9-10

Andrew Balding Form: 041,

Oisin Murphy TFR: HHHHI

5 Man of The Night (FR) Richard Hannon Form: 531,

9-8

Ryan Moore TFR: HHHII

6 Classical Wave (GB) Roger Varian Form: 122,

9-7

David Egan TFR: HHHHI

7 Dream With Me (IRE) Mark Johnston Form: 110,

9-6

Frankie Dettori TFR: HHHII

8 Makram (IRE)

9-6

Roger Charlton Form: 522,

James Doyle TFR: HHHHH

9 Luigi Vampa (FR) David Menuisier Form: 105,

9-5 Jason Watson TFR: HHHII

10 Water’s Edge (IRE) George Baker Form: 345,

9-0

Pat Cosgrave TFR: HHHII

11 Sword Beach (IRE)

8-9

Eve Johnson Houghton Charles Bishop Form: 623, TFR: HHHII

Race 7 4.45

7f

1 Run To Freedom (GB) Henry Candy Form: 21-2,

9-10

Oisin Murphy TFR: HHHHH

2 Third Kingdom (GB)

9-7

John & Thady Gosden David Egan Form: 31-5, TFR: HHHHI

3 Il Bandito (IRE)

9-3

Charles Hills Form: 312,

Ryan Moore TFR: HHHHI

4 Bowman (IRE)

9-2

Mark Johnston Form: 160,

Frankie Dettori TFR: HHHII

5 Fantasy Master (GB) Michael Appleby Form: 043,

6 Farasi Lane (IRE) Tom Ward Form: 252,

8-13

Rob Hornby TFR: HHHHI

8-13

Tom Marquand TFR: HHHII

7 Onaraggatip (GB)

8-6

8 North of Amazing (GB)

8-6

Rod Millman Form: 404,

K. R. Burke Form: 345,

Kieran O’Neill TFR: HHIII Jane Elliott TFR: HHIII

9 Typical Man (GB) Ian Williams Form: 152,

8-5

Andrea Atzeni TFR: HHHII

Race 8 5.15

1m 1f 209y

1 Aveta (FR)

9-9

Ralph Beckett Form: 6-13,

Rob Hornby TFR: HHIII

2 Remedium (GB)

9-8

Richard Hannon Form: 223,

Sean Levey TFR: HHIII

3 Wink of An Eye (GB)

9-7

4 Urban War (IRE)

9-7

William Haggas Form: 311,

Tom Marquand TFR: HHHHH

Amy Murphy Form: 402,

George Wood TFR: HHIII

5 Helm Rock (GB)

9-7

Daniel & Claire Kubler James Doyle Form: 511, TFR: HHHHI

6 Forever Forward (IRE) Clive Cox Form: 423,

9-6

Adam Kirby TFR: HHHII

7 Something Enticing (IRE) 9-6 David Elsworth Form: 123,

David Egan TFR: HHHII

8 Pure Bubbles (GER) Gary Moore Form: 434,

9-6

Ryan Moore TFR: HHHHI

9 Currency Exchange (IRE) 9-5 James Ferguson Form: 235,

Oisin Murphy TFR: HHIII

10 Aggagio (FR)

9-5

Sophie Leech Form: 015,

Trevor Whelan TFR: HHIII

11 Balearic (IRE)

9-3

Paul & Oliver Cole Form: 153,

Andrea Atzeni TFR: HHIII

12 Big Boy Bobby (IRE) Roger Charlton nner n-Ru No50-5, Form:

TFR: HHHHI

13 Beautiful Crown (GB) Brett Johnson Form: 254,

9-0

Dane O’Neill TFR: HHIII

14 Rewired (GB) David Menuisier Form: 2-30,

9-2

8-13

Pierre-Louis Jamin (5) TFR: HHHII

15 Gleneaglet (GB) Charlie Fellowes Form: 632,

8-13

Jamie Spencer TFR: HHHII

16 Saratoga Gold (GB)

8-12

17 Mustazeed (IRE)

8-11

Charles Hills Form: 16-6,

Chris Wall Form: 031,

John Egan TFR: HHIII

Martin Dwyer TFR: HHHHI




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O Owner

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J Jockey

T Trainer

S Sponsor

6f

First Race 1.00 The Smooth Breakfast With Gareth Evans Selling Stakes (Class 5) for two yrs old x Total race value £6500 Owners Prize Money. 1st £2262, 2nd £1130, 3rd £566, 4th £282, 5th £240, 6th £240, 7th £240, 8th £240. (Penalty Value £2862)

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1 BELOVED OF ALL (IRE) (22) (£7000) 000

Br Ch c Starspangledbanner (AUS) - Midnight Oasis (Oasis Dream) O Sheikh Abdullah Almalek Alsabah B Kevin Blake

st-lb

Draw

9-0

(6)

Connor Murtagh (3) J Richard Fahey, Malton T Richard Fahey Racing S

TIMEFORM VIEW Thrice-raced maiden. 40/1, nineteenth of 20 in seller at York (6f, good) 22 days ago. Needs to raise his game in order to make an impact here. TFRHIIII BHA50

2 BLINK TWICE (GB) (35) (£7000) 00 Br B g Poet’s Voice - Blynx (Equiano (FR)) O Jonny Allison & Partner B Manor Farm Stud (Rutland)

9-0

(3)

Edward Greatrex J Eve Johnson Houghton, Blewbury T ABM Catering Limited S

TIMEFORMVIEW Twice-raced maiden.Last of 9 in minor event at Salisbury (5f,good,50/1) 35 days ago.Hopes pinned on first-time blinkers sparking improvement now eased in class. TFRHIIII BHA-

3 CASSIEL (IRE) (25) (£7000) 60

9-0

Br B c Dark Angel (IRE) - Masaya (Dansili) O Dahab Racing B Yeomanstown Stud

(1)

P. J. McDonald J Charlie Fellowes, Newmarket T

TIMEFORM VIEW Twice-raced maiden. Last of 10 in minor event at Salisbury (6f, good, 33/1) 25 days ago. Hard to warm to, despite dropping in grade. TFRHIIII BHA-

4 CHAOTIC CARTER (IRE) (35) (£7000) 0 Br B c Kodiac - An Chulainn (IRE) (Tamayuz) O Chris Kiely Racing Limited B The Cottage Stud

9-0

(5)

Shane Kelly J David Evans, Abergavenny T Emma Evans Racing Ltd S

TIMEFORMVIEWOnce-raced maiden.Ninth of 10 in maiden (28/1) at Chester (6.1f,good to soft) on debut 35 days ago. Will be more street-wise this time and no surprise were he to take a step forward. TFRHHHII BHA-

5 WARREN ROAD (GB) (-) (£7000)

Br B g Garswood - Fleur de Lis (Nayef (USA)) O The Gredley Family B Stetchworth & Middle Park Studs Ltd

9-0

(9)

Callum Shepherd J Michael Bell, Newmarket T Unex Group S

TIMEFORMVIEWFoaled February 11.Half-brother to several winners,including useful 2-y-o 6f winnerVange and winner abroad by Medicean. Dam ran once.Wears visor on debut, but needs a close look in the betting. TFRHHHHH BHA-

6 ACCACIA (GB) (27) (£7000) 046

Br B f Aclaim (IRE) - Trust The Wind (Dansili) O Mr S W Banks & Mr Mark Windsor B Hungerford Park Stud

8-9

(8)

Hollie Doyle J Archie Watson, Upper Lambourn T

TIMEFORMVIEW Thrice-raced maiden. 8/1, sixth of 10 in seller at Goodwood (5f, good) 27 days ago. Cheekpieces on 1st time and claims judged on what she showed at Thirsk on penultimate start. TFRHHHHI BHA63

7 FLASH BETTY (GB) (22) (£7000) 04540

Br B f Gregorian (IRE) - Bridie Ffrench (Bahamian Bounty) O SIX OR STICKS 2020 B Mike Channon Bloodstock Limited

8-9

(10)

Rose Dawes (7) J Mick Channon, West Ilsley T Mike Channon Bloodstock Ltd S

TIMEFORM VIEW Lightly-raced maiden. Below form tenth of 20 in seller at York (6f, good, 18/1) 22 days ago. Looks vulnerable from a win point of view. TFRHHHII BHA60

8 LETHALLY LOVELY (GB) (9) (£7000) 560

Br Gr f Lethal Force (IRE) - Really Lovely (IRE) (Galileo (IRE)) O Mr Khalifa Dasmal B Mr & Mrs Paul & Clare Rooney

8-9

(11)

Stefano Cherchi (5) J Adrian Nicholls, Sessay T Al Basti Equiworld S

TIMEFORM VIEW Thrice-raced maiden. 33/1, last of 9 in minor event at Newcastle (6f) 9 days ago. Each-way chance judged on previous effort at Redcar. TFRHHHII BHA62

9 MADAME MANGO (IRE) (27) (£7000) 500 Br B f Kodiac - Altogether (IRE) (King’s Best (USA)) O Mr J. S. Moore B Aughamore Stud

8-9

(12)

Laura Coughlan (5) J J. S. Moore, Upper Lambourn T

TIMEFORM VIEW Thrice-raced maiden. Hooded for 1st time, ninth of 10 in seller (50/1) at Goodwood (5f, good) 27 days ago. Readily passed over. TFRHIIII BHA52 22


10 MIAMAY (IRE) (16) (£7000) 0

Br B f Vadamos (FR) - Kayjo (IRE) (Bushranger (IRE)) O Dethrone Racing B Tally-Ho Stud

8-9

(4)

Charlie Bennett J Henry Spiller, Newmarket T CG Asset Management S

TIMEFORM VIEW Once-raced maiden. Last of 11 in maiden at Chelmsford City (6f, 50/1) on debut 16 days ago. Easy enough to look elsewhere. TFRHIIII BHA-

11 PINK MOONRISE (GB) (27) (£7000) 00

Br B f Heeraat (IRE) - Song To The Moon (IRE) (Oratorio (IRE)) O Mr R. Kent B Mickley Stud & Mr Tony Jones

8-9

(7)

Darragh Keenan J David Evans, Abergavenny T Emma Evans Racing Ltd S

TIMEFORM VIEW Twice-raced maiden. Eighth of 10 in seller at Goodwood (5f, good, 40/1) 27 days ago.Yard saddles a more appealing candidate in Chaotic Carter. TFRHIIII BHA-

12 WITHY ROCK (GB) (-) (£7000)

8-9

(2)

William Carson J Bill Turner, Sherborne T

TIMEFORM VIEW Foaled May 1. Saddler’s Rock filly. Dam bumper winner. Yard can ready a newcomer, but this filly doesn’t appeal as a probable first-time-out winner on paper. TFRHHIII BHA2020:MEETING ABANDONED DECLARED RUNNERS 12 Blinkers worn first time by No. 2. Visor worn first time by No. 5. Sheepskin Cheek Pieces worn first time by No. 6. Hood worn by No. 9. Running for the first time since Gelding No. 5. Stewards Note: BLINK TWICE: Following its run on 29/5/2021 it was reported that the horse slowed after an early impediment. Probable S.P’s: 5-2 Warren Road (GB), 4-1 Accacia (GB), 11-2 Flash Betty (GB), 7-1 Lethally Lovely (GB), 10-1 Chaotic Carter (IRE), 20-1 Withy Rock (GB), 28-1 Beloved of All (IRE), 33-1 Blink Twice (GB), 40-1 Cassiel (IRE), Madame Mango (IRE), 50-1 Pink Moonrise (GB), 66-1 Miamay (IRE)

PLAY SMARTER

For all that it’s disconcerting that WARREN ROAD is pitched into a race at this level on debut, not to mention equipped with a visor, it will look highly significant if the market speaks in his favour. Indeed, he is appealing on paper and those with experience hardly set a high standard. Accacia is a big player judged on her effort at Thirsk in May and Chaotic Carter is also worth a second look.

TIMEFORM PREDICTION: 1.WARREN ROAD 2.ACCACIA 3.CHAOTIC CARTER (IRE)

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Br B f Saddler’s Rock (IRE) - Water Willow (Tobougg (IRE)) O Mr A. Lees B Mr A. F. Lees


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6f

Second Race 1.35 The Showcase Cinemas EBF Maiden Stakes (Class 5)

for maiden three yrs old and upwards x Total race value £7000 Owners Prize Money. 1st £2987, 2nd £1493, 3rd £747, 4th £373. (Penalty Value £3780)

colours no horse

1 HAIDARAH (GB) (-)

Br B g Invincible Spirit (IRE) - Natagora (FR) O Mr Nick Bell and Partner B Shadwell Estate Company Limited

age

st-lb

Draw

4

9-11

(9)

Hollie Doyle J Michael Bell, Newmarket T Michael Bell Racing S

TIMEFORMVIEW 6,500 gns 4-y-o, Invincible Spirit gelding. Half-brother to 3 winners,including smart winner up to 1m Mankib and 2-y-o 6.5f winner Raaqy. Interesting to see what the market has to say. TFRHHHII BHA-

2 JUST TITCH (GB) (17) 0

5

Br B g Mazameer (IRE) - Bongoali O Christine Dunnett Racing (Arryzona) B Mrs Christine Dunnett

9-11

(6)

Stefano Cherchi (5) J Christine Dunnett, Norwich T Christine Dunnett Racing S

TIMEFORM VIEW Once-raced gelding. 250/1, twelfth of 14 in maiden at Chelmsford City (7f) on debut 17 days ago, very slowly away. Hard to fancy. TFRHIIII BHA-

3 ROYAL PARTNERSHIP (GB) (18) 55 Br B g Shamardal (USA) - Adoringly (IRE) O Godolphin B Godolphin

4

9-11

(5)

Josephine Gordon J Saeed bin Suroor, Newmarket T Emirates Fly Better S

TIMEFORM VIEW Twice-raced gelding. 11/1, fifth of 9 in minor event at Thirsk (7f, good to firm) 18 days ago. That represented a backward step, but he’s in good hands and may be worth another chance. TFRHHIII BHA-

4 ENSYAABY (IRE) (9) 62-2443 BF

3

Br B g Dark Angel (IRE) - Staceymac (IRE) O Shadwell Estate Company Ltd B Mr James Waldron

9-5

(7)

Dougie Costello J Marcus Tregoning, Whitsbury T

TIMEFORMVIEW Fairly useful gelding. Creditable third of 8 in handicap at this C&D (good, 10/3) 9 days ago, needing stiffer test. Could do with going back up in trip, but leading claims nonetheless.Visor applied. TFRHHHHI BHA76

5 HELLO ZABEEL (IRE) (49) 20 BF

3

Br B c Frankel - Lady of The Desert (USA) O Mr Jaber Abdullah B Rabbah Bloodstock Limited

9-5

(10)

Shane Kelly J Kevin Ryan, Hambleton T

TIMEFORM VIEW Twice-raced colt. 11/8, last of 12 in minor event at Doncaster (6f, soft) 49 days ago. Previously TFRHHHII BHAshaped well on debut at the same course and he’s certainly not one to give up on.

6 MINE’S A DOUBLE (GB) (-)

3

Br B c Mukhadram - Mosa Mine O Maywood Stud B Maywood Stud

9-5

(8)

Hector Crouch J Clive Cox, Hungerford T

TIMEFORM VIEW Mukhadram colt. Half-brother to 3 winners, including 5f winner Becker and winner up to 1m Lady Kheleyf.Yard can ready a newcomer and the market should point the way. TFRHHHII BHA-

7 MOTORIOUS (GB) (18) 4-52

3

Br B g Muhaarar - Squash O Opulence Thoroughbreds B Kirtlington Stud & Mrs Mary Taylor

9-5

(4)

Ross Coakley J Stuart Williams, Newmarket T Tote S

TIMEFORM VIEW Promising individual. Second of 7 in maiden at Beverley (5f, good to firm, 11/4) 18 days ago. Remains open to improvement and should make a bold bid to go one better here. TFRHHHHH BHA71

8 ABOARD THE BEAGLE (GB) (14) 0 Br B f Mayson - Round The Cape O Mrs P. T. Tellwright B P. T. Tellwright

3

9-0

(3)

Pat Dobbs J Richard Hannon, Marlborough T Tote S

TIMEFORM VIEW Once-raced filly. Ninth of 10 in minor event (80/1) at Newmarket (8f, good) on debut 14 days ago. Down in trip and will need to leave that initial effort well behind if she’s to play a leading role. TFRHIIII BHA-

9 FIRST VERSE (IRE) (297) 05-

Br B f Dandy Man (IRE) - Bronte Sister (IRE) O Twenty Four Carrot Racing B Marston Stud

3

9-0

(2)

Charlie Bennett J Mark Usher, Lambourn T Tote S

TIMEFORM VIEW Twice-raced filly. Fifth of 8 in minor event at Kempton (6f, 10/1), unable to sustain effort. Off 9 months. First run for yard after leaving James Tate and she’s open to improvement. TFRHHIII BHA26


10 SWEET NOTHING (GB) (25) 0

3

Br Ch f Charming Thought - Soundwave O Manor Farm Stud & Partner B Manor Farm Stud (Rutland)

9-0

(1)

P. J. McDonald J Robert Cowell, Newmarket T Manor Farm Stud (Rutland) S

TIMEFORMVIEW Once-raced filly. Seventh of 8 in minor event (10/1) at Wolverhampton (5.1f) on debut 25 days ago. Probably more of a long-term prospect. TFRHIIII BHADECLARED RUNNERS 10 Visor worn first time by No. 4. Running for the first time since Gelding No. 1. Stewards Note: JUST TITCH: Following its run on 16/6/2021 it was reported that the horse was slowly away. HELLO ZABEEL: Following its run on 15/5/2021 it was reported that the horse hung left and weakened quickly. Probable S.P’s: 9-4 Ensyaaby (IRE), 4-1 Motorious (GB), 9-2 Hello Zabeel (IRE), 9-1 Mine’s A Double (GB), 10-1 Haidarah (GB), 12-1 Royal Partnership (GB), 25-1 First Verse (IRE), 40-1 Sweet Nothing (GB), 66-1 Aboard The Beagle (GB), 300-1 Just Titch (GB)

PLAY SMARTER

MOTORIOUS took a step forward when going close over 5f at Beverley last time and, with this step back up in trip unlikely to pose a problem and further progress anticipated, he gets the nod. Ensyaaby is a much-respected main danger, for all that he shaped as though a stiffer test was needed when third over C&D recently, while Hello Zabeel also enters calculations.

TIMEFORM PREDICTION: 1.MOTORIOUS 2.ENSYAABY (IRE) 3.HELLO ZABEEL (IRE)

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Third Race 2.10 The CDA Wine Cooler Handicap Stakes (Class 5)

for three yrs old x Total race value £6500 Owners Prize Money. 1st £2262, 2nd £1130, 3rd £566, 4th £282, 5th £240, 6th £240. (Penalty Value £2862) Weights lowered 1lb.

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1 REAMS OF LOVE (GB) (23) 330-52 Br B c Frankel - Night of Light (IRE) O Crone Stud Farms Ltd B Niarchos Family

st-lb

Draw

9-6

(3)

P. J. McDonald J Mark Johnston, Middleham T Johnston Racing Ltd S

TIMEFORM VIEW Fair maiden. Good second (Hafez third) of 8 in handicap (11/2) at Haydock (10.2f, good to firm) 23 days ago. TFRHHHHI BHA70

2 DOLPHIN (GB) (27) 053

9-6

Br B f Sea The Stars (IRE) - Dolma (FR) O Lady Bamford B The Rt Hon Lord Rothschild

(4)

Hollie Doyle J Roger Charlton, Beckhampton T

TIMEFORM VIEW Thrice-raced maiden. Best effort when third of 8 in maiden (25/1) at Goodwood (1 1/4m, good) 27 days ago. Likely more to come now handicapping over further. TFRHHHHH BHA70

3 EVALUATION (GB) (29) 55-534 BF

9-4

(1)

Pat Dobbs J Sir Michael Stoute, Newmarket T

TIMEFORM VIEW Caught the eye on his final qualifying run but has yet to make the expected progress in handicaps. Still early days but needs a first-time visor to help get his career back on track. TFRHHHII BHA68

4 HAFEZ (IRE) (5) 33-5352

9-4

Br Br g Dark Angel (IRE) - Stellar Path (FR) O The Hidden Brace B J. Hanly, A. Stroud and T. Stewart

(6)

Laura Pearson (5) J Alice Haynes, Newmarket T

TIMEFORM VIEW 7/1 and cheekpieces on first time, shaped well when second of 11 in handicap at Lingfield (11.6f, soft) 5 days ago, doing too much too soon. Respected under good 5lb claimer. TFRHHHHI BHA68

5 TRUE COURAGE (GB) (16) 640-021 D Br Br g Le Havre (IRE) - Pearly Steph (FR) O Mr Stuart Mizon B SCEA Haras de Saint Pair

9-4

(5)

Dylan Hogan (3) J Michael Bell, Newmarket T Michael Bell Racing S

TIMEFORM VIEW Career best when winning 8-runner handicap at Ripon (1 1/2m, good to firm, 5/2) 16 days ago. TFRHHHII BHA68 6lb rise demands more but he is going the right way.

6 SHAMARDALAH (GB) (28) 065-4

9-2

Br Ch f Shamardal (USA) - Mardie Gras O Sheikh Juma Dalmook Al Maktoum B Rabbah Bloodstock Limited

(2)

Cieren Fallon J William Haggas, Newmarket T

TIMEFORMVIEWFair form.Hooded first time,shaped as if better for run when fourth of 8 in handicap at Lingfield (1 1/4m, good to firm, 7/1) on reappearance 28 days ago. Should have more to offer for top yard. TFRHHHHI BHA66 DECLARED RUNNERS 6 Visor worn first time by No. 3. Visor worn by No. 5. Sheepskin Cheek Pieces worn by No. 4. Stewards Note: HAFEZ: Following its run on 28/6/2021 it was reported that the horse hung left handed. Probable S.P’s: 7-2 True Courage (GB), 4-1 Dolphin (GB), Hafez (IRE), 6-1 Reams of Love (GB), Evaluation (GB), Shamardalah (GB)

PLAY SMARTER

A case can be made for all of these. DOLPHIN is certainly bred to be a good deal better than an opening mark of 70 so she gets the nod under Hollie Doyle. Hafez shaped quite well when stepped up to this sort of trip at Lingfield last time so he’s put forward for the forecast spot ahead of Shamardalah.

TIMEFORM PREDICTION: 1.DOLPHIN 2.HAFEZ (IRE) 3.SHAMARDALAH

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Fourth Race 2.45 The Smooth Radio East Midlands EBF Fillies’ Handicap Stakes (Class 4) for three yrs old and upwards fillies and mares x Total race value £15900 Owners Prize Money. 1st £6194, 2nd £3098, 3rd £1548, 4th £774, 5th £387. (Penalty Value £7851) Weights raised 3lb and paragraphs 27 to 31 of the Weights and Handicapping Code complied with where applicable.

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1 MYSTERY SHOW (IRE) (17) 15-6104 D Br B f Showcasing - Mystery Bet (IRE) O Poulin, MacLennan, Tynan, Wachman, et al B Ballyphilip Stud

age

st-lb

Draw

3

9-9

(2)

Hollie Doyle J Archie Watson, Upper Lambourn T

TIMEFORMVIEW Latest win atAscot in May. Not disgraced when fourth of 5 in handicap at Ripon (9.8f, good to firm) 17 days ago, though she flashed her tail under pressure. Considered. TFRHHHII BHA82

2 PORTFOLIO (JPN) (39) 25-34

3

Br B f Deep Impact (JPN) - Diploma O The Queen B Her Majesty The Queen

9-6

(3)

Pat Dobbs J Sir Michael Stoute, Newmarket T

TIMEFORMVIEW Fair maiden. 4/1, good fourth of 6 in handicap at Newcastle (10.2f) 39 days ago. In the mix again in search of her first win. TFRHHHII BHA79

3 JEWEL IN MY CROWN (GB) (23) 34-411 D Br Gr f Mukhadram - Rosa Grace O Mr E. P. Duggan B Mr E. Duggan

3

9-6

(1)

Callum Shepherd J Rae Guest, Newmarket T Flahive Brickwork Ltd S

TIMEFORM VIEW Upwardly-mobile filly who arrives on a hat-trick after wins at Brighton and Nottingham, forging clear on latter occasion. Open to further progress over 1m2f and the one to beat. TFRHHHHH BHA79 Br B f Muhaarar - Memoria O Shadwell Estate Company Ltd B Brook Stud Bloodstock Ltd

3

9-6

(4)

P. J. McDonald J Mark Johnston, Middleham T Johnston Racing Ltd S

TIMEFORM VIEW Winner at Beverley in May and has continued in good form, third of 5 in handicap at Ripon (9.8f, good to firm) 17 days ago. Ought to be competitive again. TFRHHHII BHA79

5 UNFOOLISH (IRE) (22) 033

3

Br B f Fastnet Rock (AUS) - Foolish Act (IRE) O Mr A. Davis B B. V. Sangster

9-2

(5)

Josephine Gordon J Henry Candy, Wantage T

TIMEFORM VIEW Has hinted at promise, travelling strongly long way when third of 5 in minor event at Chepstow (12f, good to firm) 22 days ago. Goes into handicaps with more to offer, especially back in trip here. TFRHHHHI BHA75 DECLARED RUNNERS 5 Blinkers worn by No. 1. Probable S.P’s: 2-1 Jewel In My Crown (GB), 3-1 Khezaana (IRE), 9-2 Portfolio (JPN), 5-1 Unfoolish (IRE), 10-1 Mystery Show (IRE)

PLAY SMARTER

A few of these offer potential, not least JEWEL IN MY CROWN who relished the step up to 1m2f when scoring at Nottingham and can defy a 4lb rise to complete her hat-trick. Henry Candy’s lightly-raced Unfoolish also has better days ahead of her and is feared most on her first go in a handicap, while in-form Portfolio isn’t ruled out easily either in her bid for a breakthrough victory.

TIMEFORM PREDICTION: 1.JEWEL IN MY CROWN 2.UNFOOLISH (IRE) 3.PORTFOLIO (JPN)

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Fifth Race 3.20 The KLG Windows And Conservatories Handicap Stakes (Class 3) for three yrs old and upwards x Total race value £11500 Owners Prize Money. 1st £4907, 2nd £2453, 3rd £1227, 4th £613. (Penalty Value £6210)

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1 CORVAIR (IRE) (16) 45-0020 D Br B g Toronado (IRE) - Nagham (IRE) O Sheikh Juma Dalmook Al Maktoum B Mubarak Al Naemi

age

st-lb

Draw

4

10-0

(8)

P. J. McDonald J Simon & Ed Crisford, Newmarket T

TIMEFORM VIEW 33/1, below form eleventh of 28 in Buckingham Palace Stake at Royal Ascot (7f, firm) 16 days ago, not for the first time starting very slowly.This less demanding but he’s not the easiest to predict. TFRHHHII BHA94

2 DANCE FEVER (IRE) (16) 111/42-0 D

4

Br B g Sir Prancealot (IRE) - Silk Fan (IRE) O Kennet Valley Thoroughbreds VIII B Silk Fan Syndicate

9-13

(1)

Hector Crouch J Clive Cox, Hungerford T Oakman Group PLC, Clive Cox Racing Limited S

TIMEFORM VIEW 25/1, nineteenth of 28 in Buckingham Palace Stakes at Royal Ascot (7f, firm) 16 days ago, possibly in need of the run on the back of 11 months off. May well step up considerably here. TFRHHHII BHA93

3 TYPHOON TEN (IRE) (14) 033222 D

5

Br B g Slade Power (IRE) - Cake (IRE) O Mr Des Anderson B Mr D. J. Anderson

9-9

(7)

Pat Dobbs J Richard Hannon, Marlborough T

TIMEFORM VIEW Fifteen runs since last win in 2020 but deserving credit for his consistency, just failing to get up at Newmarket (6f) last month. Mark is creeping up again but big player in present groove. TFRHHHHI BHA89

4 GOLDEN FORCE (GB) (119) 631-405 CD Br B g Lethal Force (IRE) - Malilla (IRE) O Mr A. M. Mitchell B Mrs Tina Cox

5

9-4

(2)

Hollie Doyle J Charlie Fellowes, Newmarket T Charlie Fellowes Racing, UK Meds Direct Limited S

TIMEFORM VIEW C&D winner. Latest win at Wolverhampton (8.6f) in December. 9/1, below form fifth of 7 in handicap at Lingfield (8f,AW) in March, weakening home turn. Given a break since which may have helped. TFRHHHII BHA84

5 HERCULEAN (GB) (7) 000000 D

6

Br Ch g Frankel - African Rose O Jupiter Racing B Juddmonte Farms Ltd

8-10

(4)

Josephine Gordon J Derek Shaw, Sproxton T

TIMEFORMVIEW Thirteen runs since last win in 2018. 100/1, last of 11 in handicap at Doncaster (7f, good) 7 days ago, TFRHHIII BHA76 very slowly away. Can only be watched at present.

6 CAPTAIN COOPER (IRE) (28) 26-1456 D Br B g Muhaarar - Miss Delila (USA) O Highbank Stud 1 B Highbank Stud LLP

3

8-9

(3)

Shane Kelly J Kevin Ryan, Hambleton T

TIMEFORM VIEW Looked one to follow on back of success at Newcastle (5f) in January. Not kicked on since, again taking a keen hold with his effort flsttening out when sixth of 7 at Musselburgh (7f) latest. TFRHHHII BHA83

7 THE ATTORNEY (IRE) (27) 5331-04 D Br B c Kodiac - Next Trial (IRE) O Mr Ziad A. Galadari B Tally-Ho Stud

3

8-6

(5)

Callum Shepherd J Charles Hills, Lambourn T

TIMEFORMVIEW Winner at Chelmsford (7f) in December. Creditable fourth of 11 in handicap at Goodwood (7f, good, 4/1) 27 days ago, making effort earlier than ideal. One to bear in mind on the back of that effort. TFRHHHHH BHA80

8 SELECTED (IRE) (24) 23-0552

3

Br B g Mehmas (IRE) - Sodashy (IRE) O Sheikh Abdullah Almalek Alsabah B Tom Darcy and Vincent McCarthy

8-5

(6)

Cieren Fallon J Richard Fahey, Malton T Richard Fahey Racing S

TIMEFORM VIEW Creditable second of 6 in handicap (10/3) at Hamilton (6f, firm) 24 days ago, headway 2f out and keeping on. Each-way claims once more with a repeat. TFRHHHII BHA79 DECLARED RUNNERS 8 Hood worn by No. 5. Visor worn by No. 4. Tongue Strap worn by No. 1. Stewards Note: CAPTAIN COOPER: Following its run on 5/6/2021 it was reported that the horse was hampered leaving the stalls. Probable S.P’s: 11-4 The Attorney (IRE), 4-1 Typhoon Ten (IRE), 13-2 Dance Fever (IRE), 7-1 Corvair (IRE), 15-2 Captain Cooper (IRE), 8-1 Selected (IRE), 12-1 Golden Force (GB), 50-1 Herculean (GB) 36


PLAY SMARTER

A winner at Chelmsford in December, THE ATTORNEY stepped up on his comeback run and was deserving of extra credit given he raced closer to the pace than the trio that beat him when fourth at Goodwood (7f) 4 weeks ago. The winner has well and truly boosted the form since and he gets the nod to come out on top.Typhoon Ten is proving admirably consistent and feared, ahead of Dance Fever.

TIMEFORM PREDICTION: 1.THE ATTORNEY (IRE) 2.TYPHOON TEN (IRE) 3.DANCE FEVER (IRE)

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DISTANCE 5f 2y 5f 2y 5f 218y 5f 218y 7f 7f 1m 53y 1m 53y 1m 1f 216y 1m 1f 216y 1m 1f 216y 1m 3f 179y

TIME 58.4 secs 57.85 secs 1m 09.99 1m 09.12 1m 22.83 1m 22.24 1m 44.05 1m 41.89 2m 05.3 2m 02.4 2m 02.4 2m 27.1

AGE 2 5 2 6 2 5 2 5 2 3 4 5

WEIGHT 9-0 9-5 9-0 8-12 9-5 9-2 8-11 9-7 9-1 8-11 9-6 8-12

GOING Firm Good To Firm Good Good To Firm Good To Firm Good To Firm Good To Firm Good To Firm Good To Firm Firm Good To Firm Good To Firm

HORSE CUTTING BLADE THE JOBBER EL MANATI PETER ISLAND CLOUDBRIDGE HOME OF THE BRAVE CONGRESSIONAL VAINGLORY WINDSOR CASTLE EFFIGY LADY ANGHARAD MURGHEM

DATE June 9 Sept 18 Aug 1 Apr 25 Aug 2 Apr 29 Sep 6 Jun 18 Oct 14 Nov 4 Jun 18 Jun 18

1986 2006 2012 2009 2020 2017 2005 2009 1996 1985 2000 2000

MEDIAN TIMES 5f . . . . . . . . . . . . 1m 0.50 6f . . . . . . . . . . . . 1m 11.90

7f . . . . . . . . . . . . 1m 24.70 1m 53y . . . . . . . . 1m 46.80

1m 2f . . . . . . . . . 2m 14.00 1m 3f 179y . . . . . 2m 37.40

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Last Meeting Review - Thursday 24th June William Buick warmed up for his Irish Derby success on Hurricane Lane by riding a 30/1 treble here last Thursday. In the familiar royal blue Godolphin silks, he got off to the perfect start when partnering Private Signal to victory in the opening British Stallion Studs EBF Novice Stakes. The Charlie Appleby-trained colt had caught the eye when narrowly beaten on debut at Doncaster, and the son of Sea The Stars put that experience to good use when repelling the challenge of Aswan in the closing stages to win by 1L. A step up in class should be on the agenda sooner rather than later. An hour later Buick was back in the Winners’ Enclosure when partnering Epidemic to victory in the Join Racing TV Now Handicap. A winner at Windsor in May, the George Boughey-trained gelding ran well in defeat at Newmarket next time, so it was no surprise to see him improve again with a hard-fought victory. He had to dig deep in the closing stages to hold off the challenge of runner-up Missile and it will be interesting to see if he can progress further off his revised handicap mark. The Richard Hughes-trained Appellation brought Buick his hat-trick when landing the Rainbows Hospice For Children & Young People Fillies' Handicap. Making her handicap debut, the daughter of Kodiac clearly appreciated the step up to a mile, as she ran on strongly through the closing stages to win by 1L, She left the impression that she may have more to offer this season. In between Buick’s treble, Villanelle won out in a ding-dong battle in the nucleushr.com Handicap. The Jonathan Portman-trained filly has been performing well prior to a blip at Southwell on her penultimate start. But after a couple of months break, she bounced back to form under Andrea Atzeni, showing a great attitude to repel the challenge of runner-up Act Of Magic by a short-head. Mark Johnston and Franny Norton teamed up with Prospect who ran on strongly through the closing stages to land the Every Race Live On Racing TV Handicap. With a tendency to be keen early on, Norton made sure to get some cover early on and having been placed eight times, the son of Shalaa finally lost his maiden tag when getting on top in the final half a mile. Night Of Romance added to her course and distance win at the start of June with another success in the Fleckney Handicap. Despite a 6lb rise in the weights, the Karl Burke-trained filly was always up with the pace before striking the front a furlong out and staying on gamely under 5lb claimer Pierre-Louise Jamin. The concluding Next Meeting @LeicesterRaces Saturday 3rd July Handicap saw the longest-priced winner on the night, when 11/1-shot Katie’s Kitten made all under a good front -running ride from 3lb claimer Theodore Ladd. A winner here in May, the Michael Appleby-trained filly bounced back from a couple of below par efforts to get her season back on track.

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Sixth Race 3.55 The MrTyre.com Fillies’ Handicap Stakes (Class 5)

for three yrs old and upwards fillies and mares x Total race value £6500 Owners Prize Money. 1st £2262, 2nd £1130, 3rd £566, 4th £282, 5th £240, 6th £240, 7th £240, 8th £240. (Penalty Value £2862)

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1 COMPANY MINX (IRE) (6) 060106 D Br Gr f Fast Company (IRE) - Ice Haven (IRE) O Mrs Claire Goddard B Mrs O. A. Shaw

age

st-lb

Draw

4

9-12

(2)

Callum Shepherd J J. R. Jenkins, Royston T Tote S

TIMEFORM VIEW Latest win at Newmarket in May. 16/1, sixth of 9 in handicap at Windsor (6f, good to firm) 6 days ago. Others make more appeal. TFRHHIII BHA69

2 IMPERIAL BUTTERFLY (IRE) (47) 24113-0 Br B f Oasis Dream - Madame Butterfly (IRE) O Sir Robert Ogden B Sir Robert Ogden

3

9-7

(7)

Connor Murtagh (3) J Richard Fahey, Malton T Ogden Safety Systems Ltd S

TIMEFORM VIEW 11/1, last of 10 in handicap at Carlisle (6.9f, heavy) 47 days ago. Could fare better now back on a sound surface. TFRHHHII BHA70

3 CREAM OF THE CROP (IRE) (32) 510-456 Br B f Shalaa (IRE) - I’m So Glad O Gone to Ground Partnership B Tally-Ho Stud

3

9-7

(1)

Dylan Hogan (3) J Michael Bell, Newmarket T Michael Bell Racing, Stratford Place Stud S

TIMEFORM VIEW Last of 6 in handicap (5/1) at this course (7f, good to firm) 32 days ago. Disappointing so far this term, so questions to answer. TFRHHIII BHA70

4 SHECANDOO (GB) (21) 541320 BF Br B f Toronado (IRE) - Donna Giovanna O Shecandoo Partners B JCS Wilson & Sportsdays Ltd

4

9-6

(3)

Hollie Doyle J Conrad Allen, Newmarket T

TIMEFORM VIEW Winner at Lingfield in April. 10/3, eighth of 12 in handicap at Sandown 21 days ago. Latest effort best excused and she’d been shaping well previously, so could get involved if they go quick. TFRHHHHI BHA63

5 SALSOUL (IRE) (16) 515-005 D

3

Br B f Kodiac - Goldcrest O Cliff Stud Limited B Tally-Ho Stud

9-5

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Hector Crouch J David O’Meara, Upper Helmsley T Cliff Stud S

TIMEFORMVIEW First run since leaving David C. Griffiths when fifth of 7 in handicap at Ripon (5f, good to firm, 14/1) TFRHHHII BHA68 16 days ago. Becoming well treated and is in good hands, so worth a market check.

6 RANIA (IRE) (19) 56-6005 D

3

Br B f Estidhkaar (IRE) - Little Oz (IRE) O Mr R Clothier & Miss J Gray B Mr P. Turley

9-4

(8)

Pat Dobbs J Sylvester Kirk, Upper Lambourn T Al Basti Equiworld S

TIMEFORMVIEW 16/1, fifth of 8 in handicap at Lingfield (5f,AW) 19 days ago. Others more persuasive. TFRHHIII BHA67

7 LOVE SENSATION (GB) (8) 065

Br B f Exceed And Excel (AUS) - Super Saturday (IRE) O John and Jess Dance B Glebe Farm Stud

3

9-1

(10)

P. J. McDonald J Declan Carroll, Malton T Vertem Asset Management S

TIMEFORMVIEW Thrice-raced maiden. 250/1, fifth of 12 in minor event at Newcastle (7.1f) 8 days ago. May do better now handicapping, though the assessor hasn’t taken any chances with her opening mark. TFRHHIII BHA64

8 I’M MABLE (GB) (33) 065

3

Br B f Cable Bay (IRE) - Triskel O Ms Sara Hattersley B Killashee House Limited

9-1

(6)

Laura Pearson (5) J Darryll Holland, Newmarket T

TIMEFORM VIEW Thrice-raced maiden. 200/1, fifth of 15 in minor event at Windsor (6f, good) 33 days ago. Makes handicap debut. Could get involved if taking another step forward under a promising claimer. TFRHHHHH BHA64

9 ANJELLA (GB) (25) 505-041 D

3

Br B f Anjaal - Lookslikeanangel O Mr F Hope & Mr G Hope B Carmel Stud

8-8

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Cieren Fallon J William Muir & Chris Grassick, Lambourn T

TIMEFORM VIEW Career best when winning 9-runner handicap at Salisbury (6f, good, 9/2) 25 days ago, keeping on well.That form hasn’t really worked out, but she should give her running once more. TFRHHHHI BHA57 40


10 BAMA LAMA (GB) (221) 604500Br Ch f Equiano (FR) - Kindia (IRE) O Canisbay Bloodstock B Canisbay Bloodstock

3

8-2

(4)

George Rooke (3) J Rod Millman, Cullompton T Fleetwood Developments Ltd, Rod Millman Racing Ltd S

TIMEFORMVIEW Eighth of 9 in nursery at Lingfield (6f,AW, 14/1). Off 7 months. Not easy to make a case for. TFRHIIII BHA49 DECLARED RUNNERS 10 Visor worn by No. 4. Tongue Strap worn by No. 3. Probable S.P’s: 11-4 Anjella (GB), 9-2 Shecandoo (GB), 13-2 I’m Mable (GB), 10-1 Love Sensation (GB), 12-1 Cream of The Crop (IRE), 14-1 Company Minx (IRE), Imperial Butterfly (IRE), 16-1 Salsoul (IRE), 18-1 Rania (IRE), 33-1 Bama Lama (GB)

PLAY SMARTER

I’M MABLE showed her first form at a huge price when a staying-on fifth in a novice at Windsor last time and, with that form working out well, she’s worth a chance to make a successful handicap debut in a race that may not take much winning. Recent winner Anjella is an obvious threat, while Shecandoo could come into it if the pace is strong.

TIMEFORM PREDICTION: 1.I’M MABLE 2.ANJELLA 3.SHECANDOO

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Seventh Race 4.30 The Smooth Drive Home Handicap Stakes (Class 6)

for three yrs old and upwards x Total race value £5600 Owners Prize Money. 1st £1868, 2nd £934, 3rd £467, 4th £251, 5th £240, 6th £240, 7th £240, 8th £240. (Penalty Value £2364.12) 2 Eliminated Under Rules (I)9 and (I)10.

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1 RODDY RANSOM (GB) (370) 0/020-

Br B g Roderic O’Connor (IRE) - Midnight Ransom O Ms Sara Humber B Prospect Stud

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st-lb

Draw

4

10-0

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Shane Kelly J Gay Kelleway, Newmarket T

TIMEFORMVIEW Lightly-raced maiden. Eighth of 10 in handicap at Hamilton (12.1f, good to soft, 11/1). Off 12 months. Significantly down in trip. First run for yard after leaving Ben Haslam. Plenty to prove. TFRHIIII BHA60

2 KENSTONE (FR) (22) 33304-2 D

8

Br Gr g Kendargent (FR) - Little Stone (FR) O Mr Adrian Wintle B Guy Pariente Holding SPRL

9-13

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Hollie Doyle J Adrian Wintle, Westbury-On-Severn T

TIMEFORM VIEW Fifteen runs since last win in 2018. Respectable second of 12 in handicap (11/2) at Chepstow (8.1f, good to firm) 22 days ago, clear of rest. Can make presence felt. TFRHHHHI BHA59

3 RUBY GATES (IRE) (12) 050006 D Br B m Avonbridge - Wild Academy (IRE) O Mr Dave James B Max Morris

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9-12

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Laura Pearson (5) J John Butler, Newmarket T

TIMEFORM VIEW Sixth of 13 in handicap at Wolverhampton (8.6f, 40/1) 12 days ago. Cheekpieces back on. Others more persuasive. TFRHHIII BHA58

4 ASCRAEUS (GB) (25) 000051 D

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Br B f Poet’s Voice - Sciacca (IRE) O Mrs P. J. Sheen B Promenade Bloodstock

9-12

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Charlie Bennett J Laura Mongan, Epsom T Arthur Wait Ltd S

TIMEFORM VIEW 12/1, won 7-runner handicap at Salisbury (8f, good) 25 days ago, getting first run. Remains well treated on old form, so worth considering in a race that lacks depth. TFRHHHHI BHA58

5 TAWTHEEF (IRE) (26) 050-603

4

Br B g Muhaarar - Miss Beatrix (IRE) O Trolley Action B Ms Mags Durkan

9-11

(6)

Cieren Fallon J Patrick Chamings, Basingstoke T

TIMEFORM VIEW Creditable third of 9 in handicap at Lingfield (8f, AW, 11/1) 26 days ago. Well treated but hard to TFRHHIII BHA57 know if he’ll be in the same mood this time.

6 ORDER OF ST JOHN (GB) (22) 00-0016 D Br B g Coach House (IRE) - Gospel Music O Rupert Frost and Ed Shaw B Farmers Hill Stud

4

9-10

(4)

Josephine Gordon J D. J. Jeffreys, Stow-On-The-Wold T

TIMEFORM VIEW Winner at Nottingham in June. 5/1, below form sixth of 12 in handicap at Chepstow (8.1f, good to firm) 22 days ago, merely passing beaten rivals. Not discounted. TFRHHHII BHA56

7 ITSALLABOUTLUCK (IRE) (21) 4340-04 Br B g Kodiac - Lucky (IRE) O Mr E. R. Clough B Mrs Louise Quinn

4

9-9

(2)

George Rooke (3) J John Flint, Bridgend T

TIMEFORMVIEW 28/1, fourth of 6 in handicap at Bath (8f, firm) 21 days ago, merely passing beaten rivals. Fairly easy to take on. TFRHHIII BHA55

8 SELECTO (GB) (11) 030600

4

Br B g Paco Boy (IRE) - Telescopic O Mr Daniel Hunt & Mrs Eileen Markham B Daniel Hunt

9-8

(13)

Pat Dobbs J Mick Channon, West Ilsley T Daniel Hunt Fine Art S

TIMEFORMVIEW Remains a maiden after 16 Flat runs.Twelfth of 14 in handicap at Newbury (11f, good to soft, 14/1) 11 days ago. Back down in trip. Needs to bounce back in first-time cheekpieces. TFRHHIII BHA54

9 KATIE’S KITTEN (GB) (9) 001561 CD

Br Ch f Bobby’s Kitten (USA) - Freedom Reigns (IRE) O FOSNIC RACING B Kenneth L. Ramsey & Sarah K. Ramsey

3

9-7

(7)

Theodore Ladd (3) J Michael Appleby, Oakham T Trade Access Panels Ltd S

TIMEFORMVIEW Career best when winning 9-runner handicap at this C&D (good, 11/1) 9 days ago, having run of race. Seemingly at her best around here and expected to give it another good go from the front. TFRHHHHI BHA62 44


10 CLIFFCAKE (IRE) (25) 51-0661 D

3

Br B c Canford Cliffs (IRE) - Cake (IRE) O Mr S. R. Bowring B Mr D. J. Anderson

9-5

(9)

P. J. McDonald J Roy Bowring, Edwinstowe T

TIMEFORM VIEW First run since leaving Denis Quinn when career best when winning 14-runner handicap (13/2) at Wetherby (8f, firm) 25 days ago, keeping on well. Has to be taken seriously. TFRHHHHH BHA60

11 INVINCIBLE SOLDIER (IRE) (60) 040-0 Br B g The Gurkha (IRE) - Guessing (USA) O Anna Bilton B Barronstown Stud

3

9-1

(10)

Liam Keniry J Clive Cox, Hungerford T

TIMEFORM VIEW Lightly-raced maiden. Ninth of 12 in handicap (12/1) at Wolverhampton (8.6f) 60 days ago, left poorly placed. Not totally ruled out with few miles on the clock. TFRHHHII BHA56

12 GROUPIE (GB) (18) 30-5004

7

Br B m Requinto (IRE) - Amour Fou (IRE) O T T Racing B Mr John M. Troy

9-0

(12)

Dougie Costello J Tom Tate, Tadcaster T Tom Tate Racing S

TIMEFORMVIEW 66/1, very good fourth of 13 in handicap at Beverley (7.4f, good to firm) 18 days ago, not clear run. He’s a long time without a win and far from certain to build on that effort. TFRHHIII BHA46

13 UNDER YOUR BREATH (GB) (18) 0-0000 Br Ch f Bated Breath - Undulate O Mr G. C. Wragg B Mr G. C. Wragg

4

9-0

(14)

William Carson J Tim Fitzgerald, Malton T Trafford Knitwear Ltd S

TIMEFORMVIEW Lightly-raced maiden. Eleventh of 14 in handicap (14/1) at Beverley (8.4f, good to firm) 18 days ago. Set for another struggle. TFRHIIII BHA45

14 MOMENT OF PEACE (GB) (8) 066006 Br B g Gregorian (IRE) - Penny’s Pearl (IRE) O Machin, Milner, Sparkes & Dunnett B Mrs P. Jefferson Smith

4

9-0

(1)

Stefano Cherchi (5) J Christine Dunnett, Norwich T Christine Dunnett Racing S

TIMEFORMVIEW 40/1, sixth of 13 in handicap at Yarmouth (8f, good) 8 days ago. Doesn’t make much appeal. TFRHIIII BHA44 DECLARED RUNNERS 14 Sheepskin Cheek Pieces worn first time by No. 8. Blinkers worn by No. 9. Visor worn by No. 5, 14. Sheepskin Cheek Pieces worn by No. 2, 3, 6, 7. Stewards Note: ITSALLABOUTLUCK: Following its run on 12/6/2021 it was reported that the horse was slowly away. Probable S.P’s: 9-2 Cliffcake (IRE), 5-1 Katie’s Kitten (GB), 13-2 Ascraeus (GB), 7-1 Kenstone (FR), 8-1 Order of St John (GB), 16-1 Tawtheef (IRE), 18-1 Selecto (GB), Invincible Soldier (IRE), 20-1 Groupie (GB), 28-1 Itsallaboutluck (IRE), 33-1 Ruby Gates (IRE), 40-1 Under Your Breath (GB), 50-1 Roddy Ransom (GB), 80-1 Moment of Peace (GB)

PLAY SMARTER

CLIFFCAKE produced a career best as he made a successful debut for Roy Bowring at Wetherby last month and, given he had a bit to spare, he’s worth a chance to follow up after going up only 4lb. Katie’s Kitten is two from two over C&D, so she’s an obvious danger along with the relatively consistent Kenstone.

TIMEFORM PREDICTION: 1.CLIFFCAKE (IRE) 2.KATIE’S KITTEN 3.KENSTONE (FR)

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Today’s Race Result

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SEVEN

Next Meeting - Thursday 15th July Afternoon Racing - Gates Open: 11.15am; First Race: 1.15pm



Race Conditions

First Race 1.00 - THE SMOOTH BREAKFAST WITH GARETH EVANS SELLING STAKES (CLASS 5) Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £2862 to the winning horse The second to receive £1343, the third £672, the fourth £336, the fifth £300, the sixth £300, the seventh £300 and the eighth £300. for two yrs old only. Enter by noon, June 28th and pay £25 stake, Declare by 10.00 a.m. July 1st. Weights: Colts and geldings 9st; fillies 8st 9lb Penalties, a winner of a race 3lb Of 2 races 5lb Of 3 or more races 7lb. The winner to be sold by auction in accordance with the Rules of Racing for £3200 Advertised Claiming Price of any other horse starting £7000. A commission of 10% (plus V.A.T.) of the selling price will be payable to the Racecourse by the Owner of the horse at the time of sale. In the case of a dead heat, both horses will be offered up for auction and the same commission charging structure will apply. The claiming price of each horse will be subject to an additional 10% Premium (plus V.A.T.) payable to the Racecourse, split equally between the Buyer and the Owner, and both the selling price and the advertised claiming price will be subject to V.A.T., where applicable. The post-race auction of the winner will be conducted in POUNDS. 13 entries at £25. - Closed June 28th, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £2262; Second £1130; Third £566; Fourth £282; Fifth £240; Sixth £240; Seventh £240; Eighth £240. (Penalty Value £2862) SS SEE PAGE 22 FOR THIS RACE. Second Race 1.35 - THE SHOWCASE CINEMAS EBF MAIDEN STAKES (CLASS 5) Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £3780 to the winning horse The second to receive £1774, the third £887 and the fourth £443. for maiden three yrs old and upwards, which are E.B.F. eligible. Enter by noon, June 28th and pay £25 stake, Declare by 10.00 a.m. July 1st. Weights: 3-y-o colts and geldings 9st 5lb; fillies 9st 4-y-o and up colts and geldings 9st 11lb; fillies 9st 6lb. THE TRUSTEES OF THE BRITISH E.B.F. have kindly contributed £500 towards the prize money for this race. . 15 entries at £25. - Closed June 28th, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £2987; Second £1493; Third £747; Fourth £373. (Penalty Value £3780) SS SEE PAGE 26 FOR THIS RACE. Third Race 2.10 - THE CDA WINE COOLER HANDICAP STAKES (CLASS 5) Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £2862 to the winning horse The second to receive £1343, the third £672, the fourth £336, the fifth £300 and the sixth £300. for three yrs old only, Rated 51-70 (also open to such horses rated 71 and 72; such horses rated 50 and below are also eligible - see Standard Conditions). £25 stake if the horse is rated 51 or higher, or £5 stake if the horse is rated 50 or lower with £20 extra if the horse is declared to run Declare by 10.00 a.m. July 1st. Lowest weight 8st 2lb; Highest weight 9st 7lb Penalties, after June 26th, 2021, for each race won 6lb. 15 entries at £25. - Closed June 28th, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £2262; Second £1130; Third £566; Fourth £282; Fifth £240; Sixth £240. (Penalty Value £2862) Weights lowered 1lb. SS SEE PAGE 29 FOR THIS RACE. Fourth Race 2.45 - THE SMOOTH RADIO EAST MIDLANDS EBF FILLIES’ HANDICAP STAKES (CLASS 4) Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £7851 to the winning horse The second to receive £3684, the third £1840, the fourth £921 and the fifth £459. for three yrs old and upwards fillies and mares only, which are E.B.F. eligible, Rated 61-80 (also open to such horses rated 81 and 82; such horses rated 60 and below are also eligible - see Standard Conditions). £75 stake if the horse is rated 61 or higher, or £15 stake if the horse is rated 60 or lower with £60 extra if the horse is declared to run Declare by 10.00 a.m. July 1st. Lowest weight: 4-y-o and up 8st 9lb; 3-y-o 8st Highest weight: 4-y-o and up 10st; 3-y-o 9st 4lb Penalties, after June 26th, 2021, for each race won 3yo 6lb; 4yo to 6yo 5lb; 7yo and up 4lb. THE TRUSTEES OF THE BRITISH EUROPEAN BREEDERS’ FUND have kindly contributed £7500 towards the prize money for this race. NOTE: Three-year-old horses might not be able to receive the full weight-forage allowance in this race. 20 entries at £75. - Closed June 28th, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £6194; Second £3098; Third £1548; Fourth £774; Fifth £387. (Penalty Value £7851) Weights raised 3lb and paragraphs 27 to 31 of the Weights and Handicapping Code complied with where applicable. SS SEE PAGE 33 FOR THIS RACE. Fifth Race 3.20 - THE KLG WINDOWS AND CONSERVATORIES HANDICAP STAKES (CLASS 3) Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £6210 to the winning horse The second to receive £2915, the third £1458 and the fourth £729. for three yrs old and upwards, Rated 76-95 (also open to such horses rated 96 and 97; such horses rated 75 and below are also eligible - see Standard Conditions). £55 stake if the horse is rated 76 or higher, or £11 stake if the horse is rated 75 or lower with £44 extra if the horse is declared to run Declare by 10.00 a.m. July 1st. Lowest weight: 4-y-o and up 8st 9lb; 3-y-o 8st 1lb Highest weight: 4-y-o and up 10st; 3-y-o 9st 6lb Penalties, after June 26th, 2021, for each race won 3yo 6lb; 4yo to 6yo 5lb; 7yo and up 4lb. The Race Incentive Fund, supported by the Horserace Betting Levy Board, provides for the inclusion of £1200 towards the prize money for this race. 18 entries, 1 at £11 and 17 at £55. - Closed June 28th, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £4907; Second £2453; Third £1227; Fourth £613. (Penalty Value £6210) SS SEE PAGE 36 FOR THIS RACE. Sixth Race 3.55 - THE MrTyre.com FILLIES’ HANDICAP STAKES (CLASS 5) Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £2862 to the winning horse The second to receive £1343, the third £672, the fourth £336, the fifth £300, the sixth £300, the seventh £300 and the eighth £300. for three yrs old and upwards fillies and mares only, Rated 51-70 (also open to such horses rated 71 and 72; such horses rated 50 and below are also eligible - see Standard Conditions). £25 stake if the horse is rated 51 or higher, or £5 stake if the horse is rated 50 or lower with £20 extra if the horse is declared to run Declare by 10.00 a.m. July 1st. Lowest weight: 4-y-o and up 8st 8lb; 3-y-o 8st 2lb Highest weight: 4-y-o and up 9st 13lb; 3-y-o 9st 7lb Penalties, after June 26th, 2021, for each race won 3yo 6lb; 4yo to 6yo 5lb; 7yo and up 4lb. 21 entries, 3 at £5 and 18 at £25. - Closed June 28th, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £2262; Second £1130; Third £566; Fourth £282; Fifth £240; Sixth £240; Seventh £240; Eighth £240. (Penalty Value £2862) SS SEE PAGE 40 FOR THIS RACE. Seventh Race 4.30 - THE SMOOTH DRIVE HOME HANDICAP STAKES (CLASS 6) Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £2364 to the winning horse The second to receive £1109, the third £555, the fourth £300, the fifth £300, the sixth £300, the seventh £300 and the eighth £300. for three yrs old and upwards, Rated 46-60 (also open to such horses rated 61 and 62; such horses rated 45 and below are also eligible - see Standard Conditions). £20 stake if the horse is rated 46 or higher, or £4 stake if the horse is rated 45 or lower with £16 extra if the horse is declared to run Declare by 10.00 a.m. July 1st. Lowest weight: 4-y-o and up 9st; 3-y-o 8st 5lb Highest weight: 4-y-o and up 10st; 3-y-o 9st 5lb Penalties, after June 26th, 2021, for each race won 3yo 6lb; 4yo to 6yo 5lb; 7yo and up 4lb. 35 entries, 6 at £4 and 29 at £20. - Closed June 28th, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £1868; Second £934; Third £467; Fourth £251; Fifth £240; Sixth £240; Seventh £240; Eighth £240. (Penalty Value £2364.12) 2 Eliminated Under Rules (I)9 and (I)10. SS SEE PAGE 44 FOR THIS RACE.

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