All you need to know with two Group 2s on Doncaster ladies' day
It is ladies' day at Doncaster and we are treated to some fine action with two fillies' Group 2 contests. In the May Hill Stakes (2.25) impressive debut winner Dubai Beauty takes on a strong field of exciting juveniles. The Park Hill Stakes (3.00) is another open affair which includes Pilaster, God Given and Horseplay.
With the first four races on ITV4, perhaps the most interesting race of the broadcast is the last. 22 go to post for the valuable Weatherbys Racing Bank £300,000 2yo Stakes (3.35). Beaten only a length in the Group 1 Phoenix Stakes, Ballydoyle's representative The Irish Rover sets a high form standard.
Over in Ireland the feature is the Ladbrokes Listowel Handicap Hurdle (5.25) where JP McManus sends a strong quartet to Kerry including former Triumph Hurdle winner Ivanovich Gorbatov.
Doncaster (first race at: 1.50)
Good, good to soft in places (GoingStick: 7.0 at 06:30)
Heavy (flat), soft (NH course)
Ffos Las (2.15)
Good (GoingStick: 7.8 at 06:30)
Soft, Good to Soft in places (GoingStick: 7.2 at 06:00)
2.40 Listowel - Keep Believing15-2 (from 9)
3.35 Doncaster - The Irish Rover 6-1 (from 7)
3.55 Ffos Las - Fox Fearless 7-4 (from 5-2)
4.30 Ffos Las - Until Again 14-1 (from 20)
5.20 Hamilton - Orobas 2-1 (from 9-4)
5.35 Ffos Las - Landue 6-5 (from 5-4)
6.25 Hamilton - Lightning Attack 9-1 (from 12)
7.25 Hamilton - Tolkyn 5-6 (from 10-11)
What to back
James Hill looks ahead to the Park Hill Stakes (3.00) at Doncaster for his best bet of the day in our ten second tip.
What to read
Lah Ti Dar will now take on Kew Gardens in Saturday's William Hill St Leger, read more here and find out which British-trained horse is potentially heading for another tilt at the Breeders Cup Classic.
What to watch
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