Sir Mark Prescott has been successful with his last six runners - can his good run continue after two more winners today?

Sir Mark Prescott recently sent out his first Royal Ascot winner in 28 years
Sir Mark Prescott: has been successful with his last four runnersCredit: Edward Whitaker

Sir Mark Prescott has been successful with his last four runners since Sunday and boasts a 50 per cent domestic strike-rate (5-10) so far this month.

Born Ruler (6-5f) and Sea King (Evens f) were winners in back-to-back days at Ayr on Sunday and Monday afternoon. Godsend (9-2) sealed a third success in a row at Ripon on Monday evening before Orbital (11-2) scored at Lingfield on Tuesday afternoon.

Prescott's purple patch continued as Warmonger justified favouritism at Lingfield, before Miss El Fundi won at Kempton. He saddles one more runner on Wednesday . . .


Race 3.30 Lingfield (2m½f handicap)

Odds 10-11f

Form figures 00-423

Jockey Jack Gilligan

Spotlight view Prescott three-year-old who, like so many from this stable over the years, has fared better since handicapping; beaten favourite, one place behind Wannabeawallaby, at Yarmouth (1m6f) most recently but the winner gives that form a solid look; remains of interest.

Warmonger15:30 Lingfield
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Jky: Jack Gilligan Tnr: Sir Mark Prescott Bt

Miss El Fundi

Race 4.35 Kempton (6f fillies' novice)

Odds 2-1f

Form figures 45

Jockey Luke Morris

Spotlight view A staying-on fourth of 11 on her debut over course and distance last month and although she faced a much stiffer task in the Chesham at Royal Ascot (7f, good to firm) 17 days later, she was far from disgraced in finishing fifth of the 15 runners; return to 6f may not be ideal but she is still high on the list. 

Miss El Fundi16:35 Kempton (A.W)
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Jky: Luke Morris Tnr: Sir Mark Prescott Bt


Race 6.40 Kempton (division two of mile handicap)

Odds 13-8f

Form figures 708-

Jockey Luke Morris

Spotlight view No chances taken on opening mark judged on last October's three quick runs at 7f (Polytrack and Tapeta), but a mile will surely provoke improvement from this relative of Tribute Act, Ribbons and Soviet Song; big player.

Overture18:40 Kempton (A.W)
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Jky: Luke Morris Tnr: Sir Mark Prescott Bt

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