Tonight's racing: three horses to note from Windsor and Leicester
Windsor and Leicester provide tonight's entertainment for racing fans withWindsor's6f Listed contest at7.45 heralding the return of Group 1 winner The Tin Man. Here are three runners it could be worth keeping an eye on . . .
Much is expected of Come On Leicester, who was a promising third on her debut at Ascot earlier this month. Owned by King Power Racing, who have a considerableteam of juveniles this season, the Richard Hannon-trained runner was slow to leave the stalls but finished well totake thirdon the line and that experience should stand her in good stead. The second has since gone on to win and it would be disappointing if the daughter of Kodiaccannot progress from her debut.
Anthony Oppenheimer's season got off to a fine start with Cracksman landing the Prix Ganay in impressive fashion last month and he has got some interesting juveniles ready to make their mark. Crimean Queen, who is a half-sister to King Edward VII Stakes winner Across The Stars, makes her debut for Charlie Fellowes in acompetitive 6f novice stakes but must have been impressing in herwork at home in order forconnections to take up this entry. The daughter of Iffraaj wears a hood and has Stevie Donohoe in the saddle.
John Gosden has got off to a fine start this season and this three-year-old can confirm the promise of her debut second at Wolverhampton earlier this month when she was wide off the turn and made upsignificant groundin the final furlong. The daughter of Dark Angel showed a good attitude that day and can make good use of that experience tonight.