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Atty Persse could thrive on return to scene of royal triumph

Atty Persse: holds decent claims on return to Ascot
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Newmarket: David Milnes

Almania(2.25 Ascot, nap)

The son of Australia has been showing up well in his recent work on the Al Bahathri for Sir Michael Stoute and is expected to make a winning debut.

Others to follow
Ascot 1.50 Ceratonia, 3.00 Alqamar, 3.35 Unforgetable Filly, 4.10 First Nation, 4.45 Show Stealer, 5.15 Island Of Life.
Thirsk 2.35 Albanita.
Chepstow 6.20 Thriving, 7.20 Global Spirit, 8.20 Timoshenko.
Newmarket 5.35 Lady Alavesa, 6.10 Sky Patrol, 6.40 Dombra, 7.10 Balgair, 7.40 Fairlight, 8.10 Sleeping Lion, 8.40 Starboy.
York 6.00 Humbolt Current, 7.00 Hot Team, 7.30 Pleasant Surprise, 8.00 La Rav.

North:Colin Russell

Santafiora(4.55 Thirsk, nap)

Ordinary form on the AW on the first three starts for her current yard, but much better effort back on turf when second over C&D last time. Really well handicapped at present and better expected with any rain a bonus.

Others to follow
Ascot 3.00 Eye Of The Storm, 3.35 Clon Coulis, 4.10 Austrian School, 4.45 Venturous, 5.15 Queen In Waiting.
Newmarket 6.10 Sir Victor, 6.40 Five Helmets, 7.10 Masham Star, 8.10 Elegiac.
Thirsk 2.00 Dream Of Honour, 2.35 Tie A Yellowribbon, 3.10 Tember, 3.45 Princess Power, 4.20 I Know How, 5.25 Hot Hannah.
Uttoxeter 2.10 Sonic, 2.45 Sulamani The Late, 3.55 Man Look.
York 6.00 Where's Jeff, 6.30 Short Work, 7.00 Absolute Dream, 8.00 Fashion Theory, 8.30 Gold Stone.

Lambourn: James Burn

Atty Persse(4.10 Ascot, nap)

Four-year-old ran well after a layoff when third in the Old Newton Cup and improvement is expected with conditions similar to when he won last year's King George V Stakes over this course and distance. Another plus is trainer Roger Charlton's fine form at present.

Others to follow
Ascot 3.00 Mancini, 3.35 Shepherd Market, 4.45 Vibrant Chords, 5.15 Awesome.
Chepstow 5.50 Roman Warrior, 6.20 I'Lletyougonow, 6.50 Rippling Waters.
Newmarket 5.35 Choral Music, 6.40 Even Keel, 7.10 Rogue, 7.40 Chaparral Prince, 8.40 Del Parco.
Uttoxeter 5.05 Full Bore.
York 6.00 Data Protection, 7.30 Snowy Winter.

West Country:Andrew King

Greeley(6.40 Newmarket, nap)

Came good at Leicester last time in a similar race and is far from exposed so another big run is expected.

Others to follow
Newmarket 7.10 Easy Tiger.
Uttoxeter 2.45 The Wicket Chicken, 3.20 Glanvilles Guest, 3.55 The Detainee, 5.05 Druide Premier.

Racing Post Ratings: Sam Walker

Desert Diamond(7.30 York, nap)

Posted career best RPR of 103 to finish second in a Listed event over a mile at Sandown last time. She's been running like a return to this longer trip will suit and could improve again.

Topspeed: Dave Edwards

Sleeping Lion (8.10 Newmarket, nap)

Endured an interrupted passage when winning with plenty in hand at Newbury earlier this month and James Fanshawe's progressive three-year-old can complete his hat-trick.

Longshot:Olly Eden

Hee Haw (6:30 York, nap)

Paul Midgley's gelding has run creditably the last twice without the races being run to suit, and is still 7lb below his last winning mark as a result. This bigger field and likely stronger pace should suit, and he can go well at a price provided luck in running.

Ireland:Tony O'Hehir

Twilight Payment (7.35 Down Royal, nap)

Runner-up in the same event a year ago, the Jim Bolger-trained five-year-old has a big chance of going one better in tonight's 1m6f Listed event having performed well on his two starts this season.He was third over tonight'strip in the Group 2 Curragh Cup last time and he had previously finished second to Order Of St George in the Saval Beg Stakes.

The Raceform Interactive nugget

Quantum Dot's record at Chepstow with 'firm' in the going description reads 1315131 (+£20.50 to £1 level stakes.) The seven-year-old, who has never won anywhere else on turf, runs in the 5f handicap at 7.50.

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Roger Charlton's four-year-old ran well after a layoff when third in the Old Newton Cup and improvement is expected
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