Booking of Atzeni looks crucial aboard well-handicapped Inn The Bull
Newmarket: David Milnes
Anbaa(6.50 Kempton, nap)
Ran very green when third on her debut over 1m2f at Salisbury last month and shaped as if this extratwo furlongs will suit. John Gosden's filly has since impressed on the Al Bahathri.Others to follow
Thirsk 2.50 Induct.
Bath 6.10 Entertaining Ben, 6.40 Always Amazing, 7.10 Queen Of Desire, 7.40 Kawasir, 8.10 Altra Via, 9.10 Ferrier.
Kempton 5.50 Fivetoeight, 6.20 Pennywhistle, 7.20 Al Hamdany, 7.50 West Coast Flyer, 8.20 Epic Challenge, 8.50 Pastime.
North: Colin Russell
Breakwater Bay(3.00 Musselburgh, nap)
Not the most prolific of winners but ran well to finish a clear second last time at Redcar. Likely to get the run of the race and, on ground that suits, is fancied to go one better.Others to follow
Bath 6.10 Archimedes, 7.40 Vale Of Kent.
Kempton 6.20 Unbeatable Dancer, 8.20 Mudawwan, 8.50 Illusional.
Musselburgh 2.00 Honey Gg, 2.30 Beryl The Petal, 3.30 Twin Appeal, 4.00 Jacob Black, 4.30 Tewafeedj, 5.00 Kinloch Pride.
Thirsk 2.20 Immokalee, 2.50 Dark Havana, 3.20 Quayside, 3.50 Muscika, 4.20 Elerfaan, 4.50 Searanger, 5.20 Hitman.
Lambourn: James Burn
Inn The Bull(7.20 Kempton, nap)
A mark of 83 ought not to be beyond this five-year-old, who goes well on the all-weather.The booking of top rider Andrea Atzeni is eyecatching.Others to follow
Bath 7.10 Solar Gold, 8.40 Groveman.
Kempton 5.50 Fortune And Glory, 6.20 Nina Petrovna, 7.50 Just In Time, 8.20 Family Fortunes, 9.20 Smooth Sailing.
Worcester 2.40 Robert's Star, 3.10 Skin Deep, 3.40 Malton Rose, 4.10 Ilewin Geez.
West Country: Tim Mitchell
A Montmartre(2.10 Worcester, nap)
Winning hurdler who got outpaced over 2m here last time but shaped encouragingly on only her second start over fences. Fancied to improve for this step up in distance in an open contest.Others to follow
Bath 6.10 Dreams Of Glory, 8.10 Avocadeau.
Worcester 2.40 Walt, 4.40 Barney From Tyanee, 5.10 Irish Prince, 5.40 Goodgirlteresa.
Racing Post Ratings: Paul Curtis
Twin Appeal(3.30 Musselburgh)
Dual course-and-distance winner and things look in place for him to take advantage of a favourable mark once more.
Topspeed: Dave Edwards
Won with authority in a fast time at Hamilton six days ago and despite carrying topweight, he can strike again while the iron is hot.
Private Cashier(8.50 Kempton)
Displayed ability but unplaced in all three starts to date. Andrew Balding's yard are in fine form and his filly may improve now handicapping, with the slight step up in trip looking ideal.Ireland: Tony O'Hehir
Premier League(7.30 Bellewstown)
Placed at Navan and Listowel either side of an easy win at Sligo, the son of Rip Van Winkle can prove the pick against five rivals in this mile handicap. He gets the vote to score for Mick Mulvany and Gary Carroll.
The Raceform Interactive nugget
David Evans is 126111 with his two-year-old runners at Thirsk in the last five seasons (+£39.10 to £1 level stakes).Go Annie Go can score for the trainerin the 7f seller at 2.50.
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