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Tuesday, 16 October, 2018

Corinthia Knight armed to conquer at Chester

Corinthia Knight can bounce back from a midfield effort in Group 1 company last time
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North:Colin Russell

Jensue(1.50 Chester, nap)

Prominent racer who won at Redcar in May and ran another sound race when runner-up over C&D last time. She looks feasibly treated for her handicap debut and another good run is expected.

Others to follow

Chester 2.25 The Trader, 3.00 Kimberella, 3.30 Jabbaar, 4.05 Gabriel The Wire, 4.40 Rene Mathis, 5.10 Bell Heather.

Market Rasen 1.30 Breakfast, 2.00 Icefall, 2.35 Banny's Lad, 3.10 Talkonthestreet, 3.40 Lough Salt, 4.15 Lucky Robin, 4.50 Prairie Impulse, 5.20 Juriste.

Lambourn: James Burn

Corinthia Knight(3.00 Chester, nap)

Gelded since a Canadian raid did not go to plan last time, this three-year-old has a good strike-rate and running over six furlongs around a bend should bring out the best in him.

Others to follow
Chester 1.50 Quiet Endeavour, 4.05 Sunsprite, 4.40 Fastar.
Market Rasen 1.30 Bodes Well, 2.00 Fields Of Fortune, 3.10 Vendredi, 3.40 Comely.

Racing Post Ratings: Sam Walker

The Trader(2.25 Chester, nap)

Sets the standard with an RPR of 78 for his three length success at Beverley last time and well draw to give it another go from the front.

Topspeed: Dave Edwards

Ingleby Mackenzie(2.15 Galway, nap)

Has been in winning from over both codes recently and Eoin Doyle's progressive four-year-old can maintain his successful spree.

Longshot:David Revers

Esspeegee(5.10 Chester, nap)

Alan Bailey's Paco Boy gelding has been in good heart this turf season, winning twice, and looked to still have more to offer judged on his unlucky run at Leicester two starts back. There is plenty of pace in the race which should suit and he could be involved at an each-way price.

Ireland:Tony O'Hehir

Dream Walker(3.55 Galway, nap)

The Jarlath Fahey-trained nine-year-old can land the seven furlong Ahonoora Premier Handicap for the third year in a row. Trained by Brian Ellison when successful in 2016 and 2017, Chris Hayes's mount gets the vote following creditable fifth from an unfavourable draw in the BMW Mile at Galwayon Monday.

The Raceform Interactive nugget

Five of the last six horses to run for Dan Skelton following wind surgery have been successful, improving to 5/5 when debuting for the stable. Alizee Javilex is next in line to fit those statistics in the 4.15 at Market Rasen.

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This three-year-old has a good strike-rate and running over six furlongs around a bend should bring out the best in him.
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