Friday's free racing tips: punting pearls from our top team
Sir Michael Stoute has made a bright start to the season and this three-year-old has been taking the eye on the Al Bahathri Polytrack of late.
This veteran sprinter has rated much higher in his time, but he looks well treated on form as recent as last autumn and has a good record fresh. The break sinceearly January and interim wind surgery could see him take advantage.
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An improving three-year-old last year and unexposed as a sprinter, he is the obvious alternative to Brando.
Godolphin's star has sixwins in just nine career starts, including both runs here and a wide-margin success from the front in a 1m4f Group 1 in Germany last September. He also made an excellent return to action at Meydan in Februaryand is the form pick on his peak efforts.
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Found one too good here last time but had earlier scored at Kempton and this lightly raced four-year-old has more to offer.
Emaraaty Ana(2.25 Newmarket)
Had very smart form as a two-year-old but rather lost his way last season. He got back on track last time out and looks an interesting outsider in a racein which hisyard has a fantastic record.
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Astral Path(12.50 Angers)
Everything happened a bit too fast over a straight five furlongs on heavy groundat Chantilly in March and she is far better judged on her closeup finish behind Pouliches heroine Dream And Do last autumn.
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