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Gosden's Garrick should build on his Newmarket third

Garrick: was a decent third on his seasonal debut at Newmarket
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Newmarket: David Milnes

Garrick(8.20 Windsor, nap)

Ran a decent comeback when third to Guns Of Leros at Newmarket last month and should be suited by the track. John Gosden's hope has since worked nicely on the Al Bahathri.

Others to follow
Brighton: 2.00 Late Change, 3.30 Maori Bob, 4.00 Tawafooq, 5.00 Malaysian Boleh.
Pontefract: 6.40 Alban's Dream, 7.10 Wind Place and Sho, 8.10 Manjaam.
Windsor: 5.50 Global Academy, 6.20 Leading Spirit, 6.50 Flying Sparkle, 7.50 Sageness, 8.50 Revived

North: Richard Young

Becky The Thatcher(7.10 Pontefract, nap)

Triple hurdle winner who opened Flat account when beating a subsequent winner in impressive fashion at Carlisle last time. Up in weights and in grade but fancied to go in again.

Others to follow
Brighton: 2.30 Aisling, 3.00 Medici Oro.
Pontefract: 6.40 Dancing On A Dream, 7.40 Crotchet, 8.10 My Reward, 8.40 Avenue Of Stars, 9.10 Dapper Man.
Windsor: 5.50 Lord Riddiford, 6.20 Allux Girl, 7.20 Fire Fighting.
Worcester: 3.45 Molly Whuppie, 5.15 Exit To Freedom.

Lambourn: James Burn

More Than Likely(2.30 Brighton, nap)

Richard Hughes has his string in decent order and this filly made an encouraging debut behind a potentially smart sort at Windsor last month. Normal improvement from that should make her hard to beat.

Others to follow
Brighton: 2.00 Livvys Dream, 4.30 New Rich.
Pontefract: 6.40 Pink Iceburg.
Windsor: 5.50 Awesome, 6.20 Private Rocket, 6.50 Fashion Sense, 7.20 Shanghai Silver, 8.20 Come On Come On.
Worcester: 2.15 Le Curieux, 2.45 Our Reward, 4.15 Bright Tomorrow.

West Country:Tim Mitchell

Kalifourchon(2.45 Worcester, nap)

Off since falling at Stratford in November but was in the process of running a decent race on only his second start over fences. Remains with potential in this sphere and with conditions to his liking he is fancied to make his presence felt.

Others to follow
Worcester: 3.15 Deauville Crystal, 5.15 Ardmillan.

Racing Post Ratings: Simon Turner

Multitask(5.00 Brighton)

Caught the eye when getting little room last time at Kempton. Previous course winner and has been found a very weak race.

Topspeed: Dave Edwards

Here And Now(7.20 Windsor)

Scored at Lingfield and Chester last season and Ralph Beckett's four-year-old can make a winning return.

Longshot:Simon Giles

Avenue Of Stars(8.40 Pontefract)

On a lengthy losing run but this course and distance winner is dangerously handicapped if ready to roll on seasonal reappearance. He's won after a layoff before and yard amongst the winners recently so there is cause for hope on that front.

Ireland:Tony O'Hehir

Lethal Power(8.00 Roscommon)

Following solid efforts on his two starts this season, at Killarney and the Curragh, the Johnny Murtagh-trained son of Acclamation can get off the mark in the 1m2f maiden. Drawn in stall one, he can score under Shane Foley.

The Raceform Interactive nugget

Wind Place And Shohasn't won for nearly two years but he's two for two at Pontefract, including a win over 2m1f when officially rated 85 in 2016. The six-year-old is now rated just 77 and a return to this track can spark a revival. He runs in the stayers' handicap at 7.10.

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Ran a decent comeback when third to Guns Of Leros at Newmarket last month and should be suited by the track
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