Green Zone looks worth watching at Perth now back to nice mark
North: Colin Russell
Green Zone(3.05 Perth, nap)
Won three on the trot last summer and, though not so good since, he has dropped to below his last winning mark and is fancied to bounce back.Others to follow
Fakenham 4.25 Handy Hollow.
Perth 2.00 Shankill Castle, 2.35 Indian Temple, 3.40 Caius Marcius, 4.10 Martiloo, 4.40 Celtic Flames, 5.10 Enzo Barbieri.
Lambourn: James Burn
Guiding Stars(3.25 Fakenham, nap)
Hints of ability in four bumper starts and the Harry Whittington stable, which enjoyed its best campaign last term, remains in decent order. This five-year-old could be on the scene on his first start over hurdles. Others to follow
Fakenham 2.50 Princeton Royale, 4.25 Havisham.
Racing Post Ratings:Steve Mason
Indian Temple(2.35 Perth, nap)
Runs off the same mark as when landing this race last year and shaped like he was ready to strike when beating all bar a progressive sort at Aintree last month.
Topspeed: Dave Edwards
Reivers Lodge(4.40 Perth)
Slipped up on the turn for home when travelling smoothly over this course and distance last month and is well worth another chance.
Longshot: Dave Revers
Sir Tommy(3.05 Perth)
Course-and-distance winner who is still lightly raced for a nine-year-old. He could cause a shock at a big price.
Although the Willie McCreery-trained four-year-old has been raised 8lb for her comfortable two-length win overthistrip at the Curragh eight days ago, the daughter of Choisir can follow up with smart 5lb claimer Oisin Orr on board.>> There are no Newmarket or West Country tips on Sunday
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Peter Bowen has won with all three runners he has sent to Perth in 2018, for a £1 level-stakes profit of £9.38. The pick of his two runners there on Sunday is Curious Carlos, who runs in the 2m novices' chase at 3.40.
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