Our experts around the country reveal their best bets on Thursday
Newmarket: David Milnes
Gorgeous Noora(3.45 Pontefract, nap)
Was too keen to do herself justice when disappointing at Chelmsford last time and fancied to do better around here. Luca Cumani's filly has since worked well on the Limekilns.
Others to follow
Ayr 1.30 Takumi, 2.00 Golden Slam, 3.35 Escalator
Yarmouth 1.50 Nostrovia, 2.20 Murray River, 2.50 Hidden Message, 3.25 Uber Cool, 4.00 Potters Lady Jane, 4.35 Show Stealer, 5.10 Nobleman's Nest
Pontefract 2.40 Christopher Wood, 4.20 Pepper Street, 4.55 Momtalik
Chelmsford 5.45 Deputise, 6.15 Special Mission, 6.45 Flying Foxy, 7.15 Very Talented, 7.45 Auxerre, 8.45 North Bay Sunrise, 9.15 Spryt
Silvery Moon(2.30 Ayr, nap)
Hasn't been in the best form this season, although he didn't stay last time, and is on his lowest mark since he was a four-year-old. He goes well on the course, is drawn well and is fancied to win this race for the third time with the ground in his favour.
Others to follow
Ayr: 1.30 George Mallory, 2.00 Magic City, 3.05 Jay Kay, 3.35 Gabrial, 4.10 Maulesden May, 4.45 Mable Lee, 5.20 Buyer Beware
Chelmsford: 5.45 Staycation, 6.45 Indian Pursuit, 7.15 Mythical Madness, 8.15 Melgate Melody
Pontefract: 2.10 Bugler Bob, 2.40 Showboating, 3.15 Mulligatawny, 3.45 Florenza, 4.20 Becky The Thatcher, 4.55 Lady Annalee, 5.25 Full Intention
Yarmouth: 1.50 Sosume, 2.20 Capla Crusader, 3.25 Elegiac, 4.00 Raven Banner
Lambourn: James Burn
Khamry(5.10 Yarmouth, nap)
Owen Burrows' string are back in good order and there is more to come from this lightly raced five-year-old, who has won two of his four starts and has a fine chance at one of the trainer's go-to tracks.
Others to follow
Ayr 1.30 Dark Jedi, 2.00 Angel Of Darkness, 3.35 Air Pilot
Chelmsford 5.45 Prince Of Rome, 6.45 Monumental Man
Yarmouth 1.50 Isaan Queen, 2.40 Etisalat, 3.15 Najashee, 3.45 Goodnight Girl
West Country: Andrew King
Incentive(6.45 Chelmsford, nap)
She has been running consistently without winning, but has the pace to overcome moderate draw and put matters right.
Racing Post Ratings: Paul Curtis
His best runs have come on soft ground and he looks set to return to form with a break since early July of no concern given his good record fresh.
Topspeed: Dave Edwards
Dubai Horizon(3.35 Ayr)
Successful over course and distance in July, he followed up smoothly at Sandown last month and looks ready for this step up in grade.
Longshot: Sam Hardy
Saint Equiano(2.00 Ayr)
Boasts an impressive strike-rate at Ayr and showed a return to form in his last few runs since being gelded.
Ireland: Tony O'Hehir
Paris Texas(6.00 Clonmel)
An easy winner of a maiden hurdle over a slightly shorter trip at Downpatrick on his most recent start, the Joseph O'Brien-trained five-year-old can follow up under Evan Daly in this novice event.
The Raceform Interactive nugget
In the last decade, Saeed Bin Suroor's figures in the Listed Doonside Cup at Ayr are 214121D1 (Sky Hunter passed the post first in 2014 but was later disqualified) for a £1 level-stakes profit of £11.38. He is represented by course-and-distance winnerDubai Horizon (3.35) this time.
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