Machell Place set to go one better for Gosden at Yarmouth
Newmarket: David Milnes
Machell Place(5.50 Yarmouth, nap)
Was unlucky to run into a decent type on just his second start at Newmarket 11 days ago, when the pair were clear. John Gosden's chestnut has since moved well on Warren Hill.Others to follow
Brighton 1.40 Bright Saffron, 3.10 Enigmatic, 3.40 Black Sails, 4.10 Wild Acclaim, 4.40 Malaysian Boleh.
Chepstow 4.30 Geetanjali, 5.00 Praeceps.
Pontefract 2.20 Final Rock, 2.50 Watchmyeverymove, 3.50 Reverend Jacobs.
Yarmouth 5.20 Jan's Joy, 6.20 Lunar Deity, 6.50 Trouble and Strife, 7.20 Arzaak, 7.50 Herringswell, 8.20 Letmestopyouthere.
Kempton 6.10 Bhodi, 6.40 Alshahhad, 7.10 Gleeful, 7.40 Rare, 8.10 Atticus Boy, 8.40 King Kevin.
North: Colin Russell
Laith Alareen(7.20 Yarmouth, nap)
Progressive sprinter who completed a hat-trick in good style at Doncaster last time. That looks strong form so, although he has up in the ratings, he is fancied to complete a four-timer.Others to follow
Brighton 2.10 Elusive Brand.
Chepstow 4.00 Poet's Prince, 4.30 Kilbaha Lady, 5.00 Angel Carlotta.
Pontefract 2.20 First Dance, 2.50 Ventura Ocean, 3.20 Zeshov, 3.50 Mukhayyam, 4.20 Bondi Beach Boy, 4.50 Ginger Jack, 5.25 Round The Island.
Lambourn: James Burn
Fortune And Glory(5.40 Kempton, nap)
Joe Tuite's string are in decent nick and this consistent five-year-old appears to have a fine chance stepping back up to a mile.Others to follow
Brighton 1.40 Karakoram, 2.10 Big Baby Bull, 2.40 All Back To Mine, 3.10 Optimum Time, 3.40 Elysium Dream.
Chepstow 2.30 Superseded, 4.00 Nathan.
Kempton 6.40 Nawar, 7.10 Summer Blossom, 7.40 Via Delle Volte, 8.40 Just In Time, 9.10 Zaajer.
Yarmouth 7.50 It's Not Unusual.
West Country: Tim Mitchell
Master Grey(5.00 Chepstow, nap)
Might have finished closerif he had a stronger pace to aim at Newbury last month, but remains in good form and has a race of this nature within his compass off his current mark.Others to follow
Brighton 5.10 Vanderbilt.
Chepstow 3.30 Amberine.
Kempton 5.40 American Patrol, 8.40 Vis A Vis, 9.10 Diva Star.
Racing Post Ratings:Paul Curtis
Fresh Terms(4.30 Chepstow)
A little disappointing when beaten on her latest start, but her previous two runs have worked out really well and she's worth another chance to prove herself off a favourable mark.
Topspeed: Dave Edwards
Ventura Ocean(2.50 Pontefract)
Promising second when just denied on debut at York but a beaten favourite when disappointing on Tapeta last month. Worth another chance on return to turf.
Longshot: Olly Eden
C'Est No Mour(8.40 Kempton)
Peter Hedger's gelding is now 2lb lower than when runner-up to Fire Fighting three outings ago, and has shaped as though he is worth a crack at alonger trip. Dropping in grade and with cheekpieces on for the first time, he can go well at a price if handling the surface.
Ireland: Tony O'Hehir
Dancing Doll(7.30 Sligo)
Having finished well when half-a-length second to Dawn Hoofer over 1m3f at Killarney on her most recent start last month, the Tony Martin-trained five-year-old appeals over this longer trip and gets the vote to score under Colin Keane.
The Raceform Interactive nugget
Tyrsalhas done plenty of racing at Yarmouth, with his form figures over the 1m2f trip being most impressive – 1122232. Consequently, he rates a great each-way bet in the 6.20.
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