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Lomu should take some stopping going for fourth turf win

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Newmarket: David Milnes

Swaffham Bulbeck(7.40 Wolverhampton, nap)

Madea promising debut when sixth at Nottingham last month and appears to have been found the right opportunity, Ed Vaughan’s gelding has since worked well on the Al Bahathri.

Others to follow
Ayr 4.00 Jumira Prince, 4.30 Zabeel Prince, 5.00 Easy Wind.
Ffos Las 2.45 Mishari, 3.15 Avocet.
Windsor 5.50 Caribbean Spring, 6.20 Awesometank, 6.50 Expelled, 7.20 Spring Loaded, 7.50 Canberra Cliffs, 8.20 Hollywood Road.
Wolverhampton 5.40 Tranquil Soul, 6.40 Samarmadi, 8.10 Anne Medici, 8.40 Alemaratalyoum.

Lambourn: James Burn

Percy Thrower(6.10 Wolverhampton, nap)

Off since May but has had plenty of entries recently and has been going okay at home. Step up to 1m6f promises to suit and should be able to make his mark off a rating of 60.

Others to follow
Ffos Las 2.15 We Are The World, 2.45 Paradwys, 3.15 Hollander, 3.45 African Beat, 4.45 Mordoree, 5.15 Spare Parts, 5.45 Hungarian Rhapsody.
Windsor 5.50 Dr Goodhead, 6.50 Running Cloud, 7.20 Love On The Rocks, 7.50 Angel’s Quest.
Wolverhampton 5.40 Amazing Alice, 6.40 King Of Spin, 7.40 Golden Wolf.

North: Colin Russell

Metisian(3.00 Ayr, nap)

Lightly raced three-year-old who scored in good style on his handicap debut and fancied to follow up with further improvement likely.

Others to follow
Ayr 2.00 Poet’s Prince, 2.30 Be Kool, 3.30 Gerry The Glover, 4.00 Thornton, 4.30 Nicholas T, 5.00 Sepal.
Ffos Las 2.15 American Ruby, 4.15 Think So.
Windsor 5.50 Neptune Star.
Wolverhampton 5.40 Society Secret, 6.10 Dyna Might, 6.40 Brother Tiger, 7.10 Never Say, 8.10 Rock Of Monaco, 8.40 The Amber Fort.

West Country: Andrew King

Monologue(7.10 Wolverhampton, nap)

Has his first run for a new yard and expected to go well with Rob Hornby, who won on him in March, back in the saddle.

Others to follow
Ffos Las 2.45 Waqf, 3.15 Secretfact, 3.45 Sunny Future, 4.45 Rocket Ronnie.
Windsor 6.20 Airshow, 8.20 The Twisler.

Racing Post Ratings: Simon Turner

Amazing Alice(5.40 Wolverhampton, nap)

Showed notably improved form when winning well at Chelmsford last time and might not need to do any better to follow up.

Topspeed: Dave Edwards

Lomu(2.30 Ayr)

Made a winning return over course and distance last month and Keith Dalgleish’s three-year-old can make it four from four on turf.

Longshot: Ed Quigley

High On Love(7.50 Windsor)

Not shown much lately, but is dropping down the handicap and won on his only previous visit to the course.

Ireland: Tony O’Hehir

Lethal Steps(6.00 Killarney)

Overcame problems at different stages when getting up for a narrow win over six furlongs on his debut at Leopardstown last month. Stepping up two furlongs in trip, Colin Keane’s mount can account for his four rivals in the Killarney festival opener.

Not shown much lately, but is dropping down the handicap and won on his only previous visit to the course