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Thursday, 17 January, 2019

Noseda's Zain Hana can make a winning start to her career

Dutch Connection: huge chance at Goodwood if conditions are quick
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Newmarket: David Milnes

Zain Hana (2.55 Yarmouth, nap)

Jeremy Noseda has his team of two-year-olds in good shape and this daughter of Shamardal has been showing up well in her work under today's jockey John Egan on the Al Bahathri of late.

14.55 Yarmouth

Others to follow
Goodwood 2.10 Ibn Al Emarat, 2.45 Cagliari, 3.20 Frontispiece, 3.55 The Gay Cavalier, 4.30 Solomon's Bay, 5.05 White Chocolate
Beverley 3.40 Maori Bob, 4.15 Asaas, 5.55 Getgo
Yarmouth 2.20 Zorba The Greek, 3.30 Tulip Fever, 4.05 Daawy, 4.40 Brigliadoro, 5.15 Hyde Park, 5.50 Still Waiting

Lambourn: James Burn

Dutch Connection (4.30 Goodwood, nap)

A class act on his day and lethal over 7f at this track. He has a huge chance if conditions are on the quick side.

16.30 Goodwood

Others to follow
Goodwood 3.20 Eynhallow, 3.55 Believe It, 5.05 Nathania, 5.40 Her Terms
Yarmouth 2.55 Ganayem, 4.05 Mafaaheem, 4.40 Takatul

North: Richard Young

Mr C (5.55 Beverley, nap)

Bogged down in heavy conditions at Nottingham last time, but can be better judged on his previous Pontefract win over this trip on quicker ground. There is plenty of scope for improvement and is worth another chance on a sound surface.

17.55 Beverley

Others to follow
1.55 Talent Scout, 2.30 Book Of Dreams, 3.05 Rumshak, 3.40 Cornborough, 4.15 Lamloom, 4.50 Dapper Man, 5.25 Lopito De Vega
Goodwood 4.30 Salateen
Yarmouth 3.30 Austin Powers, 4.05 Teodoro, 4.40 Kharbetation, 5.15 Mujassam

West Country: Tim Mitchell

Unison (3.55 Goodwood, nap)

Slipping steadily down the weights and should be in the mix here. He ran respectably last time at Sandown and the same jockey is booked again today.

15.55 Goodwood

Racing Post Ratings: Sam Walker

Johann Bach (4.20 Curragh)

Has not run on turf for 14 months but looks well treated if he can get back to that level (RPR 101). He's been going well on the all-weather earlier in the year and can hopefully transfer that over.

16.20 Curragh

Topspeed: Dave Edwards

Frontispiece (3.20 Goodwood)

Produced a personal best on the stopwatch when a creditable second over course and distance earlier this month. Sir Michael Stoute's lightly raced colt may deservedly go one better.

15.20 Goodwood

Longshot: Ed Quigley

Fighting Temeraire (5.15 Yarmouth)

Fighting Temeraire shaped as though he needed the run last time out and is capable of going well off this mark if coming on for the outing.

17.15 Yarmouth

Ireland: Tony O'Hehir

Hibou (4.20 Curragh)

Beat all bar Riven Light in a valuable mile handicap on his most recent start at the Galway festival. The Iain Jardine-trained four-year-old has strong claims only 4lb higher here in the Irish Cambridgeshire and gets the vote to score under David Nolan.

16.20 Curragh


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