Pow can Wow on debut for Meade at Kempton
Newmarket: David Milnes
Pow Wow(8.10 Kempton, nap)
Martyn Meade is pleased with his new purchase, who he picked up for 85,000gns at the horses-in-training sale recently. Formerly with Roger Charlton, the gelded son of Medicean has done well in his work on the Al Bahathri of late.Others to follow
Goodwood 2.10 Setting Sail, 3.10 Me Too Nagasaki, 3.45 Monarchs Glen, 4.20 Mekinoe, 4.50 Ocean Temptress.
Redcar 2.30 Dream Of Delphi, 3.00 Al Hajar, 3.35 Muzaawel, 4.10 Quatrieme Ami.
Kempton 5.40 Tony Soprano, 6.10 Corrosive, 6.40 Barton Mills, 7.10 Sarookh, 7.40 Cape To Cuba, 8.40 Intrepidity, 9.10 Atlanta Belle.
Lambourn: James Burn
Lady Valdean(3.10 Goodwood, nap)
This three-year-old handled the track well enough on two starts last term and has been running well in France this summer, where she got off the mark last time. Ground promises to suit as well.Others to follow
Goodwood 2.40 Billesdon Brook, 3.45 What About Carlo, 4.20 Nathania.
Kempton 6.10 Manthoor, 8.10 Special Relation, 8.40 Stone The Crows.
North: Colin Russell
Jabbarockie(4.10 Redcar, nap)
Speedy sort who got off the mark in a Southwell maiden last time. Still unexposed and with the ground to suit, Eric Alston’s four-year-old is fancied to give another good account.Others to follow
Goodwood 2.10 Voice Of The North, 3.45 Frankuus, 4.20 Renfrew Street, 5.25 Lydia's Place.
Kempton 5.40 Silver Bullet, 8.10 Sennokian Star, 8.40 X Rated.
Perth 2.20 Talkofgold, 2.50 Barrys Jack, 3.25 Eneko, 4.00 Carrigdhoun, 4.30 Tawseef, 5.05 Presented.
Redcar 2.00 Sir Walter, 2.30 Airplane, 3.00 Recks, 3.35 Valdolobo, 4.40 Fort Bastion, 5.15 Zealous, 5.45 Barkston Ash.
Racing Post Ratings: Simon Turner
Plenty to like about last month's debut effort at Haydock and the drop to 7fcould well suit. He sets a good standard for the rest to aim at and looks likely to take a step forward.
Topspeed: Dave Edwards
Successful on this card 12months ago, his recent Newcastle effort was his best on the clock since –a positive pointer to his prospects.
Longshot: Ed Quigley
Will handle the ground and should be capable of getting involved off his current mark in what looks an open race.
Ireland: Tony O'Hehir
Placed on three of his five previous attempts over fences, the Gordon Elliott-trained six-year-old was held in second place when falling at the final fence in the 2m4f handicap chase won by Kylecrue at the Listowel festival. Well in at the weights in this conditions event, he gets the vote to score under Davy Russell.**There are no West Country tips today