Quirky mare can land prize for the second year running
Newmarket: David Milnes
Muffri'Ha(1.20 Lingfield, nap)
William Haggas' tricky mare can bow out with a win after some decent efforts in Group company of late. The five-year-old returned from a break to win a Listed contest at Newmarket in September and is fancied to win this for the second year running.Others to follow
Lingfield 12.15 Scandaleuse, 12.45 Il Primo Sole, 1.50 Gulliver, 2.25 Daphne, 3.30 Sir Gnet, 4.00 La Isla Bonita.
Chelmsford 5.25 Taoiseach, 5.55 Ashington, 6.25 Miss Mirabeau, 6.55 Battersea, 7.25 Gorgeous Noora, 7.55 Diagnostic, 9.00 Caledonian Gold
Lambourn: James Burn
Western Ryder(3.20 Stratford, nap)
Boasts some strong bumper form from last term, has enjoyed a good summer and schooled well subsequently, so should be hard to beat on hurdling debut with champion jockey Richard Johnson booked for the first time.Others to follow
Chelmsford 5.25 Etisalat, 5.55 Deadly Reel, 6.25 Mach One, 6.55 Barye, 7.25 Super Julius, 7.55 Madam Bounty, 8.30 Spin Top.
Lingfield 12.15 Moon Song, 1.20 Pirouette, 1.50 Bobby Wheeler, 2.25 Cribbs Causeway.
Sedgefield 1.30 Court Liability.
Stratford 1.40 Good Man Pat, 3.50 Keeper Hill.
North: Colin Russell
Baraboy(4.10 Sedgefield, nap)
Not the most consistent but on a fair mark, goes well on the track and is fancied to give another good account with the ground to suit.Others to follow
Chelmsford 5.25 Rastacap, 5.55 Baghdad, 6.25 Breaking Free, 6.55 Watersmeet, 7.25 Aleef, 7.55 Logi, 8.30 Fredericka, 9.00 Miss Uppity.
Lingfield 1.20 Melesina, 1.50 Barracuda Boy, 4.00 Secret Missile.
Sedgefield 1.00 Crackdeloust, 1.30 Judge Earl, 2.05 Quietly, 2.35 Sun Cloud, 3.10 Boric, 3.40 Wide Awake.
Racing Post Ratings: Steve Mason
Volt Face(1.00 Sedgefield, nap)
Has an experience advantage over his rivals and confirmed himself to be well-handicapped when narrowly beaten off this mark on his recent Kempton reappearance.
Topspeed: Dave Edwards
Has found one too goodon her last two runsat Kempton,but Sir Michael Stoute's filly could deservedly break her duck.
Longshot: Ed Quigley
Smooth Stepper(3.10 Sedgefield)
Would have needed his recent spin over hurdles, and the eight-year-old should be competitive off this mark now returning to fences.
Ireland: Tony O'Hehir
Shattered Love(3.00 Clonmel)
A three-time winner over hurdles, the Gordon Elliott-trained six-year-old justified very short odds when scoring by 26 lengths on her chasing debut at Fairyhouse last month. This looks harderand she is dropping in trip, but she still makes plenty of appeal and gets the vote to score under Jack Kennedy.>> There are no West Country tips today