Sunday's free racing tips: best bets on day two of Irish Champions Weekend
Top Boy(3.55 Bath)
Has rediscovered hisform since joining Tony Carroll, for whom he is two from two, and remains well-treated on the form he was showing this time last year. Should find this run to suit and can continue the revival.
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Form from Goodwood is already working out and Charlie Appleby's unbeaten colt has since pleased at Moulton Paddocks.
Cambric(5.00 Ffos Las)
Up 6lb in her bid to make it three wins from her last four starts. Travelled nicely in midfield last time out and, although she didn't exactly swoop past her rivals when delivered out wide, she did more than enough to land the prize. She is entitled to still have improvement left.
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Winner of the Albany Stakes at Royal Ascot and a good second at Newmarket last time, the Roger Varian-trained daughter of Bated Breath has shaped as if today's step up to seven furlongs should suit and she can prove the pick in the Group 1 Moyglare Stud Stakes.
Bolted up on his second start and has since added the Tyros and Futurity Stakes to his CV. Doesn't do a lot when hitting the front but he's on home soil and has a wicked turn of foot.
Madeleine Bond(3.45 Ffos Las)
Has not won for over two years but hinted at a return to form at Chepstow recently and the handicapper has given her a chance.
Sincerity(4.20 Ffos Las)
Defied top weight and justified favouritism in a course-and-distancecontest last month, improving on her novice and maiden efforts. She's from a family that her connections have done well with and should have plenty more to offer. She is greatly respected up 4lb.
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Miss Jabeam(1.20 Curragh)
Course and distance winner who will be suited by the step back up to 6f after staying-on all too late last time out. Races 5lb out the handicap but Nathan Crosse's claim helps negate that and she could have further improvement in her with the likely strong pace to suit.
Must-have stat of the day
Soffia has four wins from four starts at the Curragh (+£31.25 to £1 stakes), including when giving El Astronaute a three-and-a-half-length beating in a Group 2 over 5f last time. She can follow up in a Group 1 over the same trip at 2.25.
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