The Punt Daily: Tom Collins with two to follow on Monday
Riverwing (2.00 Brighton)
Didn't show much on three starts in novice company, but was well supported on her handicap debut and did plenty wrong in the run, enough to make you put a line through the effort. Having broken quickly from the stalls, she was overly keen and restrained off the pace. She didn't pick up instantly but she looked like she was making a move down the outside between the last two furlongs before not staying the 7½f trip. The drop back to 6f will suit this Mayson filly and I expect a much better showing.
Hawridge Flyer(7.30 Windsor)
Three-year-olds have won this race for the last three years, which gives Pentland Hills backers hope, but there looks to be a strong early pace on and that could set it up for Hawridge Flyer. Rod Millman's Sir Percy gelding has only had 11 starts, but is thoroughly consistent and performs on all surfaces. He's looked a winner waiting to happen recently and this drop to 1m3½f will definitely suit. He finished third over this course and distance at the start of the year when pulling hard early, but he shouldn't be keen with The Secrets Out in the line-up and if he's there with a furlong to go, he's going to go very close.
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