Cumani's Fairlight can shine brightly in Kempton novice event
Newmarket: David Milnes
Fairlight(7.10 Kempton, nap)
Ran a decent race on debut when third to Department Of War over 1m2f at Nottingham in April and should be suited by an extra furlong. Luca Cumani's colt has since worked well on the watered gallop.Others to follow
Chelmsford 2.20 Ghost Queen, 2.50 Picture Poet, 3.20 Fleeting Steps, 3.50 Emirates Flyer, 4.20 Goldream, 4.50 Hermosita, 5.20 Court Of Justice.
Haydock 2.10 Caliburn, 2.40 Roca Magica, 3.10 Swiss Knight, 3.40 Maverick Officer, 4.40 African Jazz.
Yarmouth 2.00 Malaysian Boleh, 2.30 Tallulah's Quest, 3.00 Artair, 3.30 Right About Now, 4.00 Thunder North, 4.30 Effervescence, 5.00 Carnival King, 5.30 Caribbean Spring.
Kempton 6.10 Casina Di Notte, 6.40 Capla Demon, 7.40 Atticus Boy, 8.10 Hackney Road, 8.40 Noble Star.
Viscount Loftus(5.10 Haydock, nap)
Sound effort when third at Ayr last week on his first outing at this trip. He has a good draw and, with improvement to come, is fancied to get off the mark for the year.Others to follow
Chelmsford 2.20 I'll Have Another, 2.50 Micronize, 3.20 Danzay, 3.50 Qaffaal, 4.20 Bosham, 4.50 Clubbable.
Hamilton 6.00 Gaelic Wizard, 6.30 March For Men, 7.00 Titus Bolt, 7.30 Mr Wagyu, 8.00 Diamond Avalanche, 8.30 Afandem, 9.00 Imperial Legend.
Haydock 2.10 Ready To Impress, 2.40 Iconic Choice, 3.10 Mount Ararat, 3.40 Ulshaw Bridge, 4.10 New Society, 4.40 River Glades.
Kempton 6.10 Ravenhoe, 7.40 Juneau, 8.40 Portledge.
Yarmouth 2.00 Ticks The Boxes, 2.30 Henrietta's Dream, 4.00 Golden Guide, 4.30 Rizzle Dizzle, 5.30 Palmerston.
Lambourn: James Burn
Crafty Madam(8.40 Kempton, nap)
Capable filly who represents a top yard in decent form. She can build on a solid run at Goodwood earlier this month and should appreciate moving back up in trip.Others to follow
Chelmsford 2.20 Pot Luck, 3.50 Surrey Hope, 4.20 Gold Filigree, 4.50 Natural.
Haydock 2.10 Mapped, 3.10 Caradoc, 3.40 Legal History, 4.10 Sky Marshall.
Kempton 6.10 Mach One, 6.40 Moon Song, 7.40 Lifeboat.
Yarmouth 3.00 Motagally, 4.30 Servilia.
West Country: Tim Mitchell
Airshow(6.40 Kempton, nap)
Course-and-distance winner in April, who bounced back from a disappointing effort when showing up well for a long way in a stronger race than this last time. Another bold bid from the front can be expected.Others to follow
Kempton 7.40 Barnay, 8.10 Nightingale Valley, 8.40 Glory Of Paris.
Racing Post Ratings:Paul Curtis
Ran his best race as a two-year-old over this course and distance and could take some pegging back off his slipping mark.
Topspeed: Dave Edwards
Jumira Bridge(4.20 Chelmsford)
Made a promising all-weather debut at Kempton in April and was not beaten far at Newmarket last month. He put a disappointing Lingfield effort behind him at York recently and can open his account for the season.
Longshot: Shane Ketteridge
Sleeping Lion(7.10 Kempton)
James Fanshawe's colt ran with promise on debut at this course in a race that has since worked out well. The step up in trip will suit and he should come on from a recent outing at Newmarket.
Ireland: Tony O'Hehir
Ayr Of Elegance(7.50 Punchestown)
A three-time winner on the Flat in England, the six-year-old performed creditably on her hurdling debut when third at Listowel nine days ago. She finished with a slipped saddle on that occasion and looks to have strong claims in this mares' maiden.
The Raceform Interactive nugget
Tropicsis 2-2 at Chelmsford, with his victories coming over five and six furlongs. Dean Ivory'sten-year-old makes just his fourth career start at the minimum trip in the 4.20.
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