Well-bred Heartwarming looks set to make winning debut
Newmarket: David Milnes
Angel's Hideaway(2.30 Haydock, nap)
Ran a promising debut when third at Newmarket last month and has since impressed in her work on the Al Bahathri. John Gosden's filly is well drawn and won't mind the ground.Others to follow
Yarmouth 1.50 Beachwalk, 2.20 Blonde Warrior, 2.50 Argentello, 3.20 Tyrsal, 3.50 Right About Now, 4.20 Martineo, 4.50 Marilyn, 5.20 Comporta.
Haydock 2.00 Eyecatcher, 3.30 Emphatic, 4.30 Mystic Flight.
Ripon 2.10 Eyelool, 2.40 Global Art, 4.10 Indian Warrior, 4.40 Restive Spirit.
Sandown 5.55 Zalpa, 6.25 Artarmon, 7.00 George Villiers, 7.35 Christopher Wood, 8.05 Al Muffrih, 8.40 Fondest.
Carlisle 6.05 Stage Play, 6.40 Early Edition, 7.15 Kohinur, 7.45 Ferrier, 8.20 Fujaira Prince.
North: Colin Russell
Mutadaffeq(7.15 Carlisle, nap)
Back to form when third at Hamilton on latest start. He's really well handicapped now and has conditions to suit.Others to follow
Carlisle 6.05 Samantha James, 6.40 Seductive Moment, 7.45 Mystical Mac, 8.50 Mustaqbal, 9.20 Mishaal.
Haydock 2.00 Quantatmental, 2.30 Glass Slippers, 3.00 Blyton, 3.30 Paco Escostar, 4.00 Bashiba, 4.30 Cashel, 5.00 Beach Break.
Ripon 2.10 Yellow Fire, 2.40 Juneau, 3.10 Mooltazem, 3.40 Gurkha Friend, 4.10 Rickyroadboy, 4.40 Good Boy Alfie, 5.10 Regal Mirage.
Sandown 5.55 Collect Call, 6.25 Poetic Steps, 7.35 Arch Gold. 8.40 Chantresse.
Yarmouth 1.50 Enrolment, 3.50 Kiwi Bay, 4.20 Vera Drake, 4.50 Foxy Rebel, 5.20 Snowdon.
Lambourn: James Burn
Heartwarming(5.55 Sandown, nap)
A half-sister to the classy Heartache, who looks poised to go close at a venue where trainer Clive Cox enjoys plenty of winners.Others to follow
Carlisle 6.40 Nate The Great.
Haydock 2.00 Groveman, 3.00 Soldiers Call.
Ripon 4.40 Savaanah.
Sandown 6.25 Mercer's Troop, 8.40 Ripley.
Racing Post Ratings:Paul Curtis
Well handicapped on the form he was showing this time last year, including a third over course and distance off 9lb higher, and shaped as if he was coming back to his best on his latest start.
Topspeed: Dave Edwards
Found one too good when favourite at Windsor last month but Ralph Beckett's three-year-old should be given a chance to recover losses.
Longshot: Dave Revers
The Charlie Hills-trained three-year-old ran an encouraging race last time out at Goodwood and is bred to appreciate this step up in trip.
Ireland: Tony O'Hehir
Ice Cold In Alex(6.50 Leopardstown)
The Ken Condon-trained four-year-old will be tacklinga mile for the first time and, following a good effort over seven furlongs at the same track 13 days ago, he gets the vote to score under Shane Foley.>> There are no West Country tips on Thursday
The Raceform Interactive nugget
Frankie Dettori's last ten rides on three-year-olds at Yarmouth have resulted in figures of 1416111111 (80 per cent strike-rate; +£10.43 to £1 stakes). He is 3-3 on John Gosden-trained three-year-olds at the track and he ridesArgentello for that trainer in the mile novice stakes at 2.50.
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