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This looks like an open race, but maybe Lincoln Red could provide the answer.
A dual course-and-distance winner, Lincoln Red shaped like he might be on his way back to form at Beverley last time. He was eventually well beaten by winner Kodimoor, but there was no disgrace in his sixth of 15 in that ultra-competitive handicap over a trip (71/2f) that stretches his stamina on his return from a long break. He should improve for that run, the drop back to 6f is in his favour, and he is only 3lb higher than for his last win at Southwell.
Selection: Lincoln Red @
Only two of these runners have run before and the Archie Watson-trained Top Exhibit will need to improve significantly on his low-key debut at Nottingham to land this race. He was beaten more than 16 lengths on that occasion and I’d rather take a chance on one of the newcomers.
Ed Walker has a healthy 17 per cent strike-rate when booking Tom Marquand to ride and the pair team up with Cotai Hero, who is bred to make his mark in his juvenile season.
His sire Cotai Glory won the Molecomb as a two-year-old, while his dam Clef was also successful at two and Cotai Hero should make a bold bid on his debut judged on pedigree.
Selection: Cotai Hero @
This looks a devilishly difficult handicap and it might be worth taking a chance on Mahanakhon Power. He has dropped a long way in the weights in a short space of time and appears to be running into form. He was a solid fifth over 1m2f at this track last month and followed that with a good fourth in a 1m31/2f handicap at Lingfield over the weekend.
Rider Luke Morris has a 19 per cent strike-rate when teaming up with owners The Horse Watchers and the leading rider takes over from 3lb claimer Mark Crehan. That is evidently a positive and Mahanakhon Power looks open to improvement now tried in a first-time visor.
Selection: Mahanakhon Power @
One of the better bets of the day runs in this 1m2f handicap in the shape of Mustazeed.
Trainer Chris Wall does well with his runners at Yarmouth (21-102; 21 per cent strike-rate in the last five seasons) and the yard is in form following three winners from its last ten runners.
Mustazeed is unraced on turf but his half-sibling Mutaaqeb handled the surface and won his only race at this track. Mustazeed can emulate him if transferring his best all-weather form.
That came on his handicap debut at Wolverhampton last month, when he finished strongly to lose out by just half a length in third, and he shaped like he would be suited by a longer trip.
The extra furlong and a half here is in his favour and he is fairly treated after just a 2lb rise.
Selection: Mustazeed @
Qurtajana looks likely to head the market here for John and Thady Gosden and she sets the standard following a close second at Nottingham last month. However, she is more exposed than several of her rivals and might be vulnerable to an improver like Danni California.
The Richard Spencer-trained filly has been placed on both starts in fillies’ maidens at Newmarket and looked in need of a stronger gallop when second to the Sir Michael Stoute hotpot Sunrise Valley there last time. Danni California might be capable of better granted a better pace set up and David Egan is an eyecatching booking taking over from Angus Villiers.
Selection: Quartajana @
Jamie Spencer rides Yarmouth well and a £1 bet on all of his mounts at the track in the last five seasons would have yielded a profit of £21.88 (150-740; 20 per cent strike-rate).
Spencer might be able to get the best out of Foreseeable Future, who has been placed over 7f at this course on his last two starts and was beaten a head in second under Spencer last time.
The return to a mile shouldn’t be a problem for Foreseeable Future, who can go one better.
Selection: Foreseeable Future @
There isn’t a standout wager in this closing contest, but In The Cove could run well.
The Richard Hannon-trained five-year-old disappointed when returned to turf at Salisbury last time, finishing last of 11 as 3-1 joint-favourite. However, he had previously caught the eye with a strong finish over 7f on the all-weather at Lingfield and this mile trip will suit.
Plenty has to be taken on trust, but he has been gelded since that poor effort at Salisbury 38 days ago and would be a big player if returning to his Lingfield form after the short break.
Selection: In The Cove @
*All odds correct at time of writing