After a fantastic day of tips yesterday we return hoping for more success. £1 returned about £25 profit yesterday, and we enjoyed plenty of good results all around the country. Long may that continue!
2:05 Naas – Constant Comment e/w (14/1)
A well-bred Jim Bolger filly who has failed to strike in two attempts. Ideally she may want soft ground, but this drop in trip should suit her. She seems a bit hot to handle, but if she settles she’s more than capable of winning a maiden contest
2:40 Naas – Whitecliffsofdover (5/6), Radio Silence ew (16/1)
He was an impressive winner at Newmarket when last seen and looks to hold a good chance once again. The three-year-old won the Free Handicap in very good style, indicating he is good enough to compete at the top level again. He’s experienced in Group One level, and should be a bit too good in this.
Radio Silence does look to have some quality about him, although this is a very big ask. He can certainly pick up some place money towards the end.
3:10 Ripon -Alshibaa NAP (10/3)
This three-year-old is one that could be a lot better than this level, his extremely well bred with pattern winners throughout the family. His form has been poor, but his half-sister Curvy had similar form going into her first start as a three-year-old in the spring. She won easily, before going on to win at Group One level. He can follow in those steps, and could be one to keep an eye out for.
3:50 Stratford – Stay Out Of Court (5/1)
David Pipe’s six-year-old suffered a heavy fall on his last start, and has to be respected on the same mark and similar conditions. He was going well that day, and deserves another chance, he’s been running well without winning and should have a good chance.
4:00 Market Rasen – Voix D’Eau (4/1)
Harry Fry’s seven-year-old has really failed to fire last season. I won on him at Cheltenham last April, but he just never got going since and hasn’t gone close in two efforts on return to Gloucestershire. He’s won on this ground today, and the trip should be fine. He steps back to handicaps and doesn’t have to overcome too high a mark.
4:40 Ripon – Materialist (13/8)
One whose looked showed plenty promise is Materialist. He’s finished second on both outings and has to be fancied to break his maiden for Roger Varian, the form of those races are pretty strong. If he can be settled and run his race he will win soon enough.