Friday Tips: More glory after a 100% record yesterday

Wasn’t yesterday a great day! Five races and five winners, what more do you want from a tipster! If you win tell us, keep in contact and get the word out. There’s lots more in store from Hit The Front. As for now, five more for Friday.

3:20 Bath – Al Jawza

A smart looking Al Shaqab prospect who has finished sixth in all of her last three visits to the racecourse. She’s still young, and learning about racing, and a step up in trip and switch to handicapping could work in her favour.

3:55 Bath – Qaaraat

Ed Dunlops two-year-old has posted two good efforts in his career and ought to break his maiden in this contest. He finished fourth at Newbury, before a solid effort in a hugely competitive Newmarket maiden. That form is miles better than anything else, he won’t need to step up too much to claim this. Mark Johnston’s Sunbreak could be a live each way contender.

4:05 Haydock – Sasini

After only narrowly being touched off at Nottingham last time out, Charlie Hills’ Sasini has to be fancied to win at maiden level. It won’t take much improvement to win here, and she’s bred excellently. She could be very hard to beat.

7:10 Musselburgh – Cheerfilly

A Tom Dasccombe filly whose front running tactics boded well at Chester last time out. She finished third in that contest, with two good horses in front of her. Musselburgh’s track will benefit her running style, and she should improve from the run at the Cheshire venue.

8:00 Pontefract – Grandad’s World

Richard Fahey’s sprinter surely has to strike now lowered onto a handy mark of 80. He was last seen finishing fifth in a similar handicap at Thirsk, but excuses can be made for him that day. He wasn’t too far off, and can be fancied once again. The drop to five furlongs may sharpen him up too.


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