Race 3 at Deauville is a 1m 2f Handicap for three-year olds where a lot of runners in this race are coming into form at the right time and I believe LORD WELLINGTON could be a horse who is on the improve.
His first run of 2020 came two weeks ago when he was second beaten only a by short neck. It was a tight affair on that occasion as a short neck was the only thing separating the first three home.
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Lord Wellington was beaten favourite here last December in a maiden contest, but at a price he could certainly out run its odds and has an excellent winning chance.
Race 6 at 16:00 is the best race on the card. It features Group 2 action with a winner’s purse of €51,000 up for grabs. It’s small field of six taking part and the horse that certainly looks the part is FRENCH KING.
He is resuming after a break when going off favourite when last seen three months ago and managing to win.
Neither jockey or trainer are in particularly good form at present, but in this small field I believe French King can prevail and has a definite winning hope.
Race 7 is another of Grade 2 action with a much bigger field and a much trickery race.
GOLD VIBE is the horse that caught our eye, coming back from a seven-month absence on May 11th with an impressive second placed effort.
He would have needed that run back, so should a bit fitter this time and rates among the winning hopes so is worth your consideration.
The last one on the card for the day is 1m 2f race. Most of the field are likely improvers and we’re going for AJSAMAN at a price.
He did manage to win in February and was sixth on the run after. He was then a solid third of eight at Lion Dangers last time out.
He is a useful sort, who definite looks a player and can only improve further.
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