* All prices are bang up to date with our snazzy widgets, while odds in copy are accurate at time of publishing but subject to change.
The best form belongs to WILL CARVER, who seemed to appreciate the good ground when winning as he liked at Kempton. All his rivals ran encouraging races last time though and Now Where Or When, in particular, should make a race of it.
There should be plenty of pace on here and that will suit the strong traveller ROCK ON ROCCO (nap), who has looked a chaser going places in winning his last two. Boy’s On Tour is a well-handicapped course specialist returning to his best trip and he’s the second suggestion, followed by the intriguing Present Ranger.
Having posted a very good effort over course and distance last time, GREY GIRLY is taken to open her account. Her stablemate Khanmurjan is second on the shortlist, ahead of Zamarkhan, Talk Of Fame and Summer Lightening in that order.
Armed with a 6lb pull and Oakley Brown’s handy 5lbs claim, MING DYNASTY could well reverse Sedgefield placings with Beyond The Clouds who commands respect all the same. Better Getalong looks a potential threat judged on his best hurdles form, while market support for Ash Hill should be heeded.
Potterman is only 1lb higher than for his promotion to first in Sandown’s big end-of-season chase and, with his claims crystal clear, so are those of El Presente – who was hot on his heels. Forgot To Ask has turned over a new leaf and he too makes the shortlist, but at fancy odds a chance is taken on SOUPY SOUPS.
He clearly comes with risks on recent form, but the addition of blinkers are worth the gamble after perhaps going stale in cheekpieces, and returning here should bring back fond memories.
A few of these have races in them off their current marks. It’s been a long road back for SCULLYS FORGE, but he ran well on his second outing since back from an absence here in April and it’s reasonable to think he can come on again. Wakool won with a bit in hand last month and is next best, ahead of Putting Green, who has won both starts over course and distance.
This doesn’t look like a strong bumper and HEMLOCK showed enough in his two starts for Willie Mullins to believe he could be the answer. Fathers Advice chased home an impressive winner at Ayr and he’s second choice ahead of Master Of The Malt. Shantou Champagne could be a lively debutante armed with all the allowances.
- CHECK OUT OUR BRAND NEW SNAZZY RACECARDS FOR EVERY SINGLE RACE TODAY
- … THEN GET ALL THE WINNERS BEFORE ANYONE ELSE WITH OUR FAST RESULTS
- Gallop over to Paddy Power News for all the latest racing tips
- Horse Racing tips: Timeform’s 7 best bets at Goodwood on Sunday
- Horse Racing tips: Our 4 fancies to follow at Chantilly on Sunday
- Horse Racing tips: Our trader’s 3 cracking plays at Chantilly on Sunday
- Horse Racing tips: An ace 12/1 shot heads our Sunday selections at Listowel
- Horse Racing tips: A classy 17/2 play leads our Kilbeggan picks today