Horse Racing tips: Timeform’s best bets at Chelmsford on Thursday

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13:00 – Crystallium

The ones with experience don’t set an exacting standard, so it may be worth taking a chance on the Tom Clover-trained newcomer CRYSTALLIUM. She represents a yard that are enjoying a productive season with their juveniles and she makes appeal on paper being related to a couple of useful winners. Peace of Mine looks the obvious danger under a penalty on the back of an opening success at Salisbury.

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13:35 – Dawahy

DAWAHY showed much improved form to open her account at Wolverhampton earlier this month and still looked rough around the edges when following up under a penalty four days later. She was just kept up to her work in the closing stages for a cosy success and she is just the type that will progress again. She looks the one to beat under another penalty, possibly at the main expense of Lethal Touch and Rodolfo.

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14:10 – Kelapa

A very modest bunch but KELAPA returned to form when runner-up in handicap company at Yarmouth a month ago and the winner of that race has run well since. The step back up to a mile and a quarter should also be in her favour and she has more to recommend her than most in this field. Blairlogie and Global Style are a couple of potential dangers.

14:45 – Rhythm Master

RHYTHM MASTER was highly tried for Richard Fahey last season, but was disappointing on his first start for this yard back in handicap company at Thirsk in April. He underwent a gelding operation after and produced a smart performance when recording his first success since his debut at Newcastle last time, reacting well to the visor being reapplied, showing plenty of resolution in the finish. That was his handicap debut and he seems sure to remain competitive following a 2 lb rise in the weights. Royal Parade is the sole three-year-old in the line-up and is feared most on his handicap debut.

15:20 – Mashaaer

This doesn’t look the deepest maiden and MASHAAER sets a very good standard. She has finished runner-up on five of her six starts, but there is nothing wrong with her attitude, and she was only beaten by a smart sort at Newmarket last time. If she runs to that level in this she will be very hard to beat. Simon and Ed Crisford run a pair of well-bred newcomers in Sunglasses and Central Hall, so market for support for either of those two would be significant.

15:55 – Planet Legend

Only five runners but this has a competitive feel to it. The James Ferguson-trained PLANET LEGEND is the sole three-year-old in the line-up and looks the percentage call following a career-best effort at Wolverhampton last time. He continues to leave the impression that he will be well suited by the step up to this longer trip and he also is very much unexposed on the all-weather. King Francis and Mukha Magic are also fancied to feature.

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16:25 – The Tron

THE TRON is the only one who arrives in form and he’s the obvious choice in a thin race. He has finished placed on his last two starts under this rider and he seems sure to be involved again despite a wide draw. Most of the others have questions to answer, but Amalfi Gem and For Peat’s Sake have at least run well fairly recently, so they’re worthy of consideration.

Timeform’s best bets at Chelmsford:

13:00 – Crystallium
13:35 – Dawahy
14:10 – Kelapa
14:45 – Rhythm Master
15:20 – Mashaaer
15:55 – Planet Legend
16:25 – The Tron

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