Timeform’s Newbury Betting Tips
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SAVVY KINGDOM produced a promising first effort when finishing third at Windsor last month and that form sets a solid standard in this line-up. Likely to progress further with the outing under his belt, Savvy Kingdom is fancied to put his experience to good use to get off the mark at the expense of a few interesting newcomers.
AL AASY returned from 14 months off with a disappointing effort at Newmarket three weeks ago, but he could be worth another chance to prove himself still capable of smart form. That outing is likely to have blown the cobwebs away and, Group 1-placed as a four-year-old, Al Aasy looks to have a class edge over his five rivals if bouncing back to anything like his best.
SWEET WILLIAM made the most of a good opportunity to open his account when fitted with first-time blinkers at Doncaster two weeks ago, looking value for extra having idled late on as he was heavily eased. There should be better to come from him, especially over this longer trip, and he starts life in handicaps from a potentially good mark.
COMMANCHE FALLS was well on top at the finish when regaining the winning thread in a listed contest at the Curragh three weeks ago, always doing just enough after being produced to lead in the final furlong. Still seeking his first Group-race success, he has the best form in this line-up and should mount a bold bid to make the breakthrough his consistency deserves.
RELIEF RALLY took another big step forward when filling the runner-up spot in the Queen Mary Stakes at Royal Ascot last time, just losing out on the nod and looking an unlucky loser considering she was in front a stride before and after the line. Either way, she has made a very promising start to her career and just a repeat of the form she showed at Ascot will give her every chance of getting her head back in front on these terms.
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FREE NATION proved a disappointment when finishing only sixth on his most recent outing at Doncaster, but it’s far too soon to be writing him off after just one below-par run. He’d looked a useful prospect when finding one too good on his debut at Windsor and it could be worth giving him another chance to confirm the promise of that effort now fitted with a first-time hood.
RED DANIELLE shaped with plenty of encouragement when filling the runner-up spot on her debut at Goodwood in May, simply using up a bit too much energy in the first half of the race to allow her to get past a tenacious winner. Her free-going nature again proved her undoing at Chelmsford last time, but she remains one to be positive about if the application of a hood can help her to settle.
ROWAYEH has made good progress to win her last two starts, first getting off the mark in a maiden at Beverley and then defying a British Horseracing Authority mark of 80 to follow up on her handicap debut at Sandown. She had a bit in hand on the last occasion and, with further improvement on the cards, a 5 lb rise in the weights might not be enough to prevent her from completing the hat-trick.
Newbury Betting Tips
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