Lingfield is in the spotlight for Sky Sports Racing viewers on Wednesday with a busy seven-race card, plus Grade Three action from Saint-Cloud.
7.20 Lingfield – Last four winners meet on competitive handicap
It The Races App Expert Tips on Handicap (7.20) looks like a deep contest as four last time winners meet between 11 runners over six furlongs.
Jockey Neil Callan has an impressive 60 per cent strike rate [three wins from five] while managing for manager James Tait this year, including last month’s Wolverhampton goalscorer Cool Lightning.
Up 5kg for that smart win, the four-year-old filly has every chance of scoring again after a 30-day break.
Gold medal Group One winner South African trainer Dylan Cunha provided his second British winner over this course and distance last month and has gained just 4lb for the feat.
Tony Carroll Bezzas Lad he has plenty of experience at this level and will be aiming for a seventh career win, having won over five furlongs here last month.
Bobby On The Beat is a three-time course and distance winner and is in contention to move up 6lb under Luke Morris.
6.45 Lingfield – In-form Wadacre Grace leads the field of six
2023 has been a busy year for those coached by Charlie Johnston Wadacre Gracewinning two of his eight starts at yard, once over course and distance and at Newcastle 23 days ago.
He comes as a horse number The Races App Form Study in Fillies’ Handicap (6.45) but faces five potentially difficult challengers, including a follow-up Queen of Cereal.
Eve Johnson Houghton’s five-year-old improved over last season and produced an impressive display to win here in September.
Although staying a virgin at 14 begins in britain and ireland, john butler Windsor Pass ran after a good one in Newcastle’s Starshiba last time I saw and finally managed to get his day in the sun.
One to follow.
Imagine Banbou (4.02 – Saint-Cloud) is tied with Venetia Williams’ smart chaser Frero Banbou and is looking for third degree glory against 12 rivals.
5.40 Lingfield – Boughey & Buick team up with Pastiche
It Sky Sports Racing Sky 415 Fillies’ Novice Stakes (5.40) feature some potential class individuals, headed by the race’s only previous winner; Pasteur.
The formidable duo of George Bowie and William Buick team up with this Zoustar, who improved from his two-year-old debut to win on his second start at Southwell in October.
The danger here is likely to be the well-mannered Inverlochy – A half-sister to recent Group Three winner Ottoman Navy, if Simon and Ed Crisford are ready for a first start since May last year, fourth behind Maugham in what looks set to be a hot novice event.
Full of intello Regal Fanfare A full sister to multiple Group Three winner Regal Reality, who is also nominated for Sir Michael Stout and is expected to improve on her debut effort at Kempton in November.
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Watch every race from Lingfield, as well as the rated action from St-Cloud, all live on Sky Sports Racing on Wednesday 26 April.