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Free Racing Tips Little Beauty for 03 June 2023


SPREWELL 1.30 Epsom 11/1 each way – A lovely-looking son of ‘Australia’, I was impressed by the way he quickened away from 3 very useful rivals from various ‘O’Brien yards at Leopardstown last time.

That race was over 1m 2f so this new trip is a bit of an unknown, but he was never any stronger than at the finish, plus he’s related to several 1m 4f+ winners. All his races have been on ground soft or worse, but I don’t think he has much of a knee action, plus his sire, dam and dam’s sire were all fast ground winners.

His trainer Jessica Harrington is having her best ever year over in Ireland, and although she doesn’t have a great record with her UK runners at 10%, she did send over a listed winner at Chester last month (who was also running on quick ground for the first time) and if this fella takes to the conditions, then he could also go well.


Previous Selections 

ABBRAVAGIO 4:30 Yarmouth 8/1 each way - A nice type who, after running OK on debut was then thrown in to a group 3 at Newmarket, and although finishing a well beat last, the fact he was put in such a contest perhaps show the regard the son of ‘Carravagio’ is held.

He ran OK on his return run which was on soft ground over a mile, but perhaps tired late on and needed the run. He’s been handed and opening mark of just 59, and off bottom weight in this 0-75 handicap, dropping to 7f back on good ground I think he can go well. 

HOT TEAM 5:20 Hamilton 13/2 each way - Has run well a few times this year under amateur jockeys, but was a bit disappointing at Newcastle last time after anticipating the start and then racing keenly in a race that was run at a muddling pace.

His mark has dropped to 50 for his return to a track where he’s won twice with form figures reading 146136 which have all been off marks between 53-60. Pro-jockey Neil Callan takes over in the saddle, and although probably preferring softer ground, he has won on this type of ground, and if given the green light I think he can go well.

TURNTABLE 4.00 Recar 10/1 each way – There's a possibility soft ground wasn't to TURNTABLE's benefit on his reappearance and he's worth another chance to show what he can do for the Harry Eustace yard.
FLY DE MEGAUDAIS 5.30 Limerick 13/2 each way – FLY DE MEGAUDAIS returned to form back from a break when placing at Tipperary three weeks ago and he has every chance off the same mark now which is just 1 lb higher compared to when winning at that same course last summer.

DHARIYE 4.10 Wolverhampton 8/1 – DHARIYE showed good improvement in his last race, winning a maiden event at Southwell in January after two promising efforts at the start of last summer. He’s likely to remain competitive again now that he’s handicapping after another break.

SHERBET FOUNTAIN 7.05 Windsor 14/1 each way - SHERBET FOUNTAIN has only raced twice, but she has shown some promise. She finished third on her debut at Kempton in August, and she then finished seventh of ten at Yarmouth in October. However, the ground was soft at Yarmouth, going against her favour and she still has plenty of potential.

POPMASTER 5:18 Newbury 11/1 each way – Has had just the two runs this year, and although finishing well down the field at Newmarket last time, he looked to get unbalanced running down the dip and wasn’t given a hard time thereafter. Back on a flatter track off a 3lb lower mark, down in grade he also looks set to go well.

MONDAMMEJ 1.50 York 11/1 each way – MONDAMMEJ would easily be overlooked as he hasn’t won a race since 2021, but he’s now back on his last winning mark and his fifth-place finish at Ripon last month was a good effort which should’ve helped him to rediscover some of his past his form.
BURGLARS DREAM 4:55 Chester 10/1 each way – A risky bet on the face of it returning from a break for a trainer who’s not yet got going this year.

But Tim Easterby is a wily old character and planted at the bottom of the weights, I’ve a sneaky feeling that this fella has got in here lightly on the back of his eye-catching 2nd on heavy ground at Redcar to a now rated 94 Willie Haggas trained ‘Desert Hero’.

He finished that race well, and now steps up to 1m 4f for the first time, but he’s a half-brother to a 2m winner, and if he’s been trained for this race, then I expect to see a big run from this potentially very well handicapped gelding.

SILKEN LADDER 3.05 Gowran Park 12/1 each way – SILKEN LADDER won twice last summer but ended last season on a low-key note. However, she could be worth chancing back here, having bagged a 7f handicap on her latest visit to this course last June.

KWIZ 4:00 Lingfield 25/1 each way – A bit of a flyer, as this horse has only beaten 1 horse in the four races he’s run in so far. But he’s been running far too keenly in his races over 6/7f and he might not have like the ground when running over 5f on soft at Windsor. It’s also worth noting that he was entered in a decent Ascot novice on debut, so it’s possible that he’s well-regarded by his small yard. He’s way out of the handicap being rated just 31, but the drop to 5f should suit, and having ran well to a point over 6f at this track last time (won by Byefornow), if settling better behind what will likely be a better pace, I think he could go well for a trainer who got a big priced winner here last week with another horse dropping in trip.

CUSTARD THE DRAGON 5:20 Southwell 11/1 each way –  Plenty of reasons NOT to back this horse re current form for both the horse and the trainer. But, after a winter in the wilderness and not beating a single rival in 4 starts, I thought that he looked on the verge of some kind of form revival at Newcastle last time. In rear and scrubbed along, he looked like he was trying to stay on again during the final furlong.

He’s been dropped a total of 11lbs for those 5 runs so is extremely well handicapped returning to his favourite track, and if he’s been working well at home during his break, then I fully expect to see plenty of money for him. The visor he was wearing that day is retained, and from an ideal draw in stall 4, I think he looks worth a punt.

WILTSHIRE 2.25 Newmarket 12/1 each way – Clearly well regarded but wasn’t good enough to win a group 3 on return, though being bumped early and getting lit up never helped in what was a strongly run race on soft ground. But finishing 5th was no mean feat and dropping to listed company on much better ground, I think he should have an each-way squeak.

CALONNE 8.00 Kempton 17/2 each way – CALONNE ended 2022 in good form and, with both of his wins last year coming off the back of a break, he can make a winning reappearance with the return to 1m to suit.

GRAHAM 5.39 Windsor 8/1 each way – Though GRAHAM failed to pull up any trees in 3 starts at the backend of last year, it's likely that he will be seen in an altogether better light now handicapping off a lowly opening mark.


POL ROGER 4.20 Haydock 12/1 each way – The mile handicap for 3-y-o at Haydock looks a decent heat and a case can be made for most but I think POL ROGER might be under-estimated up against unexposed rivals with more fashionable connections. The son of Churchill won twice as a juvenile before a good second in a competitive nursery at the Ayr Gold Cup meeting. He has been gelded since disappointing on his final two-year-old start and ran in the Musselburgh race where we had the winner Finn’s Charm. That should have him spot on for this and he looks likely to be a good bit of value.
MINNETONKA 7:25 Chelmsford 15/2 each way – There’s a decent listed race for three-year-old fillies at Chelmsford that has attracted a quality field and I think Minnetonka has an each-way chance at a decent price.

She ran well in group company last season and ran encouragingly on her return when third in a FTQ over seven furlongs at Lingfield when beaten just over a length into fourth. The drop back in trip looks logical and she’s the type to make a better three-year-old and she looks worth playing with extra places.

LIONELLA 4:40 Lingfield 11/2 WIN – In the opener at Lingfield’s evening meeting (4:40) I’m taking a chance with the filly Lionella on her seasonal debut. 
Bits of her form as a juvenile suggest to me that she could be on a workable mark [64] stepping up in trip significantly, and I had the market a lot tighter than it has opened.

BRAZIL 4:50 Punchestown 6/1 – A rare jumps selection from me, and it’s our old friend Brazil, who looked well when we had him on the flat at Leopardstown last time, but was clearly crying out for a bigger test of stamina back over the jumps.

He disappointed when last seen in that sphere, but competing in a duel against one other horse is far from ideal for him.

A big field handicap on this testing sort of ground is right up his street (as it was when winning for is at Cheltenham last year) and back under ideal conditions, I think he can run a big race on just his second start since December in what’s admittedly quite a competitive handicap.

CONNIE'S ROSE 1:30 Windsor 7/1 – Not far behind when fourth of seventeen last time out at Bath.  Ground conditions look ideal and Kieran O’Neill booked again.

CRAZY LUCK 2.05 Newbury 11/1 each way – CRAZY LUCK often goes well here and currently is 2-2 at Newbury, including one win over C&D and the other under Oisin Murphy. He looks well weighted to have a say once more.

CONNEMARA COAST 1:50 Newmarket 17/2 each way – Has run well in each of his three races, all of which have been franked by rivals in one form or other. He finished 5th against more nice types at Lingfield last time under a very easy ride on his return from a 175-day break.

His draw in stall 1 is far from ideal and he’s unproven on soft ground, but he just looked like a horse with plenty of improvement to come at Lingfield last time (had Dream Pirate close up behind but that was only because Spencer eased off) under more testing conditions, and with Jamie Spencer retaining the ride, perhaps he agrees?

The ground at Ascot on debut was a little softer than the description of ‘good’ so this ever-drying soft/gd-sft in places shouldn’t be too much of a concern, and if he can improve from his return run, then this nicely bred son of ‘Sea The Moon’ should go well.

CARRIGEEN KALI 5.40 Kelso 7/1 each way – CARRIGEEN KALI has made the frame on her last 2 starts, faring best of those held up when fourth at Carlisle last time, so she could be ready to open her account this time around.


CORACH RAMBLER 5.15 Aintree 10/1 each way – CORACH RAMBLER did well to win the Ultima for the second year in succession and as he is due to go up 10lbs for that he gets to race off the same mark and with luck in running he is weighted to go close.

I don’t like to see injured jockeys rushing back for a big race, so it could be a negative if Derek Fox returns for the ride. Noble Yeats shattered nearly every trend going when landing the prize last year but is 19lbs higher this time and may have to settle for a top four finish.

STRONG LEADER 2.55 Aintree 16/1 each way – STRONG LEADER has proved impressively consistent as of late. He ran about as well as you’d expect in the Supreme at Cheltenham when making the jump to grade 1. He’s the only course winner in this field and should be open to progress.

THAKI 5:40 Newcastle 13/2 each way – Raced wide without cover due to the way the race developed when we had him last time. He’s joined the in-form Katie Scott yard, and from a much better draw in stall 6, I’ll be surprised if he finishes outside the first 4.

 EYETRAP 2:20 Nottingham 15/2 each way – A tight little handicap so I’m going to suggest a bet on the outsider of the party EYETRAP on his return from a break for his handicap debut, in the hope that he can improve over this longer trip.

He ran well at Kempton when last seen, plugging on well in third behind a couple of useful types, including ‘Slipofthepen’ who’s won again on his return and looks to be in a different league.

He’s related to a few winners at staying trips including the former Andrew Balding trained ‘Dashing Willoughby’ who won a group 3 over 2m. Whether he will handle the soft ground is a concern, but Dashin Wiloughby won a group 2 on soft, plus his sire ‘Ulysses’ finished 3rd in The Arc on very testing round.

Jane Chapple-Hyam has a very good record with her 3yo’s debutantes over middle distances, so off bottom weight, I think Eyetrap could be the value in a tight little heat.

HIGHLIGHTER 2.00 Pontefract 6/1 each way – HIGHLIGHTER's pedigree suggests he could have more to offer now stepping up to 1½m. He didn't make too bad a start in handicaps when fifth of 9 at Doncaster 10 days ago and is likely capable of better.

ROYAL PAGAILLE 5.00 Fairyhouse 11/1 each way – I usually have a starting point of looking at improving novice chasers for the Irish National, as they are likely to have something in hand of the handicapper. There are several candidates here and many from the powerful yards of Mullins and Elliott, I do quite like Chemical Energy who ran well for a long way before fading up the hill and this slightly shorter trip on an easier track should help. For an each-way punt I’m interested in an English raider, Royal Pagaille for Venetia Williams.

The nine-year-old has to concede weight all round, but he has a good record giving away lumps of weight in staying handicaps and his mark of 160 is 3lbs below his last impressive win in handicap company.

He ran well in the Gold Cup against some of the best staying chasers around and has had more then three weeks to recover from that this year. Royal Pagaille is likely to find one or two better handicapped improvers, but I expect a bold show and at least a top four finish.

PLEASANT MAN 3.35 Musselburgh 10/1 each way – The gelding is yet to get his head in front over hurdles after six attempts and has been runner-up, beaten less than a length in his last three starts.

That could be a worrying trend, but Pleasant Man won three times on the flat with Roger Charlton and is only 2lbs higher than his last win. Paul Nicholls is unlikely to saddle a runner on the flat at Musselburgh for the fun of it and I expect the gelding to run a big race.

PONT AELIUS 2:05 Lingfield 12/1 each way – Won in a good time at Kempton on his final start last year, and although finishing 7/12 on his return at the same venue this year, I thought that he was a good few lengths better than the result after being checked twice when trying to raise a challenge inside the final 2f.

This will be his first run at Lingfield, but I’ve no reason to think that he won’t like the track, and at around 20/1, I think he looks overpriced.


THE MOUSE KING 6.30 Southwell 14/1 each way – Looks to prefer it on the all-weather, landing a win at this course over 7f last year. He was hit quite harshly by the handicapper then, but makes his seasonal return now and the handicapper has eased him slightly so could get off to a good start.

WRATH OF HECTOR 7.30 Wolverhampton 4/1 – WRATH OF HECTOR can boast a course win and is favoured by the drop in grade so he gets the nod in a race where plenty arrive with question marks against them.

DIVINE MESSENGER 4:40 Lingfield 9/1 each way – Has upped his game with the application of the visor/hood headgear combination on his last three starts, winning the first two, then despite finishing well down the field last time, he was stepped up to a mile in a race that was run at a crawl which never suited, though was trying to stay on from the rear. He’s back over his optimal conditions, and if getting the decent pace that will see him run to his best, then from an ideal draw in stall 5 under Cieren Fallon, I think he can run a big race.

ICE SHADOW 6:15 Newcastle 17/2 each way – A moderate handicap combining a mixture of unprogressive types and horses that might have plateaued handicap wise. So, I’m going to suggest a bet on one that looks the only horse in the field that could be well handicapped despite taking a chance on him returning from a break.

Ice Shadow is yet to win, but he’s run better than the result suggested here on both his visits, once over 6f staying on well in a novice behind some nice types, and once over a mile when last seen where he got shuffled back to the rear, then perhaps never stayed when in the clear after racing keenly early on.

The trip of 7f looks ideal, and although plenty is taken on trust with his well-being after a 6-month break, Alan Brown’s fleet are in cracking form this year, and with Charlie Bennett booked to ride who has had 3 winners from just 7 rides for Brown, I think the evidence we have is plenty enough for us to take a chance on him being revved up to go close.

IMMORTAL FLAME 3.45 Chepstow 22/1 each way – IMMORTAL FLAME fared well last season, winning three handicaps and finishing second on chase debut at Doncaster in November. Although he hasn’t returned to that form on his last two outings, he’s fallen to a workable mark and, returned to hurdling, he should do better.

GREATNESS AWAITS 1.40 Warwick 9/2 – GREATNESS AWAITS showed the benefit of his hurdling debut when runner-up at Kelso earlier this month so, with further improvement anticipated given his previous Flat form, Ben Pauling's charge looks the way to go.

CATOS REVENGE 5.25 Clonmel 5/1 each way – CATO'S REVENGE returned from a break of almost two years and immediately picked their form back up, placing third of 15 at Thurles. I think he’s shown enough to suggest he can win one now.

DAYTONA BEACH 3.05 Southwell 13/2 each way – In what looks to be quite an interesting bumper, DAYTONA BEACH gets the nod as he should be able to find this a bit easier than the listed race she contested on debut.

WINTER FOG 2:10 Cheltenham 20/1 Each Way – The County Hurdle is always a tough proposition and there are plenty of chances in this competitive event. As you would expect, Willie Mullins has plenty of runners lining up for this one and Winter Fog could be a good each-way shout.

This runner may be accompanied by a claiming jockey, however, Kieran Callaghan was also on board for his recent victory at Leopardstown. The 9-year-old impressed on his previous outing at this track finishing three and a half lengths behind Third Wind in the Pertemps.   

Nicky Henderson’s First Street is another runner at a chunky price and is another horse who likes it at this venue. The 6-year-old was third behind Marie’s Rock over a longer trip on New Year’s Day and could benefit from a return to Prestbury Park, so certainly one more to watch.

DUNBOYNE 5:30 Cheltenham 13/2 each way – The third day concludes with the Kim Muir and there are plenty of chances in this competitive contest. Gordon Elliott’s Dunboyne might be the best option having impressed In Goff Thyestes Handicap at Gowran Park last time out. He was just a short head behind eventual winner Carefully Selected, beating 16 rivals to the silver medal. The performances of this one has been fairly inconsistent, yet that last run may just have been the catalyst for some improved form. Elsewhere, Captain Cattistock and Fontaine Collonges may be worth looking at from an each-way perspective.

CHAMP KIELY 1:30 Cheltenham 8/1 each way – The Ballymore is a typically competitive opener to Wednesday’s card and this race tends to be dominated by 8 or 9 year olds.

With the exception of Ben Pauling’s success in 2017, this race has also been dominated by Irish trainers over the last decade and there are a number of exciting prospects lining up in this year’s renewal. 

Although Impaire Et Passe looks an exciting runner for Willie Mullins, it might be best to back stablemate Champ Kiely, who was last seen winning at Naas back in January. Having also won over 21f at Galway in the Maiden Hurdle last summer, this horse can handle the distance and should give a good account for a top yard.

DIVERGE 1.30 Cheltenham 18/1 each way – Willie Mullins looks to have this race covered and one that’s still standing out as potential value is Diverge, who could be anything after his easy win last time. At 18/1 and with 4 places on offer, if you’ve not already backed him I would go each-way.
NATIVE ROBIN 2.40 Stratford 12/1 each way – The veteran NATIVE ROBIN was seen to good effect last season, winning 4 from 6 of his races.

Although he’s not been at the same level this year, he’s been eased in class now and may be able to stage a revival off his current mark.

GOBI SUNSET 6:00 Kempton 13/2 each way – One I tipped last time at Lingfield in the hope that he’d break well and make all. But that obviously never happened as he broke slower than normal and ended up in the rear. But he stayed on to good effect, and with a better break he gave the impression that he might have gone close. That was a decent 0-95 handicap and this race looks a much weaker 0-80 handicap for apprentice riders, and although there’s a big risk taken on this apprentice given that he’s only had one ride, I thought that he looked quite tidy in the saddle when riding for Johnston on ‘Asdaa’ last time, and with a 7lb advantage against a number of the other apprentices, I think Gobi Sunset could have a lot going for him so long as he breaks better over this shorter 6f.

KHATHAK 6:15 Newcastle 16/1 each way – This is a punt as I’m far from certain that he’s ready to win. But he wasn’t given anything like a hard time on his first run for both the Richard Fahey yard, and after a 293-day break in what was a decent 0-95 handicap. He drops into 0-80 class and stepped up to a mile at a track that could suit him better, and if coming on for that run after a lengthy break, then this ex-Godolphin gelding might just run a big race.

TASKEER 4:30 - won 10/1 SP Lingfield 10/1 each way – Has caught the eye a couple of times racing keenly over 1m 2f before fading out of contentions. Then last time when dropped to a mile at Lingfield after returning from a wind op, help up from his wide draw, he was keeping on well from the rear before finding trouble. He has a much kinder draw in stall 2, and down slightly in grade off a 3lb lower mark, I think he can run a big race.

WATERMELON SUGAR 4:00 Lingfield 10/1 each way – Ex-Archie Watson trained gelding who won 4 of his 5 races for that yard, and although on in selling company in two of those wins, I think the form stands up quite well, especially when giving 8lb and a 2 1/4 length beating to a 6lb higher-rated rival at Leicester in the last of his wins for Watson.

His form for Chelsea Banham has been decent considering he needed his first run, then ran well on his second and form which stands up well, before failing to get the 7f trip on his third. Then finally at Southwell last time, he couldn’t find the speed to catch the leaders after being held up from his wide draw.

He’s dropping to 5f for the first time, but he showed good speed when winning on the turf for Watson last year, and if he can transfer that speed to this race, from an ideal draw in stall 3, I think he can run well.

SHOT BOII 3.50 Wetherby 13/2 each way – SHOT BOII is enjoying an excellent season right now having won three in a row towards the end of last year, and finishing second last time out. He seems sure to have a say once more.


CANDLE OF HOPE 3:06 Lingfield 9/1 each way – A risky bet as she’s not been seen since October last year where she ran below par at Newbury, but that was when racing on heavy ground for the first time and is easily forgivable.

She’s making her all-weather debut, but she’s trained by Richard Hughes who also trains last weeks winner ‘Kimngrace’ who only had the one all-weather un to her name and we know how impressively she won for us.

COH has some good turn form to her name before that poor effort last time including a listed race 3rd, followed by a group 3 close 5th, and in what doesn’t look a strong renewal, if she’s wintered well then I expect to see this well-bred daughter of ‘Cable Bay’ run a big race, and again what’s interesting (just like ‘Kim’) off a mark of 91, her trainer could be entering her in a much weaker race rather than this listed event.

MOLINEAUX 3.10 Doncaster 9/1 each way – It could be worth chancing MOLINEAUX, who enjoyed a winning spree on the point-to-point scene last year and may be able to exploit a good mark back in this sphere, provided he's fully tuned up following a 10-month absence.
FUJI FLIGHT 3.00 Ludlow 6/1 each way – Highlight of the Ludlow card is the Forbra Gold Cup where Java Point is looking to retain the trophy. He has a chance despite being 6lbs higher, but you have to forgive a poor effort at Doncaster last time out.

FUJI FLIGHT has slipped back to his last winning mark after a few indifferent efforts but hinted at a return to form last time out when third to Guetapan Collonges and Mister Coffey at Uttoxeter.

He has been dropped 1lb for that effort and if he can handle good ground, he has a decent chance of returning to the winners enclosure.

Top-weight is the novice Hidden Heroics who could be anything, but we just don’t know what to make of his form when winning a Cheltenham novices’ limited handicap chase by forty-five lengths as only three ran and one of those unseated. And the runner-up was beaten over fifty lengths next time out.

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