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Free Racing Tips Little Beauty for 15 June 2024


CHIEF MAKATO 3:35 York 14/1 each way – Well regarded at two though failed to show much after his debut run. But he showed much more on his return to action as a 3yo when finishing 4th at Newmarket, form which looks strong with an excellent time-figure and rivals franking the form since.

He’ll be ridden by an apprentice jockey that’s 0 from 20, but he’s ridden 5 of those mounts into places, plus he looks quite tidy in the saddle, so I doubt it will be much longer that we see him without a win.

He faces the winner of that Newmarket race ‘Woodhay Wonder’ on 15lb better terms if you include the jockey’s claim, as he’s since won again, and with improvement likely on this his second start since August last year, then he will hopefully finish in the places, at least.


Previous Selections June

ANGELS CALL 2.15 Chester 8/1 each way – ANGELS CALL showed an improvement when securing his first victory at Wolverhampton in April.

Despite getting warm beforehand and an early challenge at Ascot last month, he finished strongly to take fifth place in a 12-runner handicap. With a favourable draw, he holds promising claims if he can build on that effort.

GIULIETTA 9.00 Worcester 13/2 each way WON – From a family well-known to her yard, GIULIETTA has consistently placed in all four of her completed starts in handicaps. Although she fell short of the winner at Southwell last month, given the current good form of the yard, she stands a good chance of being in the mix once more.

SANTA CROCE 2:30 Yarmouth 15/2 each way – Had just the one run when two last year and caught my eye on mainly her looks, as she’s a scopey, well-bred half sister to ‘Duke Of Firenze’ that looked full of potential for the future, but ran green under pressure in a race that’s producing winners.

A risky bet on the face of it especially as there could be the odd above average newcomer in this lineup. But Michael Stoute is firing at a win-rate of 24% with his second-time-out 3yo’s, which eclipses the best of the first-time-out trainers which is 15% (Willie Haggas) and with Saffie Osborne retaining the ride from her debut (40% win-rate for Stoute), I’m happy to take a punt that she’s trained on.

KELLIE'S DREAM 5.30 Southwell 9/1 each way – I'm backing KELLIE'S DREAM here, as she's now 11 lb lower in the weights compared to her debut for present connections back in February. This step back up in trip and the drying ground could be just what she needs to shine.DUSKY LORD 7:40 Windsor 14/1 each way – Clearly had training issues for Stuart Williams having raced just 6 times since joining the yard back in July last year. But he looked like a return to form was imminent at this track last time on his return from a 220-day break despite only beating one horse home.

Held up in rear after being slightly hampered after the break, he was switched wide three times to get a run and ended up widest of all down the middle of the track.

He perhaps never quite got home on his first start since October, but he looked a fair bit better than the result considering the path he took in the race, and having been dropped another 4lb for that effort, it leaves him looking well handicapped off 82 and fully 8lb below his last winning mark of 90 when winning on his last outing for Roger Varian.

He’s dropping to 5f which might suit considering how keen he raced in the early part of his last race, and granted a good break from his wide draw, with Richard Kingscote in the saddle, I think he looks a little overpriced.

LADY OF THE GARR 3:55 Catterick 33/1 each way PLACED – Quite a leftfield selection from an ‘unfashionable’ yard that struggles for winners. But on form alone, I think this filly might be overpriced as she ran better than the result over 6f at Carlisle on her return from a break of 101 days.

She got a little bump from the gate that day and then found herself playing catch-up in the rear, but she was travelling better than anything 2f out, and although maybe not finding as much as looked likely, the easy ground over 6f, together with that being her first run after a break perhaps took its toll.

She ran quite well twice at this track over 6f at two, and down to 5f for her revisit, from an ideal draw I think there might be a bit of each-way value in her price.

KELPIE GREY 3.25 Hamilton 13/2 each way – KELPIE GREY has been in fine form this year, securing three wins out of four runs, with his latest triumph at Ayr in May. Despite a slight drop in distance, I wouldn't underestimate his chances.

BEELZEBUB 3.27 Nottingham 10/1 each way – BEELZEBUB is more adept on the all-weather than turf, but he’s run well a few times in this sphere, and has had his excuses when not running well. Including at Ascot on his return to action where it looked as though his jockey had forgotten that he had to take off the horses’ hood when the gates opened, and as a result allowed the horse to run about 3 strides before realising.

He improved on that effort next time at York, keeping on well after a better start without the use of the hood. He’s been given the cheek-pieces to wear to hopefully help him concentrate, and off a generous-looking 5lb lower mark for what was a good run last time, I think we need to back him.

MASTERPAINTER 7.30 Wolverhampton 18/1 each way – MASTERPAINTER posted a solid effort in February and he has the ability to get involved here on his return while on a lenient mark.

MONHAMMER 4.45 Ayr 10/1 each way PLACED – MONHAMMER can be unpredictable, but his win on reappearance over C&D showed a marked improvement, considering his usual struggles when fresh. If he brings the same form, a 2 lb rise shouldn't stop him from further success.

FLAMING RIB 5.50 EPSOM DOWNS 12/1 each way – Backed and ran better than result on his return to action in what was a hot Lingfield handicap on his first venture onto a synthetic surface. He broke well from his wide draw to chase the pace that day and then got hampered and lost momentum when trying to challenge down the straight.

It’s hard to tell exactly how much he had left in the tank, but he looked to be rallying again at the end of the race, and with that run under his belt there should be more to come.

He was a group 1 and group 2 2nd as a 3yo, reaching a mark of 112, and if getting to anything like that level this season, he’ll find himself extremely well handicapped off 104. Oisin Murphy has retained the ride from Lingfield, and from a nice draw in stall 6 he looks set to go well.

Previous Selections May

FINN’S CHARM 2:35 Epsom 8/1 each way – A wide track position, together with racing keenly at Chester on her return to action badly impacted her chances of winning. But despite this, she still managed to stay on into 6th, looking a filly to follow for the next few races at least.

She was a group two 2nd in Germany last year as a 3yo, and if she can get to anywhere near that level now she’s had a wind op, then she’ll be very much one to follow in handicaps.

Her trainer/owner won this race last year with ‘Austrian Theory’, so I’m sure this race will have been the plan for some time, and if building on that Chester run, then I’m sure she’ll be thereabouts.

LADY OF TIME 3.50 Ripon 7/1 each way – LADY OF TIME ran much better than her fifth-place finish suggests on her reappearance at Redcar a month ago. With improvement expected, she looks like the one to back.

BEAULD AS BRASS 7.10 Lingfield 17/2 each way – Adam West’s new charge, BEAULD AS BRASS, showed promise with a fourth-place finish at Brighton after a break. He looks poised to get back to winning ways.

CASANOVA 7.20 Curragh 10/1 each way – CASANOVA’s recent form may not inspire confidence, but he nearly ended his losing streak with a close third over this course and distance 5 weeks ago and this could be the day he gets back on track.

FISTRAL BEACH 3.40 Catterick 15/2 each way – FISTRAL BEACH showed improvement when finishing second in a Doncaster nursery on his final outing as a two-year-old. He was a bit too eager on his first run since leaving George Scott, finishing seventh of eight in a handicap at Doncaster 21 days ago, but he should do better with that run under his belt.

MOUNTAIN WARRIOR 7.00 Carlisle 12/1 each way – I'm taking a chance on MOUNTAIN WARRIOR, who overexerted himself over 6f at Thirsk last time so this drop to a stiff 5f could suit him perfectly.

ALLIGATOR ALLEY 2:15 York 15/2 each way – Not the most reliable of horses, but he’s nicely handicapped these days and has been holding his form reasonably well on the all-weather over the winter.

But I’ve noted him as getting outpaced over 5f which proved to be the case when running a better race upped to 6f at Lingfield last time. But having ducked sharply right, and then forced to race wide for much of the race, he did well to finish a never-nearer 6th.

He’s back down to 5f, but the return to turf should suit especially as the ground is now racing on the slow side of good, and back at the track of his unlucky 2nd here last August, off a 3lb lower mark in a race which should be run to suit, so long as he doesn’t blow the start completely, he looks set to go well.

LAKOTA BLUE 2.45 York 20/1 each way – The Churchill Tyres Handicap looks almost impossible as another one of those ‘who’s turn is it this week’ sprint handicaps but I do think Lakota Blue could be over-priced.

The gelding is back on his last winning mark of just over a year ago and has put in some big performances off higher marks since. He shaped well on seasonal debut at Beverley when fourth beaten just over 3 lengths despite racing wide.

Lakota Blue was over the minimum trip and as all three career wins have been over six furlongs, the step back up in trip should suit. He has won on fast ground, but does appear to be better with ease in the ground, so the forecast rain is a bonus.

STARFIGHTER 8.40 Chepstow 17/2 each way - STARFIGHTER might be one to consider, despite not having won on turf in almost two years. Currently, he's competing off a rather appealing mark and showed promising signs when he finished third at Kempton recently. This eight-year-old looks like he could be about to turn a corner.

GOT GREY 4.35 Hereford 8/1 each way – While GOT GREY didn’t light up the turf in Ireland under Gavin Cromwell, he did show some potential for his new stable with a fourth place out of 14 in a novice race at Taunton last month. Running off a fair mark today, he’s certainly in with a shout for a place at the least.

MY MARGIE 2.05 Ascot 8/1 each way – MY MARGIE is aiming for a third consecutive win but she'll encounter her stiffest competition yet. However, she's still improving and I think there's every chance of success.

FOOLS RUSH IN 1.30 Chester 20/1 each way – I’m taking a bit of a punt on an outsider in the first at Chester, a 7½f handicap where several repeat offenders are due to line-up.

Fools Rush In hasn’t been in the winner’s enclosure for nearly two years; since then, his form has been a bit hit and miss (mainly miss). Two years ago, he was fourth in this race, beaten a length off a mark of 95. If he is on a good day, he can be in the mix off a current perch of 77.

FILIBUSTERING 4.45 Chester 9/1 each way – After showing potential on the all-weather tracks this winter, FILIBUSTERING stepped up impressively to 1¾m on his handicap debut at Wetherby, just missing out on the win.

He's carrying 4 lb less than expected here, which looks promising. Even with a shorter distance this time, I reckon he'll put in a strong performance.

DOTTIES MOON 8:00 Kempton 18/1 each way – A returner that caught my eye in each of her 3 races as a 2yo last year, keeping on well on debut in what was a fairly warm novice.

Then getting a soft ride in both her two all-weather races, though the last run ride/run can be forgiven after racing keenly and then wide over 1m 2f.

She’s back down to a mile for a trainer who knows how to have them ready for their handicap debuts, and off a mark of 60, I’m happy to risk that she’s ready to roll.

JACKELINE 2.45 Fakenham 8/1 each way – Although JACKELINE has shown she's not the strongest hurdler, her recent performance at Chepstow suggested she might benefit from a longer distance, so she gets the nod.

SISTERS IN THE SKY 3.25 Bath 13/2 each way PLACED – Last year, SISTERS IN THE SKY found it tough competing from marks in the 60s on turf, but with a drop in the weights over the winter, she's well-placed to rediscover her form. Now back to the shortest distance, she looks set for a potential win.

ROYAL ZABEEL 5.15 Newmarket 16/1 each way – I was thoroughly impressed by Royal Zabeel’s maiden win at Pontefract last summer, where he led from the front and stretched clear to win by 7½ lengths.

He underperformed in his next outing at the Doncaster Leger meeting in the Listed Flying Scotsman Stakes, finishing almost last, but that was over a longer distance and on soft ground. I’m willing to overlook that performance, assuming the underfoot conditions are favourable here, and expect him to bounce back strongly.

HOT TEAM 5.35 Newcastle 7/1 each way PLACED – HOT TEAM has been putting in some decent efforts lately and looks like he could edge it this time around.

UNDENIABLE ALIBI 3.40 Punchestown 15/2 each way – UNDENIABLE ALIBI put in a solid third-place finish last outing and looks primed for further progress as he steps into handicap racing for the first time.

ARTAVIAN 6:25 Kempton 7/1 each way – Artavian has had just three races to establish a handicap mark of 62, showing promise in his two all-weather outings where he finished strongly, particularly over an extended 1m 1f at Wolverhampton last seen. After a period away from the track, he returns with questions about his readiness.

However, his pedigree suggests ample stamina from the dam’s side, and his yard’s current form, combined with a successful history in apprentice races, makes him a compelling choice off a modest mark to attempt this longer distance on his handicap debut.

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