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Daily Racing Multiple: Back River Eden and Fleur De Lys in 76/1 double

Roger Varian
Roger Varian could be embracing Andrea Atzeni again at Lingfield on Thursday

Alan Dudman tipped Tarhib yesterday who won at a BSP of 9.6 and he is looking to Lingfield's two feature races on Thursday with a 76/1 each-way double ...

  • Tarhib a winning single selection yesterday and scored at a BSP of 9.6
  • Lingfield host two Listed races on Thursday
  • Al Dudman is backing a 76/1 Sportsbook double on the AW with Pennymoor and Mobadra

Pennymoor can go one better than last year's River Eden second

Back Pennymoor each-way @ 8.515/2 in the 15:25 at Lingfield

Tarhib was a fine winner for the column yesterday - scoring at an advised 5/1, although she did drift to a BSP of 9.617/2 which was rather pleasing. The second selection Moonis was very well backed too, cut from 8s to 4s and 7/2 and during the race travelled like a dream to hit 2.1011/10 in-running. At one stage I thought the 49/1 double was in, but he didn't find an awful lot off the bridle once asked. He perhaps could have done with a stronger pace too, but his fourth doesn't tell the whole story.

Thursday's card at Lingfield provides two of the most interesting races of the day with the Listed River Eden and Fleur De Lys Stakes.

I remember Frankie Dettori winning the pair of races in 2009 and 2010 when he was more 'peak Frankie' and both for Saeed bin Suroor. His double double saw his winners being pushed up with the pace sitting handy in second or third and then stretching down the straight - that's always the way I like to see Lingfield ridden.

The Italian maestro doesn't have a ride in either today but Godolphin have got Pennymoor in the River Eden and she's one of three for John Gosden. I think she's an interesting runner.

She made her comeback for the season after a lay-off at Yarmouth last time, but finished stone last of 15 and was beaten out of sight.

However, the bare literal reading doesn't tell the whole story, as she travelled very well out in front for a large chunk of the race. It was only the last couple of furlongs she looked in trouble, and virtually stopped to a walk in the soft ground at the end.

It looked as though the outing was very much needed, and a switch back to the All-Weather could do the trick as her two best efforts have come at Kempton and Lingfield (second in this race last year to Sea La Rosa). Her Kempton win was nearly 10L and she recorded a good time that day. Sea La Rosa is now rated 110 and has won a Group 1 this season, so that doesn't look too bad now.

She's out of a German Oaks winner and Frankel as her sire has a 20% win rate and 34% placed at Lingfield. She looks a stayer on past evidence.

Gosden is 22% at Lingfield this term and the Yarmouth run looked very much like a tee up race for this. James Doyle should have her handy from stall seven and she does stay and represents an each-way bet. At the price I think she can hit a place like last year, and in the words of Lou Christie - lightening can strike again.

Mobadra can be a force back on the All-Weather

Back Mobadra each-way @ 11.010/1 in the 16:00 at Lingfield

The top Newmarket trainers have dominated the Fleur De Lys in recent seasons with the likes of Gosden, Charlie Appleby, Roger Varian, Simon Crisford and William Haggas all tasting success. Varian has an interesting outsider in Mobadra at 10/1 for an each-way bet, as the Extra Place Special comes into play on the Sportsbook and her sire Oasis Dream has a 33% strike-rate for placed runners at Lingfield.

She has a 2-3 record on the All-Weather and is another that could have had a winter campaign in mind with just a couple of starts in 2022.

The 4yo filly finished down the field at York last time over 7f, but I am one to forgive at York as horses can get beaten out of sight there. She should relish the return to 1m on back on an artificial surface.

She seems to take a while to hit top stride and finishes off strongly from a wide position. However, sectional timing data from Kempton and Chelmsford was once again not available. Sigh.

Mobadra looks a big filly with a huge stride, and while life will be tricky in stall 12, Varian's Rasima did win this from stall 11 in the past and went on to run on AW Finals Day.

Do check out Daryl Carter's Betting Masterclass published this week with an in-depth look at how to treat trainer form - both hot and cold. You can also follow me on Twitter @DudmanAl - probably moaning about trains.

September/October singles winners:

Tarhib 5/1 Won
Hoganville 3/1 Won
Sole Pretender 9/1 Placed R4
Maximilian Evens Won
Another Odyssey 5/4 Won
Magnetic North 16/1 Placed
Mr Alan 4/1 Won
Bright Diamond 13/2 Placed
Hurtle 2/1 Won
Good Impression 3/1 Won
Soft Whisper 2/1 Won
Enduring 9/1 Placed
Noble Dynasty 3/1 Won
Nostrum 2/1 Won
Kaif 15/8 Won
Only Money 2/1 Won
Ah La Francaise 5/2 Won
Exoplanet 5/1 Won
Courage Mon Ami 5/1 Won
City Walk 9/4 Won
Shaara 6/1 Won
Tarhib 5/4 Won
City Vaults 5/2 Won
Sea Stone 9/1 Won
Funny Story 5/2 Won
New Kingdom 8/1 Won
Prakasa 6/4 Won
Well Educated 9/4 Won
Kingori 10/11 Won
Dynamic Kate 10/11 Won
First View 9/2 Won
Mostahdaf 9/2 Won
Leopold's Rock 4/5 Won
High Velocity 9/2 Won
Back On Springs 5/4 Won

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