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Horse Racing Tips: Haggas and Appleby to strike in Yarmouth 41/1 multiple

Trainer William Haggas and Charlie Appleby
Alan is relying on two of the Newmarket heavyweight trainers on Wednesday

Alan Dudman picks out a very impressive winner last time out to handle the rise in class in Wednesday's double at Yarmouth...

  • Haggas the trainer for Fillies' race at Yarmouth

  • Impressive Haydock winner up in class

  • Two Yarmouth selections at 5/16.00 and 6/17.00 on Wednesday

Yarmouth -14:40: Back Lou Lou's Gift

William Haggas has collected three winners in the Yarmouth 14:40 Fillies' Novice, with the introduction of Arousing, Hidden Message and Beauty Filly, and I am happy to take the 6/17.00 on offer with his newcomer Lou Lou's Gift.

The 2yo runs in the Oppenheimer silks and is related to miler Mighty Ulysses, and Haggas trained this horse's mother Token Of Love - who scored on her 2yo debut at Leicester and went on to record a rating of 103.

Her sire Lope De Vega has a 17% win record at Yarmouth and 31% placed, while Haggas with 2yos at the track with 21% win and an hugely impressive 46% placed.

Charlie Appleby's favourite Romantic Style at 2/13.00 looks a little short considering she was well beaten on her debut and Al Hujaija the third favourite has had plenty of goes to win a race.

Back Lou Lou's Gift @ 6/17.00

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Yarmouth - 15:45: Back Sapphire Seas

A very good renewal of the Listed John Musker comes up this afternoon and the presence of John Gosden's Al Asifah at 10/111.91 rated 111 adds a bit of stardust to the day.

I was pleased to see Sapphire Seas drifting this morning to 5/16.00 and I was very impressed with her victory last time out at Haydock when lifting a Fillies' Handicap at Haydock in fine style and made her opening mark of 94 look ridiculous as she hosed up.

A ninth furlong at 11.18 as a sectional was a third of a second quicker than anything else in the race, and it was a fine turn of foot that was too hot for her rivals.

She had previously had a break of 155 days as she was given a bit of time due to the fact she's a pretty big daughter of Frankel, so there's every reason to think she can improve a fair bit.

The 3yo had no problem with the drop back to 1m2f last time at Haydock as previously she had won easily over 1m3f at Kempton. She is up to 103 and could be a stakes filly to move forward with.

I like her price and is worth a shot.

Back Sapphire Seas @ 5/16.00

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You can back Al's two tips in a Sportsbook double @ 41/142.00

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*Click here to read Daryl Carter's tips for Wednesday

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