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Trainer Hugo Palmer has an excellent 47% strike rate with runners at Carlisle. He has one heading there today in the feature race: Commonsensical 13.012/1 at 15:25.
Jockey Franny Norton has a 31% strike rate at Salisbury on two-year-old runners and heads there for just one ride today onboard Loyal Touch 2.47/5 at 13:45.
Salisbury's feature event is the 15:15 Handicap, three-year-olds get ten pounds weight for age, but the older horses have won seven of the last ten. Draws 1-6 have a 60% strike rate.
In the 15:15 at Salisbury, Trainer Marcus Tregoning saddles handicap debutant Morghom 3.7511/4. He has a 14% strike rate with handicap debutants but has won this race thrice in the last five years.
Trainer Roger Varian has a 24% strike rate with his three-year-olds at Salisbury. He saddles Asaassi 1.910/11 in the 15:45 ridden by Andrea Atzeni, and the jockey and trainer partnership at Salisbury has a 21% strike rate on three-year-olds.
In the 18:00 at Bath, trainer Clive Cox will look to enhance his excellent 22% strike rate with three-year-old runners at this venue. He saddles Regal Envoi 1.910/11.
In the 19:00 at Bath, trainer Paul George has a 38% strike rate with his older horses at this venue and saddles one runner today, Accrington Stanley 6.05/1.
Horses for courses
This section highlights the best bets from horses that have won twice or more at today's tracks.
14:15 Salisbury - Pettochside - Has won here twice (25%)
14:25 Carlisle - Tangled - Has won here twice (50%)
16:30 Carlisle - Gometra Ginty - Has won here twice (50%)
Weighted to go well
"Weighted to go well" highlights horses running that are more than 10lbs below their last winning handicap mark.
17:00 Bath - Singing The Blues - Has won off 81 runs off 71
18:30 Bath - Pop Dancer - Has won off 80 runs off 65
20:00 Bath - Uther Pendragon - Has won off 66 runs off 52
Today's furthest traveller is trainer Andrew Balding, who has made the 305-mile trip to Carlisle with his runner Star From Afarhh 41.040/1 in the 15:55. The trainer has a 25% strike rate with three-year-olds at this venue.
Race of the day
Today's race in focus is the 15:25 Cumberland Plate Handicap at Carlisle, where a competitive field of 14 head to post.
Croeso Cymraeg should get a strong pace to aim at here, and connections quickly turn him out after a dominant display when scoring going away at Ripon. That should put him spot on for a repeat crack at this race. He finished second in this contest to a thriving subsequent winner rated 89, but he cantered all over the field when doing best of those from off the pace.
He looks primed to go well again off 1lb higher today, and his record in June now reads 1213 and his record on good/ good to firm in Class 4 races or lower reads 128212115.
He should be playing a hand at the finish, providing he gets the breaks.
My Little Queens looks ahead of the handicapper, but this is a deeper contest than she is used to. Still, she showed she was ready to continue on her upward curve when scoring on return at Wetherby, and she is entitled to improve for fitness. She is a likeable type and is unexposed at this trip, winning two of her three starts.
Big each way player.
Highway Grey has been knocking at the door, and it was more like it returned to his favoured Pontefract when third three days ago. He is turned out quickly, but he hasn't been the strongest in the finish this season, and it looks as though something may be holding him back. He is not straightforward, but he should get a good clip to aim at.
He could be a back to lay.
Big race verdict
A cracking contest, but preference is for Croeso Cymraeg, who finished well clear of the rest when runner-up in this contest last year and connections have clearly targeted this race. He has conditions in his favour to perform to the best of his ability, so it is extremely hard to ignore him.
50/1 shock Beverley winner was on his last chance saloon
Calculus was a shock winner at Beverley yesterday for trainer Sara Ender and went off at huge BSP odds of 74.89 and landed the spoils thanks to an enterprising ride from Kieran Shoemark.
Shoemark recognised there was no pace in the race and took his mount from the rear of the field to 18 lengths clear with four furlongs to go and clung on at the line by 3/4 of a length as the pack chased him down.
The overall time was seven seconds outside of standard suggesting the jockeys in behind were asleep to the excellent move by Shoemark.
Calculus traded at a high of 190 in the running as he clung on to his first victory.
Trainer Sara Ender said: "That was completely unexpected. He's always been the same at home, he's lazy, never works very well, and the run was going to be his last run before retirement - it won't be now! We had run out of ideas with him, and this was the last chance for him, but it's obviously worked! I was thinking, 'he's bound to stop in a minute,' but he just kept on going. I'm in shock."
Clith can claim black type
The Listed 15:55 at Carlisle looks a cracker, but the market has underestimated Clitheroe 9.08/1. She was a big eye-catcher from a poor draw in stall 12 at Musselburgh behind today's rival Snooze N You Loose when finishing strongly to finish a two-length third.
She forfeited plenty of ground at the start of the race, having been reigned back to sit at the rear of the field - a tactic not usually suited to the sharp Musselbrugh speed track. She was then denied a clear passage up the rail when travelling on the bridle and then had the door shut on her as she darted inside. She had to sit and suffer but picked up strongly when the gap finally came.
She is unexposed at this seven-furlong trip and should get the strong pace she craves to aim at today. She has offered stacks of promise in her short career to date but is yet to build on the promise of the outstanding Prestige Stakes form line fifth at Goodwood from last term. She has much more to come and could upset this favourite.
The Irish Derby takes centre stage this weekend, and I don't know about you, but I feel the field looks weak? The Irish bombed out in the Epsom Derby, and they didn't look at all strong beforehand either.
Westover is a horse I tracked all last season, thinking he could make up into a top notcher, but his reappearance run left me underwhelmed, and his Derby run screamed St Leger. He may not be suited by the way the Irish racing emphasises speed in the later stages, so Colin Keane will have to be on his A-game tactically.
It might pay to have a look at something at a price in the ante-post markets - Vega Magnifico 34.033/1 makes some appeal at this stage.
Until tomorrow, be lucky.
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