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In the 13:35 at Chepstow, Shawnee Warrior 2.01/1 holds a few of his rivals on form lines and represents trainer David O'Meara who has a 25% strike rate at Chepstow and has had five of his eight runners finish in the first two.
In the 15:45 at Chepstow, Land Of Eagles 2.47/5 finally looks to have found a good opening to shed his Maidan tag. Royal Ascot-winning trainer George Boughey has teamed up with jockey David Probert, and they have a 28% strike rate together.
Trainer Jonjo O'Neil has just one entry today at Southwell. He saddles Red Maple 3.7511/4 in the 13:20 and has an excellent 25% strike rate here.
The 17:35 at Windsor is for horses that are making their racecourse debut. Interestingly, Clive Cox's Ancestral Land 2.68/5 has a Group 1 entry for later in the year. He is 2-5 40% with first-time out male two-year-olds at Windsor.
Horses for courses
This section highlights the best bets from horses that have won twice or more at today's tracks.
14:45 Chepstow - Iconic Knight - Has won here twice (33%)
18:05 Windsor - Punchbowl Flyer - Has won here three times (75%)
19:25 Wolverhampton - Bang On The Bell - Has won here twice (67%)
Weighted to go well
"Weighted to go well" highlights horses running that are more than 10lbs below their last winning handicap mark.
15:15 Chepstow - Stone Circle - Has won off 81 runs off 60
17:55 Wolverhampton - King Charles - Has won off 62 runs off 52
21:00 Wolverhampton - Vivency - Has won off 65 runs off 55
Today's furthest traveller is trainer John Paul Gilligan who has made the 256-mile journey to Southwell with his runner Uknowcarty 5.04/1 in the 16:30. The Irish-based trainer has a 31% strike rate at Southwell.
Race of the day
The 18:05 at Windsor is the most high-profile race of the day, and it looks a tricky one for punters. Nine head to post in this contest, and three have won twice or more at this venue.
Punchbowl Flyer has been well out of sorts in his three starts this term, so it is hard to recommend, but he has scored in three of his four starts here, and he is better off at the weights with a few old rivals.
He is a horse to keep on side when the ground gets testing, so today's good to firm going could be a negative.
Connections are seemingly trying to run him back into form, and a better showing would be no surprise returned to Windsor.
Mitrosonfire arrives on the back of a good victory at Nottingham in arguably a better race than this and remains on a very handy mark of the balance of his form. It took him a few runs to get going last term as it has done this, but he is no stranger to recording back-to-back wins, and he has very few negatives to his chances in a race where most have something to prove. He looks rock solid.
Treacherous showed a bit more when last seen at Leicester 35 days ago and has had a wind operation in the mid-term. He was beaten a short-head here in August by Capote's Dream and steps back up in grade today off a falling handicap mark.
He needs a strong pace for his trademark late finish, and he could get the ideal scenario today.
Big race verdict
This is tricky. The likes of Nelson Gay and A Sure Welcome have proved vulnerable over this six-furlong trip previously, and Hello Me and Able Kane both look handicapped to their best.
It may pay to take a chance on Treacherous, who could be all the better for a wind operation and has a fair record in the months of June and July, but Mitrosonfire looks rock solid and can record back to back wins for the second year running in June.
Timeform hoping to reign supreme over Windsor
Timeform's Andrew Asquith highlights a NAP, Next Best and Each-Way selection at Windsor on Monday.
Read Timeform tips here.
Moore to work his magic with Dashing Spirit
It's slightly frustrating that Dashing Spirit's price has markedly downed from the 66/1 he was overnight. However, some juice is still left in the 19.018/1 this morning as he looks to bounce back to form for his new trainer Gary Moore in the 21:00 at Wolverhampton.
He rates a risky proposition after being out of sorts for his former yard being sent off at odds of 500/1, 250/1, 250/1 and 250/1. Still, Gary Moore is a significant upgrade.
He offered plenty of promise with William Knight as a two-year-old, with the best of his efforts coming at this venue when he finished second to one rated 82. The form of that race could not have worked out better, and he was a huge eye-catcher behind the smart 103-rated Bullfinch when never off the bridle - likely looking for a handicap mark.
His opening rating of 77 looked fair, but he is now down to 62 and into a Class 6 event for this stable debut. This is a poor race with all of his rivals exposed, and he may be worth rolling the dice with.
Wow, what a week of top-class action at Royal Ascot we had, and today does feel like a snap back to reality - op, there goes gravity - sorry, I can't help it.
What's on this week? Not much, in all honesty, until we get to the week's later stages when Newmarket hosts an excellent three-day meeting. Saturday's racing sees the Irish Derby and Northumberland Plate at Newcastle, so get set for another action-packed weekend.
Until tomorrow, be lucky.
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