Alan Dudman struck with a 9/1 double yesterday and returns with two selections at Salisbury, while the multi-sport double includes a nervy night at Wembley...
"A win at Lingfield showed he is capable of getting 1m4f and while his efforts on turf have been poor so far, I'll give him a chance with the first-time cheekpieces."
Snow can handle deeper company
Godolphin done us a great favour yesterday with the two Charlie Appleby horses earning us a 9/1 double, and now it's up to Saeed bin Suroor to deliver with Deep Snow.
Judged on her debut second at Newbury, she could be well handicapped for this from 83 today, as the horse she finished behind (Boomer) is now rated 102.
She has clearly had one or two issues as she is so lightly raced, but it's good to see her turned out again following her CD novice win under a penalty and she her race out very strongly on that occasion.
High fives with Angel
Harry Dunlop has had a few placed horses recently which bodes well for the chances of Angel On High. He's a big price to boost the double today.
His best efforts have so far come on the all-weather, in particular a couple of front-running efforts around Kempton - albeit in muddling races.
A win at Lingfield showed he is capable of getting 1m4f and while his efforts on turf have been poor so far, I'll give him a chance with the first-time cheekpieces.
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The step up to 12 furlongs has worked wonders for Female Approach and she looks a solid bet to land the hat-trick today given that her main market rival, the Aidan O'Brien-trained Call Me Sweetheart is now a non-runner. Noel Meade's charge went off at 66/1, 66/1 and 40/1 in three runs this season before being a well-backed 7/1 winner stepped up in trip two runs back. She then followed up in convincing style at Limerick last time, and although raised 8lb for that victory she still looks well-handicapped off 68, and this race doesn't look any more challenging than the one she won last time.
The two best teams of Euro 2020 meet in tonight's final, but Italy v England also pits together the two best defensive teams in the tournament. England have conceded just one goal in six games - a 25-yard free-kick - while Italy have conceded just twice in regulation time in their six games. Finals are genuinely cagey affairs between two evenly-matched teams, and that's exactly how I see tonight's game playing out. Don't expect goals, do expect a tense and nail-biting evening. One goal might just settle this, here's hoping it's for England.
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