Alan Dudman had a winning double yesterday with both of his selections scoring at Windsor. He is on a similar theme for Tuesday with two young horses for a near 5/1 Multiple...
"We struck on Sunday with a Saeed bin Suroor newcomer, and we zone in on the trainer again with debutant Lost Gold - who lines up in a winnable maiden at Yarmouth."
Amber gets the green light for red-hot Beckett
Stay Well's eight-length victory rounded off a nice short-priced double yesterday, and he once again advertised those brilliant bloodlines by anything involving Sea The Stars.
We stick with a similar theme for Tuesday in trying to unearth a double, and Amber Dew should improve on a nice debut at the Craven meeting recently.
She bumped into Desert Dreamer - who could be an Ascot filly, but Amber Dew showed plenty of pace if a little green. I'm not sure the track was ideal either at Newmarket.
More importantly, her trainer Ralph Beckett has won with five of his last 10 runners.
Can Saeed fire in another newcomer?
We struck on Sunday with a Saeed bin Suroor newcomer, and we zone in on the trainer again with debutant Lost Gold - who lines up in a winnable maiden at Yarmouth.
The power yards are represented here with William Haggas, John Gosden and Roger Varian all holding chances, but those three haven't achieved an awful lot from their respective sole starts with Moorbik's effort perhaps the best.
Lost Gold's relation Top Score was trained by Bin Suroor and he ran well on his debut before winning on his second start.
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