Alan Dudman is backing a newcomer at Newmarket and an in form filly at Haydock with his daily enhanced double.
"A lightly-raced filly at two from four on the turf, she overcame a steadily pace to win at Windsor recently and was a bit unlucky not to closer at Yarmouth last time out when meeting traffic problems."
Haggas to cause a surprise
Leg 1: Back Just Wonder @ 12/1 in the 18:08 at Newmarket
All eyes will be on the Charlie Appleby 2yo Hafit, who is priced up at a short price for his debut tonight at Newmarket with a price tag of 2,100,000 guineas.
But this is a hot race and horses with these massive price tags don't always live up to their price. Godolphin have had plenty down the years. Of course he could be a superstar, but we don't know yet.
At 12/1 the William Haggas Just Wonder looks just as appealing on paper. His relative Ready To Venture won as a juvenile and his relations include George Washington and Sun Central (who won for the same trainer and owner).
Haggas is in flying form with 13 of his last 14 runners placed and won this race in 2016 with Seniority.
Hawk looks golden bet
Leg 2: Back Goldie Hawk @ 7/4 in the 20:25 at Haydock
We head to Haydock for the final race and towards the top of the market Goldie Hawk can continue her good form at 7/4.
A lightly-raced filly at two from four on the turf, she overcame a steadily pace to win at Windsor recently and was a bit unlucky not to closer at Yarmouth last time out when meeting traffic problems.
She's consistent and likeable and a stronger run race will suit her even more on pedigree. Her nearest rival in the market is Arabian Warrior, but he fell in a race last time out and has been sidelined for 277 days, so it's very hard to fancy him.