Daily Racing Multiple: Miss Amelia to start the ball rolling at Doncaster

Alan picked out Top Rank at Donny yesterday

Alan picked out Top Rank at 7.0 yesterday but missed out on the double, and he is back for Sunday's multiple at Carlisle and Doncaster...

"The selection looked far more professional when last seen at Lingfield - winning easily by three lengths and he can go on improving."

Amelia can bag the hat-trick in final

15:30 Carlisle - Back Miss Amelia

We had another decent price winner yesterday with Top Rank, but sadly as is the case lately, the second selection has been unable to go in too.

Mark Walford has already collected two of the Northern Lights qualifiers en route to today's final with Miss Amelia, and this tough and progressive mare is worth backing again at 3/1.

She bolted up at Catterick last time when seeing off one of today's rivals Relkadam, and that added to her success over course and distance in testing conditions previously.

Up to a new mark of 114, she's in great heart at the moment, and the fact she sees out her races so strongly makes her a her today.

Godolphin charge to remain unbeaten

15:40 Doncaster - Back Tamborrada

This looks a relatively soft opening for Tamborrada's handicap debut as we move to Doncaster, and he should make it 3-3. Although we won't be getting too much of a price in this small field.

At 1/2, his nearest market rival Annandale scraped home off 74 last time at Newcastle.

The selection looked far more professional when last seen at Lingfield - winning easily by three lengths and he can go on improving.


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