£2.5 Million Scoop6: Timeform's suggested perm

Two of Saturday's Scoop6 races are at Chester
Two of Saturday's Scoop6 races are at Chester

Thinking tomorrow's Scoop6 races look a little tricky? Not to worry! Horse Racing experts Timeform are on hand to guide you through with their perm for tomorrow's monster rollover...

"Tagula Night should also be included after her third course victory here in June with the services of the incomparable Ryan Moore for this contest another significant positive..."

Sandown 14:05 -The first horse to make it into the perm is Jamaican Bolt. He falls into the talented-but-frustrating category with almost two years without a win, but there is cause for optimism: he was a never-nearer third at Doncaster last time suggesting he could be coming to the boil and that the stiffer track here will suit. With any further rain sure to enhance his claims and an unchanged mark conditions could finally be right for a return to the winner's enclosure. Tagula Night should also be included after her third course victory here in June with the services of the incomparable Ryan Moore for this contest another significant positive.  

Chester 14:20 -Richard Fahey looks to hold a strong hand in a typically competitive contest, and a sole selection will suffice in the shape of Ballesteros. He shaped as if a return to form was imminent when third at Ascot last time off a break and is now 2 lb lower than when he won over C&D here two years ago. 

Newton Abbot 14:45 - The sole contest over jumps for today's Scoop6 is a handicap hurdle over 22 furlongs and Vesperal Dream looks to be on a dangerous mark over timber. He disappointed back over fences last time but prior to that won a couple of decent novice hurdles, including over C&D here. He could go on to have a significant impact in this sphere and is taken to account for today's rivals and continue his progression through the ranks. 

Chester 14:55- Despite his draw we'd be remiss not to include the resurgent Heavy Metal in the second of today's contests to be run from Chester. He won a handicap at Haydock before triumphing in the International at Ascot on King George day and was narrowly denied in the Betfred Mile at Goodwood last time. Providing he's in the same form this looks comparatively less competitive and he still looks well enough handicapped to capitalise.

Beverley 15:05 - Although the consistent Margrets Gift deserves respect after getting off the mark over C&D last time, Pea Shooter is the one to get the nod. He showed definite signs of promise at Ripon on his debut for Dandy Nicholls and now he's dropped below his last winning mark, significant improvement is expected. 

Sandown 15:50 - We return to Esher for the final leg of our perm, and it's hard to ignore the claims of Spa's Dancer in the ten-furlong handicap. He won two similar contests over a mile on soft ground here last season and has finished second in two decent heats at Newbury and Redcar this term to confirm his well-being. This three-time course winner looks to have as strong a chance as any on all known form. What About Carlo is also included as he bolted up over C&D in similar conditions in April and will appreciate the return to calmer waters after falling short in a Group 2 last time. 

Leg 1: 9,16
Leg 2: 3
Leg 3: 8
Leg 4: 2
Leg 5: 1
Leg 6: 4,7

4 Lines @ £2 per line = £8

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