Through The Card: Newmarket, Saturday 6 October

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Newmarket stages a very competitive card - featuring the Sun Chariot Stakes - this afternoon
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Timeform take you through the card at Newmarket on Saturday, inclduing the Sun Chariot Stakes...

"The return to this longer trip will play to her strengths and she makes plenty of appeal"

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14:05 - The Ed Walker-trained FILLE DE REVE (4) has improved for the drop to sprinting and is chasing a hat-trick after victories at Haydock and Ascot. Still fairly treated, she gets the nod in what looks a competitive opener. Perfection and Indian Tygress are also on the up and are both much respected, however a better value second selection might be ROCK ON BAILEYS (1) who has a fine strike-rate and won't mind the drop back in trip here.

14:40 - The exciting TURGENEV (1) has made a promising start to his career, confirming the abundant promise of his debut when running out an impressive winner at Newcastle 12 days ago. He looks sure to go on to better things. Il Paradiso is a likely improver, while Derby-entry Faylaq is bred in the purple and needs monitoring closely in the betting, along with John Gosden's other representative Franz Kafka. Infuse, from the family of Attraction, is considered, while the money for Light and Dark this morning suggests a big run is expected on debut.

15:15 - French horses have a good record in this race and WIND CHIMES (10) posted a very high level of form when just edged out in the Moulin and is narrowly preferred to the very consistent Laurens who goes in search of a fourth Group 1 success of the year. Veracious likely has more to offer, while Aljazzi won't be too far away if recapturing the level she showed when winning impressively at Royal Ascot. Indeed, she looks overpriced, as does I Can Fly who will be a big danger if getting a strong tempo to chase.

15:50 - She may look short in the betting, but GYPSY SPIRIT (29) has acquitted herself well in listed company in recent starts and is well suited by the conditions of this valuable contest. She can land the spoils. Lorton, Northernpowerhouse and Praxidice all arrive on the back of victories and have potential for improvement. They rate the principal dangers, but there could be some value with TIME FOR BED (30). Her Goodwood maiden form has worked out well and she ran well on her nursery debut when second at Sandown last time.

16:25 - The in-form MOVE SWIFTLY (3) boasts a fine strike-rate and continued her progression when runner-up in a York handicap last time. The return to this longer trip will play to her strengths and she makes plenty of appeal. Qazyna is feared most on her return to action, especially given the strong market support this morning, whilst Bella Ragazza also enters calculations as she is likely to appreciate the drop back in class after running in a French Group 3 last time.

17:00 - RAWDAA (8) has comfortably the most progressive profile in this field, so she's taken to get back to winning ways on the back of another improved showing at Sandown. She's taken to take another step forward now stepped up in trip. Asoof could provide the biggest danger given her own rate of improvement to this point and, based on pedigree, Gumriyah is far from one to be writing off, however a second selection goes to Timeform 'Horse in Focus' LADY OF SHALOTT (5). She should relish the drop back in trip, any rain will suit, and she should get a stronger pace to chase here than at Doncaster last time.

17:35 - The unexposed KLASSIQUE blew her opening handicap mark apart when easily winning at Kempton three weeks ago and looks sure to go well again in her hat-trick bid. Crystal Moonlight looks another smart filly in the making and a big run is expected. Doncaster-winner Lady Bergamot continues to improve also and is difficult to ignore.

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