Through The Card: Newmarket, Saturday 30 June

There is Flat racing at Newmarket on Saturday
There is Flat racing at Newmarket on Saturday

Timeform take you through the card at Newmarket on Saturday

" on the upgrade now, and looks the one to side with here..."

Timeform on Dynamic

13:10 - A host of these look open to improvement, headed by IMPULSION (7), who was an easy winner on her Goodwood debut at the start of the month. She is fancied to follow up, but So Brave, Royal Intervention and Ellheidi are others who can build on promising first runs, while No Lippy has solid form claims if a lesser effort last time is forgiven.

13:45 - DUTCH CONNECTION (1) was behind Larchmont Lad and Tabarrak in the John of Gaunt Stakes at Haydock last time, but he would have benefited from a stronger pace that day, and should get that here from Lake Volta. Admittedly, he isn't the force of old, but this track may suit better, and he is taken to resume winning ways under James Doyle. Sir Dancealot is also likely to be on the premises.

14:20 - MOYASSAR (2) looked useful when going close first time up at York and is very much the percentage call, although Master Brewer was a big eyecatcher on his recent Newbury debut and could be up to giving him something to think about.

14:55 - Hard to get away from the claims of SECOND STEP (4)
, who was narrowly denied in this race last year and looks to have a good chance of gaining compensation on the back of a solid reappearance at Newbury. Dylan Mouth would be a big threat at his best but ran poorly on his Chester return so it could be that Crimson Rosette gives Roger Charlton's charge most to do.

15:30 - Since winning a minor event at Kempton in March, HERECOMESTHESUN (1) has been plying her trade at listed level, and she looks interesting now making his handicap debut. An opening mark of 90 doesn't look a gift, but it isn't excessive, and she makes a fair bit of appeal for Archie Watson, who has a good strike rate at this time of year.

16:05 - Recent Nottingham maiden winner ZAIN CITY (5) looks on a workable mark for his handicap debut and is taken to follow up. Scottish Summit has made a good start to the campaign and could be the one to give Mick Channon's charge most to do.

16:40 - Queen of Time sets the standard here, but DYNAMIC (2) is on the upgrade now, and looks the one to side with here. She produced the sort of performance she promised in her three-year-old season when winning at Musselburgh last time, staying on well in the closing stages. This stiffer track will suit, and this big filly should continue to progress.

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