Through The Card: Sandown, Thursday 7 June

There's a six race card at Sandown on Thursday evening
There's a six race card at Sandown on Thursday evening
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Timeform take you through the card at Sandown on Thursday evening...

"She sets a firm standard, and can put her experience to good use by getting off the mark at the third attempt."

Timeform on Satisfying

17:55 - SATISFYING (9) has shown enough on her two starts to date to suggests that she will win a race or two, finishing second on her most recent start at Windsor last time. She sets a firm standard, and can put her experience to good use by getting off the mark at the third attempt. Sabai Sabai and Vivionn are both very interesting newcomers who are worth a look in the market, whilst Zalpa is surely capable of better than she showed on her debut.

18:25 - GHOSTWATCH (1) shaped like a stayer in the making when third on his handicap bow at Chester last time, behind a rival who was thriving. Today's step up in trip should suit and considering the majority of the field are having their first try at this distance, he could be the way to go. Chiave Di Volta, Sharja Silk and Manor Park all remain with potential as well and head the dangers.

19:00 - An interesting three-year-old handicap, in which GEORGE VILLIERS (6) could be the best option. He signed off with a smooth success at Kempton last Novemver, and seems sure to have more to offer in handicaps this year. Mashaheer made a successful return at Nottingham and can do even better. Bombastic also won last time out and could kick on again.

19:35 - Considering the promise CORGI (2) had shown on his seasonal reappearance when finishing behind subsequent Chester Vase winner Young Rascal at Newbury in April, his most recent third at Ascot was disappointing. However, the firmer ground counted against him on that day and he is fancied to confirm his opening mark a workable one. Jack Regan did well to score at Salisbury and is feared, along with Desert Path.

20:05 - AL MUFFRIH (4) won what is traditonally a strong maiden at Newbury in really likeable fashion, and he rates an exciting prospect. He's taken to follow up here. Elwazir and Cross Counter remain with plenty of potential, while the John Gosden-trained newcomers Marechal Ney and Star of Bengal require market checks.

20:40 - RENNY'S LADY (4) is in fine form at the moment, and this trip is likely to suit her far better than the seven furlongs at Lingfield last time, when she finished third. She's fancied to score. Any Little Rhyme is one to note on her handicap debut.

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