Through The Card: Ffos Las, Tuesday September 20

There is racing from Ffos Las on Tuesday
There is racing from Ffos Las on Tuesday

Timeform take you through the card at Ffos Las on Tuesday.

"He is capable of better with that under his belt and should cope with the return to six furlongs here."

15:45 - ISABEL DE URBINA (6) is a full-sister to a Group 2-winning two-year-old in Italy (unbeaten in three starts at two) and can be expected to be fairly sharp on day one here. Ralph Beckett can ready one first time (six juvenile debutant winners so far this season) and the early money for Isabel de Urbina looks positive.

16:15 - With concerns about the trip for Posh Bounty and Dear Bruin still being a few lbs above her highest winning mark, this could be a good opportunity for MANY DREAMS (7) who has put in several creditably efforts despite still being a maiden. EXOPLANET BLUE (1) is somewhat hit and miss, but has claims here based on her penultimate start which she won under the excellent George Wood.

16:50 - Ttainted Love perhaps needs more severe headgear now after she posted her first poor effort since being fitted with cheekpieces last time at Ascot. She is a quirky sort, and could be worth taking on despite setting the standard. APACHE SONG (6) shaped as though she would be suited by the return to a mile when finishing second over seven furlongs at Chepstow last time and could be the one to chance against the favourite.

17:20 - Lobster Cocktail once again looks a short price on what he has achieved to date and is worth taking on again at the top of the market. Zlatan weakened out of things last time over a mile and could be suited by a return to seven furlongs, and THE GREEDY BOY (15) could be worth chancing at the foot of the weights. He disappointed last time at Brighton but is interesting on his penultimate effort (fourth) on ground that appeared to be too testing for him. Irish raider WORTH AVENUE (14) is also interesting from this sort of mark and Josephine Gordan is a positive jockey booking.

17:50 - WE ARE THE PEOPLE (1) should probably be shorter in the betting than he is after a promising third at Wolverhampton last time where he was unable to justify favouritism partly due to greenness (finished with running left) on just his fourth start. He is capable of better with that under his belt and should cope with the return to six furlongs here.

18:25 - A 3 lb rise for PENSAX LAD's (3) win at Sandown last time looks lenient enough, and still leaves him with something to play with based on his all-weather form (won off 8 lb higher than this in that sphere). He should be hard to keep out of the places now that Equally Fast is a non-runner.

18:55 - A tight handicap where several can be given chances including Free Passage and Red Rose Riot, who represents a stable in excellent form at present and arrives here on the back of a career best win at this track.


Back APACHE SONG in the 16:50
Back WE ARE THE PEOPLE in the 17:50

15:45 - 6
16:15 - 1, 7
16:50 - 6
17:20 - 14, 15
17:50 - 1
18:25 - 3

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