4:35PM – Windsor
The Darryll Holland-trained YOULLOVEMEWHENIWIN has been found a golden opportunity to gain a third career victory following a staying-on sixth on the all-weather at Lingfield, when given a bump at the start by the first past the post (demoted to second) in that contest – Kath’s Toyboy – who reopposes. That was an improved effort with the cheekpieces back on (retained here) and he’s extremely well handicapped if things pan out in this weak apprentice event. This horse scored from a mark of 63 at Wolverhampton last season; now dropped to 54, and with his jockey’s 5lb claim, a huge stone below that previous winning mark effectively. The Cable Bay gelding may not be the most straightforward, but his claims are clear to see, dropping into a 0-55 for the first time.
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2:00PM – Lingfield
APACHE SPARK can get off the mark on third career outing after a hugely improved effort when runner-up behind a subsequent Group Three placer at Kempton. The pair pulled a long way clear of the remainder that day. That was a big improvement from the first run, with the switch to the all-weather surface sparking notable progress. This looks a straightforward chance to make all of the running from the perfect draw in stall one, and it would be no surprise if there was plenty of money for the selection at the start of the race. Lady Jane Grey is likely to be the main market rival but her form isn’t working out as encouragingly as it may have appeared likely at the start of the season. Newcomer So Sleepy is the one who would be a threat if showing up on first run as a 95,000gns purchase with a speedy pedigree. She may need the run, though, and would have to be well above average to beat the selection on debut.
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6:40PM – Ffos Las
Eagle-eyed readers will recognise this selection from last week but sadly was a non-runner at the same venue due to unsuitable going (the track received heavy rain throughout the day). The Kingman filly has been pointed at this race from four handicap entries this week, seemingly with confidence of getting off the mark. ALBION PRINCESS caught the eye in two of three maiden runs, including when keeping on into fourth in a Lingfield AW maiden over a mile. She was all the rage on handicap debut, strongly supported in the market on a reappearance outing, but was always playing catch up from a tardy start. The Harry and Roger Charlton-trained youngster has dropped a pound which seems generous and is certainly bred to be better than a mark of 62 – she’s a half-sister to a Lister placer – with strong prospects of gaining a first victory in this winnable contest.
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