2 minutes ago 0 Shares ODDSbible Racing: Daily Tips – 15th September Sat Sep 15 2018 11:16:20 GMT+0100 (BST) Sat Sep 15 2018 11:16:55 GMT+0100 (BST) John Burnham John Burnham in Theoddsbible Powered by What a sensational day's racing with Group action aplenty, highlighted by the Irish Champion Stakes and the William Hill St Leger.…
What a sensational day’s racing with Group action aplenty, highlighted by the Irish Champion Stakes and the William Hill St Leger. Saturday’s eight meetings come from Bath, Chelmsford (AW), Chester, Doncaster, Lingfield, Listowel, Leopardstown and Musselburgh. Here are the ODDSbible Racing tips for all the action:
NAP:4:55: Leopardstown: Rostropovich. Run some good races in defeat since winning the Dee Stakes at Chester in May. Fine second in both the King Edward VII Stakes and the Irish Derby, before finishing fifth in the King George. This is his easiest assignment since Chester now dropped into G3 company and he can make all here.
Next Best:5:55: Doncaster: Dubawi Prince. Rewarded his trainer’s patience when scoring at Newmarket after a long layoff. Previously successful at Doncaster in April 2017, he might be able to cope with a 7lb rise.
Daily Double:1:40: Chelmsford: Daphinia. Well held behind Signora Cabello in the Queen Mary at Royal Ascot, but was previously a fine second behind that rival in a Listed contest at York. Henry Spiller has taken his time since Ascot and this looks a great opportunity to return to winning ways, particularly given her she won on debut on the All-Weather at Wolverhampton. 3:00: Doncaster: Too Darn Hot. Won the G3 Solario Stakes impressively last time and the favourite for next year’s Derby also gets 3lb from Vintage Stakes winner Dark Vision, which could be a huge advantage.
Value Tip:3:45: Bath: Secretfact E/W. Won four races at Bath over course and distance and this is his first run at the track since scoring here on July 11. The five-year-old Sakhee’s Secret gelding has run respectably in two starts since and with the ground being firm, he will really appreciate conditions here.
Today’s Other Fancies:
2:00: Bath: Eesha’s Smile. The two-year-old daughter of Toronado knew her job at the first time of asking when drawing away from her rivals at Beverley and the step up to a mile is sure to eke out further improvement.
5:35: Bath: Watheeqa. Importantly, Roger Varian’s filly has course and distance form, having bolted up by seven lengths here last time. This is a step up but she made all on that occasion and you feel there is more improvement to come off a mark of 80.
6:10: Bath: Here’s Alice. Sixth in a good Chepstow maiden which has worked out pretty well so far this novice event won’t take much winning. The three-year-old daughter of Galileo was eighth in the Cheshire Oaks behind subsequent Ribblesdale winner Magic Wand and she should go close here.
3:25: Chelmsford: George E/W. Got a good revord at Chelmsford having won over a mile earlier this term. Followed that up with a good win on turf at Salisbury, before finishing a good second at Sandown last time. He was second on his only start over seven furlongs, but despite the drop in trip, I think he holds a live chance in this competitive event.
5:10: Chelmsford: Refrain E/W. Second at Wolverhampton in July before only finishing fifth at the same track later that month where he didn’t get the best of passages. He retains scope for improvement and he looks a good each-way price.
2:40: Chester: Shailene. Good fourth behind Magic Wand in the Cheshire oaks and ran a couple of good races in defeat this term either side of a facile six-length victory at Chelmsford in June. She gets 13lb from the older horses in this field and with Andrew Balding’s yard in such fine form, she looks a good each-way punt at 5/1.
2:30: Lingfield: Layaleena. Ran on strongly to make a nice winning debut at Newmarket last time. There’s more to come from this two-year-old daughter of Sea The Stars and she could potentially be exciting.
5:50: Listowel: Sancta Simona. Could be a very smart horse going forward judged by the ease in which she scored at Kilbeggan by 11 lengths last time out. Second to subsequent Weatherbys Champion bumper ninth Rhinestone, the five-year-old daughter of Saddex was bought by J P McManus after opening her account at Kilbeggan and she could be very exciting.
6:00: Leopardstown: Kenya. Course and distance winner last term in a G3 event and he ran on strongly to land the Irish Cambridgshire last time out. He returns to Group company here, but he looks to hold a good chance in a competitive renewal.
7:10: Leopardstown: Escobar. David O’Meara’s charge looks overpriced here. He was very unlucky in the Golden Mile at Goodwood before never getting involved in a G3 last time out. However, the drop back into handicap company is a massive plus.
3:00: Doncaster: Too Darn Hot. Won the G3 Solario Stakes impressively last time and the favourite for next year’s Derby also gets 3lb from Vintage Stakes winner Dark Vision, which could be a huge advantage.
4:45: Doncaster: Ostilio. Ran a huge race when stepping up on Britannia win with second in a G3 at Goodwood last time. He could get a very easy lead here and he looks to have a cracking chance to return to winning ways.
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