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  • Into Battle armed and ready for big test at Newbury

    THE horses continue in fine form, with two more winners and five seconds last week, and I'm excited about Into Battle at

  • Saturday Rest of ITV

    Sky Sports Racing Aston Park Stakes 1.50 Newbury, 1m4f, Group 3

  • Musidora can go the way of Soul

    WEDNESDAY Duke of York Stakes The speedsters take centre stage in the Duke of York Stakes, a race that has endured some turbulent times from a trends perspective but would appear to be now reverting to type.

  • Fighter Command to mount big raid

    THE Trade Nation London Gold Cup Handicap has to be everyone's favourite threeyear-old handicap at this time of year as it routinely features horses who are miles ahead of their marks.

  • Inspiral might find it hard to repel Rock in the Lockinge

    Saturday Big Rock earned one of the highest Topspeed ratings of the whole season when slamming his rivals in the QEII at Ascot in October and will be a tough nut to crack in Saturday's Al Shaqab Lockinge (3.35) at Newbury.

  • Gold Cup a good slot for Gambit launch

    NEWBURY'S London Gold Cup Handicap on Saturday would seem a natural launch pad for King's Gambit's three-year-old season. He had three starts as a juvenile, all of them at Newbury and they included a maiden win at 33-1 and a second in the prestigious Haynes, Hanson & Clark over a mile. Reported to have grown over the winter, the colt can score in this heritage handicap before moving into Pattern company.


    HIGHLIGHT ... It was great to see Midnight Gun win like a nice horse as he's well bred and a very exciting prospect. LOW POINT ... Makarova getting beaten as I'd really fancied her to win her first Group race.

  • American dream in play again

    EXCEPT for the Breeders' Cup, racing in the States passes me by, yet it's hard not to be drawn into the excitement of the Kentucky Derby. The quality of this year's winner Mystik Dan (above right) remains to be seen, but for now, fans can dream of another Triple Crown hero ahead of his crack at this weekend's Preakness Stakes.

  • London set to tower over his York foes

    Wednesday Sky Bet Race To The Ebor Jorvik Handicap 2.15 York, 1m4f handicap Having trained two of the last three winners of this contest, William Haggas is an obvious trainer to consider and the vote goes to KLONDIKE.

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