Steve Mullen guides you through Monday’s racing from Redcar, Wolverhampton, Chepstow, Fakenham, Huntingdon, Market Rasen and Plumpton.
There was a lot to like about the way CARLTON FRANKIE won at York last time out. Mick Easterby’s three-year-old did it from the front there, which isn’t easy and bodes well for the future.
CARIGRAD still looked green when finishing third on the all-weather last time at Chelmsford. That was to be expected on just his second run and should have blown the cobwebs away. You would expect a good deal of improvement in conditions that should suit.
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EVERYTHING FOR YOU is fit from a spin on the all-weather at Wolverhampton where he showed real promise in coming home second. He was coming back from five months off there so should come on fitness wise too.
MUNFALLET often goes well fresh and came back from a longer absence than this to win first up last season. He is a real battler who managed three wins last season yet hasn’t been completely clobbered by the handicapper. All ground comes the same and he should be on the premises.
ROLLER doesn’t have many miles on the clock for a four-year-old and looks capable of better than what we’ve seen so far, which has been encouraging enough. He started his career with Pascal Bary in France and would have been earmarked for better company than this. He went well at Newcastle last time and looks on a fair mark.
EL PRINCIPE has been knocking on the door and was unlucky not to go one better than second at Lingfield last time where he lost his place turning for home. This 6f trip looks like his best and he’s gone well here before.
REMBRANDT would have won in a couple more strides at Wolverhampton last time where he saw out every yard of this trip. This ground suits on turf ans hopefully he’ll be delivered a bit sooner today.
SCOTCH MYST likes this 6f distance and has already been busy this year, landing a win on the all-weather. If he’s able to translate that form to the turf he will figure in the finish.
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2:40 Wedding Breakfast
3:10 Original Choice
3:45 Castlerea Tess
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FOX WON’T ROCK
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BAKER FLOWN BACK
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2:00 Copper Kay
3:40 Cold March
4:15 Celestial Magic
4:50 Pawn Star
5:25 Majestic Moll
5:55 Lady Vitesse
1:40 Are They Your Own
2:15 Caprice D’Anglais
3:25 Boher Lad
4:35 Presenting Pearl
12:45 Hollow Bay
1:50 Excellent Result
2:20 Hint Of Grey
2:55 Sir Note
2:10 Galactic Power
3:20 Bally Lagan
3:55 Movie Legend
4:30 Sharp Response
2:25 Most Celebrated
3:00 Perfect Timing
3:35 Holbrook Park
4:10 Lou Vert
4:45 Mount Shamsan
5:20 Song Of The Night