Steve Mullen guides you through Sunday’s racing from Leicester and Windsor
2.10 – Mullen’s star bet
PEACHEY CARNEHAN comes here on the back of a win at Doncaster and short-head defeat at Haydock last time.
He likes some give in the ground and is actually 4lb lower in the weights than that latest effort.
He likes this trip and should be right there again.
NOTICE is a game performer who was an excellent second at Newbury last time out.
His rider takes a valuable 5lb off which could make all the difference in a tight contest.
RED TROOPER was in good form on the all-weather this winter including when winning a maiden at Kempton.
His best efforts have come over this distance and he’s open to plenty of improvement at this early stage of his career.
? Steve Mullen’s star bet ?
By Steve Mullen
2.10 Leicester – Peachey Carnehan: ‘In good form, likes this trip and should be right there again’ (add to your betslip)
DARK POWER had plenty left in the tank when winning at Nottingham last time and even a 9lb rise in the weights doesn’t put you off.
He looks open to lots more improvement and likes give underfoot.
COMRADE IN ARMS is bred to be classy and this trip should be ideal as a juvenile.
Sir Michael Stoute is in good form at the moment and this looks like a good opening for the son of War Front.
William Buick on the way to hospital ‘conscious but complaining of back pain’ after bad fall
Templegate’s tips for ITV’s races at Ascot, Newmarket and Haydock on Saturday, August 12
BERRY ON TOP
Fran Berry won the Silver Saddle as he helped Great Britain and Ireland win the Shergar Cup
Permian heads to Arlington for the Secretariat Stakes in search of his first Group 1 win
BECK IN BUSINESS
Promising Beckford hunts for first Group 1 win in Sunday’s Phoenix Stakes at the Curragh
Connections of Yucatan reveal he may not run again this season despite being back in training
LIGHT THE WICK
Templegate’s top tips for all of ITV’s races at Glorious Goodwood on Tuesday, August 1
ALEMARATLYOUM has been a model of consistency and was again right in the frame at Sandown last time out.
That was after a good run on the all-weather and a game win at Yarmouth where the ground was on the soft side.
This step up to a mile should be fine and he’s the one to beat.
KING’S ACADEMY has been gelded which could bring the little bit of improvement he needs.
He was a solid third at Windsor last time when he showed enough pace to be competitive over this trip.
2.25 Polly’s Gold
3.25 Angel Of Darkness
4.00 Angel Down
4.35 Major Valentine
5.05 Thahab Ifraj