• Fri 21 Jul, 2017
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Five to follow on Saturday

Alan Thomson, the former Racing Editor at the Daily Record, puts up five tips at Haydock Park and York on Saturday. View selections below.


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PRICELESS (4.05) is the value each-way bet to give Clive Cox back-to-back victories in the Temple Stakes at Haydock.

His speedy Profitable bagged this valuable Group 2 sprint 12 months ago and Priceless can reverse placings with Washington DC, Goldream and Kachy on their running behind Marsha in the Palace House Stakes at Newmarket.

Priceless struck the front two out, only to be overwhelmed up the hill as he weakened into fifth. Washington DC was probably the one to take out of the race but his outside berth in stall one is no help.

Earlier on the card YORKIDDING (2.20) should make her customary bold bid having hit the crossbar so far this season.

Mark Johnston’s mare was mugged close home in the 188Bet Chester Cup before producing another sterling effort in the Braveheart Handicap at Hamilton last Friday evening when just losing out in a blanket finish. Yorkidding finished just behind My Reward on her seasonal debut at Ripon and little separates that pair.

If you like a ‘shortie’ on a Saturday then HARRY ANGEKL (3.30) fits the bill against six rivals in the Sandy Lane Stakes.

Second Thought and Mubtasim share second favouritism but if there is to be an upset it could come from Brian The Snail. He flopped when well touted at York but wouldn’t be the first horse to throw in a wobbly on that track. Odds of 12-1 will tempt a few but Harry Angel remains full of potential.

At York, CLEVER COOKIE (2.40) bids for a hat-trick in the 1m 6f Listed event, having proved successful in 2014 and 2015, and Peter Niven’s nine-year-old proved he was no back number with a close-up sixth to Dartmouth at York’s Dante fixture.

Clever Cookie, also a winner of the Yorkshire Cup on the Knavesmire, should strip a bit fitter and makes plenty of each-way appeal in an open contest.

Frontiersman is the obvious starting point for form students after his scintillating success at Newmarket on quick ground.

There is some good action at Goodwood where BLESS HIM (3.10) is fancied in the Matchbook-sponsored 7f handicap.

David Simcock reaches for a hood after his colt’s running-on third to City Of Joy at Doncaster, with Aaron Jones taking off 3lb. Bless Him, a scorer at Chelmsford in April, is having only his fourth career start and is open to improvement.

A similar remark applies to Horroob, a dual Lingfield winner for Roger Varian, but young 7lb claimer David Egan has his work cut out from stall 12.

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