For whom the bell tolls

  • By: Nick Robson
  • Last Updated: August 14 2014, 20:04 BST

Hear The Chimes is Nick Robson's fancy in the 'lucky last' at Fontwell this evening - he has a tip in every race.

Fontwell race this evening
Fontwell race this evening


BEVERLEY: 2.30 Mazij, 3.00 Brindle, 3.35 Busy Bimbo, 4.10 Be Perfect, 4.45 Twin Turbo, 5.15 Daisy Boy, 5.50 Tanawar.

CHEPSTOW: 5.55 Belle Park, 6.25 Ronnie Rockcake, 6.55 Sealed With A Kiss, 7.25 Ivanhoe, 7.55 Wasabi, 8.25 Telegraphy.

FONTWELL: 5.10 My Direction, 5.40 Mister Wiseman, 6.10 Halling's Wish, 6.40 Lysino, 7.10 Finish The Story, 7.40 Owner Occupier, 8.10 Hear The Chimes.

LEOPARDSTOWN: 5.15 Puck Fair, 5.45 Texas Rock, 6.15 Eriniya, 6.45 Ol' Man River, 7.15 Custom Cut, 7.45 Massinga, 8.20 Sweet Cherry.

NEWMARKET: 2.10 Luna Moon, 2.40 Raven Ridge, 3.15 Global Leader, 3.50 Long Cross, 4.25 Glorious Empire, 4.55 Zain Empire, 5.25 Pandar.

SALISBURY: 2.20 Sister Of Mercy, 2.50 Moonvoy, 3.25 Sleeper, 4.00 YUFTEN (NAP), 4.35 Ada Lovelace, 5.05 Button Down.

TRAMORE: 5.00 Little King Robin, 5.30 Dusty Trail, 6.00 Gun Shoot, 6.30 Celtic Artisan, 7.00 Days Ahead, 7.30 Jansboy, 8.00 Cairdin.

DOUBLE: Yuften and Raven Ridge.

Yuften can make amends for an unlucky experience in France last time out by winning the totepool Sovereign Stakes at Salisbury.

William Haggas' three-year-old tackles older horses for the first time, but the 7lb he receives tilts the scales very much in his favour.

A seven-length maiden winner on his return to action at Newmarket this season, it nonetheless looked like Haggas was aiming a little too high by running him in the St James's Palace Stakes at Royal Ascot.

However, he belied his 66-1 odds by finishing less than five lengths behind Kingman.

He showed in no uncertain terms that was no fluke next time in France was he crossed the line in second behind Charm Spirit in the Prix Jean Prat, only to be disqualified and placed fourth.

While that was a blow to connections, it confirmed they had a colt not far off the very best milers around.

He should prove the point in this Group Three.

Ada Lovelace must hold strong claims of defying a penalty in the Bill Garnett Memorial Fillies' Handicap.

Trained by John Gallagher, the four-year-old has been busy this season but won with her head in her chest at Brighton last week.

Gallagher has Ada Lovelace out before the handicapper has had chance to reassess her and she looks by far the safest conveyance.

Glorious Empire looks sure to give us a run for our money in the July Course Handicap at Newmarket.

Ed Walker's three-year-old has only run one bad race in his life, when he was drawn on the wrong side in the Jersey Stakes at Royal Ascot.

He bounced back from that to win a decent handicap at Newmarket and off a 7lb higher mark he ran a perfectly respectable race at Ascot last time out.

In a field full of rapid improvers he finished fourth to Mange All, beaten just over two lengths.

That showed he was still going in the right direction and this race does not look as tough.

Raven Ridge is given one last chance to build upon his initial promise in the Lyndsay Wicks Birthday Memorial Handicap now that Michael Bell's string are in much better form.

In winning a maiden at Newcastle last October he looked to have a big future but has flattered to deceive on both his starts this term, twice finishing fourth.

At Beverley, Be Perfect will only need to reproduce his last run to win the Sculpture To Wear Equestrian Jewellery Handicap, while Telegraphy has a great chance to get off the mark in the Free Casino Bonuses At Handicap at Chepstow.

Dr Richard Newland's Lysino can continue his purple patch in the Cascades Shopping Centre Portsmouth Handicap Hurdle at Fontwell.