Seeing Glory at Kempton
Roger Charlton has his string in decent form and his Be Seeing You can open his account at Kempton, writes Nick Robson.
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CATTERICK: 2.30 Danot, 3.00 Rocket Ship, 3.30 Sandra's Diamond, 4.00 Dr Irv, 4.30 Abraham Monro, 5.00 Running Reef, 5.30 Makin The Rules.
KEMPTON: 6.20 George Baker, 6.50 Tijuca, 7.20 BE SEEING YOU (NAP), 7.50 Abaq, 8.20 Goldan Jess, 8.50 Gang Warfare, 9.20 Amber Isle.
LINGFIELD: 2.20 Commander Patten, 2.50 Prince Of Burma, 3.20 Bella Varenna, 3.50 Omega Omega, 4.20 Secret Liason, 4.50 Sleeping Venus, 5.20 King Calypso, 5.50 Major Jack.
NAAS: 6.00 Sexy Legs, 6.30 Calibrate, 7.00 Pixie Spirit, 7.30 Sacrificial, 8.00 Shorana, 8.30 Whitey O' Gwaun, 9.00 Teoirim.
WORCESTER: 6.10 Klyes Faith, 6.40 Anquetta, 7.10 Celesta, 7.40 Mulligan's Man, 8.10 Discay, 8.40 Pure Style, 9.10 Mont Royale.
YARMOUTH: 2.10 Rockaroundtheclock, 2.40 Big Kenny, 3.10 Oh Star, 3.40 Hot Mustard, 4.10 Enobled, 4.40 Good Hope, 5.10 Layline.
DOUBLE: Be Seeing You and Abaq.
Roger Charlton has his string in decent form and his Be Seeing You can open his account in the Betdaq £25 No Lose Free Bet Handicap (London Mile Series Qualifier) at Kempton.
The Medicean gelding was fourth behind Derby runner-up Kingston Hill on his racecourse debut last year and while he has not progressed like that one, he should be ready to come to the boil now.
A beaten favourite at Windsor in October, he nevertheless still finished in front of Lingfield Oaks Trial winner Honor Bound.
Charlton was keen to get a maiden win into him and he ran at Kempton in November in what has actually turned out to be a decent race.
Be Seeing You was fourth behind Godolphin's Elite Army, who is fancied by many for the St Leger, and in third was Peter Chapple-Hyam's smart Arod, fourth in the Derby.
Making his handicap debut in May, Be Seeing You managed fourth off a mark of 73 behind Stampede, who looks useful, but the ground was soft and it looked like he failed to get home over 10 furlongs.
Back at a mile and on Polytrack, he should shape much better.
Charlton has a good chance of doubling up later on the card with Amber Isle in the Betdaq - The Sports Betting Exchange Handicap.
Dundonnell's sister got off the mark at the third time of asking at Lingfield and looks the type who is improving with racing.
Richard Hannon's Abaq will not be much of a price in the Irish Champions Weekend EBF Maiden Fillies' Stakes but she can set herself up for a decent race somewhere along the line.
A daughter of Coronation Stakes winner Indian Ink out of Oasis Dream, she shaped with promise on her debut when second at Newbury last month.
There appeared to be some nice newcomers in the that and although the form has yet to be tested, Newbury maidens are usually strong.
John Quinn appears to have found a nice opening for Makin The Rules in Catterick's Racing Again Next Wednesday 16th July Handicap.
Outclassed at York behind That Is The Spirit, he ran well enough in a decent race at Ripon before being a beaten favourite at Pontefract, but this should not take much winning.
Talking of drops in class they do not come much bigger than Secret Liason's in the Racing Specials At 32RedSport.com Nursery Handicap at Lingfield.
James Tate's filly was not at all disgraced when mid-division behind Cursory Glance in the Albany Stakes at Royal Ascot.
She had previously won on her debut at Thirsk so this should be a nice confidence boost before going up in class.
Sir Michael Stoute's Enobled finished fourth in a hot handicap at Sandown behind Sea Shanty and should find Yarmouth's Greene King Festival At Yarmouth Racecourse Handicap far less competitive.
Nicky Henderson's Anquetta can outclass his rivals in the Mazak & Power Panels Going Forward Together Handicap Chase at Worcester.