Ryan to Rock at Kempton
Anita Chambers has a tip for every race on Tuesday and expects Ryan Moore to be among the winners at Kempton.
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AYR: 2.10 Strictly Glitz, 2.40 Sandra's Diamond, 3.15 Black Douglas, 3.50 BEAT THE TIDE (NAP), 4.25 Lil Sophella, 5.00 Ad Vitam, 5.30 Equitania, 6.00 Coax.
CHEPSTOW: 2.00 Splash Of Ginge, 2.30 Tarvini, 3.05 Wayward Glance, 3.40 Brassick, 4.15 Chestnut Ben, 4.50 Clarion Call, 5.20 Its A Long Road.
KEMPTON: 5.50 Tullia, 6.20 Tides Reach, 6.50 Weisse Girl, 7.20 For Posterity, 7.50 Aalim, 8.20 Break Rank, 8.50 Blessing Box, 9.20 Rock Up.
SEDGEFIELD: 2.20 Saint Thomas, 2.50 Koultas King, 3.25 Civil Unrest, 4.00 Sendiym, 4.35 Western Prize, 5.10 Perfect Timing, 5.40 Ovilia.
DOUBLE: Beat The Tide and Break Rank.
Beat The Tide can once again demonstrate his abundant stamina with victory in the Debra Charity Handicap at Ayr.
Michael Dods' charge is certainly bred to get a trip being by Black Sam Bellamy and Beat The Tide has certainly improved since stepping up to middle distances and beyond.
The three-year-old won over seven furlongs as a juvenile and while he was not disgraced in a couple of runs over 10 furlongs, he really shone when upped to a mile and five furlongs at this track in July.
He made full use of a handy age allowance that day and while he revelled in the soft ground in winning by half a length, he showed he can handle good conditions when third last time out, although he was beaten a fair distance against fellow three-year-olds that day.
A return to the scene of his earlier win should help him regain the winning thread and a handy age allowance once more should see him in the frame.
Black Douglas can hit the target for Jim Goldie in the RBS Mentor Handicap after a pleasing campaign to date.
Discounting a blip in early September, the four-year-old has been pretty consistent in the second half of the year, winning once and troubling the judge a further four times.
He just got tapped for toe in the closing stages when third last time out while he performed well enough when second over the minimum trip on his penultimate outing.
Black Douglas has paid for those efforts as he now sits on a mark of 55 but he is more than capable off that kind of rating and is one for the short list.
Break Rank is firmly on an upward curve and can continue his progress in Kempton's BetVictor.com Handicap.
Ed de Giles' charge has won twice at Epsom this term, showing a particularly nice attitude when holding Benzanno by a neck on his most recent outing.
He has shown he can handle a variety of surfaces and while he tries the Polytrack for the first time here, it should be noted he ran well enough on that surface at Chantilly when trained by Criquette Head-Maarek early in his three-year-old career.
For Posterity can follow up his recent win at the Sunbury track in the Download The BetVictor App Handicap.
Tried in handicap company after three fruitless maiden outings, Charlie Appleby's charge got a bit of a bump in the straight but was still good enough to claim victory by just over a length.
He looked as though he had a bit left in the locker that day so could well be up to defying his 6lb higher mark.
Saeed bin Suroor can also get one on the board as he saddles newcomer Aalim in the Follow Us On Twitter @BetVictor Maiden Stakes.
He is related to some nice horses, not least the Classic-placed Anna Salai, and while he is clearly no star, he might not have to be to win here.
Nigel Twiston-Davies always has his team ready to go at the start of the autumn and Splash Of Ginge looks a likely type in the Western Daily Press Maiden Hurdle at Chepstow.
Koultas King can bring up his hat-trick in the Santander Novices' Hurdle at Sedgefield.