SILVER SAMURAI - 6.45 Kempton
He looked unlucky over course-and-distance last time and SILVER SAMURAI is fancied to land the Unibet Extra Place Offers Every Day Handicap.
Marco Botti's team are going well and his charge got stopped in his run a furlong out before finishing third behind Mostly. He's handicapped to go in again soon, clearly goes well here, and has Ben Curtis in the saddle.
Thrill Seeker represents a top team and is respected but Silver Samurai looked a winner-waiting-to-happen last time. Let's hope he confirms that here.
JUMBY - 1.50 Newmarket (NAP)
JUMBY has loads of potential trying sprinting for the first time and I'd make him the one they all have to beat in Newmarket's Each Way Extra bet365 Handicap.
He’s joint-top weight but could be really well-handicapped from a mark of 95 on his very first start over six furlongs having bumped into a couple of really nice types in Yibir and Megallan when last seen over a mile.
He travelled best of all at Newbury that day, screaming sprinter throughout, and it’s really strong form in the context of this event. If he simply turns out to be a cut-and-dried sprinter, everything he achieved last season coming in spite of competing over distances beyond his optimum, he should be too good for these rivals. (Matt Brocklebank)
SEXY LOT - 2.40 Cheltenham
David Pipe is dangerous with a really progressive hurdler and SEXY LOT isn't one to be opposing in her bid for a hat-trick in Cheltenham's feature Citipost Mares' Handicap Hurdle.
The daughter of Camelot started out winning on soft and heavy ground in November and despite her progress plateauing slightly around the turn of the year, she's taken off again back on better ground with cheekpieces fitted lately.
She's unbeaten in the headgear now and seemed to win easily enough despite fluffing the last flight at Haydock earlier in the month, and the return to a stiffer course should help her shrug off another 5lb rise in the ratings. (Matt Brocklebank)
MASCAT - 4.00 Ripon
Laura Pearson looks a good booking for MASCAT in the Ripon Silver Bowl Handicap.
Ralph Beckett's charge shaped as if better for the run when midfield in the Spring Mile on his return and was kindly eased two pounds by the assessor.
That and Pearson's five-pound claim make of him interest here and he's drawn to track the pace. If he gets the split at the right time he should be in the shake-up. (David Ord)
BLOW YOUR HORN - 4.55 Newcastle
He's still a maiden but BLOW YOUR HORN's time may finally have come in the opening QuinnBet Handicap at Newcastle.
He shaped well when second to Aced It at Doncaster last time and a three-pounds rise won't stop him going close.
He's a strong traveller and Jamie Spencer looks a nice fit. He's also unexposed at this mile-and-a-half trip and is a big threat to favourite Top Fox. (David Ord)
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