David Ord heads to Beverley for his best Monday bet - and the selection runs in the finale at 9.00.
Sporting Life Daily Nap, July 22
NAP: Jan De Heem 6.00 Redcar
Next best: Rhigolter Rose 5.30 Redcar
Treble: Whinmoor 3.45 Redcar
Jan De Heem has been slowly coming to hand this season and looks primed to land the closing Go Racing In Yorkshire Future Stars Apprentice Handicap.
Sebastian Woods’ partner is a course and distance here and shaped well in a better race than this at York last time. He’s now only two pounds higher than when winning at the track back in September and can thwart Midnight Warrior who is chasing a third successive win in this race.
Newmarket raider Rhigolter Rose can land the Redcar Cricket Club Fillies’ Handicap.
Rhigolter Rose was most impressive in winning at Yarmouth last week and with the promise of plenty more to come from William Haggas' lightly-raced three-year-old, she is hard to oppose.
Whinmoor is in the form of his life right now and can complete a hat-trick in the Jack Coaches Handicap.
Nigel Tinkler’s charge struck here and at Carlisle last month and while 11 pounds higher than his last win, he is hard to oppose in his current mood.
Sporting Life Daily Nap, July 23
NAP: JOHN CAESAR 9.00 Beverley
Next best: Madame Bounty 7.10 Windsor
Treble: Axe Axelrod 1.30 Ayr
John Ceaser is twice a winner at Beverley and is fancied to go in again in the Racing Again Next Tuesday Handicap.
Rebecca Bastiman’s charge travelled strongly for much of the race over a mile-and-a-half last time before finding his stamina stretched inside the final furlong. He drops back to his optimum trip here from a three pound lower mark than his last winning one and Danny Tudhope retains the ride.
He ran well when fourth in a better race than this here in April from three pounds out of the handicap and is preferred to Bollin Joan who shapes as if she’ll soon be winning.
Ed Walker has his team in good form right now and Madame Bounty can land the Sky Bet Best Odds Guaranteed Handicap at Windsor.
She was back somewhere near her best at Newbury last time, finishing second to a progressive three-year-old in Dizzy G who has won since. She faces more exposed rivals here and from only a pound higher mark, makes plenty of appeal.
Axe Axelrod can make it second time lucky in the ayrgoldcup.co.uk Novice Stakes at the Scottish track.
Richard Fahey’s charge was all-the-rage in the market prior to his Hamilton debut but showed signs of greenness there and was never able to land a telling blow to experienced rival Howzer Black.
He went on to run well in Saturday’s Weatherbys Super Sprint and with that experience behind him, the selection is a confident shout to open his account in receipt of seven pounds from Ripon winner Kuwait Station.
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