14:30 Salisbury Tue 12 June 2018
Tagula colt who is a half-brother to three winners from 6f to 1m6f. Likely to need this first experience on the racecourse and looks one for later on.
Decent US pedigree and cost $65,000 as a yearling. Too green to do himself justice on debut at Lingfield in November and may need more time to mature.
Leroidesanimaux colt who cost 37,000 gns as a yearling and is a half-brother to a Listed winner over 1m. Weak in the market when well held on debut at Newmarket so others make more appeal.
Stepped up on fair Goodwood debut when third of 13 at Newmarket last August, despite being keen. Has an absence to overcome, but was going the right way when last seen and stable is showing signs of hitting form.
Sent off at long odds when well held on both starts over 7f at Kempton last year. Best watched on reappearance and handicaps may be more his thing.
Son of top sire Dubawi who is a brother to juvenile 7f winner Mootaharer and a half-brother to several winners including the top-class Muhaarar. Pleasing debut when second of 11 at Kempton and normal improvement should see him go close.
Showed improvement on debut run when fourth of 14 at Thirsk last month. Needs to step forward again to figure, but that is not impossible.
Swiss Spirit filly who cost only 3,000 gns as a foal, but is a half-sister to 5f winner Four Dragons. Never-dangerous sixth of 10 on only start at Windsor last year and has a bit to prove.
Last Year's Winner
Wufud (4/5), Kawasir (11/8), Power of Darkness (2/1), King's Slipper (8/1), Heidi (10/1), Culdrose (12/1), Roman Warrior (33/1), Back The Boreen (50/1), Daddy Tyrrell (66/1)
- Power of Darkness
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After nailing a 7/2 winner on Tuesday, David Ord looks to follow up with a nap selection at Salisbury on Wednesday afternoon.
Chris Wilson feels Sir Michael Stoute is the trainer to follow and he has a tip for every race in the UK and Ireland.
Ashley Iveson makes Incentive his best bet of the day at Ffos Las on Tuesday and he has a tip for every race in the UK.