Ffos Las Races & Results Tomform Wednesday 10th July 2024

There were 39 Races on Wednesday 10th July 2024 across 6 meetings. There was 6 races at Lingfield, 6 races at Yarmouth, 7 races at Fairyhouse, 6 races at Catterick, 8 races at Kempton, 6 races at Ffos Las, no doubt Tomform helped you find a winner.

Races & Results Wednesday 10th July 2024

The data in the racecards below is for the past year. View the racecard key.

17:15 Ffos Las Handicap (Class 6) 5f - 6 Run Class & Speed Card

Info Form Odds Key Rating Ability Rating Horse Pace Prediction A.I Rating Movement Class Runs LTO Speed Top Speed WSR TF Rating Course Going Distance Timespeed OR Tips Win % Place % Betfair Place % Weight Runs Age Comments
(1) Fidelius (9/4 -13%)
Fidelius

9/4(-13%)
(1) Fidelius 9/4, 2 wins from 5 runs this year. Found further improvement when taking 6-runner handicap at Wolverhampton (5.1f) 10 days ago by 2½ lengths from Smooth Silesie. 6 lb penalty to carry but holds strong follow-up claims nonetheless.
Two AW wins in last three runs; has a penalty back on turf but he's open to more progress.
1
1st (3) Horse Whisperer (4/1 +60%)
Horse Whisperer

4/1(+60%)
(3) Horse Whisperer 4/1, Latest win at Wolverhampton in April. 13/2, below-par ninth of 12 in handicap at Kempton (6f) 6 days ago. Claims on best form.
Dual winner (AW/turf) but she needs to bounce back after a tame effort last time.
2
2nd (2) Macanudo (9/4 +25%)
Macanudo

9/4(+25%)
(2) Macanudo 9/4, Returned to form when good second of 8 in handicap (9/2) at Newbury (5.2f, good) 6 days ago. Figures off a handy mark and must enter calculations.
Close second when dropped back to 5f at Haydock last week; player if he can back that up.
3
3rd (6) Smooth Silesie (9/1 +10%)
Smooth Silesie

9/1(+10%)
(6) Smooth Silesie 9/1, Latest win at Nottingham in May. Creditable 2½ lengths second of 6 to Fidelius in handicap (25/1) at Wolverhampton (5.1f) 10 days ago, no match for winner. More needed.
Won at Nottingham in May but has not matched that form in three runs since; down the list.
4
4th (5) Johnny Johnson (66/1 -843%)
Johnny Johnson

66/1(-843%)
(5) Johnny Johnson 66/1, Hooded for 1st time, bit below form fourth of 9 in handicap at Salisbury (7f, good, 6/1) 24 days ago. Back down in trip. Still looking for first success.
Ten-race maiden who has been well held in his last three runs; others are preferred.
5th
5th (4) Kingwood Queen (33/1 -1100%)
Kingwood Queen

33/1(-1100%)
(4) Kingwood Queen 33/1, Upped her game when opening account in 6-runner handicap at Bath (5.7f, firm, 15/2) 16 days ago, always holding on. 4 lb rise fair and should go well again.
Off the mark when making all at Bath and a 4lb rise looks fair; respected.
LTO Selection:hiden content, hiden content, hiden content, hiden content

17:15 Ffos Las Handicap (Class 6) 5f Race Class Flow

The chart reads from right to left to today's class 6 race.

Fidelius justified his place in the market when making every yard of the running at Wolverhampton last time and he should remain competitive, despite having a 6lb penalty back on turf. However, the vote goes to KINGWOOD QUEEN, who went in by a length on only her second handicap start last month and the handicapper may have been kind to put her up just 4lb for that triumph. Johnny Johnson is another to note under Oisin Murphy.

Clearly suited by the reapplication of headgear, MACANUDO posted his best effort for some time at Newbury last week and remains fairly treated. He can return to winning ways. Recent scorers Fidelius and Kingwood Queen are the obvious dangers.

Recent Bath winner KINGWOOD QUEEN is open to more progress in sprint handicaps and she gets the vote ahead of Fidelius.


17:50 Ffos Las Handicap (Class 6) 5f - 8 Run Class & Speed Card

Info Form Odds Key Rating Ability Rating Horse Pace Prediction A.I Rating Movement Class Runs LTO Speed Top Speed WSR TF Rating Course Going Distance Timespeed OR Tips Win % Place % Betfair Place % Weight Runs Age Comments
(8) Bonny Power (10/1 -11%)
Bonny Power

10/1(-11%)
(8) Bonny Power 10/1, Eleven runs since last win in 2023. Eighth of 9 in handicap at Les Landes (6f, good, 5/1) 26 days ago. Needs a revival.
On career-low mark but she's 1-20 and has been well held in Jersey the last twice.
1
1st (2) Bama Lama (15/2 -233%)
Bama Lama

15/2(-233%)
(2) Bama Lama 15/2, C&D winner. Latest win at Chepstow in June. 11/4, creditable second of 8 in handicap at Windsor (6f, good to firm) 16 days ago. Very likely to give it another good go back over 5f.
Form figures of 33132 since April and was only just caught at Windsor latest; key player.
2
2nd (6) Twayblade (11/2 +39%)
Twayblade

11/2(+39%)
(6) Twayblade 11/2, 10/1, creditable fourth of 8 in handicap at Nottingham (5f, good to firm) 13 days ago. Eased 2 lb and he should be in the mix.
On dangerous mark and he wasn't beaten far at Nottingham last time; in the mix.
3
3rd (7) Rhubarb (10/1 +0%)
Rhubarb

10/1(+0%)
(7) Rhubarb 10/1, Tongue strap tried again but fared no better when fourth of 6 in handicap at Chepstow (6.1f, good to firm, 11/2) 16 days ago. Is 2 lb below her last winning mark, at least.
Well treated on her two 5f wins last year but she needs to rediscover her spark.
4
4th (5) Redshore City (18/1 -29%)
Redshore City

18/1(-29%)
(5) Redshore City 18/1, One win from 23 Flat runs. 16/1, first run since leaving Miss Natalia Lupini when fifth of 7 in minor event at this course (6f, good) 14 days ago, slowly away. May not have the pace for 5f.
Record of 1-23 and he's not easy to predict; looks opposable back at this trip.
5th
5th (3) Papabella (10/1 -43%)
Papabella

10/1(-43%)
(3) Papabella 10/1, Still looking for first win and last of 10 in handicap at Bath (5.7f, good) 47 days ago. That was her reappearance and yard going much better now, so better definitely expected.
Inconsistent eight-race maiden who was last of ten on her Bath reappearance in May.
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6th (4) Brandy Station (25/1 -456%)
Brandy Station

25/1(-456%)
(4) Brandy Station 25/1, Doesn't run on turf that often but he's a multiple C&D winner, adding to tally on reappearance here 17 days ago. Had the run of the race on that occasion and more to do back in a handicap.
Landed a gamble with emphatic win over C&D on his return last month; respected up 6lb.
7th
7th (1) Some Nightmare (25/1 -651%)
Some Nightmare

25/1(-651%)
(1) Some Nightmare 25/1, C&D winner. Fifteen runs since last win in 2022. 5/1, respectable third of 7 in minor event at this course (6f, good) 14 days ago. Blinkers back on and he's been given every chance by the assessor.
On dangerous mark and was a fair third here (6f) last time; not ruled out back in trip.
LTO Selection:hiden content, hiden content, hiden content, hiden content

17:50 Ffos Las Handicap (Class 6) 5f Race Class Flow

The chart reads from right to left to today's class 6 race.

Brandy Station returned from a 257-day break to comfortably take a classified event over track and trip recently and it would be foolish to dismiss him on his return to the handicap ranks. However, BAMA LAMA has been really consistent of late, hitting the frame on each of her last five starts, and she can be rewarded for her fine form on this occasion. Some Nightmare is another to keep an eye on after his third over 6f here last time.

It might be worth siding with SOME NIGHTMARE, a previous C&D winner who normally contests stronger handicaps than this. Papabella represents a yard going much better now so she'll surely come on plenty for her low-key reappearance, with Bama Lama likely to give it another good shot.

Bama Lama is respected but preference is for BRANDY STATION, who made it 3-5 here with his emphatic win over C&D last month.


18:20 Ffos Las Handicap (Class 6) 14f - 9 Run Class & Speed Card

Info Form Odds Key Rating Ability Rating Horse Pace Prediction A.I Rating Movement Class Runs LTO Speed Top Speed WSR TF Rating Course Going Distance Timespeed OR Tips Win % Place % Betfair Place % Weight Runs Age Comments
(9) Miss Raindrop (28/1 +30%)
Miss Raindrop

28/1(+30%)
(9) Miss Raindrop 28/1, Seventh of 8 in minor event (150/1) at Newcastle (8f). Off 114 days. Significantly up in trip. First run for yard after leaving Tracy Waggott. Something to find on form.
13-race maiden who has yet to be placed; best watched on stable debut.
1
1st (2) Mujid (13/2 -44%)
Mujid

13/2(-44%)
(2) Mujid 13/2, Stepped up on reappearance when winning at Windsor in June. 5/1, respectable fourth of 10 in handicap at Windsor (8.1f, good to firm) 9 days ago, left poorly placed so needs treating as though still in form. Shapes as though worth a try over this trip.
Won at Windsor on his penultimate run and has claims if he copes with this new trip.
2
2nd (6) Hiccups (6/1 +50%)
Hiccups

6/1(+50%)
(6) Hiccups 6/1, 22/1 and cheekpieces on for first time, respectable third of 7 in handicap at Carlisle (11.2f, good to soft) 41 days ago. Up in trip. Has work to do.
Seven-race maiden who has not finished closer than 7l to a winner; opposable.
3
3rd (4) Anna Of Saxony (5/1 -11%)
Anna Of Saxony

5/1(-11%)
(4) Anna Of Saxony 5/1, Thrice-raced maiden. Ninth of 13 in maiden (250/1) at Kempton (11f) 28 days ago. Handicaps up in trip more suitable.
Unexposed handicap newcomer but she needs a transformation upped to this trip.
4
4th (8) Rita Rana (15/2 +17%)
Rita Rana

15/2(+17%)
(8) Rita Rana 15/2, Eighteen runs since sole win in 2022. 12/1, eighth of 10 in handicap at Beverley (9.9f, good to soft) 22 days ago. Significantly up in trip, which may well suit.
Overall record of 1-31 and she's not made an impact this season; down the list.
5th
5th (3) Baileys Warrior (40/1 -1500%)
Baileys Warrior

40/1(-1500%)
(3) Baileys Warrior 40/1, Finally off the mark at Lingfield in February. 9/2, creditable second of 10 in handicap at Wolverhampton (14f) 9 days ago. Has good chance on form from the same mark switched to turf with Murphy booked.
Clear second at Wolverhampton last week and she's a big player if she can repeat that form.
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6th (7) Triple Nickle (200/1 -3536%)
Triple Nickle

200/1(-3536%)
(7) Triple Nickle 200/1, Fourteen runs since last win in 2021. 4/1, respectable second of 6 in handicap hurdle at Hereford (19.7f, good to soft) 47 days ago. Career-low mark back on the level.
Runner-up over hurdles last twice and could be dangerous back in this sphere.
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7th (5) Sky Dancer (200/1 -506%)
Sky Dancer

200/1(-506%)
(5) Sky Dancer 200/1, 80/1, first run since leaving Matt Crawley when ninth of 10 in handicap at Chepstow (10f, good) 23 days ago, missing break. Significantly up in trip. Tough to assess at present.
Inconsistent maiden who was tailed off on her stable debut last month; others preferred.
8th
8th (1) Grifter (100/1 -2400%)
Grifter

100/1(-2400%)
(1) Grifter 100/1, Thirteen runs since sole success in 2022. 18/1, creditable fourth of 8 in handicap at Beverley (12.1f, good to firm) 15 days ago, slowly away. Step back up trip will help.
Record of 1-28 but he's run respectably in both runs this season and could be in the mix.
LTO Selection:hiden content, hiden content, hiden content, hiden content

18:20 Ffos Las Handicap (Class 6) 14f Race Class Flow

The chart reads from right to left to today's class 6 race.

BAILEYS WARRIOR finished clear of the third when filling the runner-up spot in this grade at Wolverhampton earlier in the month and she competes off the same mark here. The booking of Oisin Murphy catches the eye and she could prove hard to beat on her return to turf. Hiccups was third over 1m3f at Carlisle on his latest outing and he looks an interesting contender on his first attempt at this trip, while Mujid is another to take seriously.

BAILEYS WARRIOR hasn't raced on turf since 2021 but she arrives in excellent order and the booking of Oisin Murphy adds further lustre to her claims. Mujid is pretty reliable at this level, while Anna of Saxony could be the potential improver now handicapping up in trip.

Preference is for BAILEYS WARRIOR, who was a clear second at Wolverhampton last week and is a big player if she can repeat that form.


18:50 Ffos Las Handicap (Class 6) 10f - 11 Run Class & Speed Card

Info Form Odds Key Rating Ability Rating Horse Pace Prediction A.I Rating Movement Class Runs LTO Speed Top Speed WSR TF Rating Course Going Distance Timespeed OR Tips Win % Place % Betfair Place % Weight Runs Age Comments
(6) Dappled Light (4/1 +11%)
Dappled Light

4/1(+11%)
(6) Dappled Light 4/1, Career best when winning 5-runner minor event (8/11) at this course (8f, good) 14 days ago. Up in trip. Player.
Won a classified event here last time and this new trip is worth exploring; respected.
(9) Zambezi Magic (12/1 +14%)
Zambezi Magic

12/1(+14%)
(9) Zambezi Magic 12/1, C&D winner. 9/1, creditable third of 6 in handicap at this course (8f, good to soft) 17 days ago, very slowly away. Back up in trip.
Mark is tumbling but last win was in 2022 and was well held here last time.
1
1st (7) Jimmy Mark (3/1 +33%)
Jimmy Mark

3/1(+33%)
(7) Jimmy Mark 3/1, 7/2, career best when winning 6-runner handicap at this C&D (good) 14 days ago, holding on gamely. Can give a good account.
Comfortable win over C&D latest and was as good as ever with that success; shortlisted.
2
2nd (4) Change Of Fortune (4/1 +11%)
Change Of Fortune

4/1(+11%)
(4) Change Of Fortune 4/1, Remains a maiden after 18 Flat runs. Creditable fourth of 13 in handicap at Newbury (10f, good to firm, 16/1) 27 days ago.
0-18 but he ran well at Newbury last time and has claims if he can build on that.
3
3rd (5) City Escape (10/3 +17%)
City Escape

10/3(+17%)
(5) City Escape 10/3, C&D winner. Eleven runs since last win in 2023. 18/1, creditable third of 13 in handicap at Wolverhampton (9.5f) 10 days ago, nearest finish. Shortlist material.
Last two wins were gained over C&D and she went close on AW last time; big player.
4
4th (8) Private Bryan (100/1 -900%)
Private Bryan

100/1(-900%)
(8) Private Bryan 100/1, One win from 21 Flat runs. Winner at Kempton in January. Bit below form 5½ lengths third of 6 to Jimmy Mark in handicap (7/1) at this C&D (good) 14 days ago.
Won at Kempton in January but was well held behind Jimmy Mark over C&D on recent return.
5th
5th (2) Havana Goldrush (200/1 -1567%)
Havana Goldrush

200/1(-1567%)
(2) Havana Goldrush 200/1, 17/2, first run since leaving J. S. Moore when creditable fifth of 10 in handicap at Bath (8f, good) 25 days ago. Back up in trip.
Has not gone on since his Bath win in May and has form figures of 888 at this trip.
6th
6th (10) Alyara (400/1 -3900%)
Alyara

400/1(-3900%)
(10) Alyara 400/1, Course winner. Twenty one runs since last win in 2022. Very good second of 10 in minor event at Bath (10.2f, good to firm, 6/1) 7 days ago. Not taken lightly.
On long losing run but she went close at Bath last week; in the mix back in a handicap.
7th
7th (11) Gavin (100/1 -300%)
Gavin

100/1(-300%)
(11) Gavin 100/1, 7/1, tenth of 11 in handicap hurdle at Stratford (18.7f, good) 8 days ago, refusing to settle. Significantly down in trip. Modest on the Flat, poor on last Flat outing.
Out of sorts in last three hurdle runs and he's 0-13 on the Flat; opposable.
8th
8th (3) Mawada (300/1 -1400%)
Mawada

300/1(-1400%)
(3) Mawada 300/1, Ninth of 10 in handicap at Bath (8f, good, 14/1) 25 days ago. Up in trip. Hood back on.
Nine-race maiden who has struggled in handicaps and has plenty to prove at this new trip.
9th
9th (1) Out Of Sight (200/1 -2567%)
Out Of Sight

200/1(-2567%)
(1) Out Of Sight 200/1, 2/1, sixth of 7 in handicap at Nottingham (10.2f, heavy). Off 11 months.
Has been on the sidelines for 12 months and he's probably best watched on comeback.
LTO Selection:hiden content, hiden content, hiden content, hiden content

18:50 Ffos Las Handicap (Class 6) 10f Race Class Flow

The chart reads from right to left to today's class 6 race.

CITY ESCAPE recorded a double over this C&D last autumn and can race off a 6lb lower mark than when last successful. A recent third at Wolverhampton suggests a return to winning ways is imminent, and she's preferred to Jimmy Mark. The latter scored here a fortnight ago and should go well again despite a 4lb rise, while Dappled Light could also figure if staying this extra distance having won a classified race over a mile at this venue when last seen.

CITY ESCAPE went close off this mark at Wolverhampton recently and looks ready to strike with Oisin Murphy an eye-catching booking. Alyara bounced back to form returned to this trip when just denied at Bath last week and is next best ahead of recent course winners Dappled Light and Jimmy Mark.

The vote goes to CITY ESCAPE (nap), who went close at Wolverhampton ten days ago and now returns to the scene of her last two wins.


19:20 Ffos Las Maiden (Class 5) 8f - 15 Run Class & Speed Card

Info Form Odds Key Rating Ability Rating Horse Pace Prediction A.I Rating Movement Class Runs LTO Speed Top Speed WSR TF Rating Course Going Distance Timespeed OR Tips Win % Place % Betfair Place % Weight Runs Age Comments
(2) Amphius (8/15 -6%)
Amphius

8/15(-6%)
(2) Amphius 8/15, Promising type. 3/1, second of 11 in minor event at Doncaster (8f, good) 40 days ago, slowly away. Likely more to come and is the one to beat.
Sets high standard on his close second at Doncaster and he should be hard to beat.
(4) Hannasboy (125/1 -25%)
Hannasboy

125/1(-25%)
(4) Hannasboy 125/1, Once-raced gelding. 250/1, eleventh of 13 in maiden at Leicester (8.2f, good to soft) on debut 36 days ago.
250-1 for his Leicester debut (1m, good to soft) last month and he finished tailed off.
(1) King's Conquest (150/1 -50%)
King's Conquest

150/1(-50%)
(1) King's Conquest 150/1, Twice-raced gelding. Hooded for 1st time, last of 8 in minor event at Kempton (6f, 150/1) 84 days ago. Significantly up in trip. Hard to fancy.
Finished a tailed-off last in his two runs at Kempton (6f/7f) this year.
1
1st (11) Arolla (11/8 +72%)
Arolla

11/8(+72%)
(11) Arolla 11/8, Kingman filly. Closely related to 6f winner Silvretta. Dam, winner up to 1m (2-y-o 7f winner), half-sister to smart winner up to 1m Special Duty. Wears hood. Oisin Murphy booked and must enter calculations on racecourse bow.
Well-bred stablemate of Amphius and interesting to see how she figures in market.
2
2nd (14) Groovy Baby (25/1 -150%)
Groovy Baby

25/1(-150%)
(14) Groovy Baby 25/1, Twice-raced filly. Hooded for 1st time, twelfth of 16 in minor event at Chelmsford City (8f, 8/1) 48 days ago, merely passing beaten rivals. Will likely be seen in better light when sent handicapping.
Promising second on Chelmsford debut but was disappointing there on her return in May.
3
3rd (7) Prophet's Path (50/1 -52%)
Prophet's Path

50/1(-52%)
(7) Prophet's Path 50/1, Once-raced gelding. Ninth of 14 in minor event at Newmarket (8f, good to firm, 80/1) on debut 18 days ago. Improvement required.
Made a low-key start at Newmarket (1m) last month and needs to leave that form well behind.
4
4th (10) Sugar Road (66/1 -915%)
Sugar Road

66/1(-915%)
(10) Sugar Road 66/1, 110,000 gns foal, 160,000 gns yearling, Masar colt. Half-brother to several winners, including 1m/9f winner Golden Syrup, 1¼m winner Maybelater and 1½m-16.3f winner Mancini, all useful. Dam ran twice. Makes appeal on paper.
160,000gns yearling; interesting newcomer and he needs watching in market.
5th
5th (12) Blue Jade (80/1 -1131%)
Blue Jade

80/1(-1131%)
(12) Blue Jade 80/1, Mehmas filly. Dam 1¼m winner out of useful winner up to 1m (2-y-o 6f winner) Festivale. Interesting newcomer.
Yard 27% in maidens this season and she needs watching in market on debut.
6th
6th (6) Man Of Desert (28/1 +15%)
Man Of Desert

28/1(+15%)
(6) Man Of Desert 28/1, Study of Man colt. Half-brother to several winners, including Epsom Derby winner Desert Crown and useful winner up to 7f Archie McKellar. Dam 1m winner.
Plenty to like on paper but yard 0-25 in maidens in recent years.
7th
7th (9) Seeking Charles (350/1 -430%)
Seeking Charles

350/1(-430%)
(9) Seeking Charles 350/1, Olympic Glory gelding. Half-brother to 3 winners, including French winner up to 12.5f Seeking Dickens and 9.5f-1¾m winner Lord Torranaga.
Has plenty of stamina in pedigree and he could be a longer-term prospect.
8th
8th (3) Didaar (350/1 -2088%)
Didaar

350/1(-2088%)
(3) Didaar 350/1, 120,000 gns yearling, No Nay Never colt. Dam unraced half-sister to smart 1¼m-1½m winner Ruscello. Wears hood. Market check advised on debut.
Has a striking pedigree but hood is applied on debut and this looks a tough assignment.
9th
9th (15) Reaching The Moon (350/1 -250%)
Reaching The Moon

350/1(-250%)
(15) Reaching The Moon 350/1, Once-raced filly. 150/1, last of 13 in maiden at Kempton (11f) on debut 28 days ago, lost all chance at start. Down in trip. Likely to need further experience.
Virtually refused to race and was beaten a long way on recent Kempton (150-1) debut.
10th
10th (8) Run Of Luck (450/1 -350%)
Run Of Luck

450/1(-350%)
(8) Run Of Luck 450/1, Once-raced gelding. 100/1, twelfth of 13 in minor event at Wolverhampton (9.5f) on debut 10 days ago. Looks a longer-term project.
100-1 for recent Wolverhampton debut and he didn't show much.
11th
11th (5) Makemineaguinness (350/1 -250%)
Makemineaguinness

350/1(-250%)
(5) Makemineaguinness 350/1, Once-raced gelding. Last of 11 in maiden (50/1) at Wolverhampton (7.2f) on debut 20 days ago, very slowly away.
Missed the break and was always behind when a tailed-off last of 11 at Wolverhampton (7f).
12th
12th (13) Dontrocktheboat (300/1 -200%)
Dontrocktheboat

300/1(-200%)
(13) Dontrocktheboat 300/1, Once-raced filly. Last of 6 in maiden at Bath (8f, good to firm, 50/1) on debut 7 days ago. Best watched.
Outsider for her Bath debut (1m, firm) last week and she finished a tailed-off last of six.
LTO Selection:hiden content, hiden content, hiden content,

19:20 Ffos Las Maiden (Class 5) 8f Race Class Flow

The chart reads from right to left to today's class 5 race.

AMPHIUS stands out on his second at Doncaster in May, where Harry Charlton's colt found only Indelible, a subsequent runner-up in Listed company, too good and that looks strong form in this context. Prophet's Path made a moderate debut at Newmarket but improvement is expected from him, while the likes of Sugar Road, Blue Jade and the selection's stable companion Arolla are all newcomers to note.

AMPHIUS backed up his encouraging debut effort with a good second at Doncaster in May and remains with potential. He can get off the mark. The main danger may come from one of the newcomers, with Arolla and Blue Jade of particular interest.

Harry Charlton's AMPHIUS sets a high standard on his close second at Doncaster in May and should be hard to beat.


19:50 Ffos Las Handicap (Class 5) 8f - 5 Run Class & Speed Card

Info Form Odds Key Rating Ability Rating Horse Pace Prediction A.I Rating Movement Class Runs LTO Speed Top Speed WSR TF Rating Course Going Distance Timespeed OR Tips Win % Place % Betfair Place % Weight Runs Age Comments
1
1st (3) Imperial Express (10/3 +17%)
Imperial Express

10/3(+17%)
(3) Imperial Express 10/3, 9/1, good third of 7 in handicap at Sandown (8f, soft) 25 days ago. Needs considering down in class.
Seven-race maiden; drops in grade off a sliding mark but she needs to raise her game.
2
2nd (2) King's Scholar (33/1 -725%)
King's Scholar

33/1(-725%)
(2) King's Scholar 33/1, Thrice-raced maiden. 5/2, fifth of 13 in maiden at Leicester (8.2f, good to soft) 36 days ago. Makes handicap debut.
Disappointing at Leicester last time and he needs to kick on again on this handicap debut.
3
3rd (1) Worrals (350/1 -15456%)
Worrals

350/1(-15456%)
(1) Worrals 350/1, Lightly-raced winner. Winner at Goodwood in May. Good second of 8 in handicap at Lingfield (10f, AW, 16/5) 20 days ago although went with little fluency. Back in trip.
Goodwood winner who chased home a handicap blot on AW last time; respected.
4
4th (4) Calm Waters (100/1 -3536%)
Calm Waters

100/1(-3536%)
(4) Calm Waters 100/1, 2 wins from 4 runs this year. 11/2 and cheekpieces on for 1st time, career best when winning 7-runner handicap at this C&D (good) 14 days ago, comfortably on top at the line. Must be respected.
Made it 2-4 in handicaps with a comfortable success over C&D last month; big player again.
5th
5th (5) Cogsworth (350/1 -6264%)
Cogsworth

350/1(-6264%)
(5) Cogsworth 350/1, Latest win at Brighton in May. Fourth of 6 in handicap at Brighton (7f, good to firm, 5/2) 8 days ago. One to consider.
Held in hat-trick bid latest but this new trip looks worth exploring; not ruled out.
LTO Selection:hiden content, hiden content, hiden content, hiden content

19:50 Ffos Las Handicap (Class 5) 8f Race Class Flow

The chart reads from right to left to today's class 5 race.

WORRALS finished second when upped to 1m2f at Lingfield, but failed to threaten winner on that occasion and Ralph Beckett's filly will appreciate this return to a mile. Calm Waters has won two of her last three starts, having scored over C&D a fortnight ago, and she can make her presence felt once again despite a further 5lb rise. King's Scholar is worth noting on his handicap bow, but both Cogsworth and Imperial Express have something to prove off their current marks.

All 5 need considering with IMPERIAL EXPRESS shading the vote down in class. Calm Waters resumed winning ways with a bit in hand over C&D 2 weeks ago and is next best.

Top of the list is CALM WATERS, who made it 2-4 in handicaps with her comfortable success over C&D two weeks ago.


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This is the 16:15 Kempton race from the video above backed at 28/1 earlier in the day.


About U.K Horse Racing

Horse racing is a popular and historic sport in the UK, with a tradition dating back centuries. It is a multi-billion pound industry that attracts millions of spectators each year and generates significant economic activity.

There are two main types of horse racing in the UK: flat racing and jump racing. Flat racing is run on a level course and is typically shorter in distance, while jump racing involves horses jumping over obstacles and is generally longer in distance. Both types of racing are popular with spectators and bettors, and they take place at various racetracks throughout the country.

The most famous horse racing event in the UK is the Grand National, which is held annually at Aintree Racecourse in Liverpool. It is a jump racing event that is known for its challenging course and has become a national institution in the UK. Other notable horse racing events in the UK include the Derby, held at Epsom Downs Racecourse in Surrey, and the Royal Ascot, held at Ascot Racecourse in Berkshire.

Horse racing in the UK is regulated by the British Horseracing Authority (BHA), which sets rules and standards for the industry. It is responsible for the welfare of racehorses and the safety of jockeys and trainers, as well as ensuring fair and transparent racing practices.

In addition to its economic and cultural importance, horse racing in the UK also plays a significant role in the breeding and training of thoroughbred horses. Many of the world's top thoroughbreds are bred and trained in the UK, and the industry plays a vital role in the preservation and promotion of the breed.

Overall, horse racing is an integral part of British culture and a major contributor to the country's economy. It is a thrilling and exciting sport that continues to attract a loyal following and generate significant interest from spectators and bettors around the world.


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