Yarmouth 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.

14:40 Yarmouth Handicap (Class 6) 8f - 12 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
(7) United Force (4/1 +0%)
United Force

4/1(+0%)
(7) United Force 4/1, Fourteen runs since last win in 2023. 16/1, good second of 6 in handicap at this C&D (good to firm) 12 days ago. Very much one to consider.
Good runs on AW this year and produced another when just missing out over C&D 12 days ago.
(1) Spanish Mane (12/1 -71%)
Spanish Mane

12/1(-71%)
(1) Spanish Mane 12/1, C&D winner. Fourth of 15 in handicap (16/1) at Lingfield (7f, good to firm) 32 days ago, not ideally placed. Needs to back it up.
Trip/ground fine and got back on track with a good fourth of 15 at Lingfield.
(11) Premiership (15/2 -25%)
Premiership

15/2(-25%)
(11) Premiership 15/2, 8/1 and blinkered for 1st time, creditable third of 13 in handicap at Pontefract (8f, good) 9 days ago, suited by way race developed. Can give a good account.
Handles good to soft but hasn't performed well when it's been softer; third last time.
(4) Bedford House (18/1 -80%)
Bedford House

18/1(-80%)
(4) Bedford House 18/1, Thrice-raced maiden. 300/1, first run since leaving Alex Hales when eighth of 11 in minor event at Wolverhampton (8.6f). Off 16 months and needs to hit the ground running on his handicap debut.
Poor so far and lots to prove on handicap debut on the back of a long absence.
1
1st (10) Kodebreaker (7/2 +36%)
Kodebreaker

7/2(+36%)
(10) Kodebreaker 7/2, Thirty two runs since last win in 2023. Respectable seventh of 13 in handicap (9/1) at Redcar (8f, good to firm) 18 days ago. Can't be discounted.
Ran moderately last time but had been in good form, including a narrow defeat here.
2
2nd (9) Top Button (9/2 +10%)
Top Button

9/2(+10%)
(9) Top Button 9/2, Good second of 11 in minor event at Lingfield (7f, good to firm, 6/1) 20 days ago, finishing well. Needs considering. Engaged Brighton 7.25 Tuesday.
He was a well-held fifth at Brighton on Tuesday when the return to 1m should have helped.
3
3rd (2) Twilight Guest (11/2 +61%)
Twilight Guest

11/2(+61%)
(2) Twilight Guest 11/2, Remains a maiden after 20 Flat runs. Last of 6 in handicap at Brighton (9.9f, good to firm, 11/2) 37 days ago. Enters calculations at these weights though if back n his A-game.
Last of six at Brighton most recently and record now stands at 0-20.
4
4th (8) Warrior Square (8/1 -45%)
Warrior Square

8/1(-45%)
(8) Warrior Square 8/1, 2 wins from 6 runs this year. Latest win at Southwell in March. Good second of 13 in handicap at Wolverhampton (9.5f, 25/1) 10 days ago. Player off an unchanged mark.
Major player on his AW exploits but he's yet to look remotely as effective on turf.
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5th (6) Love Is A Rose (18/1 +28%)
Love Is A Rose

18/1(+28%)
(6) Love Is A Rose 18/1, 10/1, seventh of 8 in handicap at Leicester (8.2f, good to firm) 13 days ago. Others more persuasive.
Lightly raced but safely held in her first three handicaps and improvement is needed.
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6th (3) Sir Laurence Graff (18/1 +45%)
Sir Laurence Graff

18/1(+45%)
(3) Sir Laurence Graff 18/1, 33/1, last of 10 in handicap at Bath (10.2f, good) 33 days ago. Back down in trip with work to do.
Missed nine months after leaving the Gosden yard and he's looking seriously regressive.
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7th (5) Macho Sun (13/2 +54%)
Macho Sun

13/2(+54%)
(5) Macho Sun 13/2, 17/2 and blinkered for 1st time, tenth of 13 in handicap at Leicester (10f, good) 60 days ago. Tongue strap on 1st time with more required.
He's a 14-race maiden who hasn't run a race of note this season; now tongue tied.
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8th (12) Baby Lionheart (70/1 -400%)
Baby Lionheart

70/1(-400%)
(12) Baby Lionheart 70/1, Thrice-raced maiden. 125/1, last of 10 in minor event at Lingfield (7.6f, good) 30 days ago. Makes handicap debut with more required.
5yo with just three runs behind him and has beaten only one rival; 11lb out of the weights.
LTO Selection:hiden content, hiden content, hiden content, hiden content

14:40 Yarmouth Handicap (Class 6) 8f Race Class Flow

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

UNITED FORCE has tumbled down the handicap since winning at Leicester last year. It was soft going on that occasion, so the ground looks to have turned in his favour here, and a good effort over C&D last time points to a big run from Clare Hobson's charge. Premiership placed at Pontefract when last seen and is not out of this, while Spanish Mane has won off higher marks in the past and can go well despite carrying top weight.

WARRIOR SQUARE is enjoying a good season and fancied to bag win number three racing off the same mark here as when a good recent Wolverhampton second. United Force is on a long losing run but could emerge as the chief threat on the back of his good C&D second. Kodebreaker appeals as the pick of the rest for minor honours.

Sean D Bowen got a tune out of UNITED FORCE (nap) when they just missed out here recently and he can claim his 5lb this time.


15:10 Yarmouth Stakes (Class 5) 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
(1) Facoulty (11/1 -83%)
Facoulty

11/1(-83%)
(1) Facoulty 11/1, 16/1, proved very green when eighth of 11 in maiden at Nottingham (5f, good) on debut 5 weeks ago. Could well leave that effort behind.
Beaten 12l into eighth at Nottingham, albeit behind the Queen Mary winner.
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1st (3) Blue Zodiac (3/1 -71%)
Blue Zodiac

3/1(-71%)
(3) Blue Zodiac 3/1, Much better than the bare result when sixth of 14 in maiden at this course (6f, good to firm, 6/1) on debut 12 days ago, faltering when headed final 1f. Surely capable of better.
Only sixth on debut here over 6f but was clear at one stage and has ability.
2
2nd (5) Hettie Jack (5/6 +45%)
Hettie Jack

5/6(+45%)
(5) Hettie Jack 5/6, Won seller at Goodwood in June. 9/4, progressed again despite travelling in stark contrast when second of 3 in minor event at Ffos Las (5f, good) 17 days ago, edged out close home. Can regain the winning thread.
Won a seller and then pushed a respected rival close on good to soft at Ffos Las.
3
3rd (2) Moostar (11/2 +0%)
Moostar

11/2(+0%)
(2) Moostar 11/2, Still green but again showed a bit of ability when seventh of 13 in maiden (12/1) at Goodwood (6f, good) 26 days ago, slowly away.
Fair start but needs to step up and probably one for nurseries.
4
4th (4) Fly Liberty Fly (12/1 +40%)
Fly Liberty Fly

12/1(+40%)
(4) Fly Liberty Fly 12/1, 12/1, went backwards from debut when fifth of 6 in minor event at Nottingham (6.1f, good) just under 4 weeks ago.
Ran to a modest level on debut and was certainly no better at Nottingham.
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5th (7) Ruby Rascal (66/1 -32%)
Ruby Rascal

66/1(-32%)
(7) Ruby Rascal 66/1, Sent off huges prices and finished mid-field in a couple of maidens. Looks to be being brought along gradually with longer trips/handicaps in mind.
Another runner who has made a quiet start (over 5f) and low-level handicaps are the future.
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6th (8) Shadow On The Hill (18/1 -29%)
Shadow On The Hill

18/1(-29%)
(8) Shadow On The Hill 18/1, Foaled April 11. Due Diligence filly. Half-sister to 3 winners, including 6f-9f winner Day Shadow and 2-y-o 7f winner Best Secret, both in Italy. Dam, placed at 5f/6f, half-sister to smart winner up to 1m Above N Beyond.
Well related but likely best watched as the only newcomer in the field.
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7th (6) Miss Campanella (125/1 +17%)
Miss Campanella

125/1(+17%)
(6) Miss Campanella 125/1, FInished tailed-off last in maiden/minor event.
Tailed off in 5f races at Wolverhampton and Bath (good to soft); brings no form claims.
LTO Selection:hiden content, hiden content, hiden content, hiden content

15:10 Yarmouth Stakes (Class 5) 5f Race Class Flow

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

HETTIE JACK escapes a penalty for winning a seller at Goodwood last month and has subsequently gone close on slow ground at Ffos Las. She may prove to be the one to side with based on that evidence. Blue Zodiac showed bags of early pace over 6f here on debut, so this shorter distance is expected to suit the Kodiac filly and she can figure if handling the underfoot conditions. Fly Liberty Fly ran well on soft going at Redcar on her introduction and makes most appeal of the rest.

HETTIE JACK went down narrowly at Ffos Las last month and Geroge Scott's filly has seemingly been found a good opportunity to double her tally. She can get the better of Blue Zodiac, who shaped much better than the bare result when sixth here on debut 12 days ago and is sure to have more to offer. Facoulty, who was very green on debut, can edge out Moostar for third spot.

Hettie Jack sets the standard but BLUE ZODIAC showed lots of speed here over 6f and this sharper test should be beneficial.


15:40 Yarmouth Handicap (Class 6) 10f - 12 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 (6) Beach Point (7/1 +13%)
Beach Point

7/1(+13%)
(6) Beach Point 7/1, Winner at Doncaster in May. Visored for 1st time, only fifth of 7 in handicap at Lingfield (8f, AW, 9/2) 11 days ago. Up in trip. Cheekpieces on 1st time now.
Cheekpieces might suit him and he remains on a competitive mark; unraced beyond 1m1f.
2
2nd (7) Dibble Dabble (16/1 -167%)
Dibble Dabble

16/1(-167%)
(7) Dibble Dabble 16/1, 2 wins from 6 runs this year. Latest win at Leicester in June. Creditable third of 6 in handicap (13/8) at Leicester (10f, good to firm) 13 days ago. Can make presence felt.
Looked good at Leicester and quickening conditions perhaps against her last time.
3
3rd (11) Meet Me In Meraki (18/1 -227%)
Meet Me In Meraki

18/1(-227%)
(11) Meet Me In Meraki 18/1, Winner at Bath in May. Creditable third of 11 in handicap (6/1) at Bath (8f, good) 25 days ago. Up in trip. Merits consideration.
Solid form over 1m this season and promises to stay this far now he settles better.
4
4th (1) Fillyfudge (33/1 -230%)
Fillyfudge

33/1(-230%)
(1) Fillyfudge 33/1, Scored at Chelmsford City in February but off 4 months before only eighth of 10 in handicap at Nottingham (10.2f, good, 20/1) 21 days ago. Visor on 1st time and not ruled out, especially given he took this 12 months ago.
Won this last year when 8lb lower and doubled her tally on the AW in February; visor added.
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5th (4) Stintino Sunset (16/1 -357%)
Stintino Sunset

16/1(-357%)
(4) Stintino Sunset 16/1, Good second of 11 in handicap at Nottingham (10.2f, good, 4/1) 27 days ago, especially as not ideally placed. Expected to be bang there nudged up just 1 lb.
Dual 1m2f winner and perhaps a tad unfortunate last time at Nottingham.
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6th (9) Eljaytee (33/1 -450%)
Eljaytee

33/1(-450%)
(9) Eljaytee 33/1, C&D winner. Latest win at Brighton in May. 16/1, respectable third of 7 in handicap at this course (11.5f, good to soft) 28 days ago. Ought to be thereabouts.
It was a fair race for the grade in which he ran third over further here recently.
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7th (3) Fougere (20/1 -208%)
Fougere

20/1(-208%)
(3) Fougere 20/1, Below-par fifth of 7 in handicap (13/2) at Kempton (11f) 28 days ago. Can give a good account if back on her A-game.
AW perhaps not for her; went close on final turf start and soft ground holds no terrors.
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8th (8) Trackman (50/1 -614%)
Trackman

50/1(-614%)
(8) Trackman 50/1, Good second of 11 in minor event (17/2) at Wolverhampton (9.5f) 20 days ago, left with too much to do. Cheekpieces on 1st time. Very much one to consider.
0-8 but has hinted at winning potential, including last time in a classified race.
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9th (2) Summer Gale (350/1 -775%)
Summer Gale

350/1(-775%)
(2) Summer Gale 350/1, Lightly-raced maiden on Flat. 66/1, last of 9 in handicap at Salisbury (14.2f, heavy) 66 days ago. Down in trip.
Pulled up over hurdles on stable debut and then tailed off back on the Flat (1m6f, heavy).
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10th (12) Jaunty Dancer (100/1 -150%)
Jaunty Dancer

100/1(-150%)
(12) Jaunty Dancer 100/1, 200/1, sixth of 11 in minor event at Wolverhampton (9.5f) 20 days ago. Lots more needed if she's to gain her breakthrough success.
Seven-race maiden whose mark has bottomed out; hard to fancy.
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11th (5) Daring Greatly (100/1 -400%)
Daring Greatly

100/1(-400%)
(5) Daring Greatly 100/1, Lightly-raced maiden. 14/1 and tongue strap on for 1st time, seventh of 8 in handicap at Newmarket (8f, good to firm) 18 days ago. Back up in trip. Needs a couple of these to falter.
No better for the tongue-tie when beating one home at Newmarket last time (1m).
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12th (10) Namrud (66/1 -560%)
Namrud

66/1(-560%)
(10) Namrud 66/1, Thrice-raced maiden. 200/1, last of 10 in minor event at Kempton (8f). Off 6 months. Up in trip. Tongue strap on 1st time. Makes handicap debut. Needs to take a big step forward.
Handicaps were always going to be more like it and a tongue-tie is added; off since Jan.
LTO Selection:hiden content, hiden content, hiden content, hiden content

15:40 Yarmouth Handicap (Class 6) 10f Race Class Flow

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

STINTINO SUNSET was beaten only a neck at Nottingham recently and another bold bid is expected from the four-year-old given that she's perfectly at home on soft going. Dibble Dabble arrives in fine fettle having won at Leicester before placing at the same track, while it was soft underfoot when Eljaytee finished third here a month ago and he's not out of this. Fillyfudge won a division of this race last year but that was on fast going off an 8lb lower mark.

STINTINO SUNSET signalled she's ready to gain a first success of 2024 when a very good Nottingham second last time out so gets the vote in this competitive handicap. Trackman heads the list of dangers on the back of his good Wolverhampton second, with in-form Dibble Dabble and last year's winner Fillyfudge also well in the mix.

A few with chances in this low-grade handicap and top of the list is DIBBLE DABBLE who will appreciate this return to softer ground.


16:10 Yarmouth Handicap (Class 5) 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
1st (4) Level Up (9/4 +75%)
Level Up

9/4(+75%)
(4) Level Up 9/4, C&D winner. Fifth of 8 in handicap (14/1) at Haydock (5f, good) 6 days ago. Visor back on.
Close third at Windsor (5f; apprentice rider dropped whip) on penultimate start; player.
2
2nd (1) Accrual (4/1 -264%)
Accrual

4/1(-264%)
(1) Accrual 4/1, Promising type, winning 5f novices at Bath and Wolverhampton in recent weeks. Will be hard to beat under a penalty on handicap debut.
Carries 6lb extra for last week's Wolverhampton win (5f); soft ground a slight risk-factor.
3
3rd (2) Angle Land (10/3 +17%)
Angle Land

10/3(+17%)
(2) Angle Land 10/3, Won 7-runner C&D handicap (good to firm) 12 days ago, just holding on. Should remain competitive after only a 2 lb nudge.
All out over C&D (good to firm) a fortnight ago; handles soft; chance from 2lb higher.
4
4th (5) Watermelon Sugar (66/1 -313%)
Watermelon Sugar

66/1(-313%)
(5) Watermelon Sugar 66/1, Five wins from 18 starts. Latest win at Lingfield (6f) in April. Only seventh of 8 over 6f here since, though.
Rediscovered winning ways at Lingfield (6f AW) in April; poor next time; others preferred.
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5th (3) Agostino (4/1 +27%)
Agostino

4/1(+27%)
(3) Agostino 4/1, Latest win at Chelmsford in April. Second of 6 in handicap (13/2) at Lingfield (5f, good to firm) 20 days ago.
Turf maiden (0-10); was reeled in late at Lingfield (5f, good; 13-2) three-weeks ago.
LTO Selection:hiden content, hiden content, hiden content, hiden content

16:10 Yarmouth Handicap (Class 5) 5f Race Class Flow

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

ACCRUAL brings plenty of potential to handicaps after fairly bolting up over 5f at Wolverhampton earlier this month, and he gets the nod to give weight and a beating to his rivals on his debut in this sphere. Angle Land impressed with the way in which she went about her business when scoring gamely over C&D recently, and she merits the utmost respect upped 2lb. Watermelon Sugar is also noted.

ACCRUAL looks useful and should be up to giving the weight away to older and more exposed rivals. Agostino showed he's as good on turf as AW when second at Lingfield last time and can give the selection most to think about.

A tricky contest. Soft ground is a risk-factor for Accrual, so it could be worth chancing the attractively weighted LEVEL UP.


16:40 Yarmouth Maiden (Class 5) 8f - 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
1
1st (7) Kinako Mochi (10/3 +17%)
Kinako Mochi

10/3(+17%)
(7) Kinako Mochi 10/3, Promise when runner-up on AW 9 months apart. Off a further 5 months. Has a hood added. Remains capable of better.
Had a while on the sidelines and returns in a hood, but her form is right up there.
2
2nd (2) Climate Action (12/1 +0%)
Climate Action

12/1(+0%)
(2) Climate Action 12/1, Fair form when runner-up on both outings at 2. Disappointing last of 8 on Ascot return at the beginning of May and given time since.
Twice second last year but she trailed home last back at Ascot on her reappearance.
3
3rd (1) Charlotte's Web (10/1 -54%)
Charlotte's Web

10/1(-54%)
(1) Charlotte's Web 10/1, Night of Thunder filly. Dam, placed at 1m-9.5f (including at 2 yrs) in France, half-sister to useful winner up to 10.5f Luminate. A newcomer to note in the betting.
First foal of a maiden half-sister to Group 3 winner Luminate.
4
4th (6) Imitate (33/1 -340%)
Imitate

33/1(-340%)
(6) Imitate 33/1, Twice-raced filly. Sixth of 11 in maiden (4/1) at Bath (1m, good) on reappearance 56 days ago, not knocked about. Open to progress.
Well-related filly but hasn't looked anything special in her first two races.
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5th (9) Prevail (100/1 -400%)
Prevail

100/1(-400%)
(9) Prevail 100/1, Ulysses filly. Dam, winner up to 10.2f (2-y-o 7f-1m winner), half-sister to very smart 6f winner Golden Horde. Imitate looks the yard first string on jockey bookings but the betting should provide more clues.
Filly by Ulysses and the first foal of a 7f-1m2f scorer (including Listed).
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6th (8) Morrophore (66/1 -3411%)
Morrophore

66/1(-3411%)
(8) Morrophore 66/1, Highly promising type. 11/1, third of 8 in minor event at Newmarket (1m, good to firm) on debut 12 days ago, nearest finish. Open to considerable improvement.
Weak in the betting but flew home for third on Newmarket debut 12 days ago.
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7th (11) Tianita (100/1 -1011%)
Tianita

100/1(-1011%)
(11) Tianita 100/1, Twice-raced filly. Stepped up on debut when fourth of 13 in maiden at this course (7f, good to soft, 33/1) 28 days ago, keeping on as if this return to 1m will suit. Capable of better again.
Showed more second time out when keeping on to be beaten under 3l here over 7f.
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8th (5) Go Wild (150/1 -127%)
Go Wild

150/1(-127%)
(5) Go Wild 150/1, 3,200 gns Zoffany filly. Dam 7f winner (including at 2 yrs) out of winning half-sister to 2-y-o 7f winner History Note and 1m winner Stepwise (both useful). Likely best watched on debut.
3,200gns yearling; second foal; dam Group-placed 7f winner (RPR 104); trainer-owned.
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9th (10) Supreme Beauty (250/1 -525%)
Supreme Beauty

250/1(-525%)
(10) Supreme Beauty 250/1, Twice-raced filly. 5/1, first run since leaving James Horton when sixth of 8 in novice at Newmarket (1m, good to firm) 12 days ago.
Free to post and never figured when behind Morrophore at Newmarket recently.
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10th (4) Etmaari (100/1 -1900%)
Etmaari

100/1(-1900%)
(4) Etmaari 100/1, Dubawi filly. Sister to useful 2-y-o 7f winner Daneh and half-sister to useful 2-y-o 1m winner Latest Generation. Makes plenty of paper appeal for his top yard.
Third foal; sister to Group-placed 7f AW 2yo winner Daneh (RPR 101).
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11th (3) Ephyra (100/1 -400%)
Ephyra

100/1(-400%)
(3) Ephyra 100/1, 50/1 fifth of 10 in maiden at Newbury (7f, good to soft, 50/1) on debut. last July. Tongue tie added on rather belated return. Open to improvement.
Off since Newbury debut a year ago and that wasn't devoid of promise.
LTO Selection:hiden content, hiden content, hiden content, hiden content

16:40 Yarmouth Maiden (Class 5) 8f Race Class Flow

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

MORROPHORE made an eye-catching start when finishing third on her debut over a mile at Newmarket last month, running green before staying on strongly when the penny dropped. With that experience under her belt, she is the one to side with for her in-form stable. Kinako Mochi has shown enough on her two starts so far to suggest that she can play a hand in a race of this nature and she merits the utmost respect donning a hood for the first time. The well-bred Imitate retains plenty of potential and shouldn't be underestimated.

MORROPHORE has the potential for significant improvement on the back of an encouraging Newmarket debut at the end of June and looks the one to beat. Kinako Mochi may not be the easiest to train judged on the gaps between her races but she's shown plenty of promise on AW and could be the one to give the selection most to do ahead of Tianita. Etmaari and Charlotte's Web are newcomers to monitor closely in the betting.

Preference is for MORROPHORE who smacked of a surefire future winner on her recent debut at Newmarket.


17:10 Yarmouth Handicap (Class 6) 7f - 12 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) Zaman Daar (8/1 +20%)
Zaman Daar

8/1(+20%)
(9) Zaman Daar 8/1, Winner at Windsor in June. 11/2 and hooded for 1st time, respectable sixth of 11 in handicap at Ripon (6f, good) 2 days ago, slowly away. Others more persuasive.
Comfortably held at Ripon on Monday (6f) and 7f has appeared to stretch him in the past.
1
1st (6) Glam Squad (4/1 +75%)
Glam Squad

4/1(+75%)
(6) Glam Squad 4/1, Lightly-raced maiden. Eighth of 10 in handicap at Haydock (7f, good, 13/2) 34 days ago. Uphill task at these weights though.
Earned a mark in good races; dropped out on h'cap debut but may be better than that.
2
2nd (10) Moreginplease (4/1 +11%)
Moreginplease

4/1(+11%)
(10) Moreginplease 4/1, Sole win from 21 runs at Lingfield in May. Good third of 12 in handicap (14/1) at this C&D (good) 6 days ago. Holds good claims of bagging a second success.
Just one win in 21 starts but has threatened a few times, including over C&D last week.
3
3rd (8) Too Much Trevor (9/1 +10%)
Too Much Trevor

9/1(+10%)
(8) Too Much Trevor 9/1, 20/1, respectable fifth of 9 in handicap at this course (8f, soft) 27 days ago. Blinkers on 1st time. Can give a good account.
He's not been overly competitive in three handicaps since being gelded.
4
4th (2) Fletcher's Flight (18/1 -157%)
Fletcher's Flight

18/1(-157%)
(2) Fletcher's Flight 18/1, 15/2, respectable third of 7 in handicap at this course (6f, good to soft) 67 days ago. Has since had wind op and needs considering.
6f novice winner who returned from 135 days away to be third over 6f here two months ago.
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5th (4) The Spotlight Kid (18/1 -50%)
The Spotlight Kid

18/1(-50%)
(4) The Spotlight Kid 18/1, C&D winner. Thirteen runs since last win in 2022. 7/1, creditable fourth of 10 in handicap at Bath (8f, good) 25 days ago. Ought to be in the shake-up.
Only 2-22, can take a tug and has been expensive to follow; chance if all falls right.
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6th (1) Alexander James (66/1 -1100%)
Alexander James

66/1(-1100%)
(1) Alexander James 66/1, Sixteen runs since last win in 2023. Creditable 1¾ lengths second of 7 to Anif in handicap (13/2) at this C&D (soft) 27 days ago. One to consider.
Similar chance to stablemate Anif if repeating his latest second over C&D (soft).
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7th (5) Respectable Jack (66/1 -915%)
Respectable Jack

66/1(-915%)
(5) Respectable Jack 66/1, Lightly-raced maiden. 11/4, respectable fourth of 11 in maiden at Wolverhampton (7.2f) 20 days ago. Makes handicap debut and much respected.
This mark looks fair on the promise he's been showing in 7f AW events.
8th
8th (3) Anif (66/1 -915%)
Anif

66/1(-915%)
(3) Anif 66/1, C&D winner. Latest win here in June. Creditable third of 6 in handicap (9/2) at this course (8f, good to firm) 12 days ago. Not taken lightly.
10yo who is a lot more exposed than some of these but he's running well.
9th
9th (7) Bonaventure (80/1 -1500%)
Bonaventure

80/1(-1500%)
(7) Bonaventure 80/1, Tongue strap on for 1st time, solid fourth of 7 in handicap (6/1) at Nottingham (6.1f, good) 21 days ago given he was unsuited by drop in trip. Merits serious consideration back up to 7f with cheekpieces added.
No closer than 5l in any of his handicaps but it's still early days; cheekpieces added.
10th
10th (12) Primrose Maid (400/1 -1112%)
Primrose Maid

400/1(-1112%)
(12) Primrose Maid 400/1, C&D winner. Last of 12 in handicap (33/1) at this C&D (good) 6 days ago. Cheekpieces on for 1st time.
C&D winner last September on soft ground but has offered precious little since then.
11th
11th (11) Boasted (66/1 -371%)
Boasted

66/1(-371%)
(11) Boasted 66/1, Good fifth of 15 in handicap (22/1) at Lingfield (7f, good to firm) 32 days ago, nearest finish. One for the shortlist.
Kept on to be fifth of 15 at Lingfield (7f) last time but she's a 14-race maiden.
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17:10 Yarmouth Handicap (Class 6) 7f Race Class Flow

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

ANIF (first) got the better of Alexander James (second) when the pair met over C&D last month and, though the latter is marginally better off at the weights, the former was well on top at the finish on that occasion, so he gets the vote once more. Respectable Jack lost little in defeat when finishing fourth after enduring a troubled passage over 7f at Wolverhampton recently, and he merits consideration on his handicap debut.

A tight-knit handicap in which BONAVENTURE edges the vote on the back of his encouraging Nottingham fourth with this return to a longer trip looking a big plus. Moreginplease is weighted to go well and next on the list, although a solid case can also be made for the likes of Anif, The Spotlight Kid, Respectable Jack and Boasted.

It might be worth giving another chance to GLAM SQUAD, who capitulated after a positive ride on his handicap debut.


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