Race 2 – Worcester 11:40pm
9. Sky Lino: Looks interesting getting a hefty four-year-old weight allowance on his chasing debut today. Sam Twiston-Davies takes over in the saddle after Sky Lino pulled hard under a 5 lb claimer last time, and he could be seen to better effect here, with his pedigree indicating that he should be capable of better now tackling the larger obstacles. Promanco represents a red-hot yard and could be one of the main dangers.
BACK – Sky Lino
Race 4 – Leicester 12:30am
3. Al: Burnt a few fingers in his time, including on his last start where he was very strong in the betting but ended up running no race whatsoever. He remains a lightly raced four-year-old with promise, however, after a good third on his penultimate start, and if building on that here he may be hard to beat.
English Summer hasn’t been in top form but is dropping in the handicap and could run well now back in a 0-85 for the first time in a while.
BACK – Al
Race 5 – Leicester 1:00am
6. Musdam: Shaped well in second on his last two starts, each time conceding first run and positional advantage to the horse that finished in front of him, and he is taken to make the breakthrough in handicaps today. Ryan Moore being back in the saddle is a big positive and he remains on a workable mark.
Cricklewood Green comes here in search of a hat-trick and is sure to run well from just 3 lb higher in the weights after winning under Mitch Godwin at Brighton last time.
BACK – Musdam