CALYX. MIRAGE DANCER. BATTAASH. PILASTER. UNO MAS. SILENT WAVE. RIGHT ACTION.
Haydock. York. Goodwood. Chester. Cartmel. Salisbury. Ffos Las.
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Haydock Park, Cartmel, Chester, Ffos Las, Goodwood, Salisbury and York race meetings make it a bumper weekend of the turf.
At Chester Bardo Contiguo (1.45) trained by Roger Varian is selected to land the Novice Stakes over 7 furlongs.
Princess Power (2.20) trained by Nigel Tinkler is tipped (ew) in the Chester Heritage fillies handicap over 6 furlongs.
Escobar (2.55) is selected each way in the MBNA handicap over 7 furlongs.
At Goodwood Fannaar (2.30) is tipped each way in the Betway handicap over 7 furlongs.
Silent Wave (3.10) trained by Charlie Appleby is selected to land the Betway maiden fillies stakes over 6 furlongs.
Michael Stoute trained Mirage Dancer (3.40) is selected to land the Betway stakes over 1 mile and 7 furlongs, with P. J. Dobbs up.
At Haydock Park Calyx (3.25) trained by John Gosden, and ridden by Robert Havlin is tipped in the £90,000 Armstrong Aggregates Sandy Lane Stakes G2 over six furlongs.
Calyx, The Juddmonte Farms homebred Kingman colt, returned to action with an outstanding four-length triumph in the G3 Pavilion Stakes over six furlongs at Ascot on May 1.
Lord Grimthorpe, Racing Manager to owner/breeder Khalid Abdullah, said: “Calyx is in very good form and John has been happy with him since his run at Ascot.
“He was very impressive at Ascot and we are looking forward to running at Haydock.”
Battaash (4.00) (pictured) trained by Charlie Hills and ridden by Jim Crowley is selected to land the Armstrong Aggregates Temple Stakes over 5 furlongs, in a race that sees Mabs Cross and Kachy go to post.
Mabs Cross, named the leading European sprinter at the 2018 Cartier Racing Awards, won the five-furlong G3 Palace House Stakes for the second year in succession at Newmarket in May.
Kachy’s trainer Tom Dascombe, said: “Kachy is in good form winning his last three races, breaking two course records and winning the All-Weather Championship Sprint. Kachy has to be a better horse this year.”
The £80,000 Amix Silver Bowl Handicap, staged over a mile for three-year-olds, sees selection the Richard Hannon trained Masaru (2.50) ridden by Jim Crowley.
At York Pilaster (3.05) trained by Roger Varian and ridden by C. O’Donaghue is selected in the William Hill Brontë Cup G3 over 1 mile and 5 furlongs.
Cartmel tips: 2.05 Young Wolf. 2.40 Graceland. 3.15 Inchcolm. 3.50 Tonto’s Spirit. 4.25 No No Mac (ew). 5.00 Tawseef (ew). 5.35 Kick On Dottie.
Chester tips: 1.45 Bardo Contiguous. 2.20 Princess Power (ew). 2.55 Escobar (ew). 3.30 Jabbaar (ew). 4.05 Raffle Prize. 4.40 Sands Chorus. 5.15 Berrahri (ew).
Ffos Las tips: 6.05 The Last Bridge (ew). 6.35 Jonagold. 7.05 Now Look At Me. 7.35 Take Em Out. 8.05 Sad Eyed Dylan. 8.35 Uno Mas. 9.05 Twilight War.
Goodwood tips: 1.55 Extra Elusive. 2.30 Fanaar. 3.10 Silent Wave. 3.40 Mirage Dancer. 4.20 King’s Advice. 4.55 Paddy Power. 5.30 Just My Type (ew).
Haydock Park tips: 2.15 Desert Point (ew). 2.50 Masaru (ew). 3.25 Calyx. 4.00 Battaash. 4.35 Signora Cabello. 5.10 Felix The Poet. 5.45 Red Force One.
Salisbury tips: 5.50 Born To Destroy. 6.20 Harry Beau (ew). 6.50 Hey Ho Let’s Go (ew). 7.20 Airton (ew). 7.50 Humdinger (ew). 8.20 Akwaan.
York tips: 2.00 Cardsharp. 2.35 Ingleby Hollow (ew). 3.05 Pilaster. 3.45 A Momentofmadness (ew). 4.15 Duchy Decoy. 4.50 Elisheba. 5.25 Right Action.
*Andrew Atkinson’s Saturday news and racing tips will be Online on Friday at www.fromthehorsesmouth.tips