Three meetings take place this evening, with several well backed runners making inroads in the markets. Check those and more out below, plus grab a superb new customer offer at 888sport, offering up to £100 in free bets!
”was” and “now” prices representative of opening odds and strongest market movement across various bookmakers, stated prices are best available at time of writing from a specified bookmaker. Prices may vary on visit to bookmakers website.
All pricing correct as of 3:00pm, 30th June, shortest priced runner, first.
(1) (7:45pm Tipperary) FIGLIO D’ARTE was 9/2 now 15/8
Six race maiden so far, but has shown a marked improvement in latest run at Gowran Park (1m 1f, good), twenty-three days ago, when 1.75 lengths adrift of Aurora Princess, when wearing first time blinkers (retained). Up in trip today and should handle the 3lbs increase without too much hassle. Narrow favourite, ahead of Wild Shot.
(2) (8:05pm Kempton) MACK THE KNIFE was 11/2, now 2/1
Four wins in twelve starts, including the last of those at Wolverhampton (1m 4f, a/w) back in April, when justifying odds on status by 1.5 lengths. Made a promising turf debut, when third at Bath (good to firm), before struggling in the next run at Doncaster on soft ground (both 1m 3f). Returns to the all-weather today for this extended, first time trip of 1m 7f.
(3) (6:55pm bath) KARUOKA was 10/1 now 3/1
Bit more expected from this filly, with the dam and grandam both strong performers for Saeed Bin Suroor. She looked green on debut at Haydock (1m, good to firm), when seventh of eight starters in April and some 4.75 lengths adrift. She then failed to build upon that at Leicester (1m good to firm) at a class higher and finishing 6.5 lengths behind. Conditions are a little softer, which may help, but she needs to show more, with the markets showing plenty of support.
(4) (7:05pm Kempton) BOSS POWER was 11/1 now 11/2
Three wins in ten starts, with a victory as recently as March, when 3.5 lengths clear of Brasca at Wolverhampton (1m 4f, a/w). Has since placed second at Leicester (1m 3f, good to firm), before finding the extended 1m 6f trip at Salisbury, a little too much. Two for two on the all-weather and return to 1m 3f looks ideal.
(5) (7:15pm Tipperary) NOBLE SEAL was 22/1, now 15/2
Seven race maiden, whose best effort was a fourth at Killarney (1m, heavy), when 4.25 lengths adrift of the winner, Tiger Mylk. He did finish fifth at Leopardstown, before being disqualified, due to an incorrect jockey weight and could build upon that performance here, with each-way claims once more worthy of further investigation.
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