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Daryl Carter’s Best Bets – Sunday, 7th May

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Top Tipster Daryl Carter has three picks for Coronation Sunday’s action!

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2.25 Newmarket – Queen Fairies (1.5pt win – 7/2 Paddy Power/Betfair, 10/3 generally)

This race will be one to follow for much of the season, with Floating Spirit impressing on the AW (Dam went 3-3 on the AW) and Running Lion showing race-by-race progression, but QUEEN OF FAIRIES could easily prove to be a group horse in the making. She defied inexperience on debut when green going to post and came from off a steady gallop to win going away in taking fashion at Southwell, and there is plenty of depth to that form. The runner-up Brightly was beaten the next twice but wasn’t in the same league as the selection, and the third, The Ivy, took the scalp of Copy Artist at Chelmsford before that one went on to chase home potentially a Group 1 horse in Queen For You at Ascot on trials day in a hot Novice contest. The fourth was narrowly denied next time by Queen Regent at Kempton, and all of that collateral form ties in with some of the best three-year-old fillies we have seen thus far this season. It would be no surprise to see Queen Of Fairies improve significantly for a winter on her back, given the size and scope she possesses.

Howden Pretty Polly Stakes (Listed Race) (Fillies)

3.00 Newmarket – Al Husn (1pt e/w – 9/1 Paddy Power/Betfair, 8/1 generally)

This is a cracking contest, but Life In Motion is the wrong favourite at the time of writing. She benefitted from her racing position the last twice in France – particularly on reappearance and took an age to round an inferior rival before clinging on at the finish. Prosperous Voyage clearly went well fresh, having been a neck second in the 1,000 Guineas on this card last year, but this looks like a deeper contest than that, and she has been known to need some rousting along and is Frankie, the man to do that? With The Moonlight is a class act and has won on the Rowley Mile, but she never really looked comfortable on the undulations (unbalanced at Epsom also), and her form may have peaked after a busy winter campaign in Meydan and the US. AL HUSN arrives with stacks of potential, having gone unbeaten as a three-year-old and left the impression on her final start over subsequent Listed winners Something Enticing and Grade 3 US winner Bellstreet Bridie that there would be far more to come from her as a four-year-old. Via Sistina is feared most.

Howden Dahlia Stakes (Group 2) (Fillies & Mares)

3.40 Newmarket – Mammas Girl (1pt e/w – 15/2 generally)
MAMMAS GIRL has not been shown the respect she deserves in the market, having put in a tremendous performance to land the Nell Gwyn Stakes – a race last year’s winner won before going on to victory here. She had no right to win that given the race developed on the far side of the track, and she had to switch around runners to come from the rear of the field. She was similarly impressive on debut at the same venue when scoring effortlessly and handles this track well, which is a huge positive in this race – the last four winners all had run here. Richard Hannon knows how to win this race, and she makes plenty of appeal from what should be a good draw in stall 20 to come down the stands rail.

Qipco 1000 Guineas Stakes (Group 1) (British Champions Series)

Daryl Carter’s Best Bets

2.25 Newmarket – Queen Fairies (1.5pt win – 7/2 Paddy Power/Betfair, 10/3 generally)
3.00 Newmarket – Al Husn (1pt e/w – 9/1 Paddy Power/Betfair, 8/1 generally)
3.40 Newmarket – Mammas Girl (1pt e/w – 15/2 generally)

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