It’s a six-pack of racing action this midweek with a mix of jumps and Flat racing across Britain and Ireland on Wednesday.
The jumps meeting from Newton Abbot gets things going, with further afternoon action at Newbury and Nottingham, before evening fare on the Flat comes from the Curragh, Kempton and Ripon.
Our fancies include an exciting colt for Simon & Ed Crisford at Newbury.
Both Nader King and INTRICACY (3/1) are exciting colts for top yards and they are headliners in the final race at Newbury on Wednesday.
Sir Michael Stoute trains the former, a winner last time at Nottingham, but that came on soft ground and the form has taken a dent since.
That makes Simon & Ed Crisford’s son of Dubawi the one to focus on. He won at Wolverhampton in December on his second start and was second back there last month on his only run since.
He wasn’t suited by a dawdling pace as the winner dominated proceedings and there’s a good chance that Majestic Warrior is quite a promising sort in his own right too.
This should be a more even gallop and, in a first-time visor, Intricacy looks the way to go for James Doyle and the Crisfords.
An Ebor trial with €30,000 to the winner is on the agenda at the Curragh this evening and the Joseph O’Brien-trained NUSRET (11/2) looks a good contender.
The Simon Munir & Isaac Suede-owned son of Golden Horn won his maiden over 1m4f at this track last summer, before taking in some very competitive handicaps.
He then embarked on a hurdles campaign in November, winning on debut in that code at Punchestown before adding a Grade 2 via the Adonis at Kempton in February and finishing with sound efforts in Grade 1s at Aintree and Punchestown.
He’s race-fit from that stint and has plenty scope for further improvement this summer back on the level.
NEW ENDEAVOUR (5/2) had already shown some promise in three starts before he made a winning nursery bow over this C&D last September for Roger Varian.
On foot of that odds-on success, he went to the Curragh for the Goffs Million and ran a creditable fifth in that valuable 19-runner contest on soft ground.
After his winter lay-off he returned last month at York (7f, good) and was beaten two-lengths in a Class 3 contest where those that finished ahead of him all benefitted from on or close to the pace, while David Egan’s partner tried to make ground from the rear.
Rated 1lb lower back on the Polytrack at a course where he has that winning experience, he’s drawn well and looks a danger to all in this lesser grade as he looks to justify his spot on the Most Napped table via the Betfred Betfinder for today’s action.
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