Diary: September 28 & 29 2007

Lang Shining has only raced 3 times in his career to date and looks open to plenty of improvement.  He tackles 10 furlongs for the first time in the 2.00 at Ascot tomorrow and looks a likely winner.

 

Dance of Light represents the same stable and our list to follow in the 3.45.  She appears held by some of her rivals but did show promise when 3rd at Yarmouth 2 runs ago and has an each way chance.

 

Mount Hermon has won twice this year and there may well be more to come.  The stable are in form and he looks a sporting each way bet in the 4.20.

 

Corrybrough looks an interesting newcomer in the 2.45.  He is a half brother to Artie who won the William Hill handicap a few years back.

 

Osteopathic Remedy has been running well this season without quite getting his head in front.  He goes in the 5.05 at Haydock where he certainly has place claims.  Tom Eaves has the ride.

 

Moving on to Saturday Passion Fruit is our list runner in the 2.00 at Ascot. She has already justified her inclusion on our list with a 14/1 win. This looks a pretty competitive race and she has gone up a couple of pounds for a fine 3rd in a listed race at Doncaster. She has never won over a mile but the way she has been finishing her races this season suggests that the trip may suit her.

 

Iguaza Falls would be my suggestion in the 2.35.

 

Proviso has made a big impression when winning both her starts and could be something special.  She is hard to oppose in the 3.10.

 

Utmost Respect was so impressive at Ayr last week that I would be inclined to stick with him to follow up in the 3.40.

 

Blue Ksar, Dunelight and Duke of Marmalade represent our list to follow in the 4.20.  This looks a pretty tricky affair with Cesare and Excellent Art looking the two to beat.

 

The ultra consistent Diamond Diva has at least place claims in the 4.55.

 

Balliasta has not shown a lot in 3 starts but Barry Hills has a great record at Chester and she may well run better than the bare form suggests in the 3.25 at the Roodeye.

 

Cabinet was a bit unlucky when 4th at Beverley on his last run and the first and second that dy have both won since.  He looks good for the 4.35 at Chester with Northern Jem an each way prospect.

 

Dig Deep and River Thames run for our list to follow in the 5.10 but neither is particularly well drawn.

 

Cape and Geojimali are our list runners in another sprint handicap, the 3.00 at Haydock.  Geojimali ran well enough last week in the Ayr Gold Cup but is 3 lbs out of the handicap. Cape has failed to live up to expectation this season and I see that he has left James Fanshawe’e yard.

 

We have 3 runners in the 3.35.  Obstructive will handle the ground but is 7 lbs higher than his last winning mark.  Bo McGinty has been in good form all season and should again give a good account of himself for Hayley Turner while the out of form Blazing Heights continues to drop down the weights.  He would be in with a good chance on his best form.

 

There are some good reports about Prime Exhibit who makes his debut in the 5.20.

 

Free Offer will appreciate the ground and despite being on a career high mark should go close in the 5.50.  Tebee is the other runner in this race from our list to follow.

 

The only runner from our list to follow in the evening meeting at Kempton is Comma in the 7.20.

 

I will try and update the site again on Saturday morning with any late thoughts.

 

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