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Here are today's Ladbrokes Doncaster tips
Bajan Flash is worth a market check in a first-time visor but without that guide the one to be one looks to be RAINY NIGHT.
Jack Mitchell was aboard when this horse landed a real touch at Leicester and with the second horse a reliable yard-stick who has won since a 5lb rise looks fair. This extra furlong should be within his compass and he should take all the beating. Master Of Song looks set to run well again following two near-misses over both six furlongs and a mile, with this in-between distance suitable, but he's up 6lbs following those efforts and life is set to be tougher. Pearly Wey is well-treated on his best, as looks to be Piquante, while Sea Salt should run well over a course and distance he enjoys.
It'll be disappointing if AL MUTHANAA can't take advantage of what looks a great opportunity.
The Haggas-trained gelding showed abundant promise on his debut at Newmarket when beaten by a rival with experience and this son of a Group One winning juvenile should win this if repeating the effort, let alone improving as expected. Self Employed did well to take a distance second on his debut and this drop back to six should serve him well while Ardent was sent a long way to make her debut at Thirsk and attracted plenty of support prior to finishing seventh. She can learn from the experience and run well in a weak race, a point highlighted by the fact that 52-rated four-year-old Nativity may well be best of the rest.
This looks an interesting maiden on paper and support for any one of the newcomers must be noted.
However, the standard set by once-raced BLUE BUNTING is a reasonable one and she should take some beating if improving for a fine debut at Newmarket, when no match for a potentially smart winner but three-lengths ahead of a solid marker. From the same ownership, Alareen may prove the biggest threat although she does wear a tongue-tie on debut which is slightly disconcerting. That said she's from a lovely middle-distance family and could be anything. Midnight Caller is bred to make a decent two-year-old and John Gosden has saddled a host of winners this week so she too is respected although her stable companion Palitana would be of clear interest if supported in preference to her. Chesnut Coffee and Miss Villefranche are just two others to consider.
Nacho Libre remains in solid form but he's yet to win in cheek-pieces while Lujano may well find this drop in distance against him.
El Dececy has form at this trip but needs a proper test and so we'll turn to ELIJAH PEPPER for David Barron and Dean Heslop. The five-year-old perhaps found a stiff seven a stretch last time and should do better returned to six furlongs, the trip he's gained all four career victories at. He's won off this mark in the past and when last racing over the distance took a fine fourth in what was surely a stronger contest. Others to include in calculations are the exposed but consistent maiden Powerful Pierre and Shannon Golden now Jimmy Quinn takes the ride while The Scorching Wind takes a steep drop in grade and could be revitalised.
Every reason to expect a big run from BONNIE CHARLIE and he gets the vote to land a competitive race.
Our selection can be excused his one run in a handicap this term as softening ground may've been against him and he finished only one place behind Hawkeyethenoo, who has gone in since, and on his last run over this trip he looks well treated. At the other end of the handicap Smarty Socks is considered as a course-and-distance winner up 5lbs following a smooth York victory while Arteus remains progressive and could yet defy this mark. Opus Maximus is consistent but hides little from the handicapper, Aldermoor is held by that one while Beauchamp Xerxes needs to wake up but could do so now blinkers are tried. Rain may help Horatio Carter and along with Swift Gift and Decent Fella he's not discounted.
Solemn is just about as consistent as they come at this level but a 3lb rise for winning last time means he needs a career best to repeat the dose.
Tabaret is extremely hard to win with and will need a first-time visor to ignite him if he's to win over five furlongs for the first time since 2005 while Canadian Danehill finished last at Ascot and may be missing Frankie. With that in mind we prefer to look at Brierty and LE TOREADOR with the latter narrowly preferred. Brierty ran a blinder when second to a subsequent winner at Hamilton and isn't unduly punished up a pound, but Le Toreador is back down to his last winning mark on turf and recent efforts are better than they may appear. Kevin Ryan has his string in fine form too and he may be able to dominate these from the front. Doctor Parkes and The Nifty Fox are others with claims in what looks a wide-open sprint handicap.
Simple Jim is of clear interest off a lovely racing weight but AKBABEND looked a shade unfortunate at Catterick and can gain compensation for connections.
Mark Johnston's charge suffered a trouble passage despite only facing three rivals, with Joe Fanning having to ease his mount close home, and off the same mark he can boss these if taking to blinkers at the first time of asking. Simple Jim does look the one for the forecast with just 3lb extra to carry although this does represent a step up in grade and he'll need a strong pace to chase. For those seeking a bigger priced alternative, Kames Park has a decent turn of foot for the grade and Forrest Flyer is a versatile horse who just looks a shade high in the weights. Motafarred won over 1m4f as a three-year-old and could improve for stepping beyond that distance and is another who can run well.
King Zeal has held his form remarkably well this term and keeps finding some sort of answer to the handicapper's questions, but with competition on for the lead he's taken on here in favour of COUNT CEPRANO.
Jeff Pearce's gelding has been hit hard by the handicapper for winning three times at this trip of late but he's worth the latest 11lb rise and can go in again with conditions to suit. Mistoffelees is a couple of pounds higher than when well beaten at Ascot and unless this return to a left-handed track helps him massively the Cumani horse is opposable, with Marjury Daw a bigger threat. She's got work on with King Zeal off just 4lb better terms that when beaten by that horse earlier this term but the latter got an easy lead that day. Bavarica ties in closely with Marjury Daw and has a talented pilot on board so cannot be overlooked.