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Here are today's Ladbrokes Haydock tips
RESIDENCE AND SPA is our choice as the most likely winner of this contest although Fabiello and Millies Folly will be threats if coming on from their latest runs out, whilst Geblah and Generous Genella make their debuts.
The in-form Paul Hanagan takes the ride on our selection and Tim Easterby's option in this race has every chance of picking up the win. He will benefit for his last two runs and although his trainer only has a 4% strike-rate with juveniles at the course over the past five seasons, the pick ran a respectable third in a faster than average race at Redcar last time out and with an improved performance can take this race. Fabiello has shown some promise to finish close to the winners in his last two races. He was headed inside the final furlong last time out at Doncaster on his first start on the turf and considering he has come on a lot since a poor debut on the all-weather at Wolverhampton, this progressive colt could be the main danger to our pick. Millies Folly has improved since a poor debut when last at Pontefract in June but was still over seven lengths behind the victor at Newcastle on her latest start. We side with Residence And Spa to beat this relatively unexposed field.
Tallahasse showed some battling qualities to win on debut whilst SWEETIE TIME is our selection after winning here and another good run can be expected from Nordic Spruce in this race.
The pick won over course and distance last time out beating Khor Sheed. This was a much better effort than her debut at Newmarket and considering she can improve again she looks a good option. The runner-up has since gone on to win and frank the form of Sweetie Time so we side with her to pick up back-to-back successes. Nordic Spruce comes from a heavily respected yard and after winning on debut she is a big threat. The pedigree is also decent with her dam a Listed winner as a two-year-old. She is certainly worth including in calculations. Tallahasse came from the rear of the field and was hampered on her debut but still managed to win and that fighting spirit may be needed to challenge today. Although a tricky race to call we give the vote to Sweetie Time.
Paul Hanagan takes back the ride on Sir Louis who could pose a danger to our pick, OFFSPRING, whilst Mottley Crewe makes a handicap debut and Newbury Street has claims if rediscovering the best of his ability.
Offspring kept on well to win at Ripon over a similar trip last time out. She has improved markedly in every start so far and if progressing since her last run can defy running off top weight here. Sir Louis has the assistance of championship leader Paul Hanagan. He has a 21% strike-rate for Richard Fahey this season and this could be another opportunity to add to that tally. The main concern may be that he has yet to recreate the form that saw him win on soft ground at Redcar earlier this year. Mottley Crewe may be interesting now switched to handicap company after showing bits and pieces in his three Maiden starts to date. Newbury Street showed nothing in a claimer last time out but could be dangerous if finding his best form that has seen him win twice before. However, we go for Offspring to emerge victorious from this contest.
This is a highly competitive race but we turn our attention to Capital Attraction who won last time out on the all-weather, Beauchamp Yorker who hasn't been seen since a debut win last September and Dolphin Rock who won when he last tried this trip but we give the vote to UPHOLD who made all to win last time out.
The selection faces much tougher opposition this time but was a seven length winner on seasonal reappearance at Nottingham. The trainer has a 22% strike-rate at this course over the past five seasons and Barry Hills could be on to another winner with his entry in this contest. However this is a tight looking affair with Capital Attraction who cost 95,000 guineas as a juvenile a danger. His dam was a multiple winner on the dirt in the US and after winning at Lingfield in May he has to be respected. Beauchamp Yorker won on his only start last year and with Henry Candy having a 24% record with three-year-olds so far this year he could be another threat. Dolphin Rock and Secretive are previous course and distance winners and remain in calculations. Any significant market movements are worth noting for this wide-open race but we select Uphold to gain another win.
Calatrava Cape wasn't far behind the winner last time although this is a tougher affair whilst Activate and previous winner Cornish Beau are respected but the nod is given to THINK ITS ALL OVER.
The pick kept on last time out and although he is tried over an increased trip today this does not raise much of a concern given the nature of his last success. He should be competitive at this mark and we side with him here. Calatrava Cape is officially up in the weights despite only finishing second last time, although she was running under penalty that day for a win over this sort of trip. She may prefer the ground to be a bit quicker but could still play a part in the race. Activate has won on the all-weather but is yet to find the winning formula on turf. Hayley Turner was in the saddle for that sole win at Kempton and she retains the ride after guiding him to third last time out. Cornish Beau may find this more difficult after beating generally lesser rated opposition to lose his maiden tag at Pontefract in April. He will need to have come on a lot to challenge here. We go with Think Its All Over to land the prize.
KING ZEAL won well over this trip here last month and can follow up on that success to see off the likes of Laverre who has been running over slightly further lately and Highland Love who won two races ago.
The selection beat Ghufa by just over two lengths at the track when last seen and with a similar run could see off the competition. With the exception of his penultimate start he has been in good form on the turf this year and we side with Barry Leavy's option here. Highland Love has been in good form over this distance at Beverley lately but was disappointing when last seen at this course and that remains a concern. Laverre was twelve lengths behind the victor at Ripon over a mile and a half in her last outing and will need to improve to challenge today whilst the other three-year-old in the field, Rare Malt, is looking for some improvement from the first application of a visor. In the final race on the card King Zeal can hold on to his crown.