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Here are today's Ladbrokes Newmarket tips
Godolphin dominate this opening maiden having four of the nine runners set to line up including one runner from the yard of Saeed Bin Suroor in the son of Kingmambo, Burj Hatta, and three from the stable of Mahmood Al Zarooni with the Invincible Spirit colt Bowermaster looking the pick of his trio but it is CULT CLASSIC that gets the vote.
Richard Hannon's colt made a pleasing debut in a Newbury maiden when running a creditable fourth behind Trade Storm and, with improvement to come from that outing, he looks the one to beat in a field where the majority of the opposition are running for the first time. Mark Johnston's The Bells O Peover is well bred being a son of Selkirk out of a Daylami mare but the trainer rarely has first time out juvenile winners so he looks best watched, while Jeremy Noseda's Tokum has had the benefit of experience and showed improved form from his debut outing when a good second at Leicester behind King Tourus last time but Cult Classic has the better form and he is preferred.
Richard Hannon's Jollywood had to work hard when getting up late on in the race to complete a quick double at Bath earlier this month but this is tougher and she may have to settle for minor honours behind SHOSHONI WIND, who gets the vote ahead of Methayel.
Clive Brittain's filly made a promising debut when chasing home Goodwood Treasure at Goodwood earlier this month and she should improve for that outing so cannot be discounted. Luca Cumani's Khor Sheed ran well enough first time up at Haydock on softish ground and should perform better on this surface, while Gay Kelleway's Primo Lady arguably has the best form in the race but she does have a penalty to carry for her win at York last month and that may anchor her. Tim Easterby's Imperialistic Diva had to work her maiden at York last month and a safer option looks to be Kevin Ryan's Shoshoni Wind, who won with any amount in hand when landing a maiden auction event at Newcastle earlier this month and she can win again.
Disappointingly just the five runners line up for this Listed race in which it is hard to get away from the Michael Jarvis-trained LAAHEB, who gets the vote ahead of Whispering Gallery and Man Of Iron.
Luca Cumani's colt showed progressive form in Ireland last season for Aidan O'Brien culminating with success in the Breeders' Cup Marathon and he has to be of interest on his debut and seasonal reappearance for new connections. Saeed Bin Suroor's Highland Glen disappointed in this grade on his most recent start at York's May meeting but the stable is in better heart now so he cannot be discounted. Jeremy Gask's Shahwardi looks to be out of his depth and of more interest may be the second Saeed Bin Suroor-trained runner, Whispering Gallery, who has his first run back in the UK after a couple of starts in Meydan during the winter. Laaheb is the clear form pick after his two runs this term in the Group 3 Gordon Richards Stakes at Sandown and a Listed race at Goodwood and he is hard to oppose.
It will be interesting to see how Saeed Bin Suroor's Ashram performs on his seasonal reappearance having won a Listed race at Newbury last autumn prior to failing to justify market favouritism in the Challenge Stakes on his final start but the three-year-old RED JAZZ probably only needs to reproduce the form of his latest effort in the Jersey Stakes to win this and he gets the verdict ahead of Mabait.
Luca Cumani's colt showed progressive form last term in handicaps and carried that improvement through to this season with a reappearance success at Sandown prior to decent efforts in defeat in when second in the Victoria Cup and third in the Group 3 Diadem Stakes. Any further improvement will make the son of Kyllachy the main danger to the selection. David Brown's Doncaster Rover deserves to get his head in front following some respectable placed efforts but he may have to settle for minor honours again. Marco Botti's Fanunalter was not disgraced in a Group 2 race in Italy last time and he has place claims, while Premio Loco is capable of taking a hand in the finish but is likely to struggle under his penalty. The vote though goes the way of the Barry Hills-trained Red Jazz, who has improved with each start this term and he can go one better than when narrowly beaten in the Jersey Stakes.
Mark Johnston's Alcalde has shown improved form with each start this term and ran a fine race in defeat in a valuable lady riders' race at York last time when finding just Desert Recluse too good but he may have to settle for minor honours again with a better bet looking to be VIVA VETTORI, who is preferred to Tinshu.
The Derek Haydn Jones-trained filly has done little wrong this term, running a fair third in both races since dead-heating at Windsor on her reappearance and she should be thereabouts again. David Elsworth's Classic Punch is more than capable of taking a hand in the finish here and did run better on the Polytrack at Kempton at the beginning of the month but he is proving to be hard to win with and may be best watched. Gary Moore's Kavachi probably needs some help from the handicapper and of more interest may be Michael Attwater's Ramona Chase, who ran his best race for some time when a close up second behind Fiery Lad at Epsom recently and he has solid claims off just a 2lb higher mark today. David Elsworth's Viva Vettori won a Listed race at Kempton in February and ran his best race since then when narrowly beaten by Tartan Gigha at Newmarket last month. The winner that day franked that form with a decent success on Thursday and Viva Vettori can frank it further today.
Simon Dow's Seasonal Cross probably did not beat a great deal when winning at Bath earlier this month and she is likely to struggle off a 3lb higher mark today in a better race that is taken to go to NIGHT LILY, with Seradim rated the main danger.
The selection has been in fine form this term with wins at Kempton and Lingfield on the Polytrack and back on turf at Thirsk two starts ago prior to just failing to get up at Windsor behind Crazy Chris last time and she can resume winning ways off just a 2lb higher mark today. Baylini is closely matched with Night Lily on Windsor form and should be thereabouts again, while Ela Gorrie Mou would probably want a bit of cut in the ground. The John Hills-trained Gobama has harshly gone up 9lbs for her recent win at Thirsk and of more interest may be Right Rave, who has won each of her last two starts narrowly and she may be one that the handicapper is struggling to assess. Paul Cole's Seradim ran much better at Goodwood last time and has been dropped 2lbs since then so she has to be respected but Night Lily is in really good heart at present and can resume winning ways.
Russell Price's Cruise Control has run creditably in recent starts and should be thereabouts again but looks booked for a place at best once more and it is hard to get away from LEARO DOCHAIS, who gets the verdict ahead of Hustle.
Gay Kelleway's gelding has been given a chance by the handicapper having been dropped another 2lbs since his most recent start when a close up third behind Space Station at Lingfield earlier this month and he has to be respected. Robert Cowell's Cardinal has been running to a consistent level of form and should be involved at the business end of the race once more but he may be a shade high in the weights, while Russian Rave is hard to recommend having finished last of the 11 runners at Chepstow last time. The vote then goes the way of the Michael Jarvis-trained Learo Dochais, who is better than he showed at Leicester last time and he looks worth another chance having won well at the same venue previously.