The ground is generally good at all the British meetings today. We have one race from both codes this afternoon.
The 7f Group 3 Solario Stakes was first run in 1947 and has produced some notable winners over the years. A race dominated by Henry Cecil in the late 70’s and 80’s.
Seven to post today with the market headed by Masar.
Masar ran well in the Chesham at Royal Ascot.That form gives him every chance, with further progress expected.
Purser impressed when winning on debut, although by a small margin. I expect him to improve significantly for that experience.
I provisionally price them:
2.50 Newton Abbot
This looks a very tightly knit 2m 4f handicap.
Beau Bay won well on chase debut, although that form is suspect.
Double Treasure returns from a break after looking progressive when last seen at Chepstow.
None of the 8 runners can be totally discounted.
My marginal preference is for Double Treasure who is currently a best priced 6/1.
Difficult race to price, but I would be around 7/2 the field.
Good winner for us yesterday with Deadly Move at Bangor. A very professional ride by the teenage claimer James Bowen on a horse who is far from straightforward.
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