Our superb run of form continued on Thursday as the Daily Double returned to form with a healthy profit to bolster our form of 11 winning NAPs from our last 14 selections. Friday's racing sees six meetings at Haydock, Newcastle, Newmarket, Worcester, Dundalk and Gowran Park take centre-stage and here are our man Danny Archer's selections...
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3:20: Haydock: Maybride 5/4. One to beat based on three starts this term for a yard who excel with juveniles.
7:30: Dundalk: Moviesta 5/4. Eddie Lynam's charge is the best horse in this race on ratings, being 16lb superior to his closest rival. He has a talented claimer aboard and can put behind him a disappointing effort at York.
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4:10: Newmarket: Coat Of Arms 11/10 NAP. Second in the G2 Futurity Stakes before finishing fourth in the G1 Vincent O'Brien National Stakes gives him leading form claims back in maiden company here.
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5:05: Haydock: Instant Attraction 9/2. Slid down the ratings and mark of 85 might underestimate him.
5:45: Newcastle: Pioneertown 4/1. I'm willing to give Sir Mark Prescott's charge another chance who ran well at Kempton last time and wasn't seen to best effect last time out.
Here are the rest of Danny Archer's selections...
6:30: Dundalk: Raynama 5/2. Ground may have caught her out last time and this daughter of Siyouni will benefit from the drop back in trip.
8:00: Dundalk: Abingdon 9/4.Very interesting that Newmarket maestro Sir Michael Stoute sends this four-year-old daughter of Street Cry over to the Emerald Isle. She's had an ok season, dotting up by ten length in a Listed event at Pontefract on her seasonal debut before filling the placings at Haydock and Deauville. Last time, Stoute's filly was a well beaten last of 6 at York in the G1 Yorkshire Oaks but the drop back to 10 furlongs and drop in class should really help.
2:15: Gowran Park: Sharjah Evs. Winner of a polytrack event at Deauville in July 2016 and looks a typical French import who could be anything for messrs Ricci, Mullins and Walsh.
2:50: Gowran Park: West Coast Time 7/4. I was impressed by Joseph O'Brien's charge at Cork in January and whilst he couldn't cut the mustard in the Champion Bumper at Cheltenham, he made a pleasing start over hurdles when third at Listowel earlier this month and that should have teed him up nicely for this.
5:40: Gowran Park: Ainsi Va La Vie 10/11. Willie Mullins' charge is a seven-year-old but she is unbeaten in two starts and she can make further progress here.
1:40: Haydock: Canny Style 11/2. Suited by soft ground and a mark of 71 remains one which the four-year-old daughter of Canford Cliffs could exploit.
2:10: Haydock: Buonarroti 9/2. Has to prove he is still good enough to compete at this level but dropping down to an official mark of 69, 36lb below his highest mark and on soft ground, he has to go well.
7:15: Newcastle: Rock Warbler 9/2. Oliver Greenall's charge has won over course and distance and a mark of 73 looks workable.
2:35: Worcester: Ballymalin 5/2. Tough and consistent sort who invariably always runs his race. Won four times over timber last term and should handle the switch to chasing here.
1:50: Newmarket: Mittens 9/1. I like Sir Michael Stoute's charge who was impressed at Ascot in July and may have just struggled in softer conditions at Haydock last time.
2:25: Newmarket: Mori 3/1. My favourite horse in training. Sir Michael Stoute's cahrge won a maiden at Ascot, before following up in Listed company at Goodwood in May. She was then a neck second in the Ribblesdale at Royal Ascot in June but then ran no sort of race at York last time when a warm favourite. I'm expecting a much better run today and despite rain softened ground, I expect her to go well.
3:35: Newmarket: Sir John Lavery 3/1. Only fourth at Leopardstown last time but he had a nightmare passage through that race and I think Aidan O'Brien can find further improvement in this three-year-old son of Galileo.
4:45: Newmarket: Frontiersman 11/8. Unbeaten over course and distance and despite quirks, Charlie Appleby's charge sets a clear standard.
5:20: Newmarket: Addeybb 10/3 and Daira Prince 14/1. William Haggas' Addeybb was an excellent third last time out and remains unexposed, whilst Roger Varian's Daira Prince is interesting based on her progression this term.