We continued our fine form on Sunday with another winning NAP as Ribchester landed the spoils in Chantilly to provide us with our fourth winning NAP from our last seven selections.
There's four meetings on Monday with flat racing in Britain at Brighton, jump racing at Newton Abbot and Perth and a mixed card at Listowel in Ireland.
Here are Danny Archer selections...
Danny's Daily Double
3:45: Newton Abbot: Kapricorne 15/8. Punted off the boards when second at this track last time. He did his chances no favours when clouting the second last hurdle, before staying on again close home. He can make amends here.
5:05: Perth: Boris Grishenko 5/6. Receives weight from main rivals, has the service of the champion jockey Richard Johnson and should have learnt plenty from creditable second at Downpatrick last time.
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The Danny Archer NAP
2:25: Brighton: Monteamiata 15/8. Relished soft ground when scoring at Lingfield over six furlongs July and was far from disgraced on slightly quicker ground at Salisbury last time when a narrow fourth. The drop back in trip is not necessarily a negative as she has shown plenty of early dash. This looks very winnable and she is a filly in form. Ed Walker's horses are in good form and this three-year-old daughter of Dream Ahead, a top class sprinter could prove too good for her rivals.
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Today's other selections...
2:55: Brighton: Rastrelli 6/4. Charlie Appleby's only representative here this afternoon. A 550,000 euros purchase, he didn't pull up many trees at Newmarket on his debut when only fifth, but the form of that race has worked out very well with the winner finishing fifth in the G3 Solario Stakes and the second winning since. The French-bred colt was fourth last time at Goodwood but was not fancied in the betting. Connections drop down to a mile and it's not hard to envisage a big run.
3:05: Perth: Pikarnia 3/1. Second over course and distance last time and he always runs with credit for Rebecca Menzies. The return to a firmer surface should also help here.
2:45: Newton Abbot: Orchestrated 5/1. Seemed to relish step up in trip when second last time and with a talented 5lb claimer on board, he should go close off the same mark if retaining that enthusiasm.