We had another excellent day on the tipping front on Friday as the Daily Double returned a healthy profit, with an £81 return from £30. Today's racing can only be described as scintillating with a number of Group events including cracking renewals of the G1 Haydock Sprint Cup and G1 Irish Champion Stakes.
Here are Danny Archer's selections for today's racing...
Danny's Daily Double
2:10: Ascot: Soliloquy 5/6.
4:05: Thirsk: Mountain Angel 11/8.
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The Danny Archer NAP
1:20: Haydock: Time Chaser. Sister to Time Test, this three-year-old daughter of Dubawi is unbeaten in three starts and she is tough to oppose having taken her form to another level over 10 furlongs last time, where she kept on stoutly under pressure to score at Sandown.
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Each Way Double
3:00: Haydock: Soie D'Leau 6/1. Successful in this event off a 3lb higher mark last year and will also enjoy this ground. SDS is booked and he should make his presence felt.
5:00: Kempton: Phalaborwa 4/1. Ed Vaughan's charge pulled too hard last time which ultimately put paid to her chances. If settling better, her form is rock solid on the all weather and she should be tough to beat.
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Here are the rest of today's fancies...
3:20: Ascot: Havre De Paix 4/1. Ran a cracking race over course and distance when second to a talented rival in July having led that day and if able to get another easy lead on ground that she handles well, she should go close for her shrewd handler.
2:05: Kempton: Midterm 5/2. I was at Epsom last time when Sir Michael Stoute's colt landed the spoils and that was an impressive performance. The four-year-old son of Galileo looked to be back to something like his best that day as he quickened up in taking fashion. Perhaps he is finally fulfilling his potential and is in the right hands to do so.
3:50: Kempton: Di Fede 3/1. Excellent second last time when just collared and despite 7lb rise for that defeat, she is still improving.
3:05: Stratford: Always On The Run 2/1. Looked the likely winner at Perth last time out but didn't find too much off the bridle. He gets to race off the same mark here over a shorter trip and that could see him grab the victory.
2:15: Thirsk: Travelcard 7/4. Well beaten by a talented rival at Newmarket last time but that is the best form on offer and he should go well.
2:50: Thirsk: Astraea 12/1 Each Way. Well beaten at York last time over seven furlongs but return to six furlongs is a major plus and not beyond the realms of possibility that this six-year-old daughter of Cityscape is involved at the finish.
4:05: Thirsk: Mountain Angel 13/8. Been kept very busy of late and unlucky not to score at Yarmouth last time when beaten by a neck.
5:45: Thirsk: Storm Over 13/8. Not disgraced when third last time on soft ground at Newbury and was ridden with restraint that day. Interesting to see what tactics are used today.
6:30: Wolverhampton: Horsted Keynes 6/4. An old favourite of mine and dropped into a claimer, the seven-year-old son of Giant's Causeway is 3lb clear of his closest rivals on ratings and should go well.
5:05: Leopardstown: Eziyra 11/8. Talnted filly who landed a Group Three event at Cork last time. Her master handler has won this event for the last three years so she looks capable of a big run.
5:35: Leopardstown: Winter Evs. Wonderful filly who has lit up the racing world this season. Success in four Group One events on the bounce, she took the step up to 10 furlongs in her stride at Goodwood last time and on ratings is the best filly in the race.
6:10: Leopardstown: Sir John Lavery 9/4. Really impressive return to form last time over this trip at Cork where the three-year-old son of Galileo skipped clear of the field in taking fashion. Once touted as a potential Derby contender, he could continue to improve.
6:45: Leopardstown: Churchill Evs. Second to Ulysses in the Juddmonte International at York last time but has handled the step up to 10 furlongs pretty well so far. The ground shouldn't be too much of an issue here and the three-year-old son of Galileo can return to winning ways