We're in sensational form at the moment with our 3rd NAP in a row landing yesterday. We also came within a head of landing consecutive win doubles.
There's plenty of racing to get stuck into on Thursday and here are Danny Archer's selections for today's racing...
Danny's Daily Double
6:10: Chelmsford: Dream Of Delphi
9:10: Chelmsford: Ennjaaz
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The Danny Archer NAP
4:00: Haydock: So Beloved 11/8. David O'Meara's charge will be suited by the rain-softened conditions and is 4lb clear of his nearest rivals on ratings. He is a seven-year-old now but is a course and distance winner. Second at the Curragh in a G2 event in July, he has finished fifth in Group events at Goodwood and York the last twice and is the leading player on form.
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Archer's Each Way Longshot
4:35: Haydock: Galapiat
7:40: Chelmsford: Light Of Joy
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Today's other selections...
6:10: Chelmsford: Dream Of Delphi 8/13. 9lb well in here following success in a nursery at Lingfield last month. The two-year-old daughter of Camacho quickened up really well that day and is sure to go close here.
7:40: Chelmsford: Light Of Joy 11/2. Pretty disappointing on last two occasions but has handled the Polytrack and is a sister to Epsom Oaks winner Light Shift and G2 victor Cloth Of Stars. She should handle this track and is of interest for a canny handler.
8:10: Chelmsford: Maghfoor 6/4. Travelled powerfully into the race at Beverley last time but failed to see out the trip. Capable of a big run back drop in trip.
9:10: Chelmsford: Ennjaaz 5/6. Second when a warm favourite at Windsor last time. However, he was slow out of the stalls on that occasion and that was on good to soft ground. This surface should suit.
4:25: Clonmel: Glan Y Gors 6/4. Very unlucky last time as travelled well but made a mistake at the final flight. He has to shoulder top weight but brings solid form to the table.
3:30: Haydock: Trilliant 11/4. Relished drop back in trip when scoring decisively at Haydock last time. This unexposed sort has more to come over this trip if handling the softer ground and handling a 6lb rise.
4:35: Haydock: Galapiat 8/1. I was at Epsom when this well bred son of Galileo impressively landed the spoils in April. However, he has not really gone on since when tackling graded company. He was eighth at Ascot last time back in handicap company last time but hopefully he could rediscover his form.
1:50: Salisbury: Nuits St Georges 4/1. Decent second to a talented rival at Sandown last month on debut and should be more to come.
2:50: Salisbury: Fille De Reve 6/5. Ran well to finish second on debut at Kempton on the polytrack after a tardy start, keeping on nicely in the closing stages. Has to transform that form to turf but looks capable of doing so.