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Our tipster's irresistible form continued as he smashed in his NAP, Next Best & big-race fancy on Saturday and we'll be looking to continue his good work on Sunday. There's top quality action from Longchamp which includes the G1 Prix du Moulin de Longchamp and plenty of other action to get stuck into domestically with Fontwell, York & Listowel holding meetings. Here are the ODDSbible Sunday selections:
2:45 - Longchamp - Ceratonia 7/4
Did it very nicely on debut at Ascot defeating an experienced rival with a smooth turn of foot. The second Model Guest was unlucky not to win at Ascot next time and the manner of the two-year-daughter of Dubawi's victory at the Berkshire venue was eye catching. She's regally bred, being a half-sister to Wild Illusion and Appleby and Buick have done very well when sending their horses to France this year
2:30 - Fontwell - Chaparral Prince 2/1
Rated 76 on the flat after four runs for Charlie Hills and joins the powerful Seven Barrows yard of Nicky Henderson for his debut over timber. He's also owned by the Cotton's who are no strangers to jump success and whilst he has an interesting rival in Nordican Bleue, who has already finished second on the level over hurdles, he was in the end well beaten on debut and he doesn't set a demanding standard in this.
2:55 York - Limato 4/7
Produced a smooth performance to win in Listed company at Newmarket last time. He has a fine record in Listed events and this looks a worse race than last time. He carries top-weight here but he is by the far the best horse in the race against a group of handicappers.
3:35 - Fontwell - Maquisard 2/1
Got off the mark on third British run at Huntingdon in March and was fading in a tougher race at Ascot when taking a heavy fall. Has run twice on the flat since and out in a good effort against a talented rival at Goodwood last time. This isn't the strongest race and if that fall hasn't affected his confidence he looks an each-way player
4:50 - Listowel - Jack Slade 9/1
Carries a low weight here and ran on strongly to score by a nose at Downpatrick last time. He stays further and have to think there is more improvement to come despite this being ultra competitive.
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3:15 - Longchamp - Recoletos 3/1
Second to star miler Alpha Centauri in the Prix Jacques Le Marois last time and that brings pretty strong form to the table. The four-year-old son of Whipper was well clear of the rest of the field that day and despite having something to find with Lightning Spear on their Queen Anne form at Royal Ascot, Lightning Spear was third and Recoletos was seventh, it looks as if the French-trained colt is improving with every run this year and he has to be high on the shortlist.
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