To make sure you never miss out on your favourite NEW stories, we're happy to send you some reminders

Click 'OK' then 'Allow' to enable notifications

ODDSbible Racing: Saturday Preview From Doncaster, Newbury And More

ODDSbible Racing: Saturday Preview From Doncaster, Newbury And More




Plenty of racing to get stuck into on Saturday and here Danny Archer's selections...

2:00: Perth: Knockmaole Boy 8/11. Won last two starts and mixing time between flat and jumps. Is the form pick here.

2:35: Perth: Pikarnia 3/1. Will relish return to three miles after finishing an excellent second over an inadequate 2m 4f last time.

2:30: Doncaster: Stream Song 5/4. John Gosden's filly shaped nicely at Ascot last month and only faded late on in that event. The step up in trip should suit with that run under her belt.

5:20: Doncaster: Monsieur Glory 4/1. Got the run of the race last time but still kept on well that day and if able to dominate again from the front he is of interest with an excellent apprentice riding.

3:50: Ripon: Lake Volta 11/10. Cracking little three runner event this but Mark Johnston's charge was seriously impressive last time and there is sure to be more to come from the two-year-old son of Raven's Pass.

1:50: Newbury: Red Mist 3/1. Simon Crisford's charge landed the spoils impressively on his debut at Sandown and was well backed to do so on that occasion, keeping on tenaciously to score snugly. There's more to come from this son of Frankel and Dewhurst entry.

2:25: Newbury: Defoe NAP 13/8. Roger Varian's Defoe has been one of the success stories of the season and the three-year-old son of Dalakhani is strongly fancied to land the spoils with this extra trip and soft ground strongly in his favour.

3:00: Newbury: Mountain Rescue 5/1. Newmarket handler Chris Wall's horses are in scintillating form and this five-year-old son of High Chaparral enjoyed the drop back in trip when winning at Newmarket last time and should improve again.

3:35: Newbury: Librisa Breeze 6/4. Dean Ivory's charge took out two handicaps at Ascot last year in impressive fashion and races have not been run to suit to so far this year. Ground is also a major positive.

6:10: Bath: Canberra Cliffs 7/4. Don Cantillon's charge was impressive at Sandown last time and this new mark looks fair.

6:40: Bath: Compas Scoobie 9/4. I get the feeling Roger Varian's charge hasn't stopped improving yet and he could eke out a tad more off this mark.

7:10: Bath: Swing Out Sister 11/10. Second here last month and that course experience is a massive benefit.

7:30: Market Rasen: Kayla 11/2. Tough mate who has plenty of weight to carry here but will enjoy the step back in trip.

1:45: Curragh: Conquest 2/1. Punted off the boards this morning and whilst she was very disappointing at Galway last time a return to a stiffer track coupled with the step up in trip could see this sister of Minding in a better light.

2:20: Curragh: Bond Street Evs. Another Aidan O'Brien inmate who has been found a nice opportunity to score at the fourth attempt.

3:30: Curragh: Order Of St George 4/6. Ran a stormer in the Ascot Gold Co when just thwarted by Big Orange. Looking for third success in this race and should do it.

Danny's Daily Win Double

2:25: Newbury: Defoe

3:35: Newbury: Librisa Breeze

Win Treble

2:00: Perth: Knockmaole Boy

2:30: Doncaster: Stream Song

3:30: Curragh: Order Of St George

Featured Image Credit: