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ODDSbible Racing: Thursday Preview From Chepstow, Doncaster And More

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ODDSbible Racing: Thursday Preview From Chepstow, Doncaster And More

Plenty of racing to get stuck into today and here are Danny Archer's selections for Thursday's action...

Spare to play leading Part at Chepstow

3:25: Chepstow: Spare Parts 6/1. Narrow second last time over slightly longer trip entitles him to go well here.

4:00: Chepstow: Farleigh Mac 3/1. Creditable third in a decent sprint event at Epsom last time which had more substance than this event.


5:40: Doncaster: Oriental Splendour 4/1. Continues to run up to a decent mark and was a creditable fourth at Pontefract last time. Off a 1lb lower mark, he remains handicapped to run well.

Come along and ride on this fantastic Voyage at Doncaster

7:50: Doncaster: Firefright 7/4. Course and distance winner in April, beating some decent yardsticks, before running two solid races in defeat, which included a creditable third at Sandown last time. He remains open to further progression and with William Buick aboard, is taken to score again.

8:20: Doncaster: First Voyage 2/1. Unseated rider at the start on his latest outing having previously finished third at Haydock. There remains plenty of improvement off his mark.


Blue to Thunder home at Epsom

7:00: Epsom: Sarangoo 8/1 Each Way. Used front-running tactics to good effect recently and of strong interest given she has won twice over course and distance.

7:35: Epsom: Star Of Lombardy 10/3. Mark Johnston's charge continues to run well despite an advancing mark and she scored nicely here last time, battling on gamely in the closing stages. A 4lb rise might underestimate her current form.

8:10: Epsom: Thundering Blue 2/1. Decent third last time behind a horse who is improving steadily. That run showed he handled the track and this four-year-old son of Exchange Rate is of strong interest.


I would walk Fivehundredmiles at Hamilton

2:00: Hamilton: Albert Street 11/10. Nice fourth on debut when he kept on well in the closing stages after a tardy start. The two-year-old son of Acclamation should have learnt plenty that day and makes strong appeal.

3:35: Hamilton: Hochfeld Evs. Tough to look past Mark Johnston's charge who continues to improve for racing. He has a penalty for winning at Chester but looks a talented individual.

4:10: Hamilton: Fivehundredmiles 3/1. Kept on here last time but could not catch the ready winner. However, he remains of strong interest off a mark of 74 for a trainer and jockey who have done well here recently.


Diesel to fill up at Killarney

1:35: Killarney: Le Richebourg Evs. Landed the spoils decisively at this track in May and looks a horse to watch.

3:10: Killarney: Is She Diesel 11/1 Each Way. Second last time when carrying plenty of weight and making a mistake at the last hurdle which cost her plenty of momentum. She remains interesting.

3:40: Killarney: Our Dougal 3/1. Has some decent form in the book and was third to a talented sort at Wexford last time.


4:45: Killarney: Stars Over The Sea 5/2. Was once a very decent flat horse and showed he retains a good level of ability in that sphere when fourth to Order Of St George in the Saval Beg Stakes.

Ventura to be Knight in shining armour at Leicester

3:15: Leicester: Daira Prince Evs. Didn't appreciate the softer conditions at Yarmouth last time but had previously won at the same track on a firmer surface. The three-year-old son of Dubawi looks open to further improvement over a mile.

4:20: Leicester: Ventura Knight Evs. Tough to look past Mark Johnston's chare who has relished the step up in trip on his last two runs.

Deauville to thrill punters at Leopardstown

5:50: Leopardstown: Battle Of Jericho Evs. Should finally get head in front after running with credit in two starts so far.

7:25: Leopardstown: Hunaina 3/1. Excellent second over six furlongs at Leopardstown last time and should appreciate step up to seven furlongs.

8:00: Leopardstown: Deauville Evs NAP. Tough to look past Aidan O'Brien's charge who was a cracking third in the G1 Queen Anne Stakes at Royal Ascot last time. He will enjoy the ground and looks very tough to beat.

8:30: Leopardstown: Moorside 8/1 Each Way. Pretty disappointing in the Ascot Stakes last time having previously run quite a nice race to finish fifth at Goodwood last time. If he can reproduce that effort, he should run into at least a place here.

Danny's Daily Win Double

3:15: Leicester: Daira Prince

8:00: Leopardstown: Deauville

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