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ODDSbible Racing: Thursday Preview From Epsom, Galway And More

ODDSbible Racing: Thursday Preview From Epsom, Galway And More

There's plenty of other racing on Thursday and here are Danny Archer's selections...

6:55: Epsom: Guvenor's Choice evs.

Made up plenty of headway at Sandown last time and was a real eye catcher. He should have learnt plenty from that experience and with Karl Burke's two-year-olds in such fine form, there should be more to come.

7:30: Epsom: Nightingale Valley 5/2 NAP.

Represents a trainer who does well here and had far too much to do last time over six furlongs. Should run well back over seven furlongs.

6:10: Ffos Las: Brockey Rise 5/4


Stayed on powerfully last time on soft ground and that looks the best form on offer.

7:45: Ffos Las: Eolian 11/1 Each Way.

Shouldn't mind ground and trip might spark further improvement.

2:10: Nottingham: Mother Of Dragons 7/4.

Run in Queen Mary and Super Sprint recently and should be much more comfortable at this level.

2:45: Nottingham: Island Drive 10/11.

Visually impressive in the way she quickened up last time at Kempton last time and more to come from this Lowther entry.

5:40: Nottingham: Oxford Blu 9/2

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Rallied under pressure at Lingfield last time to finish third but ultimately disappointing. However, I still think there is further improvement over this trip.

1:30: Stratford: Daulys Anthem 15/8.

Skelton's have been doing bits with chase debutants this summer and despite worrying points form, the fact he represents a stable in such fine form makes him worth supporting.

2:35: Stratford: Authorized Too 7/2.

Tough event but has been in great form on the flat.

4:20: Stratford: Boy In A Bentley 10/11.

Has clear form edge here.

2:15: Galway: Don't Touch It 9/4.


Narrow winner at Punchestown last time but capable of further improvement following a break.

4:00: Galway: Lac Kivu 10/11.

Seriously impressive when scoring on hurdling debut and could be anything.

19/1 Win Double

5:40: Nottingham: Oxford Blu
7:30: Epsom: Nightingale Valley

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