Sunday racing tips
FAIRY HOUSE: 1.55 Lashes, 2.30 Plankton, 3.05 Tai Sing Yeh, 3.40 Collective Power, 4.15 Affogato, 4.50 Nectarine, 5.25 She’s Good Company.
PERTH: 1.45 Enki Flacke, 2.20 Fiston Du Mou, 2.55 Gonfalonier, 3.30 Planned Paradise, 4.05 LUCKY FLIGHT (NAP), 4.40 Glen Ava, 5.15 Copper Fox.
SLIGO: 1.35 Rock Ya Boy Ya, 2.10 Daisy Dufresne, 2.45 Some Dove, 3.20 Peckham Springs, 3.55 Profound, 4.30 Arthur’s Baby, 5.05 Grivei.
STRATFORD: 2.01 Appreciate, 2.36 Shipton Moyne, 3.11 Vinnie’s Getaway, 3.46 Glimpse Of Gold, 4.21 Glendruid, 4.56 Of Corse I Can, 5.31 Invincible Wish.
DOUBLE: Lucky Flight and Glimpse Of Gold.
Lucky Flight can claim their biggest prize yet in the Perth Silver Cup Handicap Chase on the Scottish site.
Trained by Lucinda Russell, Lucky Flight is on a hat-trick in this two-mile run after taking victories at Market Rasen and Perth in her last two starts.
That first success in April was a pretty clean four-and-a-quarter-length verdict, while he followed that up with an impressive eight-length triumph over the same course and distance he faces here.
Admittedly, the form of those wins was nothing special, but Lucky Flight showed its ability when cleared to run and with just six rivals it could well cut the early pace again.
Lucky Flight is now on the 119 mark, but it’s consistent and should give another good count.
Glen Ava is another who has proven herself on the course after winning her last two three-mile starts there.
It’s the same trip again in the Scottish Racing Academy Handicap Hurdle and despite being 9 pounds heavier than her first winning mark, Glen Ava still looks more than capable of triumphing again.
She beat Petite Rhapsody twice in Perth, turning an initial five-length neck verdict on the second attempt on what was only her third career start over hurdles.
Glen Ava is now on a roost of 103, but she should still have something to give.
His only loss came at the hands of Enki Flacke, who is the opening pick of the New Mr And Mrs Duffy Novices’ Hurdle.
While Glen Ava quickly moved into full company, Gordon Elliott opted to stick to rookies with his charge, which is two out of two in Perth.
He won by a total of 17 lengths in those two races and should be pretty good again.
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The Races Day Out Handicap Hurdle is the highlight of Stratford and it looks like a trapper.
The preference goes to 11-year-old Glimpse Of Gold, who is on a roll this year for Sarah Humphrey.
Success at Fakenham in April and May, he then showed he was also performing at Stratford by recording his latest win last month.
He challenged a 4-pound raise that day, with 7-pound claimant Jay Tidball giving him a nice run – a partnership Humphrey maintains.
Glimpse Of Gold will have to do their best to triumph, but with conditions in their favor and high confidence, it seems likely.
Of Corse I Can got off to a decent start by the rules and can take flight in Stratford Racing Club’s Maiden Hurdle ‘National Hunt’.
A veteran of four unsuccessful point-to-point starts, he was well supported on his hurdle arc but lacked the necessary turn of foot at the finish, heading home with a second eight lengths.
It is to be hoped that it will be sharper for this release last month.
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