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U.K. Horse races at Goodwood, Bangor, Newcastle and Salisbury

The daily dose of U.K. horse racing continues with the races for Thursday, May 24th and overviews.

U.K. Horse races at Goodwood, Bangor, Newcastle and SalisburyGoodwood Racecourse: First race starts at 2:00 and here is the overview:
An interesting opener where there are a number of likely improvers including Cabinet, Samorra, Shot Gun and Fragrancy and we will take Cabinet to score. Sir Michael Stoute's runner improved on his debut to take a Lingfield maiden when odds-on last backend and on that occasion he looked as though further would definitely suit. He gets a trip here and should be fit enough to enjoy a winning reappearance. Samorra was a debut scorer over 6f here on soft ground almost a year ago to the day. Marcus Tregoning's filly has not been seen since landing that ordinary contest and with such a long lay off and doubts about the form we will oppose. Shot Gun got the hang of things at the third time of asking at Epsom last month and with confidence gained from that can be a threat, especially if the ground dries, while Fragrancy is stepped up a quarter of a mile after being turned over at Beverley last time and on breeding she should appreciate that. Watch for any market confidence, but without that knowledge we will side with Cabinet. Best betting odds guaranteed at Bet365 (opens in new window). Bet365 also offers live stream for each race for their customers.

Bangor Racecourse: Racing beings at 2:10. First race overview:
Go Solo gets the confident vote here with Vegano and Oakapple Express rating the main dangers. The selection was a good second behind Avesomeofthat last time out, that form has since been franked and under conditions that suit off the same mark he looks the one to be on. Vegano rates the main danger on his best form, hails from a shrewd yard but the suspicion is he may just need the run after a 567 day abscence. Oakapple Express is another that could go well but he showed little after a long abscence last time so can not be put forward with any confidence. Of the remainder Barton Legend could improve for the fitting of first time cheekpecies and should be watched in the market. But for the winner we return to Go Solo who sets a fair standard and will be hard to beat.

Newcastle Racecourse: First start is at 2:20. Overview of the first horse race:
Pelican Prince, Tuanku and Drawnfromthepast are the three for the shortlist here, with Drawnfromthepast given the nod. Karl Burke's Pelican Prince ran well on his debut at Newcastle, chasing home Mark Johnston's Bahama Baileys, and although that one let the form down at York last week, Pelican Prince was doing all his best work at the finish and can come on for the run. Jamie Osborne has been carrying all before him with his two-year-olds this season, and Drawnfromthepast can continue the stable's winning ways, underlined by another winner at Windsor on Monday night. Drawnfromthepast made an eye-catching debut in an Ascot maiden earlier this month, making up ground steadily in the closing stages. This looks a distinct drop in class and he looks sure to go well. Tuanku ran well on his debut at Warwick, Mick Channon's runner staying on to take fourth. That was a promising effort and he will come on for that. However, Drawnfromthepast looks potentially a class apart, and he gets a confident vote.

Salisbury Racecourse: Horse racing starts at 6:10, and your overview of that race:
Stamford Blue gets the call over Digital, with Binnion Bay, Imperium and Gracie's Gift all expected to make their presence felt. Stamford Blue produced a fine turn of foot to return to winning ways in an apprentice affair over seven furlongs here last week, and a look at the weights reveals that he has an outstanding chance of following up today. In fact he can now meet the third, Digital, on 8lb better terms despite finishing in front of that rival. Digital surprised his legion of supporters when attempting to make all last week, as he is normally held up. Mick Channon's old stager bowled along happily until headed, and if the same tactics are employed by Michelle Saunders, the pair may well be in the shake-up again, without being good enough. Binnion Bay had been in terrific form on the all-weather before scoring back on turf under a strong ride from Lorraine Ellison at Lingfield 12-days ago. He looks set to play a part along with Imperium who will not mind the drop back to six furlongs at all. Gracie's Gift was touched off by a neck in a similar race to this over the course-and-distance 18-days ago, and the slightly easier ground will help, so he is yet another in with a shout, but the selection is Stamford Blue.

Good luck to everyone betting on these horse races.


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