Horse racing at Haydock, Newmarket and Stratford
The following British horse racecourses have
events open for Friday, May 25th.
Best odds for those horse races are guaranteed
at the British online bookmaker
Haydock Racecourse: First race begins
at 2.10 at the Haydock.
The overview of the 2.10 race: Little Big Boy can make a winning
debut here at the main expense of She's Our Dream. Richard
Hannon's son of Danetime has already been gelded but was given a
favourable mention after Hannon's first juvenile winner (Fat
Boy) in April. The stable are flying at present and he can score
over this trip, as his dam did. She's Our Dream is entitled to
come on for her debut, the form of which has worked out well.
Structura has shown plenty of promise in two runs to date in
better races than this one and he must go close if putting his
experience to good use, whilst at a decent price newcomer El
Tato should be watched for market support. Little Big Boy can
land this opener.
Newmarket Racecourse: Horse racing
begins at 2.20 and last one starts at 5.15.
Overview of the first horse race: The short-listed three in the
opener are Dresden Doll, Liberty Belle and Pixie's Blue, with
the selection being Liberty Belle. You can build a case for just
about all of these runners and the betting might prove helpful
to you. Aberavon is related to some fair winners, including Nota
Bene; Danamight cost 54,000 euros; Dea Caelestis hails from
Henry Cecil's in-form yard and has likeable breeding; Dresden
Doll is a half-sister to, among others, Crimplene; Geestring
hails from Richard Hannon's powerful stable; Liberty Belle
finished fifth in a fair Listed race on her racecourse debut, so
she must be held in some regard; John Dunlop runs Night Skier;
Pixie's Blue improved on a fair debut run to be just touched off
over course and distance last time; Relinquished is well-related
and hails from the yard of Jeremy Noseda. See what we mean?
Watch the market but the vote goes to Liberty Belle.
Stratford Racecourse: First horse race
starts at 6.15 and last one at 8.45
Stratford 6.15 race overview: Former pointer and hunter chaser
Rye Brook looks to have been found a suitable opportunity to
open his account by trainer Paul Nicholls and is taken to do so
at the main expense of Pan The Man and Grouse Moor. The last
mentioned comes into this on the back of wins at Plumpton and
Huntingdon on his last two starts and has to be respected but
has a 7lb penalty to carry that may just anchor him today. Karoo
has been knocking on the door of late and may need some help
from the handicapper, while Huckster is hard to recommend on
recent evidence. Magical Harry has been running consistently
well but remains a maiden and may be best watched with a bigger
threat looking to come from recent dual Plumpton winner Pan The
Man. He also has a penalty to carry for his latest success
though and preference is for Rye Brook, who is taken to open his
account under rules.
Other racecourses open on Friday are: Portman
Park (first at 11.52), Sprint Valley (10.32), Tipperary (5.25),
Wexford (5.10) and Goodwood (2.00).
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the horse races on those tracks.