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4.20pm Windsor tips for Monday's Class 3. A field of twelve go to post for the fifth race of the day at Windsor on Monday. Read on for our free betting tips, predictions and analysis.

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IN SUMMARY: The one who stands out is MOBSTA, who came blasting home at Doncaster on his return last month, badly hampered at a crucial stage. He remains on the same mark and he’s pitched into an easier race, still extremely well treated on past exploits. He’s entitled to come on for that run and should prove very tough to beat here. Blaine was hugely disappointing when last seen, but he won on seasonal debut last campaign off five pounds higher and could out-run his odds at a massive price.

Blaine silk
J: Jamie Spencer T: Brian Barr
Form figures from his last five runs read 00000, falling five pounds below his last winning mark. Softer ground is not an issue and his latest win came in a higher grade on his return. He does obviously have plenty to prove after his poor runs when last seen, but he could out-run his odds for a place.
Mobsta silk
J: Silvestre De Sousa T: Mick Channon
Looked to be back on form at Doncaster on his latest start, finishing fourth after being badly hampered late on. He arrives here off the same mark and he should be all the better for that run. He should prove extremely tough to beat given the ground has also gone into his favour.
Clear Spring silk
Clear Spring
J: Adam Kirby T: John Spearing
Relishes softer going but he's been well beaten the last twice since winning at Salisbury in October. He's still well treated on previous form, but at the age of ten he's clearly not as talented as he once was. This mark demands better than he showed throughout last season and others are preferred.
Major Pusey silk
Major Pusey
J: Hector Crouch T: John Gallagher
Made his return from an absence when third at Bath last month, finishing a long way behind Glory Of Paris. His current mark looks very stiff on what he showed last season and he's a very infrequent winner. Given what we know, he's best watched today.
Titan Goddess silk
Titan Goddess
J: Nicola Currie T: Mike Murphy
Front-runner who has done all her racing at seven furlongs and beyond, making her debut at this distance. She's also never raced on softer ground, well held on 'good to soft' on her only attempt. Given how much she has to prove, she couldn't be recommended.
Tawny Port silk
Tawny Port
J: Tom Eaves T: James Given
Won on heavy at Haydock as a two year old, only seen once in 2017 when he was well beaten at York on softer ground. He now has another absence to overcome and he doesn't look paticuarly well treated at present. Enough to prove.
Cincuenta Pasos silk
Cincuenta Pasos
J: Rob Hornby T: Joseph Tuite
Won at Chepstow in September 2016 but that was his last effort of note, not finishing best than seventh in six runs since. He now has a long absence to overcome and although he'll relish the ground, it's very difficult to predict how he'll go today. Others look far more solid.
Giant Spark silk
Giant Spark
J: Luke Morris T: Paul Midgley
Losing run stretches back to October 2016, well held on his return at Doncaster behind Mobsta last month. He may have needed that run and he's fallen a long way down the weights, but he didn't show enough last year to suggest he was ready to take advantage.
Nightingale Valley silk
Nightingale Valley
J: Oisin Murphy T: Stuart Kittow
Course and distance scorer who placed at Epsom two starts ago, unable to match that form when last seen in August. She won fresh last season so that shouldn't be a barrier for her but whether she's currently on a winnable mark is a big question mark.
Bahamian Dollar silk
Bahamian Dollar
J: David Egan T: David Evans
Won last season off three pounds higher, unable to deal with a poor draw at Kempton on his latest start. That effort can be forgiven and he's capable off this mark, but the main concern comes from softer ground, which he's avoided for most of his career.
Poet's Princess silk
Poet's Princess
J: Kieran O'Neill T: Hughie Morrison
Four year old who hasn't won now since June 2016, which came in a Fillies' Novice race. She was behind Clear Spring when third at Salisbury in October, well held on her only previous run fresh. On that evidence, a stronger case can be made for her rivals.
Glory Of Paris silk
Glory Of Paris
J: John Egan T: Rod Millman
Has been in good form in recent starts, finishing a neck second at Bath last month when ahead of Major Pusey. He's now two pounds higher but his all weather form suggests he's still on a handy mark. His yard are in great form and he's got frame claims.

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21-04-2018 04:55:27am