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Festival Plate tips for March's Grade 3 race. The old Mildmay of Flete has always been one of the most intriguing races of the week, the last two winners second and first at Grade 1 level subsequently. Read on for our free betting tips, predictions and analysis.

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IN SUMMARY: This looks to have been laid out for KING’S SOCKS, who ran a massive race on the back of a huge absence on stable debut last month. The two horses ahead of him are very useful and he makes his handicap debut off a very lenient mark. He’ll love conditions and with David Pipe winning this contest three times in the past eight years, he will certainly do for us today.

Pougne Bobbi
J: Jeremiah McGrath T: Nicky Henderson
Finally backed up some earlier potential when storming clear to win at Huntingdon last time, though that was in a Class 3 contest. With his poor record in Class 2 level, he looks to be facing an uphill battle today.
Midnight Shot
J: Jonathan Burke T: Charlie Longsdon
Six pounds above his last winning mark, weakening late on over course and distance when last seen in October. A 138 day absence is a worry and this mark demands a far and away career best in a very tough field.
King's Socks
J: Tom Scudamore T: David Pipe
Making his British debut when third behind Modus at Kempton last month, his first run for a very long time. This yard has won this race three times in the past eight years and this mark looks to underestimate him on handicap debut. Very interesting runner who cannot be ignored.
J: Niall Madden T: Harry Fry
Progressive earlier in the campaign before being outclassed by Saint Calvados at Warwick last month. He returns to handicaps off a very stiff mark, twelve pounds above his last winning mark. He could have still more to offer, but others do look better handicapped. Better ground would have been preferred.
J: Harry Cobden T: Colin Tizzard
Has a race in him off this mark but has been well held on two of his last three runs, pulled up over course and distance when last seen in January. On the back of that dismal performance, he’s impossible to put forward.
King's Odyssey
J: Adam Wedge T: Evan Williams
Has placed on his last two starts in big field handicaps at this venue, the latest of which behind Frodon over over course and distance. That form has worked out extremely well and he remains on the same mark, with today’s ground ideal. Should run a big race despite his odds.
Guitar Pete
J: Ryan Day T: Nicky Richards
Great performance to win over course and distance in December, still tanking alone off this mark last time before coming down at the halfway stage. He’ll love the ground and his extra stamina will come in handy, so there is no reason why he couldn’t run a big race for the minor honours.
Splash Of Ginge
J: Jamie Bargary T: Nigel Twiston-Davies
Admirable ten year old who had his day in the sun at this venue in the BetVictor Gold Cup earlier this season, struggling on all three of his runs since. He remains three pounds above his last winning mark and he looks booked for another struggle.
Shanahan's Turn
J: Paul O'Brien T: Colin Tizzard
Won the Galway Plate of 2015 off five pounds higher, but he’s badly lost his way since and makes only his second start for this yard after a wind operation. There wasn’t enough to suggest he was up to this level on his return though, which dampens his claims somewhat.
J: Tom O'Brien T: Ian Williams
Won the 2016 Close Brothers off two pounds higher, pulled up at Kempton last time in disappointing fashion. His current mark is obviously very attractive but he’s now eleven and he faces some up and coming rivals. Cannot be recommended today.
Willie Boy
J: B. J. Cooper T: Venetia Williams
Progressive over fences prior to a very disappointing run at Newbury where he weakened tamely when headed. He remains on the same mark and needs to bounce back in a much tougher race. That couldn’t be discounted but better ground surely would have been preferred. Plenty of negatives.
J: Barry Geraghty T: Paul Nicholls
Has run three solid races in novice company the last thrice, with his latest third to Kalondra and Coo Star Sivola working out extremely well. He makes his handicap debut over fences off an attractive mark, but really tacky ground presents a concern.
Romain De Senam
J: Sam Twiston-Davies T: Paul Nicholls
Won twice back in October but has been well held the last twice, including at this venue last time. He remains on a tricky mark and he'd much prefer ‘good’ being in the going description. Others look to be far more solid propositions.
J: Daryl Jacob T: Nigel Twiston-Davies
Impressive win at Market Rasen back in December off four pounds lower, struggling to get near that form in three runs since. He was well held at Kempton last time and although this is easier back in handicaps, he’s starting to become frustrating.
Tully East
J: Denis O'Regan T: Alan Fleming, Ireland
Won the Close Brothers at this meeting twelve months ago, arriving this year off eight pounds higher. He placed off two pounds lower at Leopardstown last time and he now steps up in distance today which will suit massively. He goes on softer ground and holds leading claims.
Last Goodbye
J: Sean Flanagan T: Miss Elizabeth Doyle, Ireland
Posted a career best effort by some margin with a devastating turn of foot at Leopardstown last month, winning by a wide margin. He’s now twelve pounds higher but he remains interesting with that new piece of headgear retained. He’ll love the ground and has to be considered a contender.
Go Conquer
J: Aidan Coleman T: Jonjo O'Neill
Won twice earlier this season but has unseated and been well beaten off his new mark the last twice. He wasn’t disgraced at Kempton last time, but ultimately he was beaten eight lengths. He should make a bold bid from the front but should just fade out of things late on.
The Storyteller
J: Davy Russell T: Gordon Elliott, Ireland
Novice who has been set some tough tasks on all three of his chasing starts thus far. He now drops into handicaps off a useful mark, but his lack of jumping experience is a niggling concern but if it doesn’t hold him back, he’s an each way contender.
J: Harry Skelton T: Dan Skelton
Career best effort to win a competitive handicap at Newbury last month, winning by half a length. A two pound rise for that effort isn’t harsh and he’s been given time to rest up since. He’s got winning form on better ground and has to be considered.
Quite By Chance
J: Paddy Brennan T: Colin Tizzard
Has been very inconsistent in recent times, struggling at Sandown last month in a weaker race than this. He’s down to a competitive mark but the blinkers would need to spark him back to near his very best. Can only be watched here.
Mercian Prince
J: Jack Quinlan T: Amy Murphy
Arrives to the contest on a hat-trick, scoring by a head at Wetherby last time, all out at the finish. He’s now three pounds higher in a tougher race and he needs further improvement to feature, but he’ll love the ground and could out-run his odds at a bigger price.
Traffic Fluide
J: Joshua Moore T: Gary Moore
Smart novice back in early 2017 but has lost his way completely this season, finally downgraded after some really tough runs earlier in the season. That said, it’s impossible to know where he is at present and despite this attractive mark, confidence is at a low.
Viconte Du Noyer
J: Robbie Power T: Colin Tizzard
First run since a wind operation, struggling for form in three runs this season. He pulled up over course and distance on New Year’s Day, now falling to a very attractive mark on his best. He’s won here before so is not discounted, but he comes with obvious risks attached.
Village Vic
J: Richard Johnson T: Philip Hobbs
Likeable veteran who tends to run his best races at this venue, but he’s failed to complete on both his runs this season. He carries top weight of 11st 12lb in a very competitive contest here and that is never going to be easy. He’s on a very tricky mark at his age and should find a few of these too strong.

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