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Our tipsters' strongest bets for this meeting

Randox Health EBF Novice Stakes (Plus 10 Race) (Class 4)

KHAADEM was too green to show his true ability over course and distance on debut, but this 750,000gns son of Dark Angel should be a different proposition today. He holds a Group 1 entry next month and given his very attractive pedigree, he should be taking this on his way to better things. Tone The Barone has plenty of speed in his pedigree and could make a bold bid on debut.

Randox Health Handicap (Class 2)
Buffer Zone silk

Buffer Zone


BUFFER ZONE should be more comfortable on this better cushioned surface having not let himself down on quick ground last time. He travelled like a very smart horse on that occasion so the ability is there to make up into a Group class performer. Both Staxton and Neola will appreciate the recent rain that has fallen so head the list of dangers.

Randox Health Grey Horse Handicap (Class 4)
Goodnight Girl silk

Goodnight Girl


Case Key won this race last year and is now running from a three pounds lower mark. He cannot be ruled out, but preference is for GOODNIGHT GIRL who bolted up in a handicap at Windsor on Sunday and looks well treated here under a six-pound penalty. Vincenzo Coccotti finished third in this race last year and is not discounted for each-way purposes this afternoon.

15:55 Fillies' Nursery Handicap (Class 2)
Star Terms silk

Star Terms


It’s difficult to see past STAR TERMS, who improved plenty for the step up to this distance with a neck victory at Newbury in July. That form has worked out well since and her opening mark looks very lenient given she’s completely unexposed. Roxy Art also broke her maiden last time and should be competitive on turf debut.

16:30 Handicap (Class 2)
Sleeping Lion silk

Sleeping Lion


SLEEPING LION was not disgraced in his bid for a hat-trick last time out and this smaller field should suit him. If continuing his improvement he should be difficult to beat. Great Hall was well beaten over this course and distance last time out, but it would not be a major surprise were he to post a much better effort now back on this softer ground.

Randox Handicap (Class 4)
Scaramanga silk



SCARAMANGA produced his best effort in novice races when a very good third at Doncaster earlier in the month. He’s been steadily progressive throughout his career thus far and should have plenty more to offer now he’s upped in trip on handicap debut. Dubawi Prince hasn’t been seen since April 2017 but does retain potential, so couldn’t be discounted.

Randox Food Handicap (Class 4)
Highlight Reel silk

Highlight Reel


Preference is for HIGHLIGHT REEL, who is a previous course and distance winner and arrives here on an attractive handicap mark. Bertog has Andrea Atzeni aboard for the first time this afternoon and looks the strongest forecast option.


Rank Jockey Name Runs Wins Win %
1st James Doyle 226 54 24
2nd Ryan Moore 169 33 20
3rd William Buick 196 33 17
4th Harry Bentley 156 28 18
5th Silvestre De Sousa 191 27 14


Rank Trainer Name Runs Wins Win %
1st Richard Hannon 396 53 13
2nd Charlie Appleby 222 46 21
3rd Mark Johnston 226 44 19
4th John Gosden 221 36 16
5th Saeed bin Suroor 106 26 25
Newmarket (July) Flat,Flat Course

Tips for Newmarket July Course

The Newmarket July Course is one of two courses at Newmarket – the other course is the Rowley Mile, used most of the year. It hosts two of Newmarket’s nine yearly Group 1 races. It is also known as the summer course.

Our Newmarket tips will cover both the courses.

Course: The July Course features a straight mile known as the Bunbury Mile. It features a long downhill section followed by an uphill furlong to the finish, which can see horses empty out on the run in. For longer distances, there is a downhill run and a single bend onto the straight mile. These features can make it difficult for younger, less experienced horses to conserve energy for the finishing furlong.

Draw Bias: There is currently little to no draw bias at Newmarket July Course.

Feature Race: The Falmouth Stakes in July is a one mile Group 1 race, but the biggest race of the year at the Newmarket July Course is the July Cup. A six furlong sprint, this Group 1 was first run in 1876 and is held on the third day of the Newmarket July Festival meeting.


Newmarket Racecourse, Newmarket, Suffolk, CB8 0TF.

General Admission

see or phone 0344 579 3010

How to Get There

Air - 11m, Cambridge Airport; light aircraft on Rowley Mile Course.
Road - SW of town on A11 London road. M11(Jctn9).
Rail - 13m, Cambridge Stn or express coach link (ev 15mins) with Stansted Express at Airport both from London Liverpool Street. Direct bus service to course, hourly rail service to Newmarket Stn, 2m from course.


Public Parking and Coaches Free

Disabled Facilities

Good viewing and toilet facilities.

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