Tuesday’s 37/1 Trainer Treble

John Gosden and Frankie Dettori at York on day one of the Dante Meeting

A huge weekend’s racing has been and gone with the final classics of the season going the way of Logician at Doncaster and Search For A Song over in Ireland. With eighteen Group races over the past few days, this week has a lot to live up to, although with the Ayr Gold Cup meeting starting on Thursday we’re certainly not short of competitive racing.

We’ve had a look at five to take away from the weekend’s racing, and we have our Horse Racing Tips live on site as usual. With tips from Chepstow, Redcar and Yarmouth this afternoon and evening action from Galway and Newcastle, there’s no shortage of betting opportunities. Here’s three runners from today running for in-form yards that caught the eye.

15:10 Yarmouth El Misk

It’s something of a given that John Gosden’s string are flying, with seventeen of his 41 runners over the past fortnight scoring. Fresh from the weekend’s Group One double of the St. Leger and Prix Vermeille, he sends El Misk to Yarmouth.

Both his sole runner and Frankie Dettori’s only mount of the day, he’s already worth special attention. Added to that the impressive course record of the Gosden stable, with five winners from ten runners at the Norfolk track this year (the last four winning), it’s no wonder he’s a warm favourite.

A ready winner on handicap debut when stepped up to twelve furlongs, overcoming one seeking a four-timer, he should be able to defy a six pound rise in the weights and gain his third win from five career starts.

15:50 Chepstow Anfield Girl

Tom Dascombe’s yard are ticking along nicely with six winners over the past fortnight. He sends Anfield Girl, his daughter of Starspangledbanner, to Chepstow for her third start, a venue at which he has had two winners from five runners this year.

She’s bumped into some very useful performers in her first two runs. Beaten little more than a length on debut over six, she was behind one who’s scored three times since and was beaten just a nose in a Canadian Group One. Stepped up to seven subsequently, she led for much of the way before being headed late home by one who’s since won the Solera.

Today’s assignment looks considerably less competitive, and she’s under the expert guidance of Richard Kingscote. He’s ridden four winners for Dascombe over the past two weeks, and has only missed out on the frame in three of his fourteen runners at Chepstow this year.

18:00 Newcastle Wise Ruler

There are few trainers around who can claim to be in better form than John Gosden, the exception being Simon Crisford. With winners from six of his last nine in the UK, with A’Ali winning the Flying Childers at Doncaster, he’ll be full of confidence sending Wise Ruler from Newmarket to Newcastle this evening.

Despite the considerable distance between stable and track, he’s made a habit of returning south with the spoils from the Tapeta course. He’s had eight winners there over the past year, including Wise Ruler who landed a novice event over ten furlongs with ease last month.

Ridden by Jack Mitchell once again, who’s partnered three winners from six rides for the yard there over the past year, he’ll relish the step up to twelve furlongs and is far from excessively treated from a mark of 86.

The treble can be backed at 37/1, best price at time of writing.

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