Racing League leaders Wales & The West will intention to make house benefit rely at Chepstow throughout week two on the competitors, whereas there’s additionally flat motion from Brighton and Yarmouth on Thursday.
8.30 Chepstow – Atrium stars in £100k characteristic finale
Racegoers in Wales are more likely to be handled to an exhilarating finale as 13 line up for the £100,000 characteristic, the William Hill Bet In-Running Racing League Race 14 Handicap (8.30) over seven furlongs.
Charlie Fellowes has at all times held Atrium in excessive regard and he ought to go nicely for Crew East having bounced again to kind when touchdown a Doncaster handicap final month.
Ramazan has loved a stable marketing campaign, successful at Haydock on his penultimate run, earlier than working with credit score when ninth within the Worldwide at Ascot and can signify Richard Fahey and Crew North.
Pearl D’Or is one other to think about having gained at Ascot on his final outing as Adam Farragher takes the experience for Crew Eire.
Ready Kane, for Wales & The West, bounced again to his finest at Newmarket in June and arrives having run nicely in week one of many competitors at Yarmouth two weeks in the past.
4.00 Brighton – Al Azhar fancied for Problem Cup success
9 head to put up for the characteristic on the south coast, the Star Sports Brighton Challenge Cup Handicap (4.00) the place a number of look to carry claims.
Marcus Tregoning’s Al Azhar gained impressively at Wolverhampton when final seen in July and will go shut off this 3lb greater mark dropped again to 12 furlongs.
Hughie Morrison claimed this race with Raven Ark in 2021 earlier than Percy James was denied success within the stewards room final 12 months. Premiere Ligne represents the coach this season and tops the weights having completed second off this mark at Lingfield in June.
Alumnus could be hit-and-miss however put in a stable show at Goodwood six days in the past when despatched off at 66/1.
3.20 Yarmouth – Karat Karat takes on royal runner in scorching Novice
The Quinnbet Fillies’ Novice Stakes (3.20) might unearth a pleasant prospect as William Haggas’ Karat Karat stars below Tom Marquand.
A half-sister to elegant stablemate Al Aasy, the daughter of Australia made a promising begin at Newbury final month.
His Majesty The King and Her Majesty The Queen are represented by debutant Torchlight for John and Thady Gosden, with Kieran Shoemark sporting the royal silks.
Frankel filly Franberri price 200,000 guineas as a yearling and makes her first profession begin for Roger Varian and Jack Mitchell.