Salisbury Racecards Horse Racing Tips: Thursday, 16th May 2024

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Salisbury 14:00

Al Basti Equiworld, Dubai Apprentice Handicap (Part Of Racing Excellence – No Whips To Be Used)

  •  4yo+, 8 Runners
  •  Flat,Turf , 6f , SOFT, Heavy in places (GoingStick: 5.6)
  •  Winner £3,926, 2nd £1,842, 3rd £920, 4th £461, 5th £230

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  • Willingly (4/1, Betvictor)
    • Jockey: Oliver Timms | Trainer: Mark Usher
    • Consistent in recent outings and relishes soft ground; a strong contender.
  • Big Bard (3/1, Bet365)
    • Jockey: Anna Gibson | Trainer: Gary & Josh Moore
    • Inconsistent but capable when fresh; on a winning mark.
  • Royal Bliss (9/1, Unibet)
    • Jockey: Ryan Kavanagh | Trainer: Amy Murphy
    • Best performances have come at 7f; needs to show more on return from a break.
  • San Francisco Bay (5/1, Bet365)
    • Jockey: Jack Enright | Trainer: Henry Candy
    • Solid reappearance run on the AW; yet to race on soft ground.
  • Beau Jardine (11/2, Betvictor)
    • Jockey: Shariq Mohd | Trainer: Rachel Cook & John Bridger
    • Previous C&D winner, ran well here recently; can improve further.
  • Roman Spring (11/1, Unibet)
    • Jockey: Molly Gunn | Trainer: Rachel Cook & John Bridger
    • Yet to win a race, form has regressed; needs to step up.
  • Katar (33/1, Bet365)
    • Jockey: Joe Bradnam | Trainer: Richenda Ford
    • Longstanding maiden; unlikely to find improvement here.
  • Destiny’s Spirit (18/1, Unibet)
    • Jockey: Alex Fielding | Trainer: Dominic Ffrench Davis
    • Showed potential at Chepstow; could be turning a corner.

Verdict

Beau Jardine edges out Willingly as our top pick, with both horses showing promising form recently. San Francisco Bay and Big Bard also have strong chances in this open race.

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Salisbury 14:30

Al Basti Equiworld Dubai “City Bowl” Handicap

  •  4yo+, 12 Runners
  •  Flat,Turf , 1m 6f 44y , SOFT, Heavy in places (GoingStick: 5.6)
  •  Winner £12,370, 2nd £5,801, 3rd £2,902, 4th £1,450, 5th £725, 6th £362

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  • Alright Sunshine (50/1, Bet365)
    • Jockey: Trevor Whelan | Trainer: Mike Murphy & Michael Keady
    • This veteran still has potential, but his recent refusals make him a risky bet.
  • The Goat (11/2, Betvictor)
    • Jockey: David Probert | Trainer: Andrew Balding
    • Well-handicapped on his best form, he could bounce back to winning ways.
  • Circuit Breaker (5/1, Unibet)
    • Jockey: Cieren Fallon | Trainer: Jonjo & A J O’Neill
    • Showed promise with a third-place finish last time; might improve with a longer trip.
  • Torcello (11/1, Bet365)
    • Jockey: Robert Havlin | Trainer: Shaun Lycett
    • A reliable performer in staying handicaps, especially when the ground is soft.
  • Kyle Of Lochalsh (9/1, Betvictor)
    • Jockey: Billy Loughnane | Trainer: Hughie Morrison
    • Needs to prove himself on softer ground after a quiet seasonal debut.
  • Rathgar (15/2, Unibet)
    • Jockey: Charles Bishop | Trainer: Jack Channon
    • Recent winner at Goodwood; faces tougher opposition here.
  • Pawapuri (5/2, Bet365)
    • Jockey: Richard Kingscote | Trainer: Nicky Henderson
    • Dual winner on the flat for previous yard and successful over hurdles; holds strong potential.
  • Duke Of Verona (13/2, Betvictor)
    • Jockey: Pat Cosgrave | Trainer: Harry Eustace
    • Encouraging run at Epsom on stable debut; could be in the mix.
  • Ocean Heights (20/1, Unibet)
    • Jockey: Finley Marsh | Trainer: David Pipe
    • Needs to show improvement on turf after a disappointing AW run.
  • Ellerton (25/1, Bet365)
  • Jockey: Luke Morris | Trainer: Syd Hosie
  • Struggled over hurdles; needs a big step forward back on the flat.
  • Hurtle Wallop (20/1, Betvictor)
  • Jockey: Daniel Muscutt | Trainer: Jim Boyle
  • Temperamental; didn’t look straightforward on recent run.
  • Military Tycoon (20/1, Unibet)
  • Jockey: Jack Enright | Trainer: Neil Mulholland
  • Form over hurdles is disappointing; needs to bounce back.

Verdict

Torcello is our top pick, with his proven ability in staying handicaps on testing ground. Pawapuri and Duke Of Verona are also strong contenders, while Circuit Breaker may benefit from the step up in trip.

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Salisbury 15:00

Byerley Stud British EBF Novice Stakes (GBB Race)

  •  2yo, 6 Runners
  •  Flat,Turf , 5f , SOFT, Heavy in places (GoingStick: 5.6)
  •  Winner £5,400, 2nd £2,535, 3rd £1,268, 4th £634

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  • Pont Neuf (4/1, Bet365)
    • Jockey: Charles Bishop | Trainer: Eve Johnson Houghton
    • Impressive winner at Kempton, now must handle a weight penalty against promising newcomers.
  • Amerjeet (7/1, Betvictor)
    • Jockey: Luke Morris | Trainer: Archie Watson
    • Showed potential in both starts; headgear may help him find improvement.
  • Blinky (11/1, Unibet)
    • Jockey: Saffie Osborne | Trainer: Ed Walker
    • Expensive yearling with a pedigree suggesting speed; could surprise on debut.
  • Megalithic (5/1, Bet365)
    • Jockey: Hector Crouch | Trainer: Ralph Beckett
    • High-priced yearling from a yard that won this race last year; watch the market.
  • Mythical Composer (6/1, Betvictor)
    • Jockey: Richard Kingscote | Trainer: Clive Cox
    • Well-bred for speed; could be an exciting newcomer.
  • Kassaya (7/4, Unibet)
    • Jockey: David Probert | Trainer: Andrew Balding
    • A million-guinea foal and half-sister to multiple winners, including 2,000 Guineas victor Chaldean.

Verdict

Mythical Composer is an intriguing debutant with a speedy pedigree. Pont Neuf brings winning form but faces a tough task under a penalty. Kassaya is another to watch closely, given her exceptional breeding.

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Salisbury 15:30

Ronald Hibberd Memorial Handicap

  •  3yo, 10 Runners
  •  Flat,Turf , 6f , SOFT, Heavy in places (GoingStick: 5.6)
  •  Winner £3,926, 2nd £1,842, 3rd £920, 4th £461, 5th £230

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  • Revenue (11/1, Bet365)
    • Jockey: Georgia Dobie | Trainer: Eve Johnson Houghton
    • Struggled in recent handicaps; needs to show more to be competitive here.
  • Miss Stormy Night (5/2, Betvictor)
    • Jockey: Richard Kingscote | Trainer: Clive Cox
    • Consistent performer, narrowly missed out last time, should be in the mix again.
  • Dame Darcey (9/1, Unibet)
    • Jockey: Saffie Osborne | Trainer: Ed Walker
    • Competitive in her last few runs; could benefit from the hood today.
  • Monkey Miss (9/4, Bet365)
    • Jockey: Luke Morris | Trainer: Daniel & Claire Kubler
    • Impressive winner at Bath; penalty might not stop her from another good run.
  • Layoftheland (11/2, Betvictor)
    • Jockey: Jack Enright | Trainer: Sean Davis
    • Showed improvement with a runner-up finish last time; could go one better here.
  • Thunderous Love (25/1, Unibet)
    • Jockey: Olivia Tubb | Trainer: Jonathan Portman
    • Needs to improve significantly after failing to beat a rival in her last two starts.
  • Trois Blancs (14/1, Bet365)
    • Jockey: Billy Loughnane | Trainer: Richard Price
    • Struggled to make an impact recently; drop to 6f could help.
  • Black Jack Davey (12/1, Betvictor)
    • Jockey: Shariq Mohd | Trainer: Rachel Cook & John Bridger
    • Needs to improve but has shown some promise off this mark before.
  • Si Si La Bonne (20/1, Unibet)
    • Jockey: Trevor Whelan | Trainer: Jonathan Portman
    • Not progressed as expected this season; needs to bounce back.
  • Dream Of Keda (66/1, Bet365)
    • Jockey: William Cox | Trainer: Rachel Cook & John Bridger
    • Yet to show any form in handicaps; unlikely to feature.

Verdict

Monkey Miss is tipped to follow up her recent Bath win, while Miss Stormy Night should run well again. Layoftheland is also worth considering after a strong second-place finish last time.

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Salisbury 16:00

Al Basti Equiworld, Dubai Novice Stakes (Colts & Geldings)

  •  3yo+, 9 Runners
  •  Flat,Turf , 1m 1f 201y , SOFT, Heavy in places (GoingStick: 5.6)
  •  Winner £4,860, 2nd £2,282, 3rd £1,141, 4th £571

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Poncho (11/1, Bet365)

  • Jockey: Rhys Clutterbuck | Trainer: Gary & Josh Moore
  • Experienced hurdler stepping into flat racing, may find this contest challenging.

Bye Bye Salam (9/2, Betvictor)

  • Jockey: David Probert | Trainer: Andrew Balding
  • Nicely bred colt, half-brother to a solid performer; should show improvement.

Crown Of India (14/1, Unibet)

  • Jockey: Saffie Osborne | Trainer: Ed Walker
  • Showed little on debut but should benefit from the experience.

Kingkeer (6/1, Bet365)

  • Jockey: Billy Loughnane | Trainer: Hughie Morrison
  • Fourth on debut over a similar trip; potential to improve here.

Mamdoh (14/1, Betvictor)

  • Jockey: Richard Kingscote | Trainer: Owen Burrows
  • Unimpressive in both starts so far, needs to show more to feature.

Master Builder (15/8, Unibet)

  • Jockey: Benoit De La Sayette | Trainer: David Menuisier
  • Promising second on debut, should improve and be a strong contender.

Mr Cliff (80/1, Bet365)

  • Jockey: Luke Morris | Trainer: Laura Mongan
  • Disappointing on debut; significant improvement needed.

Signalman (7/2, Betvictor)

  • Jockey: Robert Havlin | Trainer: John & Thady Gosden
  • Midfield on sole start last year; likely to improve and be competitive.

Subsequent (20/1, Unibet)

  • Jockey: Hayley Turner | Trainer: Andrew Balding
  • Unfancied on debut and finished well beaten; needs a big step forward.

Verdict

Master Builder is favored to build on his promising debut and secure a win. Signalman could offer stiff competition, while Bye Bye Salam is another to consider for the places.

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Salisbury 16:32

Al Basti Equiworld, Dubai Fillies’ Novice Stakes (GBB Race)

  •  3yo+, 14 Runners
  •  Flat,Turf , 1m 1f 201y , SOFT, Heavy in places (GoingStick: 5.6)
  •  Winner £4,860, 2nd £2,282, 3rd £1,141, 4th £571

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  1. French Mistress (14/1, Betvictor)
    • Jockey: Benoit De La Sayette | Trainer: Kevin Philippart De Foy
    • Nicely bred filly, but the immediate use of headgear raises some concerns.
  2. Solid Silver (25/1, Unibet)
    • Jockey: Luke Morris | Trainer: Sir Mark Prescott Bt
    • Has shown some promise in previous runs; faces tough competition here.
  3. Balletic (11/2, Bet365)
    • Jockey: Billy Loughnane | Trainer: Ralph Beckett
    • Displayed potential in initial races, expected to improve further.
  4. Birkin (7/1, Betvictor)
    • Jockey: Charles Bishop | Trainer: John & Thady Gosden
    • Well-bred and from a notable stable, might need this run for experience.
  5. Catch The Light (8/1, Unibet)
    • Jockey: David Probert | Trainer: Andrew Balding
    • Disappointing on debut, but improvement is expected from this well-bred filly.
  6. Faifa (4/1, Bet365)
    • Jockey: Robert Havlin | Trainer: John & Thady Gosden
    • Expensive yearling, related to top-level winners; should be competitive.
  7. Galaxy Princess (20/1, Betvictor)
    • Jockey: Rhys Clutterbuck | Trainer: Ralph Beckett
    • Finished behind some of these last time, needs to improve.
  8. Ghost Story (40/1, Unibet)
    • Jockey: Trevor Whelan | Trainer: John Butler
    • Waldgeist filly, likely to need this initial race for experience.
  9. Muqinah (12/1, Bet365)
    • Jockey: Richard Kingscote | Trainer: Owen Burrows
    • Green on debut, should learn from that and improve here.
  10. Oxford Comma (7/4, Betvictor)
    • Jockey: Hector Crouch | Trainer: Ralph Beckett
    • Promising debut last season, this longer trip should suit her well.
  11. Power Of Destiny (10/1, Unibet)
    • Jockey: Saffie Osborne | Trainer: Sir Michael Stoute
    • Nicely bred and from a top stable, should be monitored closely.
  12. Tango Sunset (33/1, Bet365)
    • Jockey: Lewis Edmunds | Trainer: Roger Teal
    • Related to useful winners, but best watched for now.

Verdict

Oxford Comma is expected to build on her promising debut and win this race. Faifa and Power Of Destiny are likely to provide the strongest challenge.

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Salisbury 17:02

Myddelton & Major Handicap

  •  3yo, 6 Runners
  •  Flat,Turf , 1m 4f 5y , SOFT, Heavy in places (GoingStick: 5.6)
  •  Winner £4,580, 2nd £2,149, 3rd £1,074, 4th £537, 5th £268

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  • War Director (16/1, Betvictor)
    • Jockey: Billy Loughnane | Trainer: David Menuisier
    • Showed some potential as a 2-year-old, making seasonal and handicap debut here.
  • Cracker Star (4/1, Unibet)
    • Jockey: Pat Dobbs | Trainer: Richard Hughes
    • Improved form on the all-weather in two handicap seconds this season.
  • Aulis (8/1, Bet365)
    • Jockey: Hector Crouch | Trainer: Ralph Beckett
    • His all-weather form is better than on turf; has potential based on his third on AW.
  • East India Dock (11/2, Betvictor)
    • Jockey: Robert Havlin | Trainer: James Fanshawe
    • Just missed out on a win at Yarmouth (1m2f) in a handicap debut; expected to be competitive.
  • Spartan Warrior (5/2, Unibet)
    • Jockey: Trevor Whelan | Trainer: Ollie Sangster
    • Won his last two races at Beverley; carries a penalty for the latest win.
  • Warmonger (15/8, Bet365)
    • Jockey: Luke Morris | Trainer: Sir Mark Prescott Bt
    • No form to show from his 2-year-old campaign but improvement is anticipated now.

Verdict

East India Dock looks promising on his recent Yarmouth run and is expected to perform well. Warmonger and Spartan Warrior are also strong contenders.

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