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FANZONE (3.20) can get the party started for Liam Bailey on another cracking card at Musselburgh.
The gelding relished returning to seven furlongs when cosily dismissing Sir Maxi
over track and trip.
The five-year-old scored with plenty in hand so he can define a 4lb penalty for a yard who excels here.
Jungle Fever (1.45) should make a winning debut for Mark Johnston in the opener.
Joseph Parr is hitting form so I’m backing LUCAYAN (2.20) in the trappy fillies’ handicap.
The gray put in another excellent shift when third to Across The Nile on the Kempton all-weather.
The four-year-old is just as effective on Turf so she can summarize winning ways slightly up in trip.
Jim Goldie rarely leaves this venue empty-handed so I’m siding with THANK YOU QUEST (2.50).
The filly improved again for her new yard when a close third to Lednikov over course and distance.
The four-year-old remains well-treated so she can claim this weaker contest under Paul Mulrennan.
ALBEGONE (3.50) can maintain Tim Easterby’s tremendous run in the Racing TV Handicap.
The four-year-old produced a career best when comfortably denying Nodasgoodasawink at Ayr.
Th sprinter looks open to plenty of progress so he should make light of a well-deserved 4lb hike.
RUM GOING ON (4.20) can shrug off a welter-burden for thriving handler John Quinn.
Impressive here last month, the gelding was narrowly denied by Ey Up Its The Boss at Wetherby.
The three-year-old was staying-on gamely over seven furlongs so he can go one better up in trip.
WESTERN STARS (4.50) can continue Ed Dunlop’s winning streak in the closing maiden.
The gelding can prevail with a repeat of his fine second to the exciting Post Impressionist at Ayr.
GOLDEN GAL (2.30) can sparkle for shrewd Olli Pears in a competitive sprint at Catterick.
The filly improved again when brushing aside Brazen Akoya on the Wolverhampton all-weather.
The speedster is even better here so she can strike again under skilled 7lb claimer Ryan Sexton.
TIGER SPIRIT (4.00) looks deadly for ultra-shrewd Michael Herrington in the two-miler.
The mare remains nicely unexposed as a stayer after outbattling Yasmin From York at Redcar.
1.45 JUNGLE FEVER
2.50 THANK YOU QUEST
3.20 FANZONE (NAP)
4.20 RUM GOING ON
4.50 WESTERN STARS
2.30 GOLDEN GAL
3.00 HAVEN LADY
3.30 THE ARMED MAN
4.00 TIGER SPIRIT
1:40 BANG ON THE BELL
2.10 GLOBAL EFFORT
3.10 MISS SLIGO
3.40 MARITIME RULES
4.10 DUBAI ELEGANCE
4.40 FOUR FEET
5.13 DARK KRIS
5.05 CARP KID
5.40 RADIO GOO GOO
6.10 ADAAY IN ASIA
6.40 CATCH TWENTYTWO
7.10 ROYAL AVIATION
7.40 DUBAI LEADER
8.10 SASSI NERI
5.20 STEADY THE SHIP
6.20 TREYARNON BAY
6.50 CLEAR THE RUNWAY
7.20 COASTGUARD STATION
8.20 WHISPERING GYPSY
5.00 THE PARGEY BEE
6.00 SWAN BAY
7.00 DREAM DEAL
George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.