A double dose of all-weather excitement on Friday as potential Classic rivals head to Newcastle with a competitive card at Wolverhampton, Live on Sky Sports Racing.
7:39 Newcastle – Roaring lion goes to Qatar race
A whole host of big-name players and coaches come to Gosforth Park to British Brits EBF Future Stayers Novice Stakes (7:39)With derbies and jeans galore for two-year-olds.
One of the most interesting entries is the roaring lion pony brave lion For Michael Bell’s first team he raced in the Qatar racing colors the superstar was famous for, which is unfortunately no longer with us.
Lucille won awards last year by sending a slash Mutasim At Hugo Palmer’s team race, with Ben Curtis in the saddle.
moving Perhaps fallen from the favourite, having finished first behind subsequent winners Victory Dance and Bresson in making his debut with Simon and Ed Crisford – he seems to be the most interesting of those running.
6:29 Newcastle – Sundheim Bogey continues his good race?
The testicular operation seems to have worked the magic Simply SondheimWho won four in a row for Georges Bougi’s side, jumped through the handicap ranks, and will lead the market in Race with vickers.bet Handicap (6:29).
Frankel-Colt Chemed He is an intriguing opponent, having fallen offside into Sir Michael Stout’s court after a series of bad kicks as his chances of winning were favored.
Last third time at Southwell provided encouragement, but there could be an even bigger contender Archmon For the yard Michael Dodds, who was a good third last time at Ayr.
6:40 Wolverhampton – Talamanca scores a hat-trick
To the south, at Dunstall Park, Richard Spencer aims Talamanca in the At The Races App Market Movers Nursicap Nursery (6:40)Having won his last two, including Monday’s Catrick, in a good way.
The two-year-old holds a penalty for back-to-back wins but still looks like he has a chance to be the favourite, only with Voy’s Kevin Philipart. from now on Already scoring a victory in his career.
He won at Bath on his debut but hasn’t done well since, making his all-weather debut with Callum Hutchinson taking 5lbs off his mount.
Watch all the races from Newcastle and Wolverhampton live on Sky Sports Racing on Friday 19th August.