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2019 July Meeting day two tips – Five horses to back with Mr Green on Falmouth Stakes day

Daahyeh is fancied to follow up her Royal Ascot triumph with another victory at Newmarket.

We take a look through the card on day two of the July Festival and pick out five horses to back using Mr Green’s special welcome offer on Friday 12th July.

The second day of the July Meeting sees the first Group One action of the week, as six talented fillies fight for supremacy in the Falmouth Stakes. Along with that feature contest, there’s a thrilling renewal of the Duchess Of Cambridge Stakes to take in and a couple of intriguing handicaps.

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2019 July Meeting Day Two Tips

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Mark Johnston has won two of the previous three renewals of this handicap and he will be hoping either Oasis Prince or The Trader can hand him another victory. Good Birthday ran an excellent race in the London Gold Cup and should be more comfortable back over this trip.

Migration could be suited by the step up in trip and Walkinthesand has the quality to carry top-weight to the title. A case can be made for most at the head of the market in fact, so it could be worth chancing your arm with an unexposed runner sitting on a much longer price and the one who stands out for me is ALLMANKIND.

After making his debut behind Al Hilalee in the seven furlong maiden on this day last year, Michael Bell’s colt finished second at Yarmouth and third behind Line Of Duty and Pablo Escobar in another maiden at Glorious Goodwood. Allmankind then lived up to his odds-on price tag to break his duck at Chelmsford on his final two-year-old start, carting clear of a future two-time winner and Le Bon De Vie – who beat a few of these during the Epsom Derby Festival – by a convincing six-length margin.

Bell handed his colt a very difficult assignment on his reappearance, throwing Allmankind into the Dee Stakes at Chester. The 12/1 shot was forced to make the running that day and faded rapidly on soft ground as Circus Maximus came through to claim victory, finishing last of the six runners which, considering he was the lowest rated runner, was an understandable result.

This will be a completely different test to that Listed contest and Allmankind could be very well treated as he makes his handicap debut off a mark of 89. Clifford Lee will be high on confidence too, having ridden four winners in ten rides so far this month.

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After the excellent editions of recent seasons, with superstars like Alpha Centauri and Alice Springs wowing the July Meeting faithful, this year’s renewal of the Falmouth is rather underwhelming. One Master and I Can Fly both ran nicely enough to place third in their respective races at Royal Ascot, but I’d be disappointed if either managed to claim Group One glory and I’m keen to take the market leaders on.

Qabala’s scoped poorly after that flop in the Irish Guineas and, if Roger Varian’s filly can return to the form she showed in the British Guineas and during her impressive Nell Gwyn victory, she could be the fourth three-year-old on the bounce to win this Group One. There are, however, certain fitness doubt surrounding Andrea Atzeni’s mount, so it’s with BESHAAYIR where I’m going to pin my colours.

William Haggas’ filly showed flashes of brilliance during her three-year-old campaign. Sandwiched either side of two fairly underwhelming performances were a couple of eye-catching victories, first in handicap company at Ascot before scoring in the Listed Rosemary Stakes at Newmarket at the end of her campaign.

Beshaayir was then an 8/1 outsider as she made her return in the Group Two Lanwades Stud Stakes at the Curragh. I Can Fly was the well-backed favourite that day, but she couldn’t lay a glove on Haggas’ front-runner, who clocked a solid time under Frankie Dettori in securing a near-two length victory.

Haggas bypassed Ascot when the ground came up soft, so Behsaayir should relish the underfoot conditions this week. With James Doyle booked to ride One Master, Dettori will renew his partnership with Beshaayir and I’m hoping the enigmatic Italian will get his fractions spot on once again and end, what has been a very difficult week for William and Maureen Haggas, on an almighty high.

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2:25pm Duchess Of Cambridge Stakes (Sponsored By bet365) (Group 2) 6f

This really is an excellent renewal of the Duchess Of Cambridge Stakes, drawing together the form lines of the Queen Mary and Albany Stakes from Royal Ascot. Raffle Prize could relish the return to six furlongs after winning over a shorter trip at Ascot. Yet, DAAHYEH got the better of her rival when they clashed on debut and I don’t see any reason why the tables will be turned on Friday.

Rover Varian’s filly took aim at the pace-setting Raffle Prize when the duo made their debut on the Rowley Mile and showed her rival a clean set of heels as she scooted clear in the final furlong. Daahyeh built on that performance in the Albany at Ascot, holding off a spirited challenge from Celtic Beauty to maintain her unbeaten record.

David Egan keeps his place in the saddle as Daahyeh steps foot on firm ground for the first time and her breeding suggests she should take kindly to this sort of surface. I’m hoping Daahyeh will be one of the stand-out fillies of 2019.

3:00pm bet365 Trophy (Heritage Handicap) 1m6f

It will be very interesting to see how King’s Advice gets on after his winning run came to an end in the Northumberland Plate and it’s also worth watching the progressive Outbox very closely. Both appeal at each-way prices, yet, the stage looks set for BEN VRACKIE (NAP) to prove his class in the inaugural running on this staying handicap.

Unraced as a two-year-old, John Gosden waited until July last year to hand Ben Vrackie his stable debut. Gosden’s imposing colt got off the mark at the third time of asking with a superb 11-length triumph on the all-weather at Kempton, before following up with a narrow defeat to Maid Up in the Group Three March Stakes at Glorious Goodwood.
Ben Vrackie then made his reappearance in the Duke Of Edinburgh Stakes and, although he was defeated by Baghdad, Gosden’s colt ran a sensational race. A sluggish start saw Frankie Dettori’s mount sitting miles off the pace, treading a path some five horse widths off the rail for much of that mile-and-a-half trip. Few horses made up ground from such an unfavourable position during the entire meeting, but Ben Vrackie picked up brilliantly, powering home down the centre of the track, coming within a head of upsetting Mark Johnston’s favourite.

This four-year-old son of Frankel clocked an RPR of 109 on his final start as a three-year-old and managed an even more impressive mark of 113 when second at Ascot. This suggests Ben Vrackie could still be well-handicapped running off his official rating of 104 and I expect the favourite to score nicely over this extended trip.

4:10pm Weatherbys British EBF Maiden Stakes (Plus 10 Race) (Class 3) 7f

Aidan O’Brien has decided to target this maiden with Kipling, after his youngster finished second to Chesham Stakes runner-up, Lope Y Fernandez on debut. Mass Media is another who brings experience into Newmarket, having followed a fifth-place finish on debut with a good runner-up finish behind an odds-on favourite here on the July Course.

While both of the runners with previous experience hold appeal, the recent history of this maiden has to be taken into account. Three of that last four winners were making their debut. All three of those winners were owned by Godolphin and ridden by James Doyle, with Charlie Appleby saddling Being There and Al Hilalee before their wins in 2016 and ‘18 respectively.

Doyle and Appleby will team up with AL SUHAIL on Friday – a well-bred colt by Dubawi and out of a former Oaks runner-up in Shirocco Star. Appleby boasts an imperious record with his two-year-olds, and on the July course this year and an entry in the Group One National Stakes shows the team hold Al Suhail in very high regard.

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2019 July Meeting day two tips – Five horses to back with Mr Green on Falmouth Stakes day

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