Genki ran his best race for a while last time out in the Group 1 at Haydock when 5th , and given that it was on unsuitable Firm ground, he looks very likely to run a big race today on his preferred softer surface. 17 on Betfair looks too big.
1 Point win Betfair 17.0
Brae Hill, is simply too big a price as a proven c&d performer and great form on a soft surface. He looked to be getting back to form last time out when a decent 6th in the Ayr Gold Cup, and certainly isn’t a 25/1 Shot.
1 Point EW 25/1 Various Places
Kingsgate Native looked to be ready to get back to form last time out when very unlucky not to win with loads in hand near the finish. He is on his day easily the best horse in this race and wouldn’t need to be at his absolute best to win here. He looks value at 4/1 and could end up a strong favourite for this race.
2 Points win 4/1 Various
Gabrial The Great looks to have conditions in his favour here, and 20/1 with boyles and Ladbrokes looks a bit too big. He ran a decent looking race last time out at Chester and should be ready to get back to form of a decent looking mark. Min bet just in case.
½ Point win 20/1 Boyles Ladbrokes
Prix De L’Arc De Triomphe
Quick one for tomorrow Camelot is 4/1 with Will Hills for this tomorrow and i think he is well up to winning this sub-standard Arc. 3 yo’s have an excellent record here and that price looks great value. He has a very good draw and Frankie should be an ideal jockey for him
3 Points win 4/1 Camelot William Hill