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HAMILTON 2:00 ROSHAMBO 9/2

FOX HILL wins her share, and she comes into this on the back of a promising 4th of 14 at Redcar. Eric Alston’s mare would have been even closer in that race with a clean run.

Nevertheless, while the 6-year-old won 7 of her 13 races, she’s 0/12 on stiff tracks. Also, it is worth noting that her highest winning mark is 72, whereas she’s set 74 today.

At the end of August, SELBY’S PRIDE won over course & distance. In post-race comments, her trainer’s representative said she benefitted from the lower grade and easier surface. While the handicapper raised the grey 3 pounds, she’s on a fair mark and should be competitive.

That same comment applies to the one-length 2nd in that race, namely, LITTLE MISS DYNAMO. In fact, Hugo Palmer’s filly should find more, and in a match bet I would prefer her to the Tony Coyle runner.

Saffie Osborne is becoming more popular with trainers, and on this occasion, she’s riding for Mrs Ilka Gansera-Leveque.

Her mount MISS BELLA BRAND placed in 19 of her 26 races. While her consistency is noteworthy, the handicapper isn’t helping the 4-year-old. In short, she would need an all-time best to win.

Katie Scott had a nice winner of a good handicap yesterday with GWEEDORE. Connections will be hoping that this up-and-coming trainer can improve GUEST LIST.

However, in my experience first runs for new trainers are usually fact-finding missions.

On the basis of that, I prefer to recommend Julie Camacho’s 4 times races ROSHAMBO. The daughter of DUE DILIGENCE won her last race at Newcastle, and she should be even better on turf.

One thing is certain, the 3-year-old is bred for this easier ground, and she’s progressive. Finally, a 3-pound rise to a mark of 71 is more than fair, and this stiff track should serve her well!