One Trainer, Jockey And Horse To Follow At Newmarket On Wednesday

Horse To Follow - Naval Crown

The first big race of the day is the European Free Listed Handicap over seven furlongs and Naval Crown takes the eye for Charlie Appleby and Godolphin.

The son of Dubawi was highly active as a juvenile, making his debut in July at Newmarket on soft ground and finished a good third behind stablemate Magical Land and the exciting Youth Spirit for Andrew Balding.

He backed that up with another third behind the smart Chindit and then used that run to get off the mark at the third time of asking at York on good ground.The three year old was then upped in class at ParisLongchamp and Saint-Cloud in Group Three events and finished third twice behind decent company.

He was then given a break and returned in February a much more mature horse at Meydan, finishing third on the dirt behind two very smart horses in the UAE 2000 Guineas.

Naval Crown improved massively for that run and landed a Listed event on turf at Meydan over a mile and he looks to be one of the more fitter horses entering this race.

Trainer To Follow - Sir Michael Stoute

Sir Michael Stoute has been at the top of the flat trainer pyramid for over 50 years now and this season he may have not started them in any better form.

With that in mind, he has some nice chances on Wednesday and they might pay to follow with Solid Stone at a big price in the Earl Of Sefton and Just Fine in the lucky last looking like his best shouts on the day.

Stoute is currently in flying form having nine winners from his last 15 runners, which sees him pose a 60% strike rate over the last two weeks.

Jockey To Follow - Sean Levey

With Richard Hannon making a fast start to the season it has meant that Sean Levey has been in flying form and at Newmarket on Wednesday he has some nice chances to get back in the winners enclosure.

In the second race of the day he has a chance with Additional who is currently a double figure price, but if getting back to the best of his form can throw it up to the horses at the top of the market.

Levey's best chance on the day comes from Snow Lantern in the penultimate race of the day with the daughter of Frankel having a very classy pedigree.

The jockey has managed to land seven winners from his last 30 rides and it has seen him gain a 23.33% strike rate for the last two weeks.