Sunday's Who To Follow In Britain

Horse To Follow - Sardinia Sunset

On Sunday the Listed St Hughes' Fillies Stakes over five furlongs sees some nice juveniles battle it out and with the rain set to fall Sardinia Sunset could be the value angle.

The filly is all about speed and although throwing in some lesser performances, slower ground seems to bring the best out of her and thats what she should get on Sunday.

She finished second on debut at Newmarket behind the likeable Sacred for William Haggas who has since franked that form.

The two year old went on to finish fourth of 18 in the Group Two Queen Mary Stakes and off the back of that got off the mark in a Listed event, seeing off Country Carnival, who she takes on again.

Last time out she was not as good with the ground far to quick for her in the Group Three Molecomb at Goodwood and this race gives her a perfect chance to bounce back to form.

Trainer To Follow - Roger Varian

Roger Varian is a trainer bang in form having had 7 winners from his last 31 runners over the last two weeks which has seen him gain a strike rate of 22.58%.

Newbury is a track that the Newmarket handler has done well at this season having a 20.83% strike rate having had five winners and eight places from just 24 rides.

Alongside Sardinia Sunset in the feature he has some great chances across the day and it may just pay to follow him at a track he is not shy of winners at.

Jockey To Follow - Rossa Ryan

Finally, the jockey to follow on Sunday at Newbury is the young Rossa Ryan who seems to be coming into his own this season and he has some nice mounts for top trainers Roger Varian and Richard Hannon.

The Irishman over the last two weeks has seen himself gain a strike rate of 21.95% with nine winners from his 41 rides and he can add to that figure at the weekend.

He sits on Sardinia Sunset in the Listed event but also has some nice rides on the likes of Jellystone and Baradar.