Value Ante-Post Shouts For September

The Mediterranean - St Leger - 20/1

The final Classic event of the season sees the St Leger at Doncaster and at 20/1 The Mediterranean looks to overpriced in the market off the back of his latest run at York.

The son of Galileo has now been seen six times during his career, only having one run as a juvenile over seven furlongs, but this season being seen five times over 1m4f.

Starting his term off at Leopardstown in a decent maiden, he got off the mark in taking style showing that stamina trips are what he needs.

Since then he has stepped up into Listed, Group Two and Group One company performing well in the majority of his races, but last time at York he really caught the eye.

The three year old wanted to make it a true test for the other runners in the race and went from the front under Wayne Lordan.

Many of O'Brien's pace setters seem to fade away in the latter stages of the race, but not The Mediterranean who plugged on gamely to grab second behind the smart Yibir.

Going up in trip is a positive and at a big each way price he looks to be the value in the field.

Migration - Cambridgeshire - 12/1

The next horse of some value from an ante-post perspective is the fast improving Migration for the big fielded Cambridgeshire Handicap.

The five year old has been a shining light of late for David Menuisier, landing back to back handicap contests at Glorious Goodwood and York's Ebor meeting.

He now could be a big contender for the big fielded Cambridgeshire Handicap at Newmarket at the end of September and at 12/1 looks a big price if not hitting his ceiling with him bound to go up in the handicap once more.

Asymmetric - Middle Park Stakes - 7/1

The two year old colt has been a superstar this term, winning impressively over course and distance on debut in June and then backed that up at Newmarket landing a quick-fire double.

Next time out he was seen stepping up into Group Two company back at Newmarket and he finished a head second to the smart Lusail for Richard Hannon, who went on to frank the form in the Gimcrack last time out.

Asymmetric also took the form of that race to the next level when winning the Richmond Stakes at Glorious Goodwood, hitting traffic and then when getting a clear run flew home.

Stepping up into Group One company for the first time last time out at Deauville in the Prix Morny, he finished a good third behind Perfect Power and that looks good form.

Currently 7/1 for the Cheveley Park he has to be taken seriously looking a big each way contender.

Sacred Bridge - Cheveley Park Stakes - 12/1

The Group One Cheveley Park Stakes looks set to be a cracker this year and although having it all to prove at the top level, Sacred Bridge for Ger Lyons looks a star in the making.

The two year old daughter of Bated Breath is a 12/1 shot for the black type event having landed all three of her events to date and if coming over for this race she will be shorter, running for top connections.

Starting off her career at Naas in June he was a smart winner and she then backed it up at Tipperary taking a Listed winner on similar company.

Last time out she stepped forward again to land the expensive Ballyhane Stakes, getting up in the final stages of the six furlong contest.

She will improve for that run again and looks a big each way price for this event.