Who To Follow At Newmarket On Day Three Of The July Cup Meeting

James Mackie | @JMackieRacing

Trainer To Follow - Aidan O'Brien

Leading Irish trainer Aidan O'Brien sends three runners to Newmarket on Saturday starting in the opening Maiden Fillies' Stakes and Content although disappointing last time out can bounce back to form in calmer waters.

One of his best chances of the day comes in the Group Two Superlative Stakes with City Of Troy at the top of the market after his highly impressive debut.

To finish the afternoon he fields the superstar sprinter Little Big Bear, who if is 100% fit and ready can go close at what is a big price for his ability.

O'Brien heads into the meeting sporting a strike rate of 24% for the last two weeks, managing to land 10 winners from his last 42 runners.

Jockey To Follow - Adam Farragher

Leading 3lb claimer Adam Farragher has some lovely chances across the card at Newmarket on Saturday which makes him the jockey to follow.

Starting in the Fillies' Maiden he teams up with Gay Kelleway on Duely Spiced who was a good second on debut and hopefully for him can improve for that run.

One of his better chances of the afternoon comes in the Class 2 Handicap over 7f and Desert Voice for William Haggas is looking for a hat-trick.

He rides for Mr Haggas again in the bet365 Mile Handicap on board Tafreej for Shadwell Estate and having won well last time out, there is no reason he can't do it again.

The rider then gets the leg up on First Folio in the Bunbury Cup with him needing to improve and to finish the afternoon he rides Prosper Legend who was a winner two starts back.