Who To Follow This Weekend

Trainer To Follow - Clive Cox

Look no further than Clive Cox if you're looking for a trainer to follow this Saturday.

The Hungerford based trainer sends three horses to Sandown and two horses to Beverley and Chelmsford this weekend and all seven horses have a massive chance.

His best chance of a winner this weekend comes in the shape of POSITIVE in the Group 3 Solario Stakes at Sandown. The horse was second behind arguably one of the best juveniles we've seen in a long time in Pinatubo last time out and he will look to kick on at Sandown with stablemates HEARTWARMING (13:50) & ELIGIBLE (16:45).

Cox's best chance at Beverley comes in the Listed William Hill Beverley Bullet Sprint Stakes with TIS MARVELOUS. He was second in the Wokingham Stakes at Royal Ascot and then bolted up in the Class 2 Betfred Heritage Handicap last time out. The handicapper has pumped him up an extra 8lbs from that run but he's more than capable of making it 2/2.

He then sends two horses to Chelmsford in the evening with FIREPOWER running in the 18:45 Nursery and SALUTE THE SOLDIER looking to follow up his recent Goodwood success in the 19:15 Chelmsford City Cup.

Jockey To Follow - Oisin Murphy

Jockey Oisin Murphy currently has a hefty lead over Daniel Tudhope at the top of the flat jockeys championship and a big weekend for him will all but wrap up this years title for him.

He heads to Sandown on Saturday for seven rides and Chelmsford on Saturday evening for four rides.

One of his biggest rides with decent odds is KAMEKO in the Solario Stakes. The horse won by half a length on debut to Its Good To Laugh, a horse who went on to win next time out at Ffos Las staying on impressively.

Kameko is a massive E/W price at around 14/1 and Murphy will see it as a perfect opportunity to get another Group victory on the board for top connections.

Horse To Watch - Jubiloso

Third in the Coronation Stakes at Royal Ascot, she was once again denied in the Group 3 Theo Fennell Oak Tree Stakes at Glorious Goodwood.

Despite the field looking fairly strong, this is a clear step down in class for the Sir Michael Stoute trained filly and she should have just too much natural speed for the rest of the pack here.

Stoute teamed up with Ryan Moore to win this race last year with Veracious so the pair will be looking to repeat the feat.