MEYDAN IS BACK! With a six race card scheduled, we've previewed five of the six races for you with an in depth tip for every one of those five races. We'll also have a RAB boost for you on Thursday.
Placed in a couple of handicaps, he returned to form with third at Jebel Ali back in March.
The form has worked out well from that with first bolting up next time out and fourth winning nicely too. Proven to run relatively well when fresh he steps up two furlongs which should suit him nicely. The one to beat
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Returned from a 232 day break with a close second at Jebel Ali last week. Drops back down to 6f for the first time in over 18 months but this is the only distance in which he’s ever won over and with the rust safely off from last weeks run, he’s got massive chance of getting back to winning ways in a fairly weak handicap
Camacho colt, he claimed back to back victories over a mile last season before disappointing in Group 3 and Listed company in his next two runs.
He did too much too soon in that fourth last time out and the form has worked out well from it.
Now dropped back down to 7f for the first time since his second on debut, he’s the best horse in this race it’s just a question of how he’s dealt with the break but he’s already shown with his debut run that he runs well fresh
A winner at Chelmsford over a mile back in February of last year, he made a cracking debut for Satish Seemar when finishing a close third over this C&D earlier this year. That was off the back of a 292 day break and he heads to Meydan off a similar break. Second and fourth from that run have both gone on to win twice from their next three runs and he stands out as one with the potential to get their nose in front in this
Bolted up by eight lengths over this C&D on his seasonal reappearance last season after a 322 day break. He was subsequently dropped down to 1m 1f after that victory and ran a bit of a stinker.
Returns to his much preferred 1m 2f distance here and with proven form when fresh, he’s the one to beat