Moët & Chandon July Festival from Newmarket (Day 2)

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The Racing Horse offers our RACING TRENDS, RACECOURSE TEMPLATE & BETTING ADVICE for the Moët & Chandon July Festival from Newmarket (9-11 July 2020).

2.25 Newmarket: Duchess of Cambridge Stakes (Group 2) 6f ITV

16/16: Raced within the last 4 weeks (100%)
16/16: Raced at least twice before (100%)
15/16: Won between 1-2 times before (94%)
14/16: Foaled in February (6) or March (6) (88%)
14/16: Drawn in stall 8 or lower (88%)
13/16: Placed favourites (81%)
12/16: Placed 1 or 2 last time out (75%)
12/16: Won by a UK-based yard (75%)
11/16: Ran at Ascot last time out (69%)
11/16: Won over 6f before (69%)
..8/16: Returned 7/2 or shorter (50%)
..8/16: Won last time out (50%)
..7/16: Winning favourites (44%)
..3/16: Trained by the Hannons (19%)
..3/16: Ridden by Ryan Moore (19%)
..3/16: Trained by Aidan O’Brien (2 of last 4) (19%)
..3/16: Ridden by Frankie Dettori (5 wins in total) (19%)
..2/16: Drawn in stall 1 (13%)

Raffle Prize (9/2) won the race in 2019

Timeform 

MORE BEAUTIFUL looked a potential top-notcher on debut and is worth another chance after disappointing at Royal Ascot. A half-sister to 2000 Guineas winner Saxon Warrior, she will be well suited by this extra furlong, and it would be no surprise if we saw her in a different light. Time Scale and the wide-margin Albany winner Dandalla are the clear dangers.

The Racing Horse Verdict:

1 DANDALLA 5/4 (WINNER)  2 Timescale 2/1 (4th)  3 Hala Hala Hala 7/1 (5th)

3.35 Newmarket: Bet365 Handicap (Class 2) 1m2f ITV4

11/13: Raced in the last 4 weeks (85%)
11/13: Won between 1-2 times before (85%)
11/13: Never run at Newmarket (July) before (85%)
10/13: Returned 12/1 or shorter (77%)
10/13: Placed in the top 6 last time out (77%)
..9/13: Carried 8st 12lbs or more in weight (69%)
..8/13: Unplaced favourites (62%)
..7/13: Irish bred (54%)
..6/13: Won over 1m2f or further before (46%)
..6/13: Trained by Mark Johnston (5 of last 7 runnings) (46%)
..5/13: Raced at Ascot last time out (38%)
..3/13: Won last time out (23%)
..2/13: Trained by Andrew Balding (15%)
..0/13: Winning favourites (0%)

Walkinthesand (9/1) won the race in 2019

Timeform 

A mark in the 80s is clearly well within the grasp of KIPPS, and with blinkers hopefully helping him in a finish this time with Ryan Moore taking over, he is a very appealing proposition. There's clearly plenty of depth to this race though, with Enemy and Grand Rock feared most.

The Racing Horse Verdict:

1 GLOBAL STORM 6/1 (6th)  2 Enemy 6/1 (NON-RUNNER)  3 Kipps 4/1 (4th)

4.10 Newmarket: Tattersalls Falmouth Stakes (Group 1) 1m ITV4

18/18: Won Listed or better previously (100%)
17/18: Aged 3 or 4yo (94%)
14/18: Won over 1 mile or more previously (78%)
14/18: Stall 5 or lower (78%)
14/18: Had 2+ runs that season (78%)
13/18: Won at 13/2 or shorter (72%)
13/18: Ran at Ascot in their last race (72%)
10/18: Favourites placed (56%)
..7/18: Winning favourites (1 joint) (39%)
..7/18: Previous Group One winners (39%)
..6/18: Ran on Newmarket July course previously (33%)
..5/18: Won their last race (28%)
..3/18: Ridden by Ryan Moore (3 of last 6) (17%)
..2/18: Trained by Aidan O’Brien (2 of last 4) (11%)
..2/18: French-trained winners (11%)

Veracious (6/1) won the race in 2019

Timeform 

A ready winner of the Group 2 Dahlia Stakes on return, TEREBELLUM improved another chunk when just touched off by Circus Maximus in the Queen Anne at Royal Ascot last month. She may yet have more to offer on the back of just six starts and holds a fine chance back against her own sex. Stablemate Nazeef is also thoroughly likeable and feared, along with last year's runner up One Master.

The Racing Horse Verdict:

1 TEREBELLUM 10/11 (3rd)  2 One Master 4/1 (4th)  3 Nazeef 11/2 (WINNER)

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