Oddschecker tips for every race at Chester on Friday.
BALTIC PRINCE boasts course winning form and arrives here in excellent nick having gone down by a narrow margin on his latest start at Carlisle. The return to a mile should prove no issue and he can return to winning ways. Coviglia comes into this in search of a hat-trick of wins having gone up 10lb for successes at Wolverhampton and Ayr so warrants respect along with My Amigo, whose front-running tactics could get a few of these in trouble.Prediction : 1st Baltic Prince 2nd Coviglia 3rd My Amigo
JENSUE was unable to land a blow in the Albany at Royal Ascot when only beating three rivals home behind Main Edition but the daughter of Red Jazz will undoubtedly find this a much easier assignment and she has the advantage of a low draw. Baby Steps got off the mark at Carlisle on his second start but has to give the selection 5lb which could be a difficult ask, while Pass The Gin looks best of the remainder.Prediction : 1st Jensue 2nd Baby Steps 3rd Pass The Gin
RAINBOW REBEL posted a career-best effort when landing the Old Newton Cup at Haydock last weekend and he should be more than capable of defying a quick turnaround which he did two starts ago when winning at Pontefract. Aasheq has won his last three starts, including here back in May, and he looks to have scope for further improvement at this trip, while the consistent Jabbaar completes the shortlist.Prediction : 1st Rainbow Rebel 2nd Aasheq 3rd Jabbaar
Jaayiz got off the mark for Richard Hannon at Brighton last time and this two-year-old should have more to give despite a wider-than-ideal draw, while Yellow Fire represents in-form connections but is another who hasn't been done any favours by the draw. It could be worth chancing FIVE HELMETS, who boasts course experience and shaped as though the step up to 7f would suit him perfectly at Haydock last time.Prediction : 1st Five Helmets 2nd Jaayiz 3rd Yellow Fire
Rene Mathis did it well here in claiming company last month but could find life tougher now back in handicaps, while Our Charlie Brown travelled nicely at Musselburgh when fourth last time after being denied a clear run and looks poised to run a big race. TADAAWOL, however, did it well in the Carlisle Bell consolation race last time and could be hard to peg back if starting well now back at 7f.Prediction : 1st Tadaawol 2nd Our Charlie Brown 3rd Rene Mathis
CAPE LIBERTY has gone well on her two attempts at an extended 1m6f lately, winning once at Doncaster and finishing second there latest, and the Cape Cross filly could have more to come now trying an extra two furlongs from what appears still a workable mark. Course and distance winner St Mary's has to be respected, while Piedita scored twice at the distance last season and remains an unexposed quantity.Prediction : 1st Cape Liberty 2nd Piedita 3rd St Marys
Computable was a worthy winner from this stall over course and distance last time and has to be on the shortlist once again. However, the 8lb rise makes life tougher and therefore preference is for Bath winner EQUALLY FAST, who likes to race prominently and could get the run of the race if breaking well from stall three. Course winners Zac Brown and Confessional are others to consider closely.Prediction : 1st Equally Fast 2nd Computable 3rd Zac Brown