Oddschecker tips for every race at Newmarket on Saturday.
With no form to go on, the market will be the best guide to expectations but the nod goes to SHAMBOLIC. The daughter of Shamardal is a half-sister to the eight-time Group 1 winner in Hong Kong Viva Pataca, while another of her close relations is the US Grade 1 winner Laughing. Hello Bangkok is a half-sister to five black-type performers and she displayed enough promise at a breeze-up sale earlier in the year for connections to part with 200,000gns to buy the filly. Material Girl represents a yard who have done well with their juveniles this year and she is another to note. Hawthorn Rose also makes plenty of appeal based on her pedigree but, being by Nathaniel and from the family of Notnowcato, she may need further than this in time. Prediction : 1st Shambolic 2nd Hello Bangkok 3rd Material Girl
EYELOOL has improved with every start to date and, following his victory at Epsom last month, he could take plenty of beating off an opening mark of 79. Greenback Boogie filled third place in a very competitive nursery at Goodwood last week and he could prove to be the main threat to the selection, off just a 1lb higher mark. Others to consider are Cupboard Love and Pirate.Prediction : 1st Eyelool 2nd Greenback Boogie 3rd Cupboard Love
DANCETERIA is a highly-progressive three-year-old who arrives here following a hat-trick of victories in recent months. The last two of those victories have come over this C&D and a 5lb rise in the ratings may not be enough to stop him from taking this race, especially when taking into account his rider's valuable 3lb claim. Kaanoon is another in-form participant who remains unexposed and he may have more to offer. Derek Duval and Caliburn complete the shortlist. Prediction : 1st Danceteria 2nd Kaanoon 3rd Derek Duval
MAIN EDITION was not going to win the Duchess Of Cambridge here last time out but she would have gone close but for some severe interference inside the final two furlongs. She had won the Albany at Royal Ascot on her previous start and the step up to 7f should help her chances. La Pelosa was just behind the selection at Ascot but she was a bit disappointing in a Listed race last time out. Pennywhistle and California Love have to prove themselves at this level but they are both promising types and should not be underestimated.Prediction : 1st Main Edition 2nd La Pelosa 3rd California Love
This looks all about RIPP ORF, whose only lacklustre performance so far this year came on soft ground at Epsom. His course form is encouraging, first and second in two visits, and he will prove extremely difficult to beat if reproducing the form of his latest third in the International Stakes at Ascot. Lake Volta was surrounded by subsequent winners when three-parts of a length third at Newbury and he warrants plenty of respect off a 1lb lower mark, while the consistent Spanish City is unlikely to be far away either. Prediction : 1st Ripp Orf 2nd Lake Volta 3rd Spanish City
PETRUS ran right up to his best when a length third over this trip at Ascot two weeks ago (Protected Guest sixth) and, with Frankie Dettori a positive jockey booking, he is fancied to mount a bold bid off 2lb higher. Three Weeks has been gelded since a slightly disappointing effort at Kempton in March and he must enter calculations on his handicap debut, while Morning Has Broken is another lightly-raced performer who looks to be improving all the time, though she was engaged to run here on Friday.Prediction : 1st Petrus 2nd Three Weeks 3rd Morning Has Broken
MASTER ARCHER has finished either first or second on his last 10 Flat appearances and, with Frankie Dettori getting the leg up for the first time, James Fanshawe's charge looks sure to be in the thick of the action again. He shades the verdict ahead of Its'afreebee, a talented dual purpose performer who won over this sort of trip at Lingfield two starts ago, while Stanley, St Mary's and Good Time Ahead add extra ingredients to a spicy concluding event. Prediction : 1st Master Archer 2nd Itsafreebee 3rd Stanley