17:00 Chepstow

MYBOYMAX ran a race full of promise when just failing to get home over 7f at Lingfield on debut and, now dropped in distance on turf, he is fancied to take a leap forward for Richard Hannon. That experience will have done the two-year-old the world of good and he is preferred to Shine That Light, who was offered a nice opening at Kempton nine days ago but failed to oblige when third. Furlong Factor can also make her presence felt.
Prediction : 1st Myboymax 2nd Shine That Light 3rd Furlong Factor

17:30 Chepstow

LORNA COLE was in the right place at the right time when successful at Windsor last week and could still be ahead of the assessor under a 5lb penalty. William Muir's charge had reportedly had issues with a kissing spine prior to that triumph, but that problem has seemingly been addressed and she can kick on now. Cool Strutter outran 66-1 odds when third at Kempton earlier in the month and deserves greater respect this time, while Aquadabra is capable of performing well off this mark.
Prediction : 1st Lorna Cole 2nd Cool Strutter 3rd Aquadabra

18:00 Chepstow

BODAK YELLOW caught the eye when second on debut at Wolverhampton nine days ago, finishing off well after a slow break, and he could go close here granted normal improvement. A few of the newcomers make some appeal, with 72,000-pound yearling Rogue Nation expected to make into a nice type given time. He is related to Dark Emerald, who was rated 112 at his peak, while Free Dancer has winners in his pedigree and is also noted.
Prediction : 1st Bodak Yellow 2nd Rogue Nation 3rd Free Dancer

18:30 Chepstow

EYE SMILING keeps winning for David O'Meara and, now making her third appearance in 14 days under a 6lb penalty, is fancied to remain one step ahead of the assessor. The form of her Chelmsford win was boosted when the runner-up scored at Redcar over the weekend, and she has been found another nice opening. Port Noir was successful here earlier in the month and won't mind this extra furlong, while Somekindasuperstar could be sharpened up by the application of first-time cheekpieces.
Prediction : 1st Eye Smiling 2nd Port Noir 3rd Somekindasuperstar

19:00 Chepstow

Baton took a step forward from his debut (5f) when tackling this trip at Chelmsford two weeks ago and he should continue to go in the right direction for Richard Hannon, while Henrik looked green first time out when sixth at Lingfield but is entitled to have learnt plenty from that experience. Sky Blue Thinking is a half-sister to five winners, but a different newcomer in the shape of ASTAPOR catches the eye. His brother, Azor Ahai, won as a two-year-old and ran in the Chesham at Royal Ascot so it wouldn't be a shock if this Sixties Icon colt knew his job.
Prediction : 1st Astapor 2nd Sky Blue Thinking 3rd Henrik

19:30 Chepstow

Tom Dascombe seems to have a nice team of youngsters this year and his PAWS FOR THOUGHT was one to catch the eye when third at Newbury on debut. A 25,000-pound half-brother to three winners, he should be suited by the long home straight here, and will have learnt plenty from that initial outing. Mark of The Man has displayed potential in two starts thus far and can find a race soon, while the once-raced Speedful completes the shortlist.
Prediction : 1st Paws For Thought 2nd Mark of The Man 3rd Speedful

20:00 Chepstow

LILY LIKE was beaten by less than a length on her handicap debut over this trip at Newmarket last time and is expected to mount another bold bid, despite her subsequent 6lb rise in the ratings. An opening mark of 75 appears workable for Ralph Beckett's Evening Spirit, who is having her first start since November, while there is also likely much better to come from Huwaiteb and Tomorrow's Dream, for all they are two others with an absence to overcome.
Prediction : 1st Lily Like 2nd Evening Spirit 3rd Tomorrows Dream

20:30 Chepstow

LAUBERHORN ROCKET ran on well in the closing stages when striking over an extended 1m5f at Chelmsford two weeks ago. A 3lb rise for that victory appears workable and providing he isn't outpaced over this shorter trip, a follow-up success could be on the cards. Hammy End has been knocking on the door over this distance on the all-weather following the resumption of racing and could play a supporting role, likewise recent Wolverhampton runner-up Cafe Sydney.
Prediction : 1st Lauberhorn Rocket 2nd Hammy End 3rd Cafe Sydney

21:00 Chepstow

GOLD ARCH made a winning start for William Knight at Wolverhampton nine days ago and it is possible the step up from 1m6f can spark immediate improvement as he bids to defy a 5lb penalty. With Pleasure was having his first outing since February when winning a silver medal on the all-weather 18 days ago and is respected with match-fitness in his favour, while C&D scorer Bailarico has the benefit of two recent outings to his name and could also finish on the premises.
Prediction : 1st Gold Arch 2nd With Pleasure 3rd Bailarico

30/06/2020 Chepstow Acca