12:45 Musselburgh

Broxi didn't offer much encouragement at Hamilton and needs to improve for the experience, as Ventura Mutiny did when third at Redcar. The bar isn't set very high and this looks an ideal opportunity for CHASE THE DOLLAR. Mark Johnston's Frankel colt is out of a mare who won the Rockfel at two, and won't need to live up to that illustrious pedigree fully to get off the mark.
Prediction : 1st Chase The Dollar 2nd Ventura Mutiny 3rd Broxi

13:15 Musselburgh

LOGI hasn't managed to get his head in front for the best part of two years but suggested that the drought could soon be over when third at Thirsk last week. He takes his chance in this off the same mark and is preferred to Ghathanfar, who needs to prove Friday's Doncaster second was no fluke. Bibbidibobbidiboo caught the eye when fifth on his return at Ripon and is feared most of the remainder.
Prediction : 1st Logi 2nd Ghathanfar 3rd Bibbidibobbidiboo

13:45 Musselburgh

Annangel banished her poor Newcastle introduction from the memory when springing an 80/1 shock over this distance at Beverley. She ran out a decisive winner but will do well to successfully concede weight to JOSHUA R, who showed potential as a juvenile and suggested his turn could be imminent when runner-up at Pontefract on his comeback. Sound Of Iona has a definite chance if ready to roll following almost a year on the sidelines.
Prediction : 1st Joshua R 2nd Annangel 3rd Sound Of Iona

14:15 Musselburgh

Bal Mal carries a double penalty after quick successes at Redcar and Beverley and should go close once more if fully over those exertions. It makes sense for connections to keep him going before a revised mark comes into effect, but this is a stronger race than Saturday's and SPORTS REPORTER is worth chancing. Fifth on his handicap debut at Doncaster, the Richard Fahey-trained three-year-old was sent off favourite there and should appreciate the drop from 6f. Not On Your Nellie can take third.
Prediction : 1st Sports Reporter 2nd Bal Mal 3rd Not On Your Nellie

14:45 Musselburgh

Desert Ace showed a bit more when fifth at Thirsk and deserves respect as a past C&D winner, while fellow veteran Robot Boy continues to perform well in defeat and should help to set a solid form outlook. Gleniffer remains capable of better but hasn't been sighted since September, and perhaps GOWANBUSTER can capitalise. Consistent on the all-weather throughout the winter, the five-year-old is rated 4lb lower on turf and has performed well after breaks in the past.
Prediction : 1st Gowanbuster 2nd Desert Ace 3rd Gleniffer

15:15 Musselburgh

FIREWATER was touched off by a head over 1m2f on his seasonal return at Newcastle earlier this month, and the winner has gone in again at Beverley since to frank the form so he has every chance of following suit himself off this 2lb higher perch. Lady Scatterley picked up minor money over 1m6f at Redcar and can fight it out with the in-form Vampish for the minor honours.
Prediction : 1st Firewater 2nd Lady Scatterley 3rd Vampish

15:45 Musselburgh

MOONLIGHTING opened her account at the fourth attempt when stepped up to 7f on her handicap debut and there could be further improvement in the pipeline now tackling 1m for the first time. Penalised Thirsk scorer Little Ted is the one who could give the selection most to think about, although Aiden's Reward backed up his victory at Newcastle with a short-head defeat at Thirsk and, up a further 4lb, could mount another bold bid.
Prediction : 1st Moonlighting 2nd Little Ted 3rd Aidens Reward

16:15 Musselburgh

Jack Randall found some consistency last term for Tim Easterby and is expected to show up well on his debut for Iain Jardine, though, for win purposes, preference is for penalised Thirsk scorer TARNHELM, who has the benefit of that recent run to her name. Muatadel took a step in the right direction when third at Lingfield last time and could also take a hand, having since been eased 2lb in the ratings.
Prediction : 1st Tarnhelm 2nd Jack Randall 3rd Muatadel

30/06/2020 Musselburgh Acca