Oddschecker tips for every race at Chepstow on Tuesday.
Sir Plato has gone up 5lb having been beaten by a short head on his latest outing over this C&D and the eight-year-old is now 9lb above his last winning mark. Preference is for the reopposing MACS DILEMMA who, despite carrying top weight, must have a good chance in this company after going close at Windsor on Sunday. Above It All retains the mark from a below-par fourth earlier this month, but looks capable of better.Prediction : 1st Macs Dilemma 2nd Sir Plato 3rd Above It All
DRESDEN GREEN took a huge step forward from a modest debut at Windsor when third over this trip, despite suffering trouble in running, at Lingfield last time. William Haggas' charge is evidently progressing nicely and can strike here. The application of a first-time visor could see Crosstitch get closer, while Highland Reel colt Ceilidh should not be discounted on his debut.Prediction : 1st Dresden Green 2nd Crosstitch 3rd Ceilidh
OUR MAN IN HAVANA was unlucky to lose out to Astrophysics by a head at this course recently. The selection was rated 1lb higher than the winner on that occasion, but they now race off level ratings and that could be enough for the form to be turned around. Quarter Blue seeks to get involved in a first-time tongue-tie which, given her latest third-placed effort at Bath, makes her interesting.Prediction : 1st Our Man In Havana 2nd Astrophysics 3rd Quarter Blue
After being sent off favourite, NO SAINT travelled well for a long way when third at Yarmouth on his debut last month and Michael Bell's colt makes plenty of appeal. Most of his rivals are seeing the track for the first time and Streets Of Gold, who boasts an attractive pedigree, is the pick out of that group, with Jive King and Sweet Idea others to monitor in the market.Prediction : 1st No Saint 2nd Streets Of Gold 3rd Jive King
INFINITI continued her excellent form when scoring at Nottingham last time, powering away in the closing stages, and the daughter of Arcano should prove tough to beat off a 6lb higher mark. Uncle Henry performed respectably when upped in grade at Pontefract on his latest start and can produce a bold showing, while Tulane isn't fully exposed on turf and cannot be ruled out either.Prediction : 1st Infiniti 2nd Uncle Henry 3rd Tulane
EDINBURGH ROCK is bred to stay well, being out of a Dalakhani mare, and the step up to 1m4f on his handicap bow appears likely to see him progress from what he has achieved to date. The Green Amigo is another expected to step forward following his efforts in maiden/novice events, while others to note include Purple Reign and Cicely.Prediction : 1st Edinburgh Rock 2nd The Green Amigo 3rd Purple Reign
FELLOWSHIP just got up in the final strides to record his first success at Yarmouth when making his handicap debut. The extra couple of furlongs on this occasion are likely to see him progress in a contest where most of his rivals have something to prove. Itsallaboutluck sports a tongue-tie for the first time having placed on his debut for Peter Bowen at Nottingham, while Typewritten and Windy Cove could also have a say in proceedings.Prediction : 1st Fellowship 2nd Itsallaboutluck 3rd Typewritten