Oddschecker tips for every race at Doncaster on Thursday.
INFINITI arrives in excellent form having landed a hat-trick of victories at Chepstow last week and the mare, who is 2lb well-in under a penalty, commands plenty of respect in her bid for four in a row. The Resdev Way has been running consistently well over the past couple of months and the step back up in trip may bring about some improvement, while Clifftop Heaven appeals most of the remainder.Prediction : 1st Infiniti 2nd The Resdev Way 3rd Clifftop Heaven
DUSKY PRINCE won twice in the space of a week at both Wolverhampton and Windsor towards the end of last month following the application of blinkers. The sole three-year-old in the line-up makes plenty of appeal, especially with Harry Davies taking off a valuable 5lb. Leodis Dream produced his best effort for a while when second at Chester last time and he is likely to be competitive along with recent Leicester scorer Super Julius.Prediction : 1st Dusky Prince 2nd Leodis Dream 3rd Super Julius
JEANS MAITE ran with plenty of credit having bumped into a progressive rival here last Friday over 5f and a repeat of that performance over this extra furlong may suffice. Sound Of Iona just got up in the final strides to win at Ayr on Sunday and she has to be respected despite a quick turnaround, while others to consider include Latin Five and Delagate This Lord.Prediction : 1st Jeans Maite 2nd Sound Of Iona 3rd Latin Five
While Endeared brings the most solid piece of form to the table, finishing third at this venue last month, the drop in trip raises question marks and it might be best to look elsewhere. With that in mind, preference goes to the debutant MILL STREAM, who cost 350,000gns as a yearling. The Jane Chapple-Hyam-trained juvenile is a half-brother to the top-class sprinter Asymmetric and he can emulate him by getting off the mark at the first time of asking. Reginald Charles is another to consider.Prediction : 1st Mill Stream 2nd Endeared 3rd Reginald Charles
Although SIR ROBIN has to defy a 7lb penalty for his emphatic victory at Catterick last time out, that may not be enough to stop the son of El Kabeir from improving his record. He relished the step back in trip on that occasion and gets the nod to continue his ascendancy. Six O' Hearts was no match for an impressive winner last time out but may take a step forward, while Malham Tarn Cove completes the shortlist.Prediction : 1st Sir Robin 2nd Six O Hearts 3rd Malham Tarn Cove
Jump The Gun looks to have been rejuvenated by the application of cheekpieces and the recent C&D scorer demands respect, while Cliffcake must enter calculations having won four of his last five starts. However, FRESH HOPE gets the vote receiving weight from his two main dangers. The three-year-old has yet to run a bad race and certainly wasn't disgraced in the Sandringham at Royal Ascot last time. Dropped in both class and trip now, she looks sure to go close under Jamie Spencer. Prediction : 1st Fresh Hope 2nd Jump The Gun 3rd Cliffcake
DARBUCKS has been game in victory the last twice, winning on both soft and good ground, and a further 3lb rise in the ratings might not be enough to anchor this likeable gelding. Snapcracklepop also showed a good attitude when winning on his handicap debut at Nottingham two weeks ago and he could go well again, while dropped-in-class pair Bungley and Persian Royal are others to watch out for. Prediction : 1st Darbucks 2nd Snapcracklepop 3rd Bungley