Oddschecker tips for every race at Doncaster on Saturday.
NONSUCH LAD is likely to go well here after disappointing at Windsor last month over a slightly longer trip. Prior to that he was third at Nottingham off 2lb higher, so a reproduction of that effort might be good enough to take this. Neverbatsaneyelid appears ready for stepping up in trip and could prove to be the biggest danger for the in-form Julie Camacho yard, while Bellshill Beauty has yet to make the frame in any of her 11 starts, but is at least coming down the weights and looks capable of getting involved.Prediction : 1st Nonsuch Lad 2nd Neverbatsaneyelid 3rd Bellshill Beauty
Hope You Can Run has finished second on two of his three starts and was a respectable sixth in a good maiden at Newmarket on the other occasion. He boasts strong claims on his nursery debut, but, at the likely odds, it might be worth taking a chance on Kevin Ryan's filly TRANSFER AFFECTION. She was a close fourth last time on her nursery debut when looking ready for this step up in trip and, with her getting weight from both rivals, she might spring a surprise here. Haughty has finished runner-up on her last two starts and certainly can't be ruled out.Prediction : 1st Transfer Affection 2nd Hope You Can Run 3rd Haughty
PRIDE OF THE PACK finished third at Newmarket on debut in a contest that hasn't worked out too badly at all, with the winner placing in Listed company next time, and with the benefit of that experience, she could get off the mark at the second time of asking. Honeymooner clearly bumped into a good filly when second at Newbury last month and should appreciate this step up in trip, while Miss Dynamic wasn't disgraced in a hot maiden at Goodwood on her debut and is one to keep an eye on, if improving from that outing.Prediction : 1st Pride Of The Pack 2nd Honeymooner 3rd Miss Furny Factor
LULLABY BAY should find this easier than the Listed race she contested at Ayr back in June and Karl Burke's filly looks capable of adding to her three wins after rattling off a quickfire hat-trick back in May. Tees Spirit ran well when third at Newmarket last month and is likely to be competitive once again, while Rum Cocktail is another who can get involved with William Cox taking off a valuable 3lb.Prediction : 1st Lullaby Bay 2nd Tees Spirit 3rd Rum Cocktail
THE GREEN MAN has been beaten a neck on his last two starts, but he appears to have been found an ideal opportunity to get off the mark at the seventh attempt. The Joseph Parr-trained gelding was collared inside the final furlong at Newmarket last month and has plenty going for him here. Marayel is having his first start on these shores for his new trainer Hilal Kobeissi, who applies cheekpieces for the first time and he is an intriguing runner. Tia Dalma was a length second behind the exciting Lightning Approach at Yarmouth last time and can't be discounted.Prediction : 1st The Green Man 2nd Marayel 3rd Tia Dalma
AIR TO AIR wasn't beaten far behind Fresh in the International at Ascot last month, despite not getting the run of the race. He is a previous winner at this track and has the added bonus of his talented rider claiming a 7lb allowance. The Attorney was arguably unlucky when denied a clear run at crucial stage at Goodwood last time and rates as a big danger. Kalganov is having his first run for David O'Meara having finished third in a Group 3 when last seen in France.Prediction : 1st Air To Air 2nd The Attorney 3rd Kalganov
HAJJAM was runner-up beaten a neck in this race last year and, now running off a 5lb lower mark, he is given a tentative vote to go one better this time around. He needs to put a disappointing effort at Musselburgh behind him, but he appears to have been freshened up with this race in mind. It Just Takes Time arrives in fine form having won his last two races, while Truth In Jest has run some fine races without getting his head in front this year and the application of cheekpieces may do the trick.Prediction : 1st Hajjam 2nd It Just Takes Time 3rd Truth In Jest