16:35 Huntingdon

I’m sticking with last time out winner BELLS OF STAMFORD for Tim Vaughan at Huntingdon. This son of Presenting left previous form behind to win well at Ayr when last seen back in May and given time since the best should be yet to come. He is up 4lb but is lightly raced so looks open to plenty of improvement yet. He drops back ever so slightly in trip but he doesn’t look short of speed and I think he is pretty versatile regarding tactics. There is potential for quite a bit of pace on here with the likes of The Yellow Mini, Miss Bamby and Cobbs Corner all likely to race prominently. I think he’ll take a lead before looking to pounce in the closing stages. He isn’t a horse you want to get there too soon with. I think the latter could be the danger having ran well when third at Fakenham but he will need to build on that again.

18:30 Southwell

Kodiac filly DOUBLE MARCH has run two really promising races to date getting within a head of victory on debut over C&D and then missing just a neck at Haydock last month with the front pair miles clear. She sets a good standard in this field and is only going to improve again so I’ll be disappointed if she can’t get her head in front now. Cieren Fallon gets the leg up and I think connections will be anticipating her shedding the maiden tag here. Charlie Appleby saddles Castle Peak who could easily emerge as the main danger. This Uncle Mo colt cost nearly €300,000 as a 2yo and is well related so it will be interesting to see what the market makes of him. I think he’ll have to be pretty useful to win first time up here though given the form the selection brings to the table. James McHenry easily best of the rest.