13:33 Brighton

Lethal Angel kept on well to win on her most recent outing over this course and distance, but MARY OF MODENA had beaten her here a week earlier despite being rated 6lb higher. The fact they now race off level weights can see the latter uphold that form and she looks capable of giving another good account. Willingly drops in class following her last win and is not one to be taken lightly.
Prediction : 1st Mary Of Modena 2nd Lethal Angel 3rd Willingly

14:08 Brighton

Greavsie shed his maiden tag at the fourth time of asking at Ffos Las last month, but he has to shoulder a 6lb penalty for that win. Therefore, it is easier to side with the George Baker-trained BEAULD AS BRASS, who recorded a much-improved second on his latest outing at this track over 6f. He is entitled to progress further stepping up in trip and a 1lb rise mark for his latest run may not be enough to stop him. Eight Mile completes the shortlist.
Prediction : 1st Beauld As Brass 2nd Greavsie 3rd Eight Mile

14:43 Brighton

STRAWBERRY BELLE stepped forwards to record a good second on her handicap debut over this trip at Newbury and a drop back into novice territory could see her shed the maiden tag. She gets a fillies' allowance which can additionally aid her cause, and she narrowly shades the vote from the unexposed Royal Athena. Sigmund built on his racecourse bow to finish a respectable third on the all-weather last month and also merits consideration.
Prediction : 1st Strawberry Belle 2nd Royal Athena 3rd Sigmund

15:18 Brighton

Although he was a beaten favourite at Newmarket when last seen, this looks a perfect opportunity for EXPRESSIONLESS to get off the mark at the third time of asking. The son of Intello wasn't disgraced over a shorter trip on debut and looked to improve for the extra yardage when fourth 12 days ago, despite still looking green. Hurtle was narrowly denied at Epsom in August and a similar effort could see him go close here, while any market support for the Charlie and Mark Johnston-trained newcomer Artisand would be worth noting.
Prediction : 1st Expressionless 2nd Hurtle 3rd Artisand

15:53 Brighton

IT'S HOW WE ROLL appeared to struggle in better company over C&D last month and this drop in class may see him record his third success of the season. Apart from his last run, he's been a model of consistency all year and he should give another good account of himself here. Tribuna Uffizi can be forgiven his last performance as he didn't look to appreciate the all-weather surface and a repeat of his penultimate effort, when fourth at Ffos Las, would put him in the mix. Eight-time course winner Junoesque can never be discounted at this track and is respected.
Prediction : 1st Its How We Roll 2nd Tribuna Uffizi 3rd Junoesque

16:28 Brighton

SILVER BUBBLE was denied a hat-trick over C&D last month but with underfoot conditions likely to suit today, she's tipped to regain the winning thread and record her fourth win at this track. The biggest threat may come from the George Boughey-trained Counterattack, who showed considerable improvement when third at Chelmsford 12 days ago on his first run since being gelded and he looks sure to relish this extra distance. If the wind operation has done the trick, Tawtheef is another who enters calculations having his first run on turf for over a year.
Prediction : 1st Silver Bubble 2nd Counterattack 3rd Tawtheef

17:05 Brighton

A trappy-looking contest, with the majority of the field having questions to answer. A chance is taken on RODOLFO, who posted two solid efforts when last seen on the turf and the first-time blinkers may perk him up. Parikarma is one to note on her first start for the Gary Moore yard and the five-year-old may have been freshened up after a break. Gilbert rates next best, ahead of Destinado.
Prediction : 1st Rodolfo 2nd Parikarma 3rd Gilbert

17:40 Brighton

With little solid form to go on, HECTOR LOZA makes the most appeal. The five-year-old's stamina looked stretched at Epsom last month and the slight ease in distance in less-testing conditions should see the gelding prove more competitive. Local Bay is likely to prove popular after his win at Wolverhampton five days ago and he may prove the biggest threat with the tongue-tie retained. Queen Sarabi and Cool Vixen rate best of the remainder and are preferred in that order.
Prediction : 1st Hector Loza 2nd Local Bay 3rd Queen Sarabi

04/10/2022 Brighton Acca