17:35 Windsor

Milliethemollie has been well backed overnight for this race but preference instead goes to the consistent BAMA LAMA (best priced at 5/2). The Rod Millman trained six-year-old mare has running for the past two months with three third placed finishes and a victory under Oliver Searle on her penultimate start at Chepstow. 

Bama Lama won over this course and distance in August off a mark of 52 so this mark of 55 should prove within reach and her regular rider on board in this apprentice handicap should prove a huge positive. 

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18:35 Windsor

John & Thady Gosden have a strong hand in this novice race and it is ROI DE FRANCE (best priced at 5/4) who I expect to get off the mark at the second attempt. The Bjorn Nielsen owned colt defied odds of 14/1 to finish a close 2nd on his debut in November on the AW at Lingfield shaping like he would improve significantly for the appearance. 

The form of that run has been boosted since with the winner Accumulate finishing a short head 2nd on his handicap debut at Ascot who is now rated 99. Roi De France was in receipt of 7lbs on his debut but that still gives a good idea to what he achieved on his debut and he should prove hard to beat under Oisin Murphy.

19:10 Windsor

With Dream Composer probably wanting a slightly softer surface, EQUITY LAW (best priced at 7/4) should hold strong claims of following up his recent victory at Sandown. The Andrew Balding trained three-year-old didn’t handle the heavy ground on his reappearance at Bath but won a competitive handicap at Sandown in April beating Shagraan by ¾ length that day.

The handicapper has only raised Equity Law 3lbs for that victory which is very fair and a mark of 86 could still underestimate him.