Through The Card: Windsor, Sunday August 7
14:10 – With Poetic Voice a non-runner, Angel Down is a short-priced favourite for this two-year-old maiden. She is the one to beat on form, but only narrowly from second and third favourites Happy Queen (who we'll take in the Placepot) and Intisha, so this probably isn't a race to get heavily involved from a betting point of view.
14:40 – The Hugo Palmer-trained Star Archer looked a useful colt in the making when runner-up at York on debut 16 days ago and can land this juvenile maiden en route to better things. Go On Mayson is preferred to Salouen for the forecast.
15:10 – It's fair to say most of the six runners in this handicap mixed records, including Fenner Hill Neasa, though she appreciated the step up to a mile and a quarter when a never-nearer third at Brighton earlier in the week and the extra yardage here could be in her favour. Elocution didn't cut much ice in a four-runner race at Brighton on the same day, so Frivolous Prince may prove Fenner Hill Neasa's biggest danger.
15:40 – A trappy fillies' handicap featuring Gravity Flow and Battlement who both arrive in search of the hat-trick and could be the pair to focus on. The former is narrowly preferred having scored in pretty convincing fashion at Doncaster recently, while Cersei may well emerge best of the rest.
16:10 – Laidback Romeo won with something up his sleeve at Sandown last time, and a 3 lb rise looks more than fair, so he is clearly one to consider again. That said, perhaps a better bet at the prices is the three-year-old Short Work who again ran creditably when third of eight to Arcanada in a similar race at Chester last time and should be suited by the step up to a mile.
16:40 – A rare middle distance handicap in which the group of older horses appeal more than the three-year-olds, with Zephyros taken to quickly regain the winning thread having made a really positive start to life for David Bridgwater. Choral Festival, who has run in this race numerous times, winning it in 2011 and 2014, is feared most kept to a 0-70.
17:10 – Miss Tiger Lily couldn't match Jersey Jewel in the closing stages of a similar event over C&D recently, but she enjoys a 5 lb pull now and, moreover, this promises to be a more truly-run race with Tempuran expected to ensure there is no hanging about. As such, Harry Dunlop's charge is taken to emerge on top this time.
Back Short Work in the 16:10
14:10 – 8
14:40 – 6
15:10 – 8
15:40 – 3
16:10 – 4
16:40 – 2