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Neil Morrice best bets and tips – Monday 10 June 2024

Neil Morrice shares all of his best bets and tips for Monday’s racing coming your way from Lingfield Park, Carlisle, Pontefract and Windsor on 10 June 2024.

Neil Morrice

Neil Morrice shares all of his best bets and tips for Monday’s racing coming your way from Lingfield Park, Carlisle, Pontefract and Windsor on 10 June 2024.

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Race 5 No1 EARLY RELEASE (Nap)
Trainer: George Scott – Jockey: Daniel Muscutt

Go to stallion Sergei Prokofiev should hold the key to this maiden race with the one-raced EARLY RELEASE. The gelding made a promising start to his career when just out of the money at Doncaster. He’s also beautifully bred for sprinting, being out of a mare by Kyllachy, and should come on a long way from that first offering.

Trainer: Kevin P De Foy – Jockey: Daniel Muscutt

Masar filly BRECKENRIDGE has started 28-1, 80-1 and 25-1 for his three starts so far, but I fancy she will be amongst the favourites for this restricted novice after troubling the judge on her latest outing. It’s interesting that her connections could have elected to go straight for a handicap, but haven’t.


Trainer: Charlie Johnston – Jockey: Joe Fanning

After striking the crossbar on her Pontefract introduction, EXPENSIVE ROSE should be in pole position to open her account in the colours of Jaber Abdullah. The daughter of Australia should enjoy stepping up in trip in due course but has the necessary pace to prove effective over this 1400-metre distance.

Race 5 No7 JKR COBBLER (Each Way)
Trainer: Iaine Jardine – Jockey: Andrew Mullen

Aside from needing to negotiate a tricky outside draw, JKR COBBLER has plenty going for him as he won over the course and distance on seasonal return and the form received a boost when the third home won next time. Competing from just a 2lb higher mark he should again be competitive, with the consistent WRECK IT WRYLY looming as a danger who is worth saving on.

Race 6 No6 HIGHWAYGREY (Each Way)
Trainer: Tim Easterby – Jockey: David Allan

Though he’s hard to catch right now, this could be HIGHWAYGREY’s day. The selection has flirted with the frame in each of his three starts this season, but on each occasion went off at a double-figure price. On examination of his overall form, he invariably raises his game when there’s support for him, meaning a close monitoring of the betting is required.


Race 4 No3 TIGERTEN (Nap)
Trainer: Kevin Frost – Jockey: Rossa Ryan

TIGERTEN has progressed from race to race this year and looked unlucky not to deliver when things didn’t go his way at Chester. The handicapper didn’t move him for that, making him the most likely answer to this stamina test.

Race 5 No13 VISITANT (Each Way)
Trainer: David Thompson – Jockey: Rhys Elliott

VISITANT is in fact a rare visitor to Pontefract Park and you have to go back six years to the only time he did so. On that occasion, he troubled the judge, and after a couple of pleasing runs at Newcastle that have served to make him ready, he can further raise his game in a switch to turf that should suit him. He appeals as one of the best bets of the day.


Trainer: Jack Channon – Jockey: Rose Dawes

BETWEENTHESTICKS needed his first run back here when unplaced behind stablemate Sixties Chic, and duly stepped up on his next outing to finish second at Ripon. He enjoyed the return to 1000 metres and should now be fully primed to make this a first success of 2024.

Race 4 No13 ST PANCRAS (Each Way)
Trainer: Richard Hannon – Jockey: James Doyle

Several can win this novice but ST PANCRAS will have a couple in front of him 8n the market to make him a value proposition. His earning run at Chepstow was a step up on his first unplaced effort and has taught him plenty. It will be interesting to see how he goes in the famous Solna Joel colours carried by Ascot King George winner Busted and Cheltenham Gold Cup winner Alverton.

Trainer: Pat Phelan – Jockey: Paddy Bradley

CHARLES MORIN benefitted from a switch to turf when opening his account at Lingfield for which he’s gone up 3lb. The Churchill gelding is having just a sixth career start this evening and has the necessary scope for further progression.

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