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Neil Morrice best bets and tips – Tuesday 11 June 2024

Neil Morrice shares all of his best bets and tips for Tuesday’s racing coming your way from Salisbury, Southwell and Wetherby on 11 June 2024.

Neil Morrice

Neil Morrice shares all of his best bets and tips for Tuesday’s racing coming your way from Salisbury, Southwell and Wetherby on 11 June 2024.

Jamie Moore's Diary - jockey talks Goshen and Ascot rides


Race 2 No1 ARABIAN SUN (Nap)
Trainer: Clive Cox – Jockey: Richard Kingscote

Saxon Warrior colt ARABIAN SUN shaped promisingly when chasing home Royal Ascot-bound Red Sun on his Goodwood introduction, and is the one I want to be on in this second division of the restricted novice. He showed that day he has no problems handling an undulating surface, and can parry the challenge of Stratusnine, who himself caught the eye when second on debut at York.

Trainer: Harry Charlton – Jockey: Hollie Doyle

While alert to the fact that this race will afford her a handicap mark, RAVISHING BEAUTY can trouble the judge on a first outing for Charlton. Hollie Doyle will have learned from the Camelot filly’s first offering and the combination now find themselves in a weak-looking heat in which they can cash in.

Trainer: Andrew Balding – Jockey: Oisin Murphy

LEICESTER SQUARE stuck to the task well when third to More Thunder at Nottingham and is carded to improve a fair way from that under Murphy. The chestnut was only beaten a length and a half by his well-regarded rival, and can stave off the attentions of Sea The Stars filly MAWAYED, who also shaped with promise on her introduction.

Race 8 No8 STRIKE
Trainer: Jonny Portman – Jockey: Rob Hornby

STRIKE lived up to his name when outpointing an in-form foe at Windsor to post a first success since his juvenile days. The grey gets a healthy weight concession from Regal Envoy and Crimson Angel in this Class5 sprint in which he looks the one to beat.


Race 3 No8 MAN OF LIGHT (Each Way)
Trainer: Philip Hobbs – Jockey: Sean Houlihan

Strictly on paper, the claims of MAN OF LIGHT don’t add up to much, but until weakening halfway down the long home straight the chestnut had travelled well on his latest start at Ffos Las. That was just a third run over fences for the selection, who at a double-figure price is worth chancing.

Trainer: Tom Lacey – Jockey: Stan Sheppard

MATCHADAM delivered in his only point before troubling the judge on debut under Rules at Hereford last autumn. He’s been given plenty of time to grow into his frame, and has scope for progressing now his attention is turned to jumping hurdles.

Race 8 No12 RELEASE THE KRAKEN (Each Way)
Trainer: Martin Keighley – Jockey: Sean Bowen

At a working man’s price RELEASE THE KRAKEN can be competitive. Since joining Keighley his distant second to My Monty at Uttoxeter was his best run from three, and it’s interesting that Bowen stays with him. He comes with risks attached, but is one that I shall speculate on to small stakes.


Trainer: Adrian Nicholls – Jockey: Connor Murtagh

Earthlight colt TEES AGGREGATES can open his account in a race where those with previous experience should have an edge. When posting a midfield finish on his Doncaster introduction he was beaten only five lengths, and the run will have done him the power of good. Granted normal progress he should prove hard to beat.

Trainer: Andrew Balding – Jockey: Clifford Lee

TRANSITIONING was an authoritative scorer on debut at Doncaster last month for which he carries a 7lb penalty. Unless newcomer Thunder Run is useful the selection can build on what he showed and remain unbeaten for a stable whose runners here are usually on their mettle.

Race 6 No7 MOUNT KING (Each Way)
Trainer: Tim Easterby – Jockey: David Allan

MOUNT KING travelled strongly into the race before picking up a minor cheque on his latest start at Thirsk, which represented a big step up from his first run back at Pontefract. The former Irish-based gelding is a dual scorer for Easterby and finishes in the money more often than not, making him an appealing each-way entity on this third outing of 2024.

Jamie Moore's Diary - jockey talks Goshen and Ascot rides
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