Today on Sky Sports Racing: Good news from Lydia Richards chases quadruple at Fontwell | Race News


Lydia Richards’ Good News is chasing a quadruple at Fontwell, but the ten-year-old could have a tougher task this afternoon, live on Sky Sports Racing.

The gelding is likely to lead the market in Weatherbys nhstallions.co.uk Handicap Hurdle (3:20)having won twice at Plumpton before winning at Warwick last month under Zak Baker.

This time, Tom Cannon is back in the saddle and could take a bit of a beating, with Emma Lavelle’s course and distance winner Stunned one of the most likely rivals.

by Adrian Wintle Ennistown finished second last time out and is another one that stands out as a danger, with Ben Poste taking over.

Cannon chasing treble at Fontwell

Elsewhere in Fontwell, Cannon could have another winner with Beautiful daywho leads a group of five in the weatherbysshop.co.uk Handicap Chase (3:55).

The seven-year-old was a dominant winner on the track ten days ago and returns under a penalty here, taking on his stable mate Heydour and Alexandra Dunn Toad of the toad roomwho was second last time.

Last chance saloon for Ascot hopefuls

At Yarmouth, coaches may have one last chance to give their two-year-old stars a chance to shine ahead of Royal Ascot in the British Stallions EBF Maiden Stakes (1:53).

Among this year’s riders is £160,000 Kodiac colt Distant shot stands out as the most exciting prospect for the John & Thady Gosden team.

In the 3:38 (Happy 60th birthday Karen Yallop Handicap), The dreamer will look to back up last week’s win at Doncaster for Mike Murphy and Michael Keady, with Group 1 winner Neil Callan in the saddle.

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Alenquer and Tom Marquand celebrate after winning the Tattersalls Gold Cup for William Haggas.

Haggas releases a filly from Sea The Stars

He may not have everything he wants, going up against the likes of Charlie Fellowes Miss Peltier and Mystical Air, who carries the weight of the Roger Varian team.

In the next race, fearsome trainer William Haggas releases the Sea The Stars filly Tsarina of the Sea in the QuinnBet second in Maiden’s favorite fillies stakes (4:13) in seven stages.

It will have to comply with the standard set by Vega Consensusrated 77, for Team Varian while Jamie Spencer rides David Joiner Adele of Champagne.

Watch all the racing from Fontwell and Yarmouth, live only on Sky Sports Racing (Sky 415 | Virgin 535) on Wednesday June 8.




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