Championship contender Tom Marquand returns from France with a lead chance in the final of the Sprint Series contests at Windsor on Monday, live on Sky Sports Racing.
6.45 Windsor – Two-time track winner Spoof looks to bounce back
Charlie Hills veteran sprinter Parody has two on-course wins under his belt and is looking to bounce back in the seven runners Fitzdares Sprint Series Handicap (6.45)having only managed seventh in a class two handicap at Pontefract last time out.
The seven-year-old has steadily dropped in the ratings to a workable 82 after going nine starts without a win and was only narrowly disallowed in a similar run here last May.
Marquand, who currently sits third in the Flat Jockeys Championship and eight wins behind leader William Buick, makes the rounds for the first time in the horse’s career.
Coach Denis Quinn sends the relatively uncrowded Lynn Boywho has been in fine form this year, winning at Southwell before being in the top three at Newcastle, Doncaster and Newmarket.
by George Boughey Dove had looked progressive in scoring twice in five days last month – at Windsor and Bath – but has questions to answer after less of an effort at Carlisle, while coach Robert Cowell ran three into the race: Faustus, Autumn Flight and Isle of Lismore.
7.15 Windsor – Owen’s Noman leads the competition field of 10
Another legitimate championship contender, Ben Curtis, returns aboard the highest weight Nobody in a highly competitive environment Buy Fitzperfectly at www.oldgoldracing.com Handicap (7.15) in Windsor.
The four-year-old, who portrays Hugo Palmer of Michael Owen’s Manor House stables, heads south failing to impress when he moved up to class two at Ripon in April.
Noman seemed to enjoy moving to a mile and a half when winning at Leicester earlier this season and could still have room for further improvement from a mark of 86.
William Knight’s Percy’s Pride is next in line, looking for her first win of 2022 after climbing the handicap ladder with three wins last year.
John Flint Time interval was a 10-stadia winner at Windsor two weeks ago and received a 5-pound raise for that win, with 3-pound claimant William Cox booked to ride.
1.53 Lingfield – Buick booked for star in search of hat-trick
The Buick lead driver heads to Lingfield on Monday for three outings, including the much-loved Simply Sondheim in the At The Races App Market Movers Handicap (1.53).
George Boughey’s three-year-old boy is looking for a third straight win after successfully hitting the grass at Hamilton and Leicester.
Buick also boards Darryll Holland’s exciting filly grace angel in the At The Races App Form Study Restricted Maiden Stakes (2.28) as she aims to do better than when she was narrowly beaten by Lady Jane Gray on the same track last month.
This form sets the standard here and receiving weight against the boys helps his case.
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