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Brighton’s scenic seaside track hosts a busy seven-race card on Tuesday, featuring a pair of Team Tony Carroll double seekers.

4.05 Brighton – Queen Sarabi back on the stage of success

After 11 unsuccessful starts, Queen Sarabi finally broke his first course and distance tag three weeks ago under a fine run from apprentice champion Marco Ghiani.

The four-year-old filly was lifted 3 pounds in the handicap for the win, giving her a solid chance to follow in the Daily Free Tips on attheraces.com Apprentice Handicap (4.05) with Rhys Clutterbuck booked for the first time.

Trainer Sheena West walks sneaky madam back on the road for her third departure in three weeks. The former Mick Channon-trained four-year-old took off over a mile at Brighton on May 17 before disappointing over the same course and distance seven days ago.

The 10 year veteran Chetan was third behind Sly Madam last time out, extending his winless run to 19, but the Carroll-trained runner continues to drop to a potentially achievable mark.

2.00 Brighton – Youth versus experience as Doc Sportello seek quick double

Another member of the Carroll returning to Brighton in search of a quick double is a veteran sprinter Doc Sportellowho runs the estate for the Download At The Races Handicap App (2.00).

Once rated as high as 104, the 10-year-old was back on the winning streak when he reached six furlongs seven days ago and looks the yard’s pick of the three in the race, despite a 4-plus increase books.

While he has made an impressive 61 career starts, the main market rival Jackmaster Rudi is notable undisplayed as a three-year-old with only six racetrack appearances to date.

The best of those efforts came here last month in the pursuit of Archie Watson’s impressive winner Blast.

Neil Callan keeps the race on the gelding of David Evans and an unchanged mark puts them well in the lot.

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Coach Tony Carroll sends 10 runners to Brighton on Tuesday

3.30pm Brighton – Turner ready to build on impressive course form

Coach Bill Turner has been in fine form at Brighton, winning with two of his three starters so far this year.

He is sending two more to Sussex on Tuesday, including a three-year-old girl bypasses in the Sky Sports Racing Sky 415 Handicap (3.30).

This filly has improved in each of her seven starts so far and set a career high when she was second to smart winner Billy McGarry over a mile at Nottingham last month.

by Brian O’Rourke Delahoussaye leads the pack after catching the eye with a good third-place effort behind captain Kane at Bath last time out.

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Watch all the races from Brighton live only on Sky Sports Racing (Sky 415 | Virgin 535) on Tuesday 7 June.




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