Dettori set to put on Yarmouth Best
Frankie Dettori will be the star attraction as Great Yarmouth racecourse stages its second meeting of the season, with a competitive six race card.The ever popular Dettori has only one ride booked, which is aboard the Jeremy Noseda colt He's My Best in the opening race, the Cape Industrial Services Maiden Stakes, off at 5.
Frankie Dettori will be the star attraction as Great Yarmouth racecourse stages its second meeting of the season, with a competitive six race card.
The ever popular Dettori has only one ride booked, which is aboard the Jeremy Noseda colt He's My Best in the opening race, the Cape Industrial Services Maiden Stakes, off at 5.25. This three-year-old is sure to attract a lot of support and should be tuned up to win on his racing debut.
Newmarket trainer, Henry Cecil, has started the season well and could land an “East Coast” double, with Sound of Nature and Power of Future.
Sound of Nature takes his chance in the Howards Group & PKF Handicap at 5.55. Cecil has been patient with this four-year-old colt, who was an impressive winner at Leicester last time out and definitely looks a horse to follow this season if he wins tonight.
Power of Future runs in the finale at 8.00, the Custom Kitchens Handicap Stakes. This filly also looks a progressive type, judged on her stylish win at Wolverhampton before Christmas and is sure to be thereabouts at the finish.
Pat Will should hopefully oblige in the Eastern Power Systems Handicap Stakes over six furlongs at 6.30. This Welsh raider was an unlucky loser at Leicester earlier this month, when finishing second. Tonight's conditions should suit this filly to give another winner to this in-form stable.
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The Clive Brittain-trained Sparkling Eyes, makes most appeal in the three-year-old Nationwide Plant Hire Handicap Stakes, run over 5 furlongs at 7.00. Beaten by only a neck at Ripon on her last run, this filly should go close again today, with Seb Sanders aboard once more.
Jarvo should take some beating in the Burgh Hall Leisure Complex Classified Stakes at 7.30. This six year-old gelding ran only two days ago, when running on to finish a close second at Bath - hopefully, he can gain compensation this evening.