Spencer has hopes of a treble at Yarmouth

Mark PointerJamie Spencer looks the jockey to follow as Great Yarmouth stages day one of its two-day June today.Spencer could well land a treble with Faithful Duchess (3.10), Deacon Blues (4.10) and Sharp Eclipse (5.10).Mark Pointer

Jamie Spencer looks the jockey to follow as Great Yarmouth stages day one of its two-day June today.

Spencer could well land a treble with Faithful Duchess (3.10), Deacon Blues (4.10) and Sharp Eclipse (5.10).

The Ed Dunlop-trained Faithful Duchess takes her chance in Division One of the Great Yarmouth Ladies Night Handicap. This filly has been running well without making the frame and has a good opportunity to open her account.

Deacon Blues runs in the Well Balanced Ledger At Jhsimpson.co.uk Handicap (4.10). This colt showed potential last season when winning a maiden in fine style at Leicester. This term Deacon Blues has finished second and third from his two starts and could well strike again. Sharp Eclipse could complete the treble for Spencer in the Great Yarmouth Mercury Handicap (5.10). This top weight has run well this season at both Newcsatle and Redcar, when finishing second on both occasions and could well break his maiden tag.


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The afternoon gets underway with the Free Racing With Oddschecker.com Wednesdays Maiden Auction Stakes (2.10), in which the Marcus Botti-trained Leiba Leiba looks hard to oppose.

The colt bids to open his account after being placed second on his opening two starts.

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Rascal In The Mix is the tentative selection in the Pleasurewood Hills Maiden Handicap (2.40). This grey filly was a decent second when staying at Wolverhampton last October and shaped well on her seasonal debut at Nottingham. She could well have an each-way squeak with young Amy Ryan in the saddle.

Collect Art bids for a hat-trick of wins when the Michael Bell-trained colt lines up in Division Two of the Great Yarmouth Ladies Night Handicap (3.40). The three-year-old was winner over course and distance last week and looks primed for further success in the capable hands of Hayley Turner.

The Jamie Osbourne-trained Prince Yarraman gets the nod in the Bennetts The Electrical Experts Apprentice Selling Stakes (4.40).

The colt has mostly run on the all-weather but stayed on well on turf debut at Brighton before finishing sixth at Bath when running on. A drop in class could see his fortunes change. Libreis the selection in the Football In The Community Handicap (5.40). The 10 year-old gelding was finished second in his last two races at Yarmouth and deserves a change of luck.

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