Dubara can prove best at Yarmouth

Red Hand

Dubara let down favourite-backers last time out but should be given chance to redeem herself in the 188Bet Handicap at Yarmouth.

The three-year-old was stepping up to 10 furlongs for the first time at Salisbury, having previously run up to a mile, but she hindered her chances when breaking slowly and was left in last place.

Admittedly, when Dubara made her move to the front, it appeared to be a promising run but having given her six rivals a bit of a start, Luca Cumani's charge ran out of gas in the dying strides.

She was eventually beaten three-quarters-of-a-length and a 4lb hike for that run, while far from ideal, is possibly fair as she did make up a chunk of ground.

Cumani steps back a furlong in trip here, but given a sharper start, Dubara certainly has the ability to make her mark.

Working Class is worth a small wager in the Read Silvestre De Sousa At 188Bet Median Auction Maiden Stakes.

Peter Chapple-Hyam's charge made a favourable impression when fifth on his racecourse bow at the back-end of last year but he did not actually make the track again until reappearing at Salisbury two weeks ago.

Gelded in the interim, Working Class turned in an eyecatching effort in finishing third, albeit beaten six lengths by See Of Rome.

Working Class was just found out for race fitness at the finish, lacking the required extra gear and being edged out for second in the shadow of the post.

The Bahri colt has enough about him to win an event like this before switching to the handicapping route.

World Record can return to winning form in the Open Golf Betting At 188Bet Handicap.

Triumphant at Brighton last September, Mick Quinn's charge has only had the one run so far this year, running well enough to finish second back at the seaside track in May.

He was returning from a six-month break on that occasion but his absence was clearly not too much of issue as he featured so prominently at the business end of the race.

That bodes well for his claims here and he is certainly on a very workable mark of 58.

Project Bluebook catches the eye as he returns to the Flat in the Turmeric Handicap at Catterick.

The four-year-old has been performing with real credit over hurdles for John Quinn, finishing fourth in the Fred Winter at Cheltenham before going on to Grade Two glory at Fairyhouse in April.

He was no slouch on the Flat last year, either, winning three times, and his rating of 80 could prove to be quite lenient with the trip holding few fears.

Hearty went into a few notebooks when third on his first start for Richard Rowe and is fancied to go a couple of places better in the British Grand Prix Betting At 188Bet Handicap at Lingfield.

Nap: Dubara

(3.45: Yarmouth)

Double: Working Class

(4.20: Yarmouth)

Treble: World Record

(4.55: Yarmouth)

Double: Project Bluebook

(4.30: Catterick)

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