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Friday's Racing Preview - Chester

It's the final day of the May meeting at Chester, and we've picked out a few runners to take an interest in.

In the 14:45 Boodles Diamond Ormonde Stakes, we feel Mount Athos has what it takes to repeat his victory from last year.

Although he has recently been entered in Group 1 races he hasn't quite succeeded in making the breakthrough at that level. A good run should should give him the confidence he needs to really fulfil his true potential.

He ran a couple of times in March, and he should be fit for the race. He has shown well on a number of occasions when the day suited him, including a placed run in the Melbourne Cup and beating today's rival Brown Panther at Flemington.

We think he's at an excellent price given that he's not even the favourite here today.

The best place to pick him up is Coral, who have him at 9/4.

Meanwhile, in the preceding 14:15, also known as the Betfair Cash Out Dee Stakes for reasons of money changing hands, we think Somewhat stands a good chance of winning.

It's been a wet week up here in the north, and while your correspondent cycles to work and is not enjoying the lingering dampness, Somewhat is a horse who needs a bit of give in the ground to really shine.

His form took a bit of a dive at Doncaster recently, but his running has otherwise been consistently promising. The increase in distance to a mile and a quarter is also likely to play into his hands.

We're confident he can bring his form back up to scratch here, and we'd recommend a visit to Ladbrokes where you can still get him as second favourite, at 11/4.

Further down the listings for the same race, we'd also take a peek at Zampa Manos.

His form has been good and although he's untested at this distance, we feel he could be the outsider best place to surprise the field.

It's by no means a cert, but he's well worth a flutter. We found the best odds at ToteSport, who are offering 10/1 for the win.

That also works out to 2/1 for placing, by no means bad odds for a horse nobody can quite be sure of.

Sunday Racing Preview - Newmarket 1000 Guineas

Newmarket has already given us plenty of exciting racing this weekend, and Sunday promises more of the same.

The highlight of the day is, of course, the QIPCO 1000 Guineas, where the fillies get to show us all what they're made of.

We've studied the field and we've got a selection of tips for the race.

First up, we like the look of Miss France.

She's originally from - well, guess. Her last run was a disappointing sixth in the Prix Imprudence at Maisons-Laffitte, but her trainer insists that was just a trial run.

That trainer, Andre Fabre, has never yet won the 1000 Guineas but, that last run aside, Miss France has previously shown she very much has what it takes.

A classy runner, strong in pace and stamina, we think she has a good chance of taking the prize.
You can get her at 5/1 over at BoyleSports.

Next up, Joyeuse is bound to show well.

Frankel's half sister was beaten in her trial, but there is plenty of precedent for that not mattering at all on the big day.

Her jockey, James Doyle, knows how to calm her down, and now she runs with a hood again she's as settled as she's ever been.

The last time Doyle rode her she came in third just over a length behind the winner, and the extra furlong she'll be running today doesn't look likely to present too much of a problem to her.

We reckon she's a sound outside chance, and you can get her at a very decent 20/1 over at Stan James.

Finally, we're looking at Bracelet.

She's considered to be very promising and seems to give more the further she has to run.

Her pedigree is excellent and her form is good. We think you're going to hear a lot more about this filly over the next few years, and she's well worth backing this time out.

Her odds are fluctuating but you can get her at 10/1 right now at ToteSport.

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