Today’s Lambourn Trainers’ Quotes

We aim to receive all the Lambourn trainers’ quotes by 10:30am (subject to trainers’ availability), but keep looking during the day as some come in later.

PLEASE NOTE: All odds are for guideline only – they are not linked to any bookmakers.






















Doncaster

6:15

Divine Summer

Ed Walker

Divine Summer is a nice filly who has been working well at home. It looks a warm race and I’m sure she will come on for the experience.

17/2

7:15

Glorious Rio

Charles Hills

14/1

7:45

Came From The Dark

Ed Walker

Came From The Dark is a horse we like a lot and will be happy on any ground I think. He obviously won well on heavy ground at Haydock so I’m hoping he can resume winning ways today.

11/2

7:45

Breath Of Air

Charles Hills

8/1

8:15

Autumn War

Charles Hills

7/2

















Haydock

6:00

Stormbomber

Ed Walker

Stormbomber is well and should have a good chance if handling the ground. I shouldn’t think he would want too much more rain.

7/1

















Market Rasen

1:35

Gunnery

Nicky Henderson

1/8

3:20

Casablanca Mix

Nicky Henderson

10/1

3:20

Pacific De Baune

Nicky Henderson

8/1

3:55

Follow The Bear

Nicky Henderson

11/4

4:30

Tales Of The Tweed

Nicky Henderson

6/1






Newbury

2:25

Jukebox Jive

Jamie Osborne

40/1

3:00

Khaadem

Charles Hills

7/1

3:40

Seraphinite

Jamie Osborne

66/1

3:40

Emten

Jamie Osborne

8/1

4:10

Sir Oliver

Richard Hughes

10/1

4:10

Good Earth

Jamie Osborne

SP

4:10

Fantasy Believer

Charles Hills

20/1

4:10

Giuseppe Cassioli

Charles Hills

16/1

4:10

Dandy Dancer

Richard Hughes

100/1

4:45

Lush Life

Jamie Osborne

15/2

4:45

Bubble And Squeak

Sylvester Kirk

12/1

5:20

Cliffs Of Capri

Jamie Osborne

13/2

5:20

George William

Ed Walker

George William I think has come on a lot for his seasonal debut at Newmarket and is in good form. I don’t think he would want the ground to go too soft.

9/2

5:20

Glendevon

Richard Hughes

20/1

5:20

Fighting Irish

Harry Dunlop

Fighting Irish would have an each-way chance if he is back to his best.

16/1



Newmarket

2:05

Wallaby

Jonathan Portman

Wallaby put up a good enough show on debut and can build on that here.

12/1

2:40

Skill Set

Henry Candy

Skill Set is a light-framed filly and not easy to train. Her owner is obviously keen to get some black type, but she is facing a stiff task.

33/1

3:50

Indeed

Dominic Ffrench Davis

Indeed is in good form and I think he’d have come on for his run at Chelmsford. As long as we get a bit of rain I think he’ll take a bit of beating.

4/1

3:50

Thrave

Henry Candy

Thrave will find the ground plenty fast enough unless some rain arrives. He is in good from and normally runs well at Newmarket.

9/1

5:35

Qutob

Charles Hills

7/2









Ripon

2:55

Stagehand

Charles Hills

5/2
























Our recent winners

Ashazuri

Jonathan Portman

8.15 Epsom

Ashazuri tries this longer trip for the first time but if that works she is well and trying. Tyler Saunders rides her every day at home so they get in well together.

11/4

Bird For Life

Mark Usher

6.55 Wolverhampton

I think that Sir Mark Prescott’s looks the horse that could be the fly in the ointment. Bird For Life could run very well as she’s in great form.

9/1

Rewaayat

Charles Hills

5.10 Lingfield

He goes very well at home, so we hope that he translates this to the track today.

5/2F