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Monday 23 April 2018

Prince set to reign at Sandown

VOODOO PRINCE can confirm the good impression he made when winning on his last start by landing the Bet On Tote lacepot at totesport.com Handicap at Sandown.

Through no fault of his own the three-year-old was talked about before he made his debut.

That is because his mother is the outstanding racemare Ouija Board, who ran in the same famous black and white colours of Lord Derby and was also trained by Ed Dunlop.

The ninth furlong he tackles here can only be in his favour given his mum stayed a mile and a half and his mark of 85 looks fair.

OUR JONATHAN relished the stepup to seven furlongs at Chester last time and can defy top weight in the totesport 0800 221 221 Handicap.

Andrew Balding is taking it steady with NIGHT CARNATION and that can pay off in the Listed totesport.com Scurry Stakes.

SEA MOON was one of the winter Derby favourites so there will be long faces at Michael Stoute's Freemason Lodge if he cannot win the Give Generously To Macmillan Stakes at York.

Balding's horses usually improve a good deal for their first start of the season and if DESERT LAW does the same, he will take all the beating in the Bond Tyres Trophy Stakes.

Eric Alston knows how to handle good sprinters and BARKSTON ASH is progressing at a rate of knots.

His last win at Ripon suggested more to come and the Chester Rocks 2 & 3 July Handicap on the Roodee looks winnable.

Tom Dascombe's string is absolutely flying at present and CAPE MOSS ran a promising race on his debut at Haydock behind Queen Mary favourite Shumoos.

He completely missed the break but stayed on nicely close home and reappears in the toteswinger More Ways To Win EBF Novice Stakes at Bath.

Noel Quinlan's LEMON ROCK should win the Inspirational Health Care Maiden Fillies' Stakes at Leicester after finishing second last time.

Godolphin's OUTSMART, narrowly beaten on his first outing, is impossible to oppose in the Win A Holiday On Ladies Night Median Auction Maiden Stakes at Lingfield.

WHAT A STEEL can follow up a recent win at Kelso in Hexham's Hadrian Health Care Handicap Hurdle.

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