The pick of Wednesday’s UK races is the 3:30pm, at Chelmsford City. This Class 2 encounter is an All-Weather Championship Fast-Track Qualifier. We already have live ante-post markets, for all 6 AW Championship races. Which horses look capable of winning this 7f contest?View Our AW Championships Ante-Post Markets Now!
Mise En Rose
Charlie Appleby’s War-Front-sired 4-year-old won at this racecourse, last May. Her victory at Newmarket was even more impressive, as she beat future Listed winner Eternally when 6lb worse-off. Was also runner-up in the G3 Oak Tree Stakes (Goodwood), when Always Smile was among her scalps. She’s a Godolphin filly and the likely favourite.
Out of a dam named Lotus Sutra, this American filly was sired by Hat Trick. Victories proved elusive, last term, although each-way backers soon fell in love with her. She’s performed consistently well in Listed company, although 5 months off the track is a concern.
She’s the daughter of Miss Delila, who also gave birth to Mythical Madness and looks the class horse in this race. She faces a 5lb penalty, for her G3 Chartwell Fillies’ Stakes win, but that may not be enough to stop a filly that finished within 5 lengths of Alice Springs in the Falmouth Stakes. She also beat Duke Of Cambridge Stakes Champion Usherette, in that race, although Ashadihan was 9lb better-off than Andre Fabre’s charge. A formidable opponent, even with the extra burden.
Bahaarah , Golden Amber, Volunteer Point and Make Music are the other runners and none look completely out of it, based on the bare form. This should be an excellent race.View All Of Today’s Betting Markets Now!