Today on Sky Sports Racing: Frankie Dettori arrives in Lingfield for Week Two Racing | Racing news
Frankie Dettori was the star of the show at Lingfield on Thursday as Week Two of the Grand Prix promises more action, live on Sky Sports Racing.
7.40 Lingfield – Purple Ribbon Steps Up in Class
Arguably the choice of action came at 7:40, with an excellent pitch of 13 lining up for an attractive handicap over a mile and a half.
Team East can do with a great evening and have a great chance in this heat with Purple ribbonhead weight for the Charlie Fellowes team, with last year’s winning racer Jack Mitchell on the saddle.
The four-year-old has won two of her three starts and although she’s already made it to class, it looks like she can make her stride.
Among other contenders, this year’s top driver Sean Levey will go on track and the distance winner Neanderth for Andrew Balding and London & The South, while Side of the port and Storm Castle can also run fine.
7.10 Lingfield – Chapman bids to keep running in his dreams
Matt Chapman’s London & The South team could hardly have wished for a better start, with four wins in Week One putting them at the top of the table.
They have two good chances to add to that count in 7:10, with Group of one power and Menai Bridge both are in pretty advanced form entering this competition.
That is a full field for temperature 10 times long, with Jewelry maker and Jean Baptiste things to keep in mind, while George Scott’s Prydwen is also another thing to consider.
3.30 Ffos Las – Probert with his great book on trips
Away from the Racing League action, David Probert looks set to have a great book on rides at the Welsh Ffos Las location.
One of his best opportunities came in Charlies Wash Truck Race Handicap (3:30)as David Evans’ Dora Penny aim for a hat-trick, following Sunday’s win over Leicester.
He is faced with the possibility of love Bibulous from the Henry Candy field, who looks unexposed at a distance and is in good form – Dane O’Neill begins.
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Watch every race from the Racing League at Lingfield and Ffos Las live on Sky Sports Racing on Thursday, August 11.