Six race stunner at Yarmouth races

A SIX-RACE card has again attracted entries from top stables for this afternoon's (Tuesday's) card at Great Yarmouth racecourse.And the day should get off to a great start with the sports most colourful jockey Frankie Dettori looking the most likely winner of the opening sprint at 2.

A SIX-RACE card has again attracted entries from top stables for this afternoon's (Tuesday's) card at Great Yarmouth racecourse.

And the day should get off to a great start with the sports most colourful jockey Frankie Dettori looking the most likely winner of the opening sprint at 2.10pm.

Dettori will be wearing the famous Godolphin blue silks when he rides the Saeed Bin Suroor trained Izaaj in the six furlong sprint for two-year-olds.

Likely to start a short-priced favourite, Izaaj should go better than the third place achieved on debut.

Another confident selection is the Seb Sanders ridden and Clive Brittain trained Mudhish in the seven furlong handicap at 2.40pm while the William Haggas trained Monaadema rates a strong challenger.

Gay Kelleway is always a force to be reckoned with at the seaside track and her Why Nee Amy, ridden by top apprentice David Probert, has a clear chance in the 3.10pm seller over a mile. Up three pounds for a second place finish at Great Yarmouth three weeks ago, Why Nee Amy might find another too good in the shape of True Britannia. Ridden by claimer Andrea Atzeni, I take True Britannia to score.

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Dreamwalk, with Sanders hopefully by then looking to complete a double, should go well in the 10-furlong maiden at 3.40pm. Trained by Ralph Beckett, Dreamwalk will face tough competition from trainer-in-form Ed Dunlop's Andhaar but I take Sanders' charge to duly oblige.

At a decent price, Cwm Rhonda could pop up under the steering of apprentice Jack Mitchell in the 4.10pm 10-furlong handicap. Doping all its best work at the end of a mile event at Nottingham last time out, Cwm Rhonda, trained by Peter Chapple-Hyam gets the verdict ahead of King of Connaght, a last time out winner at Bath 13 days ago.

The final event, over a mile and six furlongs at 4.40pm, might well be a battle of the 'Ladys'. Lady Pilot, the Jim Best trained horse which finished fourth over two miles at Catterick last time out, should be suited by the drop in trip and could get the better of Lady Hestia, a winner at Brighton for trainer Marcus Tregoning 23 days ago.

Selections:

2.10 - Izaaj

2.40 - Mudhish

3.10 - True Britannia

3.40 - Dreamwalk

4.10 - Cwm Rhonda

4.40 - Lady Pilot

For more information contact www.greatyarmouth-racourse.co.uk