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Robin Goodfellow’s career tips: best bets for Saturday, October 23

Robin Goodfellow’s career tips: best bets for Saturday, October 23


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It’s been a decade since Guineas and Derby winner Camelot lifted the Vertem Futurity Trophy en route to multiple Classic wins and his son Luxembourg (Doncaster, 3.15) has a great chance to follow in his footsteps on Saturday.

Trainer Aidan O’Brien called Luxembourg a ‘very green baby’ after his victory at Curragh last time at the Beresford Stakes and it was easy to understand why, as his towering colt looked very inexperienced when asked by jockey Seamie Heffernan. to accelerate.

However, after a momentary delay, the response was exciting, as Luxembourg opened in spectacular style to overtake all four of its rivals, demonstrating the level of acceleration only seen in first-class horses.

Sportsmail Racing Expert Robin Goodfellow Gives His Tips for Saturday Meetings

Sportsmail Racing Expert Robin Goodfellow Gives His Tips for Saturday Meetings

Unlike Camelot, O’Brien has made a second career in the national team, clearly recognizing from his assignment and the evidence from the racetrack that it is taking a while for the penny to drop.

The alarming issue for today’s seven rivals is the live chance we still have to see the best of Luxembourg, who is clearly learning on the job and can only continue to progress once his mind and body are in sync.

His galloping style did not find the favor of all onlookers at Curragh, but the flat expanse of Town Moor should be perfect for a horse of his lanky build and sponsors will hope that his talent continues to mask his inexperience and greenery as he has up to the date.

It is true that entering the Group One company against adversaries who are battle-hardened youngsters, notably Bayside Boy and Royal Patronage, represents a difficult task and, if there are cracks by the immaturity of the selection, those main rivals could exploit their weaknesses.

The various lines of youthful form will certainly be put under the microscope with Royal Lodge winner Royal Patronage participating once again with Acomb Stakes runner-up Imperial Fighter, while Bayside Boy could have been considered unlucky for not finishing any closer. from Native Trail in Dewhurst for fifteen days. behind.

However, none of them have shown the stark brilliance and gearshift that Luxembourg has exhibited in two starts to date, thus taking it into winter by dominating the ante-post markets for next season’s Classics. like his father he did it in an impressive way. a decade ago.

KELSO

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1.34 Parisencore

2.09 son of Nells

2.44 Lifeisahighway

3.19 Maulde’s Empire

3.54 Treasured Company

4.29 Duke of Navan

5.04 Getaman

5.35 Dequall (NAP)

OF BAD QUALITY

1.45 Edson Dantes

2.20 Son of Nells

2.44 Vintage Glen

3.19 Dollar Dingo

3.54 Spark of Madness

4.29 North bound

5.04 Ashjan

5.35 T of lemon

Norteño – 2.09 Nells Son (nb)

DONCASTER

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1.00 Coco Bear

1.30 Qipao

2.05 zipper

2.40 Rhythmic intention

3.15 Luxembourg

3.50 flaming rib

4.20 Raasel

4.55 Areehaa

OF BAD QUALITY

1.00 Sir Maxi

1.30 spit feathers

2.05 Fools rush

2.40 Appear

3.15 Luxembourg (NAP)

3.50 Deodar (treble)

4.20 Dakota Gold

4.55 Darvel

Newmarket – 1.30 way to win (nb)

Norteño – 3.15 Patronato Real (NAP)

NEWBURY

ROBIN GOODFELLOW

1.25 cashew

2.00 Dubai Poet

2.35 Ilaraab

3.10 Lady Caroline

3.45 Forbidden

4.15 Baroque star

4.50 One trip (nb)

5.25 seventeen or four

OF BAD QUALITY

1.25 Friendliness

2.00 Dubai Poet

2.35 Siskany

3.10 Eidikos

3.45 Ching Shih

4.15 Nazimova

4.50 True Scarlet

5.25 Lady Isabel

CHELTENHAM

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1.45 Samarrive

2.20 Storm control

2.55 Tritonic

3.30 Sky Pirate

4.05 Butler’s Report

4.40 Oscar Elite

5.15 Ocean of Mercy

OF BAD QUALITY

1.45 Samarrive

2.20 Storm control

2.55 Tritonic

3.30 Sky Pirate

4.05 Butler’s Report

4.40 Oscar Elite

5.15 Ocean of Mercy

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