Sunday Sizzlers - Lucky15 Acca

Barry Hill is back with a Sunday Sizzler and gives us fur selections from Ascot & Doncaster.

2:45 Ascot 

Events At Ascot Juvenile Handicap Hurdle


Royal Way, with two recent wins at Ludlow, is definitely one to watch, but KADO DE JOIE gets a slight nod. This gelding from Nicky Henderson's stable secured a win at Market Rasen last month, indicating that a starting handicap mark of 110 is manageable. Hamsiyann, too, delivered a standout performance last time and warrants attention, as does Kourosh, who also merits consideration.

3:40 Doncaster 

Injured Jockeys Fund Handicap


STRESSFREE concluded the previous season with an emphatic victory on Nottingham's heavy track, a performance that resulted in a 4lb increase in his rating. This relatively untested four-year-old seems poised to thrive under similar optimal conditions and is favored to overcome the competition from There's The Door, who is likely to welcome the move back to handicaps after lacking impact in her last two outings at the Listed level. Ensured, having warmed up with a couple of appearances on the all-weather, is set to make a compelling case with Silvestre De Sousa in the saddle, while the seasoned campaigner Euchen Glen cannot be easily dismissed.

4:30 Ascot

Home-Start Bracknell Forest Veterans' Handicap Chase

SAM BROWN - 10/3

Two For Gold, the victor of this event last year, has its team optimistic that the introduction of a tongue-tie for the first time will help the commendable older horse find form again. Yet, SAM BROWN, after clinching a win in the esteemed veterans' series finale at Warwick in January, remained competitive in the Denman Chase and continued to show form in the Coral Trophy at Kempton in his most recent race. Moving down in grade and with Freddie Gingell providing a vital 5lb reduction, he could be the key to success. Larry also deserves attention.

5:25 Doncaster 

William Hill Lengthen Your Odds Handicap


BURJ MALINKA made a notable impression for much of his latest race at Newcastle, and a shorter distance this time around seems to be a strategic decision. Having secured a place in a division of this race last year, Adrian Nicholls' sprinter is positioned well for a strong showing. Glory Fighter arrives in good form, primed by recent races on the all-weather, while Huddle Up is still seeking a first win under the Barron team but maintains a competitive handicap mark. Newcomer to handicaps, Violets Star, along with Showalong, also stand out as contenders likely to be involved in the final stages of the race.

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