Artistic Jewel has a great chance to get back to winning ways in the At The Races Conditions Stakes at Yarmouth says Nick Grant.
FOLKESTONE: 2.20 Last Fighter, 2.50 Marford Missile, 3.20 Tarbawi, 3.50 Usain Colt, 4.20 Silk Fairy, 4.50 Future Security, 5.20 Play The Blues.
LISTOWEL: 2.35 Janna's Jingle, 3.05 Salhooda, 3.35 Loreto, 4.05 Fit The Cove, 4.35 Leoroy Parker, 5.05 Tarquinius, 5.35 Dani Catalonia.
THIRSK: 2.10 Hit The Note, 2.40 Myanne, 3.10 Loki's Strike, 3.40 Polish World, 4.10 Noble Alan, 4.40 Granston, 5.10 Volcanic Wind, 5.40 Switchback.
YARMOUTH: 2.30 Ilsa Lund, 3.00 Bartack, 3.30 Game All, 4.00 ARTISTIC JEWEL (NAP), 4.30 Another Wise Kid, 5.00 Maria's Choice, 5.30 Malekov.
DOUBLE: Artistic Jewel and Future Security.
Artistic Jewel has a great chance to get back to winning ways in the At The Races Conditions Stakes at Yarmouth.
Ed McMahon's filly is a model of consistency, rarely running a bad race and only finishing out of the first three on three occasions from 10 career starts.
Her win at Doncaster in August was her first of the campaign but was not coming out of turn and she backed that up with a fine third to the red-hot Mince in a Listed race at Pontefract, where she had the worst of the draw.
She is adaptable ground-wise and handles a quick surface well.
It would be no surprise at all to see the Luca Cumani-trained Bartack go close in the Rachael Keatley Memorial Nursery now he is sent handicapping.
Three runs in maidens have yielded three fourth places but he has shown ability each time, most notably two runs ago in what turned out to be warm heat won by Cour Valant.
This first try at a mile might turn out to be what the Acclamation colt needs now.
Polish World is a sporting selection in the James Herriot Hall Conference & Banqueting Handicap at Thirsk for Paul Midgley.
The last twice he has been successful it has been off a mark of 80 and that is exactly where he finds himself once more after a few lacklustre efforts.
He has been running in some decent handicaps and his last victory was over Anderiego, a decent sort.
The ground is in his favour so a return to form for the eight-year-old is not out of the question.
Future Security is worth another chance in the ladbrokesgames.com Handicap at Folkestone.
Trained by Saeed bin Suroor the Dalakhani colt finished third behind Thought Worthy on his debut last season.
He went on to open his account over nine furlongs at Redcar, beating a decent yardstick in the process.
This season began with a win in a Bath handicap off a mark 79 and then he was upped in class considerably for the Melrose at York.
Things did not go to plan there, it was maybe a step too far, too soon or he may simply not have stayed a mile and three-quarters.
He is back down to a mile and a half now and is far less exposed than most of his rivals.