Go For An Invisible Touch
Go For An Invisible Touch
By Nick Grant

Invisible Man

Invisible Man makes his first appearance of the season in the totepool.com Sports, Games, Bingo & More Conditions Stakes at Nottingham ahead of a possible third crack at the Hunt Cup at Royal Ascot.

Godolphin’s seasoned campaigner lifted the ultra-competitive handicap at the Berkshire course in 2010 and was third last summer.

Although he has not run since finishing second in the Group Two Topkapi Trophy in Turkey last September, he usually goes well fresh and is suited by the race conditions.

Secret Quest created a good impression over an extended mile at Nottingham on her debut last month and can follow up in the EBF Play Blackjack And Roulette At totepool.com Fillies’ Handicap.

The Cheveley Park-owned filly got the hang of the racing game at the business end to collar Cufflink by a neck.

James Fanshawe’s charge goes straight into handicap company after that and could well turn out to be a decent sort.

Demora can defy a 7lb penalty for a course and distance win on Sunday in the Free Racing Post Form At totepool.com Handicap.

Michael Appleby‘s filly got off the mark in cosy fashion by a length and a quarter from Welease Bwian with the third horse five lengths away.

She has more to do this time, but looks progressive and is still at the right end of the handicap.

Ripon’s SIS Live Maiden Stakes should be well worth waiting for as it looks a potentially informative heat with a number of big yards represented.

Any number of improvers are involved, but preference is for the William Haggas-trained Stencive, once thought of as a possible Derby material and still eminently capable of making up into a smart animal.

Having shown definite promise in his sole two-year-old start at Newbury in October, the Dansili colt went to Newmarket last month for the Listed race won by Frankel’s brother, Noble Mission.

He was only fourth but that was a good race and, in any case, he met traffic problems at a crucial stage, leaving the distinct impression we have not seen the best of him yet.

Kyllachy Spirit is a shot in the dark in the Betdaq Mobile Apps Handicap at Kempton, but could go well at a price.

William Knight’s four-year-old ran way too badly to be true at York, but that could possibly be put down to the fact it was his second run back after a long break.

Prior to that he had gone well under top weight at Lingfield and he tends to run his best races at this track.

He does not have too many miles on the clock and is only 4lb higher than a course success in September.

Despite being a 10-year-old, Huckleberry seems to be improving and can make it five wins in row with victory in the Stone Source Grand Veterans’ Handicap Chase at Cartmel.

His win at Leicester last month came off a mark of 93 and was arguably his most impressive yet, with his winning spree having started off 71 at Chepstow in March.

Tony Carroll’s gelding has another 10lb on his back in Cumbria but looks certain to again give a bold account, especially if there is a drop or two of rain.

Psi should also go well in the AE Parker Handicap Chase at Fontwell.

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