Monday’s best bets from the unbeatable Spotlights team at Racing Post Post

Galway

6.45:

A lot of those are getting in shape here and the question is whether Ever A Dream can catch up with their £ 16 fine for their Fairyhouse win. A marginal preference is for entry into St. Leger National ballet who gradually got there before the last time he had a convincing success in Limerick. He can take blows.
Justin O’Hanlon

Newton Dept.

3.10:

This looks competitive for the class with multiple in good shape. Stanley Stanley has traveled vigorously on course and distance this month en route to defeating Lapford Lad and has maintained her improvement by 6 pounds higher. Old rivals Outlaw Jack and Josie Abbing (in that order) are the main threats.
Jonathan Neesom

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Ayr

2.50:

The easily run three-year-old Ravenscraig Castle stayed good to win over 1m3f on his last handicap debut at Carlisle and with his stamina, which appears to be a strength, he can now catch up with 1m5f. Three year old comrade Fandabidozi has gotten expensive, but he’s a consistent guy and could be the best of the rest. Red Missile arrives after a win while Greengage has won five times this year but was not at its best on Saturday in York.
Ben Hutton

Lingfield

1.55:

There may be a bigger run in The Vegas Raider, but William Buick’s mount is preferred Coat of arms woodwho is moving up the trip after making a winning handicap debut over 1m2f here last month. That form got a significant boost when the runner-up won his next six-length race.
Chris Wilson

Windsor

8.25:

There are plenty of formidable contenders on the lineup, but one that tops the list Lisdarraghwho was far ahead of the third in the C&D deal last Monday and is treated equally well here. Past winners, Bird To Love and Hy Eales, are the most feared in that order, though Blue Beret is respected after taking an honorable runner-up on her last time at Epsom. Others who could get involved are Pump It Up and My Boy Charles.
David Moon

Wolverhampton

8.40:

This low handicap offers a good opportunity for Hurricane Ali, whose recent hurdles suggest that he is a much better horse now than he was on his last run on the flat. Toybox is the second choice ahead of Sonnetina and Bristol Missile.
Alistair Jones

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FIRST PUBLICATION 7:00 AM JULY 26, 2021