The best bets of Thursday from the unbeatable Spotlights team at Racing Post

Nottingham

1.35: Strongbow

The most obvious answer is Strong bowwho was only recently reinvented as a sprinter, but was in command in Thirsk in the final phase nine days ago and is here just before the handicap that has become a criminal offense. Triggered and Gilt Edge are also coming here after recent wins, but the main threat to the selection could be Coase, who started with two encouraging runs for David O’Meara this month and should now be on the concert pitch.
Chris Wilson

Newcastle

3.10: Kronenhorpe

The one trained by Richard Fahey Kronenhorpe likes it here and got back to form second in Nottingham last time. He is the selection before stable mate Hartswood, who ran well two starts in York and did not get the breaks the next time at Redcar. Orbaan and Eagleway are others who could do well in an open race.
Ben Hutton

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New market

2.25: Doctor Parnassus

Glencora is on the rise and more is coming from her at 1m4f +. She is not passed over lightly, but she encounters a strong group of three-year-olds. Spirit Mixer is increased by 3 pounds for its newest performance, however Doctor Parnassus He also looks handicapped on his display at the York Dante meeting and David O’Meara’s protégé gets the vote with still clear potential. Handsome is another major player and he comes second on the list.
Richard Austen

Leicester

8.45: Romulan prince

Athers, Helluvaboy and Sundayin might have something to recommend but this could be between the two recent winners. Canoodled is a good 4 pounds after her slight win at Lingfield, but this is a deeper race on faster ground and she could prove to be prone to. prove Romulan prince. The three-year-old, trained by Richard Hughes, scored well in Chelmsford last week and can make it 2-2 in handicaps.
Paul Smith

Hamilton

9.00: Langholm

There could be more to come Langholm as a sprinter, based on his dominant performance at Carlisle recently, he was selected to ignore a £ 5 penalty. Stronsay is another to arrive after a recent win, but Alsvinder, who has a solid record here, is weighted to turn the tables with him on track a few weeks ago and is seen as the greatest threat. The toolmaker is also interesting at his first appearance for Tristan Davidson.
Andrew Sheret

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FIRST PUBLICATION 7:00 AM ON JUNE 24, 2021