Eddie Ahern has been found guilty of three breaches of BHA rules following a disciplinary inquiry into alleged corruption.
Do it my way at Lingfield
On My Own can make a triumphant start to life as a handicapper at Lingfield on Wednesday according to Chris Wilson. HUNTINGDON: 2.10 French Canadian, 2.40 Double Handful, 3.10 Representingceltic, 3.40 Sea Lord, 4.10 Gilzean, 4.40 Wom. KEMPTON: 6.00 Punditry, 6.30 Picansort, 7.00 Jana, 7.30 Dream Catcher, 8.00 Warrigal, 8.30 Wise Venture, 9.00 Trymyluck. LINGFIELD: 2.00 Minority Interest, 2.30 Da Do Run Run, 3.00 Hurakan, 3.30 Honest Strike, 4.00 Ertikaan, 4.30 At A Clip, 5.00 Orpsie Boy, 5.30 ON MY OWN (NAP). SLIGO: 5.40 Mimi And Bow, 6.10 Zabana, 6.40 Stop The Clock, 7.10 Leinster Walk, 7.40 Twigline, 8.10 The Two Jays, 8.40 Borussia. SOUTHWELL: 1.50 Mucky Molly, 2.20 Maakirr, 2.50 Tamayuz Magic, 3.20 Tony Hollis, 3.50 Noguchi, 4.20 Daddy Warbucks, 4.50 Lexington Blue, 5.20 Ridgeway Hawk. WORCESTER: 5.50 Ice Cool Benny, 6.20 Dance Tempo, 6.50 Donnas Palm, 7.20 Hopping Hare, 7.50 Deep Trouble, 8.20 Brians Well, 8.50 Shinko Moon. DOUBLE: On My Own and Minority Interest. On My Own can make a triumphant start to life as a handicapper on the Lingfield turf. The John Hills-trained colt has shown only a modicum of ability in three previous maidens, but is likely be an entirely different proposition in the second division of the Smiths News Handicap. On My Own was considered one to watch on his debut at Newbury last April, when he finished a decent fifth behind subsequent Group Three winner Noble Mission. Next up was a visit to Chester for a typically strong affair at the May meeting. The Rock Of Gibraltar colt was beaten over 10 lengths that day, but that run can perhaps be stricken from the record as he suffered a troubled passage towards the line. Hills will then have been happy by his staying-on fifth at Kempton at the start of the month, when he was seemingly not fancied at odds of 33-1. The manner in which he plugged on once the cause was lost did not go unnoticed, though, and this race looks the easiest assignment he has so far encountered. A mark of 72 might be a little on the stiff side, but there is a strong chance On My Own has enough quality to readily fight his corner in this humble company. It would be a shade disappointing if Minority Interest cannot build upon a promising run on Lingfield's all-weather track when he competes in the Mail Publisher Solutions Handicap. The four-year-old son of Galileo thrived in first-time blinkers last month to win by a neck in a mile-and-a-quarter handicap. Brett Johnson's chestnut flew at the death to suggest this slight ramp in trip is a wise piece of business. Minority Interest, who is rated just 1lb higher on turf than on the all-weather, is one of the most unexposed horse in this line-up and is clearly in a happy place right now. Daddy Warbucks is an interesting candidate for top honours in the Mike Mahony 65 Today Handicap at Southwell. Dandy Nicholls' versatile four-year-old has been found a good race in which to hit the ground running this year, having ended last season on a mark of 75. The Martin Love-owned gelding has won twice at the Nottinghamshire circuit and is arguably at his sharpest over this one-mile trip. Any market plunge for Dream Catcher at Kempton could be revealing. Jonjo O'Neill's veteran hardly ripped up too many trees on his last few starts of 2012, but the assessor has given him a fair chance in the Conor Maynard Live At Kempton 14.09.13 Handicap over two miles. Dream Catcher won a similar race to this a few years ago off a 3lb higher mark, while his good third over course and distance last June will give connections a little optimism on his first start for 248 days. The fact Richard Hughes receives the leg-up could also be taken as a clear statement of intent. Dance Tempo gets the nod in the Print Strategy Europe Beginners' Chase at Worcester, with Representingceltic expected to do the business in the Hotel & Spa Offers At whittleburyhall.co.uk Handicap Chase at Huntingdon.
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Forecast bright for Mist
Malachim Mist can take the next step up the ladder by claiming the Youngsters Conditions Stakes at Pontefract on Tuesday night. BRIGHTON: 2.10 Red Tulip, 2.40 Daylight, 3.10 Putin, 3.40 Authoritarian, 4.10 Silver Alliance, 4.40 Redoute Star, 5.10 Signora Frasi. NEWCASTLE: 2.30 Sixty Minutes, 3.00 Tectonic, 3.30 Maggie Mey, 4.00 Aramist, 4.30 Mean It, 5.00 Almost Gemini, 5.30 Sandy Lane, 6.00 Dream Vale. NOTTINGHAM: 2.20 Brave Boy, 2.50 Two In The Pink, 3.20 Beyeh, 3.50 Kikonga, 4.20 Mawj Tamy, 4.50 Secret Art, 5.20 King Bertie, 5.50 Monnoyer. PONTEFRACT: 6.20 Ellaal, 6.50 Arizona John, 7.20 MALACHIM MIST (NAP), 7.50 Mission Approved, 8.20 Magika, 8.50 Duke Cosimo. TOWCESTER: 5.35 Garryleigh, 6.05 Kayfton Pete, 6.35 King Fingal, 7.05 Smooth Classic, 7.35 Prince Pippin, 8.05 The Musical Guy, 8.35 Brunton Blue. DOUBLE: Malachim Mist and Mission Approved. Malachim Mist can take the next step up the ladder by claiming the Youngsters Conditions Stakes at Pontefract's evening meeting. Richard Hannon sends this Dark Angel colt on the long journey north after he won a Goodwood maiden at the second time of asking earlier this month. Malachim Mist was drawn on the wrong side at Newbury on his racecourse bow but the experience clearly taught him plenty as he looked a useful tool when winning on the Sussex Downs. Racing over six furlongs, Malachim Mist broke smartly to bag the stands' rail and made every yard of the running before being eased down to win by just under three lengths. With the form of his initial run starting to work out well and plenty of big sales race entries later in the year, he has all the hallmarks of another classy Hannon juvenile. Sir Michael Stoute's horses have been in excellent form, and the Newmarket maestro looks set for a Pontefract double courtesy of Mission Approved and Duke Cosimo. The first-named justified strong support when winning making a winning bow in handicap company at Lingfield last time and a 5lb rise looks workable in the Tony Lewis & Our Best Pal Handicap. While he did not win by far at Lingfield, it was hard not to have been impressed with the way he picked up from the back of the field in the final furlong. Duke Cosimo let down favourite-backers on his racecourse debut but should recover losses in Pontefract's Got Talent - Friday Evening 7th June Maiden Stakes. He ran a bit green that day but was only beaten a neck and usual improvement should be sufficient to claim this race. Two In The Pink is worth following in Nottingham's Eat In Our Rooftop Restaurant Handicap after winning a maiden at the third attempt recently. She did not have to be too special to beat Batchworth Lady by a length and three-quarters and a rating of 65 does not look too harsh. Mean It should appreciate the step up in trip to 10 furlongs in the Vertem Handicap at Newcastle. He made a satisfactory return when beaten into second on his return at Windsor, but after getting run out of it in the finish, an increase in distance appears the logical step. Authoritarian is the choice in the Weatherbys Hamilton Insurance Fillies' Handicap at Brighton, while Kayfton Pete can strike gold in the Haygain Hay Steamers Clean Healthy Forage Handicap Chase at Towcester.
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Sir Alex Ferguson was at Lingfield to watch Telescope's crucial gallop, but the Investec Derby hope failed to impress.
Our Value Bet tipster Ben Linfoot goes through the trials for the Investec Oaks at Epsom and he's backing a filly at 10/1.
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Seb James with the latest market movers from the Sky Bet trading room including a strong fancy at Huntingdon.
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Style Vendome, winner of the French 2000 Guineas, will not run in the Prix du Jockey-Club on Sunday week.