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ITV Racing Tips: Wuheida to wow in Falmouth Stakes

| 13.07.2017

Day two of the July Festival is on the horizon with the Group One Falmouth Stakes to look forward to, as well as the Group Two Duchess Of Cambridge Stakes.

We’ve got all your angles covered for the live ITV featured races on Gentleman’s Day.

NAP – Wuheida – 15:35 Newmarket

Having tipped up the Godolphin-owned three-year-old in our pre-festival ones to watch feature, it would be remiss of us not to have her as our NAP on day two.

Track the trends and you’ll find 14 of the last 15 winners of this race have been three-years-old or four-years-old. Apart from that, though, Wuheida is an exceptionally talented horse – and still unbeaten despite no races since October.

With two big wins in her previous outings, we reckon a third could be on the cards.

NB – Nyaleti – 14:25 Newmarket

A lot of people will be backing Clemmie in this one with Ryan Moore on board but we think Mark Johnston’s Nyaleti might just cause a slight upset.

The two-year-old is an absolute flyer and likes to set the pace from the off. Over just 6f here, the filly could take some stopping.

In her two previous runs she’s come in first and second so expect at least a place in this one, but we’re confident enough backing the win.

Lively Longshot – Monticello – 15:00 Newmarket

We’re going with a Mark Johnston-trained horse again for our Lively Longshot tip – this time, though, with the slightly less-fancied, Monticello.

They’ve booked top French jockey Gerald Mosse to spin her to glory which helps this tip no end, but it’s more so her potential and pedigree we like. And her juicier odds.

Having shown instances of enjoying this track in previous outings, we’ll back him for the win.

ITV Racing Tips:

13:50 Newmarket – Fawaareq

14:25 Newmarket – Nyaleti

15:00 Newmarket – Monticello

15:35 Newmarket – Wuheida

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Cian Carroll

Starting life as a football columnist for his local paper in Dundalk, Cian has written for a number of media outlets with pieces published in The Birmingham Mail and Spain’s El Mundo Deportivo. A lover of football, GAA, boxing, rugby and MMA, he’s a big Aston Villa and Dundalk fan. He can be regularly spotted on various mountain tops.