A bumper eight-race card at Windsor on Monday night features Sky Sports Racing, including a typically competitive Sprint Series Qualifier and an exciting Fillies’ Maiden.
6.35 Windsor – Haymaker & Indian Creak star in Series Qualifier
The second leg is valuable and competitive Fitzdares Sprint Series Qualifier Handicap (6.35) in Windsor saw a 10-runner field take the lead Deadly Nymph.
Clive Cox’s four-year-old only made his first career start in April last year, winning at Wolverhampton before adding further wins at Doncaster and two fine prizes at Ascot in September. He rightly set the standard in that form, booking Adam Kirby to ride.
Hughie Morrison Haymaker arrives in decent form after making a smart comeback to finish third in a 15-runner Newbury handicap last month.
Indian Creek won a Series Qualifier here in June before finishing 13th in the Final and added a fourth course and distance success for trainer Jack Channon here at the start of May.
About eight years old Spanish Star and Count Otto bring with them plenty of experience – 125 career starts and 20 wins between them – and both scored last time out.
7.05 Windsor – Stoute, Gosden & Apple in all maiden competition
With an excellent pot of over £20,000 to the winner, it’s no surprise to see many big names sending a runner to Darley EBF Maiden Fillies’ Stakes (7.05).
The Derby-winning trainer and jockey combination of Sir Michael Stoute and Richard Kingscote team up with Gentle Light for His Majesty The King and Her Majesty The Queen.
There are two in Royal colours, trained by Richard Hughes Added Value bids to do one better than he just started at Newbury.
Champions Charlie Appleby and William Buick joined the debutant Golden Smilea Sea The Stars filly who is a half-sister to the infamous Group Three winner Hamada.
by Ralph Beckett Glencalvie made a good impression when chasing home William Haggas’ Blue Missile at Lingfield last November, finishing in front of opposition again. To bloomwhile the Gosden group gave a first start to the Galileo filly Not obviously Regal.
3.20 Ffos Las – Flint’s course favorite Amateur tops feature
Winning the double course Amateur primarily weights for Vickers.Bet Handicap Chase (3.20) of Ffos Las last seen finishing a brave third in the West Wales National.
10-year-old John Flint hasn’t gone head to head since landing in the same race last year but has set a strong standard under claimer Toby Wynne.
The Bowen team is always one to watch on the Welsh track and trainer Peter sent the four-time winner to the course Fairlawn Flyerwith son Sean on board and first time blinkers applied after recent poor efforts.
Won the Devon National Gwencily Berbas has been David Pipe’s trusted servant and is looking for a sixth career win under Jack Tudor.
by Ben Pauling The Macon Lugnatic two and a half lengths behind Exeter’s Gwencily Berbas two starts ago but often inconsistent.
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Watch every race from Windsor and Ffos Las live on Sky Sports Racing on Monday, May 22.