PADDOCKS PATENT (TUESDAY)

16:00 Leicester We visit Leicester for our first selection for today, taking in a Class 3 handicap over seven furlongs. Early favourite Musdam won on his only prior visit here and has placed on all four runs over today’s trip, finishing within a length of the winner on all four occasions. His trainer Sir Michael Stoute is operating at a 38% winning strike rate over the last 2 weeks, has a 27% winning strike rate at Leicester over the last 12 months and has a similarly impressive strike rate when Ryan Moore is in the saddle. Cricklewood Green comes next in the early markets, has won four from seven over today’s trip and arrives here on the back of two wins over a mile. A 3lbs rise for his latest victory will make things a little tougher so although only 1lbs higher than his best winning mark a drop back in trip may not play to his strengths here. Qeyaadah hasn’t won since debut but has placed twice over today’s trip and ran well enough on re-appearance in June to make his presence felt, while In The Red has an eleven month absence to overcome in his hat-trick attempt but was a ready winner when last seen and cannot be discounted. Musdam (WIN)

16:20 Redcar Hyland Heather has placed in six of her ten career runs including five from seven over six furlongs but the fact that she hasn’t won yet is cause for concern and she is taken on today with the William Haggas trained Manshood. The in-form trainer is operating at a 34% winning strike rate over the last 2 weeks, has won with 50% of all runners he’s sent to Redcar in the last 12 months and the selection is his only runner on the card. Like Hyland Heather, Manshood is yet to win a race but has only had 3 runs and has placed twice, improving with each run so has more scope for improvement and should be capable of getting his nose in front this time around. Of the remainder, Tommy G has placed in 75% of his runs on turf and has place claims again, while Jabbarockie finished a close second over the minimum trip when last seen and is another to consider for each-way purposes. Manshood (WIN)

16:50 Redcar Our third selection is Burnside who could be described as somewhat tentative…. however at a tasty 20/1 at the time of writing he will hopefully give us a decent run for our money. In truth he showed little in two runs across the water but makes his handicap debut off what could prove to be a lenient mark and is on his first outing for an in-form yard who has posted two winners and four placed efforts from ten turf runners over the last two weeks. Furthermore, trainer Ian Williams has a 25% winning strike rate over the last 5 years at Redcar and has booked jockey Jim Crowley who is currently fighting it out to become champion jockey. Most of his main rivals look to be struggling for form or attempting new trips but a case can be made for Transpennine Star who hasn’t been far away when a close-up third on his last two runs and looks to be the main danger with conditions likely to suit. Another worthy of mention is Major Rowan who has won four from nine on the all-weather and arrives on the back of a win last time out. He is yet to prove his effectiveness on turf but would be a danger to all if re-producing his AW form on turf. Burnside (E/W if 9/2+)