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Dwell on Sky Sports activities Racing: My Astra goes for Group Three glory at Newcastle for Tom Marquand and William Haggas | Racing Information

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The in-form combo of William Haggas and Tom Marquand look to have a superb opportunity of additional Group success at Newcastle this night with My Astra, reside on Sky Sports activities Racing.

The four-year-old filly earnt a ranking of 115 after a visually beautiful 12-length demolition of a good Listed area at Ayr final trip, and now steps as much as Group degree for the G3 Hoppings Fillies’ Stakes (7:10) on the All-Climate floor at Gosforth Park.

That race is the characteristic on Day two of the Northumberland Plate assembly, however she’s going to face some unexposed varieties together with Tom Clover’s Rogue Millennium, who misplaced her unbeaten document within the Oaks earlier this month.

Different attention-grabbing contenders embrace Sir Michael Stoute’s Potapova, Angel Energy and Ralph Beckett’s Moon De Vega, one place behind Rogue Millennium within the Oaks.

Picture:
Jockey Jack Mitchell within the winners enclosure after profitable the SBK Oaks Trial Fillies’ Stakes aboard Rogue Millennium

Veteran sprinters do battle in Gosforth Park Cup

Additionally on a wonderful card at Newcastle, the Gosforth Park Cup (6:35) over 5 furlongs is as ever an ultra-competitive warmth, with 14 runners together with veteran sprinters Venturous, Dakota Gold and Makanah.

One other that may little doubt relish this problem is Tim Easterby’s Copper Knight, who gained this occasion in 2018.

Trio of tracks to accompany Newcastle motion

On a stellar day of motion on Sky Sports activities Racing, playing cards at Doncaster, Yarmouth and Chester all characteristic a number of high quality races together with some intriguing novice heats with potential stars of the long run on present.

The Yorkshire venue has arguably the very best race on present as the stylish Classic Alternative heads to City Moor for Haggas, with James Doyle within the saddle for the characteristic Norfolk Bridge Works Handicap (2:45).

He faces simply 4 rivals, together with Nietzsche’s Star who’s chasing a hat-trick for the Andrew Balding group in addition to handicap debutant Maytree Respite (William Muir and Chris Grassick).

Watch each race from Newcastle, Doncaster, Chester and Yarmouth reside on Sky Sports activities Racing on Friday, June 24.



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