Cachet’s classic win streaks will bid for more success on Monday when Believing runs at Wolverhampton, live on Sky Sports Racing.
A two-year-old can book a ticket to Royal Ascot with a six-feather success fillies’ new heat (2:40)with George Boughey, James Doyle and Highclere teaming up again after their steady star’s 1000 Guineas win at Newmarket.
Believing – a dirty Mehmas – faces four opponents, including newcomers from the Archie Watson yard and the Charlie & Mark Johnston stables.
In the next race, Sky Sports Racing ambassador Hollie Doyle bid for a third success as many started Autonomy inside Applied research form handicap across races (3:10).
The Philip Kirby-trained six-year-old looks to have an excellent chance against four opponents including last time’s final winner Dancer Lopes.
Winner Lily Agnes tries to end drought
Windsor’s Outstanding Evening Fare features last year’s winner Lily Agnes, Naviloas he tried to end a five-match winless streak in Sprint Series Qualifiers (6:40).
Another for the forming Boughey team, the three-year-old will find a way to start Rum cocktails, who finished second quickly last time in Bath.
Other hopes in the race in the 99th rank Father don’t preach and James Tate’s High speed.
Portman is looking to continue the hot race
Fitness trainer Jonathan Portman had five winners from 19 athletes and his last saddle Sweet reward inside Handicap Fitzdares (7:10).
He was last seen finishing a long way behind an impressive Silver Gunn in both course and distance last time around but could improve very well in these temperatures.
Oh It’s Saucepot it looks like the main threat on paper is to have won or booked in three of his six starts at Windsor for team Chris Wall, with Jack Mitchell at the helm.
Watch all matches between Wolverhampton and Windsor live on Sky Sports Racing (Sky 415 | Virgin 535) on Monday 23 May.