Today on Sky Sports Racing: Frankie Dettori returns for third week in Newcastle looking for second postmark win | Racing news
After a week off, the Racing League returns to round 3 at Newcastle on Thursday, live on Sky Sports Racing, with Frankie Dettori back on board winning away from Lingfield.
6.15 Newcastle – Hero of the second week Tregony & Postmark top 14
Wales and the West had a brace in the second week of the Racing League at Lingfield as they chased down early runaway leaders in London and The South and those two winning horses clashed as in the match. William Hill Extra Place Races Racing League Race 16 (6.15pm).
Postmark presented Dettori with a dream of this year’s competition with a win for Milton Harris, who hopes the three-year-old will have a “high rank” as an underage hurdler when the task His flat completed this summer.
Clive Cox’s Tregony also holds a similar winning partnership with Saffie Osborne on board and prides itself on the course and winning form from a distance from last year’s Grand Prix.
London and the South look to Robyn Brisland’s Swatch to lead their race when the foal returned from a 147-day break after beating Lingfield’s first team over a two-team mile in late March.
The home team North is represented by the winner for the last time Traces of Natchez from Team Declan Carroll, with regular driver Harrison Shaw booked.
8.15 Newcastle – Mokaatil form and Mitrosonfire clash in elite sprint
It could be a big night for Wales and the West, with Jamie Osborne’s team also holding a strong hand in William Hill Play Responsible Race Twenty Race (8.15).
Both of their contenders were last time winners, with top weights Mokaatil Sandown handicap reduction valid only four days ago.
Saffie Osborne rides Ian Williams’ sprint star, while Callum Shepherd is set on William Muir and Chris Grassick’s Mitrosonfiresuccessfully at Newmarket in early August.
North’s Carroll and Shaw combine once again for a search hat-trick True Masonwhile Yorkshire’s Badri and the East Nature’s Path represent possible dangers.
3.28 Ffos Las – Jahoori faces Doncaster winner Melek Alreeh
10 hot schools will be posted for 3A’s Leisure Carmarthen Novice Stakes (3,28) at Ffos Las on Thursday.
Roger Varian’s is rated 89 Jahoori brought the benchmark after eviction home The then-listed winner was Haskoy in Wolverhampton over a mile and a half last month.
It was his consecutive runner-up attempt and likely a popular choice to break his maidenhood with Jim Crowley booked to go for the first time.
The only runner with winning experience is David Simcock’s Melek Alreeh following success at Doncaster on its second launch last month.
Ralph Beckett’s filly AllemandeSea The Moon’s daughter, showed great promise when it launched for the third time at Kempton in early July.
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Watch every race from Newcastle and Ffos Las live on Sky Sports Racing on Thursday, August 25