Monday's Windsor best bets and racing tips: Spring Bloom to bounce back with a win

Planet Sport tipsters have some red hot selections for the evening meeting at Windsor on Monday, July 11.

Check out the latest racecards and results from Windsor in our Planet Sport live centre, but first here's a quick run through of Monday's selections.

17:35 (Windsor) Eminency

18:05 (Windsor) Maybe Tonight

18:35 (Windsor) Just A Tad

19:05 (Windsor) Bell Shot

19:35 (Windsor) Spring Bloom

20:05 (Windsor) Tiger Beetle

17:35 (Windsor) Eminency

Eminency could be the answer to the British Stallion Studs EBF Novice Stakes.

Clive Cox's youngster ran a race full of promise to finish second over track and trip on debut and with the fifth from the race franking the form with a win since, it would be no surprise to see the Havana Grey colt open his account.

There could be some useful two-year-olds lurking among the opposition, but Cox likes running his juveniles at this venue and has won this race with stable stalwart Tis Marvellous in the past.

Chartwell House shaped with promise on his first taste of competitive action, while Manuha is a well-related son of US Navy Flag and possibly the pick of the newcomers.

18:05 (Windsor) Maybe Tonight

Pretty Shiftwell has been slipping down the handicap while edging gradually closer towards the winner's enclosure this year, but she may have to wait a little bit longer.

Maybe Tonight didn't show very much as a juvenile, but he caught the eye when fourth on his handicap bow over course and distance and as that came on the back of a 10-month absence, he can make the necessary improvement.

Minhaaj took a step back in the right direction at Yarmouth and she completes the shortlist.

19:35 (Windsor) Spring Bloom

A return to Windsor could pay dividends for Spring Bloom in the Archers Financial Services Of Enfield Handicap.

Robert Eddery's five-year-old finished second twice here in May, including off this mark on his penultimate start, and can bounce back from a slightly underwhelming effort at Newmarket most recently.

Others to consider include La Roca Del Fuego, who produced a career-best effort when winning readily over course and distance back in April.

Astral Beat was only narrowly denied when runner-up on the Polytrack at Lingfield last time and is feared, while Gherkin, who was successful over course and distance on his penultimate run, can also have a say.

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