Monday's Yarmouth racing tips: Super Chief can score for Gosdens

Planet Sport tipsters are at Yarmouth for the Monday afternoon meeting on October 10.

Here's a quick list of our selections, plus the reasons behind our highlighted picks further down the page.

You can check out the racecards for Yarmouth in Planet Sport's live centre.


13:55 (Yarmouth) Alzahir

14:30 (Yarmouth) Miqdaad

15:00 (Yarmouth) Goldsmith

15:30 (Yarmouth) Super Chief

16:00 (Yarmouth) Perfect Alibi

17:30 (Yarmouth) Gone

17:05 (Yarmouth) Priscilla's Wish

17:40 (Yarmouth) Clipsham Gold

13:55 (Yarmouth) Alzahir

Alzahir can get the day off to a fine start at the seaside track when running in the British Stallion Studs EBF Novice Stakes.

The John and Thady Gosden-trained youngster was beaten just a short head by Naval Power over course and distance on debut and that performance was enough to see him tried in the Chesham at Royal Ascot.

Despite being caught out by inexperience on that occasion, the exploits of Naval Power suggest Alzahir himself can develop into an above-average performer and it is interesting that the Clarehaven team have a fine record in this race having won it three times in the last five years.

Returning from 114 days off the course he has had wind surgery and wears a tongue tie.

15:30 (Yarmouth) Super Chief

The Gosdens could also be on the mark with Super Chief who should relish the step up to almost a mile and a half in the Sky Sports Racing Sky 415 Handicap.

A winner at Newmarket over 10 furlongs last time out, he is only 3lb higher.

Sea Speedwell hasn't lived up to expectations this season after winning on her second career start last year, but she may well have been found a race she can go close in with her jockey's 5lb claim a bonus.

Glen Cove should also be considered, especially if he can transfer his all-weather form to the turf. An easy winner at Southwell last month, he has improved since going up in trip.

16:00 (Yarmouth) Perfect Alibi

The royal silks could be carried to Pattern-race success for the first time in the name of the King when Perfect Alibi lines up in the British Stallion Studs EBF Beckford Stakes at Yarmouth.

William Haggas' filly has won twice already this season, proving stamina is no issue over a mile and a half and further, and she gave a good account of herself when second to Hoo Ya Mal in the March Stakes at Goodwood most recently.

Ease in the ground is no bother and if she repeats her last performance, she could be the one to side with dropping back to Listed level.

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