Sunday's Chelmsford best bets and racing tips: Internationalangel can score first Listed victory

Planet Sport tipsters are back in sunny Essex for Sunday's meeting at Chelmsford on July 3.

Some all-weather action in Chelmsford to ease you through Sunday and we have some cracking tips to help you give the bookies a good 'old biff on the nose.

Here's a quick list of our selections, with some more details on our highlighted selections below. You can get the latest racecards and results from the Planet Sport live centre.

13:35 (Chelmsford) Swear

14:10 (Chelmsford) Lila Girl

14:45 (Chelmsford) Beauty Choice

15:20 (Chelmsford) Internationalangel

15:55 (Chelmsford) Tolstoy

16:30 (Chelmsford) Mcqueen

17:05 (Chelmsford) Capstan

17:40 (Chelmsford) Enshrine

15:20 (Chelmsford) Internationalangel

Internationalangel has been on an incredible upward curve since the backend of last year and she can secure an all-important Listed victory in the Louis Roederer Queen Charlotte Fillies' Stakes.

Rated 67 when joining Jane Chapple-Hyam back in October, Internationalangel reeled off five successive wins before meeting with her first defeat for her new handler in a Listed contest at Wolverhampton in March.

That seventh place proved a minor blip though as Internationalangel subsequently ran Highfield Princess to half a length on All-Weather Finals Day, with that rival going on to Group Two glory and a close-up sixth in the Platinum Jubilee Stakes.

Chapple-Hyam felt the Dark Angel filly deserved another Listed chance in France and while she had to settle for second, it was nevertheless a good effort and a repeat would put her right in the mix here.

15:55 (Chelmsford) Tolstoy

The lightly-raced Tolstoy catches the eye in the Follow @chelmsfordcrc On Twitter Handicap.

A son of joint-trainer John Gosden's former star miler Kingman, the three-year-old ran a fine race on just his second handicap start when second to Ever Given at Chester in May.

The winner has since been placed in Listed and Group Three company, while the third-placed Lucky Man went on to finish second in a fiercely-competitive sprint handicap at York, so the form looks strong.

Running from the same mark of 94, Tolstoy looks sure to go well if he can translate his smart turf form to the all-weather.

17:40 (Chelmsford) Enshrine

William Haggas will be hoping Enshrine makes better work of the Ministry Of Sound Disco 20th August Novice Stakes than she did of her tight maiden victory at Windsor in May.

Slight step up in trip should suit, and with Tom Marquand again on board she has every chance of seeing off the challenge from Sonnerie Power and Flag of Truth.

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