Wednesday's Salisbury best bets and racing tips: Glamorous Breeze can get back to winning ways

Planet Sport tipsters have some red-hot selections for the afternoon meeting at Salisbury on Wednesday, August 10.

Looks like it's going to be a hot one in the Wiltshire city of Salisbury on Wednesday, and we've got the tips to crank the heat up on the bookies.

Here's a quick run through of Wednesday's selections, and a bit more detail of our highlighted selections below that if you need it. You can also get all the latest racecards and results using the Planet Sport live centre.


13:30 (Salisbury) Amathus

14:00 (Salisbury) Dark Kestrel

14:30 (Salisbury) Glamorous Breeze

15:00 (Salisbury) Duelist

15:30 (Salisbury) Climate

16:00 (Salisbury) Star Of Valour

14:00 (Salisbury) Dark Kestrel

The Gosdens unleash an interesting newcomer in Dark Kestrel in the Molson Coors British EBF Novice Stakes.

A 370,000 guineas purchase from Tattersalls Book One sale, the Dark Angel colt is related to Harry Angel and Supremacy.

Another contender could be the Ismail Mohammed-trained Once More For Luck. The son of Kodiac was not disgraced on his most recent run at Newbury and a return to 6f could have a positive effect, given he scored on his penultimate outing over this trip.

14:30 (Salisbury) Glamorous Breeze

Glamorous Breeze can return to winning ways in the S H Jones Wines Handicap.

Chris Mason's four-year-old has been in great heart this season and has not finished out of the first three in her last five outings.

On her penultimate start at Chepstow, she was a very easy winner in an apprentice handicap which meant she was not penalised last time out at Ascot in a stronger race.

She slightly missed the break but was soon back travelling strongly and, if anything, found herself in front too far from home.

If held up for longer, she can bag another win.

15:30 (Salisbury) Climate

Climate can make a winning debut for John and Thady Gosden in the British Stallion Studs EBF Upavon Fillies' Stakes at Salisbury.

Previously trained in Ireland by Jessica Harrington, it is perhaps no surprise that she has been moved to England by her owners given her last three outings have all been in the UK.

There appears to be more opportunities to gain valuable black type and given she heads into this Listed event with the highest rating, it looks the right call.

Climate has one piece of form in the book that is head and shoulders above anything else any other filly she faces can offer.

On her first outing this season in the Group Two Dahlia Stakes at Newmarket, she was beaten just a length and a half in a race that has worked out incredibly well.

The winner, Ed Walker's Dreamloper, went on to win a Group One in France next time out and the third, Francis Graffard's Ebaiyra subsequently won a Listed race before finishing a creditable third to German Derby winner Sammarco in a Group One at Munich.

Since then Climate has had just the one outing, when failing to see out a mile and a half in a Group Three at Haydock, so this drop down to just less than 10 furlongs should be right up her street while her main rival, Rose Of Kildare, looks better over further.

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