September 30 Racing Tips: Shadwell army to have field day at Salisbury

Planet Sport are backing the boys in blue and white, from leading owners Shadwell Estate, who send out a legion of potential winners on Thursday, September 30.

Friend Or Foe, it's Fine By Me at Warwick, Salisbury and Lingfield.

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Wanees (1.50 Salisbury)

Friend Or Foe (2.00 Warwick)

Israr (2.57 Salisbury)

Alrehb (3.20 Lingfield)

Natural Colour (3.55 Lingfield)

Fine By Me (4.20 Warwick)

2.00 Warwick - Friend Or Foe

This six year-old's sire is called Walk In The Park and while the race may not be a procession for Paul Nicholls' charge, Friend Or Foe should have enough to take this two mile chase.

Sent to Warwick from the master trainer's Somerset base, the progressive Friend Or Foe arrives in the Midlands on the back of a distance win over fences at Uttoxeter in May.

That was in a Class 4 beginners' chase and Friend Or Foe steps up to Class 3 here but has plenty of 2020 hurdling form to back it up, including a nice Class 3 victory at Wincanton. 

Nicholls even stepped Friend Or Foe up to Class 1 at Wincanton, where the gelding finished a not-disgraced fourth of six behind the capable Goshen in February of this year.

With the talented Harry Cobden given the leg up, Friend Or Foe can prove to be the punters' pal at Warwick.

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4.20 Warwick - Fine By Me

Another small runner field and a chance to distill down the chances with this Nigel Twiston-Davies entry.

This bumper can go the way of Fine By Me, a good second to Fifrelet at Worcester, with the winner going on to score over hurdles at Newton Abbot.

That run was on September 13, which should put the gelding bang on the money in terms of fitness for this two mile flat test.

Sam Twiston-Davies takes the ride as usual for pop and it can be a simple win for the four year-old before a stint of hurdling.

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1.50 Salisbury - Wanees

The first of our Shadwell Estate owned bets on Thursday goes the way of the Charles Hills trained two year-old Wanees.

An Ascot winner is never to be sniffed at in a novice stakes and the Le Havre colt heads to Salisbury after a game half length win over the Gosdens' Alotaibi on September 4.

It won't take much progression to keep the upward curve and Thursday's test comes at the same seven furlong distance as at Ascot.

Jim Crowley gets the nod for the boys in blue and white and Wanees could well have too much for this inexperienced field.

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2.57 Salisbury - Israr

The second of our Shadwell picks of the day, Israr is another in strong early form.

A well bred colt, sired by Gimcrack winner Muhaarar and with the not inconsequential Oaks victor Taghrooda for a dam, Israr looks destined for better things.

Being trained by the Gosdens speaks for itself, as does Israr's winning debut at Doncaster in a Class 2 maiden worth £16,200 on September 8.

He goes off in a Class 4 one mile race here with Jim Crowley on board and there is every chance that Shadwell will be celebrating a Salisbury double, with Owen Burrows' Eklil also carrying the blue and white silks.

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3.20 Lingfield - Alrehb

Would it surprise you that we favour another blue and white runner at Lingfield on a day Shadwell have gone out mob handed?

Alrehb made an eye-catching belated debut at Newcastle on September 3, finishing second on the all weather to William Haggas' Bashkirova.

This half-brother to Muhaarar only lost out by half a length in the one mile contest in the North East and that experience can prove crucial in taking this Polytrack Class 5 heat.

The veteran Dane O'Neill takes control at Lingfield for Charles Hills and Alrehb can prove more than alright on the way to better things.

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3.55 Lingfield - Natural Colour

There's no way that the mighty Godolphin will allow Shadwell to have their own way and the Saeed bin Suroor trained Nautral Colour can take the 3.55.

A winner last time out in a Doncaster classified stakes, the 11/1 outsider nicked the race by a short head from Philip McBride's Shining Aitch.

The Exceed and Excel filly has been there or there abouts in her previous races but obviously needed experience to get her head in front.

The capable Cieron Fallon is in the saddle and although the three year-old may be nothing like Godolphin's first string, she can add a winning hue to this modest contest and make it two on the bounce.

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