Thursday’s Newbury racing tips: Mysterious Night the clear as daylight pick for Charlie Appleby

There’s an ultra competitive card at Newbury on Thursday, June 9 and Planet Sport have picks from all eight races. Charlie Appleby’s Mysterious Night can cast a shadow over the field in the 14.10.

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Here's a quick reference list of Planet Sport's eight picks from Newbury on Thursday, June 6.

Pillars Of Earth (13.00 Newbury)

Classy Dame (13.35 Newbury)

Mysterious Night (14.10 Newbury)

Light Of Peace (14.40 Newbury)

Golden Lyra (15.10 Newbury)

Dandy Maestro (15.40 Newbury)

Nietzsche's Star (16.15 Newbury)

Al Azhar (16.50 Newbury)

Plus we have some more information on Planet Sport's three main picks from Newbury.

14.10 Newbury - Mysterious Night

A hot Watch Racing TV With Free Trial Now Novice Stakes can go the way of Godolphin's Mysterious Night.

The Charlie Appleby trained two-year-old colt is a brother to the Grade 1 winner at Belmont, Althiqa and looks a well bred individual by Dark Angel.

Only beaten a nose on debut at Newbury, Mysterious Night can make amends under Will Buick.

15.10 Newbury - Golden Lyra

Another hot race in the form of the Greatwood British EBF Stakes (Reg' as Abingdon Stakes) can be taken by William Haggas' Golden Lyra.

Racing in the yellow and mauve silks of Sea The Stars breeder Sunderland Holding, this three-year-old filly has that superlative horse in the bloodline on the dam's side.

A debut win at Newmarket over seven furlongs couldn't have been any more impressive, coming by five lengths at HQ. This Pretty Polly entry should handle the step up to one mile, two furlongs with aplomb.

16.15 Newbury - Nietzsche's Star

Named after the famous philosopher, Nietzsche's Star can be out on his own in a weak looking KKA Studio Handicap.

Andrew Balding's three-year-old has taken a while to come to hand but showed what he can do with a simple victory last time out over seven and a half furlongs at Lingfield.

Tom Queally took the reins at Lingers on May 21 and keeps them here with a strong chance of a quick follow up.

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