Thursday’s Newmarket racing tips: Enforced the free and easy pick for Roger Varian

To racing Headquarters on Thursday, June 23 and Planet Sport have picks from all seven races on the July course. Roger Varian sends Enforced down the road in search of a quick win.

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Here's a quick list of Planet Sport's picks from Newmarket on Thursday, June 23.

Rogue Lightning (13.25 Newmarket)

World Without Love (14.00 Newmarket)

Lethal Levi (14.35 Newmarket)

Sea Tsarina (15.10 Newmarket)

Deodar (15.45 Newmarket)

Enforced (16.20 Newmarket)

Didtheyleaveoutto (16.55 Newmarket)

Plus here's some more juicy information on Planet Sport's three main picks from Newmarket.

13.25 Newmarket: Rogue Lightning

The Rogue Partnership had Rogue Millennium in the Epsom Oaks and their Rogue Lightning can go in on debut.

Trained by Tom Clover who had a maiden winner at Beverley on Tuesday, two-year-old Rogue Millennium is by a decent sprint sire Kodiac.

With Jack Mitchell up top it looks like Rogue Lightning is ready to strike in the Black Type Accountancy British EBF Restricted Novice Stakes.

14.00 Newmarket - World Without Love

A half-sister to the Johnston's quality stayer Subjectivist, by Juddmonte International winner Ulysses, World Without Love can take the Huttie's Handicap.

A fourth to the aforementioned Oaks runner Rogue Millennium a few runs back wasn't a disgrace and this three-year-old looks to be coming to hand after a third last time out at Donny.

The experienced Joe Fanning gets the leg up with World Without Love ready to spread a little joy for punters.

16.20 Newmarket - Enforced

Not a long way to travel for Newmarket trainer Roger Varian with Zoffany gelding Enforced for the Cheffins Handicap.

The short hop from Carlburg stables can be rewarded with back-to-back victories after a game win over a mile last time out at Brighton.

Representing a solid owner in Sheikh Mohammed Obaid Al Maktoum and in good form, we don't need to be forced to back this one.

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