Salisbury afternoon racing tips: Best bets for Wednesday, June 26

There's a competitive meeting at Salisbury on Wednesday afternoon and the Planet Sport tipsters have all the selections you need to beat the bookies.

We kick off with some details on our four selected horses at Salisbury, with a full set of tips from the seven-race card at the bottom of the page.

Don't forget to check out the full racecard, results and live odds in Planet Sport's racing live centre.

Good luck and please gamble responsibly.

(Please be aware selections could become non-runners after article's first publication)


13:45 (Salisbury) Wild Clary

Wild Clary is the frontrunner in the day's opening race, the Dragon Symbol Standing At Whitsbury Manor British Ebf Blagrave Maiden Stakes.

He takes on two interesting newcomers, but he displayed some good form when second at Newbury last time out over six-and-a-half furlongs. 

Given the nature of the field, Wild Clary looks like the safest option. 


14:45 (Salisbury) Sergio Parisse

Sergio Parisse looks hard to beat in the Juddmonte Ebf Restricted Novice Stakes

The promising colt had a good debut when finishing third at Leicester and backed that up with an impressive win at Windsor over six furlongs. 

With the dependable Rossa Ryan onboard and improvement expected, it seems like he could make it back-to-back wins here.


15:15 (Salisbury) Crown Estate

Crown Estate can get back on the winning trail at Salisbury in the Havana Grey Standing At Whitsbury Manor Handicap.

Trained by John and Thady Gosden and owned by the King and Queen, he is by Dubawi and out of a French Guineas winner in Castle Lady.

Winless in three outings at two, he probably triumphed by too far on his first start this season as despite the victory coming in maiden company, his mark went up from 79 to 84.

Well beaten next time out at Newmarket, he has been placed the last twice at Ascot and Haydock and he will be wearing first-time cheekpieces this time.


15:45 (Salisbury) Lord Of Love

The Gosdens also look to hold strong claims in the following A36 Motor Company British EBF Maiden Stakes with Lord Of Love.

Another regally-bred contender as a son of Dubawi out of the French Oaks winner Star Of Seville, he is also sporting first-time cheekpieces.

He could have gone handicapping off a mark of 85 but stays in maiden company and his last start, when second to Approval, looks decent now given that one finished mid-division in the Golden Gates Stakes last week.

Andrew Balding won the Showcasing Standing At Whitsbury Manor Bibury Cup Handicap last year and holds strong claims once more with Subsequent.

Well beaten first time out over a mile, he went down by just a head when upped to 10 furlongs and got off the mark last time out at Haydock over almost a mile and a half.

Clearly that is his trip and his pedigree suggests he should be better than an opening mark of 84.


Salisbury selections in full:

Salisbury: 13:45 Wild Clary, 14:15 Cuban Breeze, 14:45 Sergio Parisse, 15:15 Crown Estate, 15:45 Lord Of Love, 16:15 Subsequent, 16:50 Sunny Corner.

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