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Windsor best bet: Mrembo tuned up for early impact on season debut

It’s Monday night, so it must be Windsor, where this seven-furlong fillies’ handicap looks likely to provide one of the most compelling races of the evening.

19:40 Windsor:  Download The Racing App 43 Now Fillies’ Handicap (1 mile 3½ furlongs)

Topping the early betting market, Quietness made the frame in all of her four 2023 outings and will be looking to hit the ground running as she makes her season and stable debut for new trainer Marcus Tregoning.

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Boasting similar credentials, Ed Dunlop’s Free Speech is looking to replicate last season’s progress that was crowned by her maiden win at Chelmsford last October.

She returned from her subsequent five-month break in similar form, backing up a couple of third places with a respectable runner-up spot in heavy going over this course and distance a week ago, and she is expected to be bang there now on improving ground.

With some bookmakers offering three each-way places, there is decent value lurking lower in the betting, where Hughie Morrison’s Budding has to have a chance under a significantly low eight weight and under the equally significant presence of Hollie Doyle. 

Causing the biggest buzz in the Tipstrr camp, however, is the Jonathan Portman-trained Mrembo, who surely holds decent claims if she is tuned up for her seasonal bow after a productive 2023 campaign.

Suggested best bet: Mrembo each-way in the 19:40 at Windsor

The five-year-old mare's four career wins include back-to-back successes last September, the latter of which was over this course and distance in very similar conditions to those expected here on Monday evening.

Those results inevitably caught the eagle eye of the handicapper, but her subsequent six-pound hike did not prevent her from another good showing over the same trip in her last outing of the season in October.

She was perhaps asked too much too soon on that occasion and was ultimately unable to sustain her early effort, but all the same her third place in higher-class company was an encouraging sign.

Jockey Olivia Tubb resumes her partnership, bringing her useful seven-pound claim with her, and if they can get straight into their stride again, then it won’t be a surprise to see Mrembo contesting for at least a frame finish here.

 

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