Racing: HYPERION'S TV TIPS
Wednesday 13 May 1998
2.05: BLESSINGINDISGUISE was a model of consistency last season, winning five times and finishing placed on another six occasions (from a total of 17 outings). Mick Kinane takes the ride and that indicates a bold show is expected on this five-year-old's seasonal bow.
2.35: James Fanshawe's string has been showing up well this month and HEAVENLY RAY can be another winner for the stable. This filly got off the mark, with comfort, a mile maiden at Yarmouth last season and this 10 furlongs is expected to suit her ideally this campaign.
3.10: Border Arrow showed plenty of class by running into the frame in the 2,000 Guineas and it will be intriguing to see how he copes with this turning track. Henry Cecil has been talking up the prospects of Dr Fong during the past week and that should be enough to inhibit confidence in today's opposition. After yesterday's victory by Bahr here yesterday, however, Godolphin could follow up through CITY HONOURS. Frankie Dettori's mount looks poised to prove himself in auspicious company.
3.40: RAMOOZ was caught close home at Haydock 11 days ago, but should make no mistake this time.
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