Racing: Hyperion's TV Tips: Evergreen ready for this venture

LINGFIELD

3.10: With De Balliol looking disappointing, the superbly-bred YARALINO should make a winning debut.

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3.40: A largely unexposed field, in which Sean Woods's EVERGREEN VENTURE can follow up his smooth win over the same course and distance in a maiden race two weeks ago. He is capable of a good deal better than he has shown in three races to date. Pearl Barley drops in class and might surprise a few at a big price.

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4.15: Having put up an excellent effort to go down by just a short head and a neck in a rated stakes at Newmarket on his reappearance, TIPSY CREEK can get to the front from his high draw and make all today, taking advantage of any difficulties which chief threat Night Shot encounters in trying to come from off the pace.

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4.45: With At Large drawn low and Zeppo the forecast favourite, there is value to be had with SECOND WIND who has the plum draw in stall 13. Gay Kelleway's charge hinted strongly at a return to form when cutting out the running for a long way in a hot race over seven furlongs here last time.

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STRATFORD

3.25: Having justified favouritism with clear-cut victories on his last two starts, the improving JOINT ACCOUNT is a strong fancy to complete his hat-trick. Bullens Bay was a decent hurdler last term and put up easily his best effort over fences when second at Warwick two weeks ago.

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4.30: Grimley Gale came up against Teeton Mill here last year and will probably have to settle for second again up against the Cheltenham Foxhunters third LAST OPTION. Fiona Needham's mount has since won at Cheltenham and Stratford and can provide a second win of the day for his rider.

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