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Rosdhu Queen Ready for Newmarket

Unbeaten filly Rosdhu Queen is among 15 two-year-olds left in the Jaguar Cars Cheveley Park Stakes at Newmarket on Saturday.

Those looking at Horse racing tips note how the horse now goes for success at the highest level in this prestigious contest over six furlongs, having won all her three starts, culminating in the Group Two Lowther Stakes at York last month.

As always, the race looks like attracting a quality field with possible runners including Maureen, a comfortable winner of the Princess Margaret Stakes at Ascot in July.

Champion trainer Richard Hannon has confirmed the exciting horse is on track for the contest this weekend but the filly, who looked an unlucky second to Sendmylovetorose in the Cherry Hinton Stakes, has not run since winning the Group Three Princess Margaret.

However, the daughter of Holy Roman Emperor reportedly worked well on the Hannon gallops on Wednesday morning.

The trainer said: "Maureen worked this morning and was perfect. She slipped over in the yard and skinned her elbow. It took a while to heal but, at the same time, it has done her good. She worked this morning and Richard was delighted with her."

Anyone studying Horse racing betting will tell you that Jeremy Noseda would love to see fast ground for The Gold Cheongsam following her win in the valuable Weatherbys Insurance £300,000 2-Y-O Stakes at Doncaster.

"I was delighted with her performance at Doncaster because she won a competitive race on ground which was far from ideal for her," the Newmarket trainer told At The Races.

"When horses do that they you know they are in good nick. To me, the ideal ground for her would be firm ground. We don't get that very often nowadays but that would be what she really wants. We go to Saturday and she's in tip-top form, my concern is ground conditions."

Ed McMahon has supplemented recent Salisbury Listed-race scorer Winning Express while others in the list include Queen Mary Stakes victor Ceiling Kitty, trained by Tom Dascombe, and the Aidan O'Brien pair of Infanta Branca and Snow Queen.


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