Hello and welcome to arseonlineracing. A 100% independent racing website with NO affiliate links, curated by 2 racing enthusiasts from either end of the British Isles. Charlie hails from Glasgow while Rich is from the Isle of Wight… Miles apart but united by the sport of kings…

Before we get into the cards at Yarmouth & on the All Weather at Lingfield in the evening, I would like to thank you all for the fantastic response to Charlie’s How important is bloodline to Winning a Classic article along with our Irish Grand National Stats, we can safely say we are delighted.. Thank You

Yarmouth – Good to Firm…

2.00 Fillies’ Maiden… Class 5… 2YO Only… 5f 42yds…

Quiet Place – A race course debut for the Kodiac Filly trained by S. Bin Surour. She is a half sister to both Applause & Snippets, who won over 8f. She cost 300,000 Guineas and could be one to NOTE…

3.35 Novice Stakes… Class 5… 3YO Only… 1m 3yds…

Cool Exhibit …. Made a winning race course debut at Nottingham in a 6f Class 5 Novice Stakes last May, winning by 2 & 3/4 lengths. Was off until March 31st when returning at Doncaster & stepping up in trip to 7f in a Class 5 Novice Stakes, finished a 4 & 1/2 length 3rd to Fox Champion, who won last week at Newmarket. Second was Franz Kafta, 2nd at the same Newmarket meeting last week, while 6th Country won yesterday & 8th has also since won this month, so has some nice form. Along with King of Comedy, the pair have to give the field 7Lb….

Ling Pk

Lingfield – All Weather – Standard

6.25 Handicap…Class 4… 3YO Only… 6f 1yd…

Probability… The C&D winner is on a winning streak & unbeaten in the last 3 runs, infact has 4 wins from last 5 runs and has finished 3rd in the other race. The C&D win came back in January winning by 2 lengths. The form of the win at Kempton on March 30th has been boosted with the runner up Magical Wish winning on April 10th. Won again at Kempton on April 12th by 1/2 a length & today has to give weight to the field…

6.55 Novice Stakes… Class 5… 6f 1yd…

Habub…. Owen Burrows’ War Front Colt was a ready 2 & 1/4 length winner on race course debut at Chelmsford in a Class 4 6f Maiden last September. Has been off for 210 days , returning today. It’s worth noting that his Dam, was a US Grade 2 winner over 1m & could be one to NOTE…

That is all for today folks, like I said earlier Thank You for your support and for popping by today, we really appreciate it…

All the best – Charlie & Rich

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