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NEWMARKET | Three Best Bets for Day 3 of the Craven Meeting

The team have picked out three selections for the final day of the Craven Meeting at Newmarket

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The final day of the Craven Meeting gets underway at Newmarket on Thursday, with seven more races for punters to sink their teeth into.

The action gets underway with the Alex Scott Maiden Stakes at 1:15 and concludes with a 5f Handicap at 4:45.

The team have scoured through the declarations, in hope of picking out some wines across the card.

Here are their three best bets for day three of the Craven Meeting

NAP: DAWN OF LIBERTATION – 3:35 Newmarket (6/1 – Various)

A promising colt from Richard Hannon’s yard, Dawn Of Liberation could produce a big performance in the Listed Feilden Stakes.

The Churchill colt finally got off the mark at the fourth time of asking at Doncaster, winning a 7f Handicap by three lengths at Doncaster last month.

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Dawn Of Liberation aims to land some black type for Richard Hannon

He put up a game performance over a mile at Newmarket in September and the extra furlong shouldn’t be an issue for him, with his price of 6/1 looking great value in this company.

NB: HAN SOLO BERGER – 4:45 Newmarket (8/1 – Various)

Making his stable debut under Robert Cowell, Han Solo Berger could be one to note in the 5f Handicap.

The gelding hasn’t claimed success since October 2020 and he is now at a handy rating as he sits 9lbs below his last winning mark.

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Han Solo Berger aims to strike on his first start for Robert Cowell

He carries bags of experience and with the better ground on offer, he could well be an undetected threat in this company.

EACH-WAY: COASE – 3:00 Newmarket (9/1 – Various)

After producing a fairly consistent campaign on the all-weather circuits over the winter, Coase could mark his return to grass in the one-mile handicap.

The gelding has picked up three already this season and has seen his mark rise steadily in the last few months, but he looks like a progressive sort that could handle his current rating.

He is yet to register a win on turf but he should be competitive at this level and he could well hint at each-way value in this contest.

Reece Charlton is a Content Writer at Low6 that specializes in horse racing. He is an avid hunter of value in the racing world, picking out longshots six days a week across the National Hunt and Flat cards on offer across the UK and Ireland. He keeps punters and race fans in the know with his racing expertise with previews and value picks for all the big cards and meetings.

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