The razor is getting closer by the day Man of the match Racing Post tennis and snooker guru Adrian Humphries showed a steadfast refusal to give in at the Cure for Dylan quiz night at Stamford Bridge on Thursday night but eventually had to give best
20), but the Jackdaws Castle pair may have to give best
to the quirky but talented FAASEL, beaten just a neck by the former at Wetherby in November.
However, they had to give best
to John Murphy's revitalised charge, who laid down a significant marker for a successful defence of his Queen Mother title next month.
Bubbly Phoenix flies the flag for the UK but may have to give best
to Razldazl Rioga
Royal & SunAlliance second favourite Black Jack Ketchum is also unbeaten, having won twice in bumpers and three times over hurdles, but Jonjo O'Neill's gelding may have to give best
to Denman, who looks a star in the making.
50 over 480m, but his Express Gear and Bandicoot Fionn may have to give best
to veteran one-time Arc champion Farloe Titan, trained locally by Paul Sallis, and the Monmore handler's best chance could be Head Iton Tom in the 10.
Many eyes will be on the Droopys Maldini, who has been on the treatment table following his defeat last weekend and he may have to give best
to Boherduff Light (8.
And while there is no question that Peggys Style is going to develop into a highclass marathon runner, she may have to give best
to Shaneboy Fantasy in the final.
The Manchester-based Double Take had to give best
to the flying Bills Paid last time but she gets the chance of stealing a march on these rivals and Latin Beauty's late charge may prove too little too late.
MILE GOLDIKOVA is one of the greatest mares Europe has ever produced and she will be sent off at a very short price, but I think she will have to give best
to Paco Boy.
Front-running BENBYAS did not give best
until the run-in in this last year, finishing fifth.
Report Italy Sunday Premio Lydia Tesio G1 Capannelle, Rome, 1m2f turf, 3yo+ fillies & mares FRANKIE DETTORI'S bid for his 100th Godolphin-owned Group 1 winner came up just short yesterday as the Saeed Bin Suroor-trained Antara was forced to give best
to 18-1 outsider Aoife Alainn in the Premio Lydia Tesio at the Capannelle, Rome.
The wide runner had to give best
to Coolagorna Giggs at this level last time, but has been given a smashing chance to make all in this A4 380-metres contest.