1st Race (0-20)
#3 HIT THE GREEN may have had no answer to Bells Apostle in his last start, but he still produced a genuine showing. He is tipped to go one better here. #4 He’s Got Gears finally got the monkey off his back in his last start, overcoming his wide draw to win from start-to-finish. He is capable of confirming here. #5 Seven Carat nearly made it last Saturday. Entered again, he is not prevented from bouncing back. #9 Misty Roller produced his best showing of the season last time out. If he can repeat that showing, he can make it. For the lower placings, #10 Spun Out and #2 Spin A Coin are good contenders.
Danger: #4 He’s Got Gears
Dark Horse: #9 Misty Roller


2nd Race (0-25)
#1 Melson’s recent form makes for good reading, having made the podium in each of his last three runs. His chances in this contest are more than rock-solid. #3 Netflix ran below expectations in his recent attempt. A class dropper, he is a big runner in this. #5 Senor’s Guest comes into this race on the back of two consecutive second place finishes. It won’t be a surprise to see him make it third time lucky here. #4 REDWOOD VALLEY gave Never Fear a run for his money last Sunday. He is very close to the form that saw him strike in his first two races, and he has every chance of ending his campaign on a winning note. #9 Chester’s Wish has blown hot and cold throughout the season. He has been right up there in his last few runs and he merits a lot of respect in this contest. #7 Bells Apostle won from start-to-finish in the 36th meeting, opening his account in the process. He remains well and is not prevented from doubling the score. The same is said for #10 Majestic Moon, if he manages to repeat his winning showing last time out.
Danger: #5 Senor’s Guest
Dark Horse: #9 Chester’s Wish


3rd Race (B.31 – 1365m)
#5 KAMADEVA debuted victoriously on Duke Of York Cup day. He has continued to progress and is taken to make it two from two. #8 Wendylle is another last start winner. This grey horse should be bang in the shake-up. #1 Antwerp is down a Benchmark and should be thereabouts, while #7 Zenzero is much better than what he served up last time out and it would be wrong to write him off here.
Top Tip: #5 KAMADEVA
Danger: #8 Wendylle
Dark Horse: #1 Antwerp


4th Race (B.36)
#3 CHOIR OF ANGELS got his first win in the 31st meeting. He proved that it was not a fluke in his last start, as he finished a close 3rd. His chances in this contest are more than first rate. #5 The Right Stuff went close to striking in his last start. He can give the selection an almighty fright. #2 Zodiac Jack did what he could in the 36th meeting. Down two categories, he should make his presence felt. #6 Captain Falcon failed to confirm on the Duke Of York Cup day, but he still managed to complete the quartet. He won’t be that far away in this. #9 Carlas Mambo looked a winner in his previous showing, only to succumb to Well Connected. A reproduction of that run can see him bounce back.
Danger: #5 The Right Stuff
Dark Horse: #9 Carlas Mambo


5th Race (B.41)
It has been a genuine season for #4 A P Strike. In seven starts, he has struck twice and finished in the placings on five occasions. This Shyam Hurchund-trained gelding can end his campaign on a winning note with Nooresh Juglall on board. #1 Rob Roy won from start-to-finish on the Duke Of York Cup day, scoring his second win of his debut season. Still in good nick, he can confirm. #2 ARCTIC FLYER made the headlines in the 33rd meeting, earning Simon Jones’ yard their first win of the season. Considering that the wins have continued to follow, he remains in excellent condition and he is taken to double the score. #8 Roman Dancer may have struck just once here, but he has been a model of consistency. He is not prevented from having a say on proceedings. #3 Barak Lavan and #10 Vision Of Trust are worthy of consideration for the lower placings.
Danger: #4 A P Strike
Dark Horse: #8 Roman Dancer


6th Race (B.51)
#4 TOWER OF WISDOM produced a cracker of a showing in his last start, scoring his first win of what has been a disappointing season. This five-year old remains on good terms with himself and the vote is given to him to confirm. #5 Promissory’s last run must be ignored, as he was stuck wide throughout. He has landed the perfect draw and is a big runner in this contest. #8 Itdawnedonme finally got the win he was looking for in his recent start. Even if he is up two categories, he can still confirm. #10 Well Connected was badly cramped for room at a crucial stage in the home straight last Saturday. He is worth another look and even in this higher class, he merits a lot of respect. #7 The Byzantine and #2 Dreamforest are good contenders for the lower placings.
Danger: #5 Promissory
Dark Horse: #10 Well Connected


7th Race – The City Of Port Louis Cup (B.61)
#2 HENRY TUDOR gets the nod in the second 1365-metre contest of the day. This Preetam Daby-trained horse will appreciate running over the shorter trip and can end the season on a winning note. #4 Virtue has fully recovered after he was severely lame last time out. He has worked well and is rated as the biggest danger to the selection. #6 Lanza is in far better shape and form following his much-needed debut run. He is worth a thought in this. #3 Pera Palace and #7 Alaadel should fight it out to complete the quartet.
Danger: #4 Virtue
Dark Horse: #6 Lanza


8th Race (B.31 – 1600m)
Both #4 Kings Empire and #5 Midnight Oracle could not prevent Bouclette Top from striking in the 36th meeting. Both have strong chances of bouncing back. #10 MR GREEN STREET might have started his debut season very slowly but he has been right up there in his last three races. Well-trained, a big run is forthcoming from him here. #8 Man From Seattle bagged a very impressive win in the 34th meeting. Jeanot Bardottier remains on board and this partnership is capable of making it once again. #1 Manetheren and #9 Moschino are good contenders for the lower placings.
Danger: #4 Kings Empire
Dark Horse: #8 Man From Seattle


9th Race (0-26)
Preference is for #1 ANZA-BORREGO in the final contest of the season. He has performed genuinely in the second half of the campaign and that includes one win. Nooresh Juglall is on board and he is taken to run a cracker. #7 Manolete showed improvement in his last start. He has landed the perfect draw here and is capable of going very far in this. #2 Sarah’s Secret comes into this race knocking very hard at the door. He merits serious consideration in this contest. Similar comments apply to stable mate #3 After The Order, while #8 Northern Rebel showed up strongly last time out and is not prevented from showing up here.
Danger: #7 Manolete
Dark Horse: #8 Northern Rebel