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    Free previews of the races and tips for each individual race for Monday
Free previews of the races and tips for each individual race for Monday
Horse races. Source: William Hill

Free previews of the races and tips for each individual race for Monday

Lion's Pride aims to dominate and outperform its clever competitors in the Virgin Bet Every Saturday Money Back Magnolia Stakes at Kempton on Monday.

He has been carefully nurtured throughout his career under the guidance of John and Thady Gosden. However, now is the moment when he has the potential to soar truly.

Although the official statistics indicate that he faces a challenge by giving 3lb to William Haggas' Dubai Honour, who is rated 11lb higher, the latter is making a comeback after a setback and has more ambitious goals in the near future.

Lion's Pride appeared to have reached his limits after finishing third in two Listed races despite winning at Kempton in July. However, his most recent race showed great potential.

Returning to the all-weather track, he easily defeated Charlie Appleby's Measured Time, who was heavily favoured at 4-9 odds due to their three consecutive victories.

Lion's Pride is of a higher calibre than just a Listed horse, considering the impressive achievements of Measured Time. After triumphing in a Group Two race and securing the esteemed Group One Jebel Hatta title, Measured Time went on to deliver a commendable fourth-place finish in the Dubai Turf. This sequence of victories and strong performances indicates that Lion's Pride possesses exceptional talent.

Tom Clover's Al Barez impressed in his previous outing and has the potential to perform strongly in the Virgin Bet Best Odds Daily Handicap.

With an impressive pedigree, being sired by Dark Angel and out of the talented Jet Setting, Al Barez still has untapped potential waiting to be unleashed.

He emerged victorious in three out of his initial four races. Subsequently, he underwent a procedure to address a wind-related issue, which caused him to be absent from the racing scene for an entire year. Since then, he has yet to reach the same level of success, but he had a relatively smooth experience in his most recent race at Wolverhampton.

Vultar, trained by Clive Cox, has emerged victorious in his previous two races at this particular track. Although he narrowly secured the win in his most recent outing, he was exerting just the right amount of effort to ensure the victory.

He can showcase his hat trick in the Virgin Bet Daily Extra Places Handicap.

Twelfth Knight emerged victorious in the Market Cross Jewellers Handicap at Redcar in the previous season, albeit with a significantly lower rating. However, the horse could replicate this achievement when making its first appearance this time around.

He proved to be a true triumph for Ruth Carr, so it came as a surprise when he was transferred to Paul Midgley in August. However, a victory at Ripon in only his second race under his new trainer indicated that the change had not adversely affected him.

There could be additional developments from the young child in the upcoming year.

Rocking Tree made a successful debut for George Boughey after previously being trained by Ger Lyons in Ireland.

He faces a 5lb increase in the Get Raceday Ready Handicap at Wolverhampton, but it may not be sufficient to prevent his success.

Ballee appears to have the potential to overcome a challenging situation, facing a double penalty for Philip Hobbs and Johnson White in the Betting. Place your bets on the Novices' Hurdle at Chepstow for some expert horse racing tips.

Camarrate, trained by Donald McCain, has the potential to improve upon his previous performance at Kelso as he heads to Fakenham for the Fisher Electrical Contractors Juvenile Maiden Hurdle. Meanwhile, Bourbali is a reliable choice in the Bob Champion Cancer Trust Sussex Champion Handicap Chase at Plumpton.

Today is the highly anticipated Boylesports Irish Grand National at Fairyhouse, where one cannot ignore the strong case for Willie Mullins' promising newcomer, Nick Rockett.

Preserved in a state of freshness and kept at a distance from Cheltenham, he has received favourable treatment from the handicapper.

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