Angel’s Hideaway value at 8s in Sceptre Stakes

Angel’s Hideaway has some strong form to her name, so at 8/1 looks decent value in the 7f Group 3 Sceptre Stakes at Doncaster today (2.10).

This John Gsden trained three-year-old filly was a useful juvenile who ran well when third in a Group 3 on seasonal reappearance, before finishing a cracking 1 1/2 lengths fourth of 18 to Hermosa in the 1000 Guineas at Newmarket.

She was then far from disgraced when fourth to Space Blues in a Listed affair at Epsom, and the winner is a progressive sort who has since finished runner-up to subsequent Sussex Stakes winner Too Darn Hot in a Group 1 in France.

Angels Hideaway also ran well at Royal Ascot when a keeping on 1 3/4 length third of 18 to Space Traveller in the Group 3 Jersey Stakes over 7f.

Duke Of Hazzard, who came fifth, has come out and won three times since – including a Group 2 last time out at Goodwod – whilst the seventh home Happy Power ran a blinder next time up when a 1 3/4 lengths fourth to Too Darn Hot in the Group 1 Sussex Stakes at Glorious Goodwood

The form of those races read well in relation to this and Angel’s Hideaway is top rated in the line-up off 105.

Things haven’t gone to plan in her last two starts, but this doesn’t look a strong renewal and on the pick of her form Angel’s Hideaway is in my mine the one they all have to beat.

Daily Sport recommended bet: 2pts each-way Angel’s Hideaway (8/1 generally available – use BOG firms paying 4 places)

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