Deauville Betting Tips – Tawkeel Appeals in Nonette Test

Deauville Betting Tips · Saturday, 22nd Aug 2020 - 13:35

Prix de la Nonette betting tips – Tawkeel can continue unbeaten run

Tawkeel gets in to the 1m 2f Group 2 Prix de la Nonette at Deauville on Saturday without a penalty (13:35).

On that basis, she is strongly fancied to follow-up on success at the highest level in this test for three-year-old fillies.

Trained by Jean-Claude Rouget for Hamdan Al Maktoum, the daughter of Teofilo has won all four of her career starts. Tawkeel started on the all-weather with back-to-back success over a mile earlier in the year.

She then stepped up in trip here and beat Wangari by a head. The front two pulled ten lengths clear of the third home and the runner-up has since landed a Listed contest and placed in Group 3 company.

That gives the form a solid look. Tawkeel then took the huge step up in class in her stride with victory in the Group 1 Prix Saint Alary at Chantilly.

It was a very taking turf debut indeed. After chasing the leading pair, Tawkeel made menacing headway on their outside three furlongs from home.

She was shaken up two out and soon ran on to lead, shooting five lengths of Magic Attitude. On that form, Tawkeel has nothing to fear from the re-opposing third Solsticia.

Now eased in grade without extra weight, she looks a cut above her rivals. The Prix de la Nonette is less demanding with Tawkeel 7lbs and upwards clear on Racing Post Ratings.

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Prix Daphnis betting tips – Obey King’s Command under Dettori

Frankie Dettori has an interesting book of rides on this card. In the Group 3 Prix Daphnis over the round mile for three-year-olds (14:50), he partnered Godolphin runner King’s Command.

Trained by Charlie Appleby, this Dubawi gelding relishes softer conditions and looks ready for the step up in trip. After landing his debut at Newmarket, firmer ground didn’t suit him in the rest of his juvenile campaign.

King’s Command made a very impressive return to action, however, in this grade following a break. He relished the very soft going at Saint-Cloud when making all the running for an easy 3 1/2 lengths success.

As King’s Command gets into this other Group 3 without a penalty, gets his ground and goes well fresh, he has plenty going for him.

Despite this being his first run for 323 days, the booking of Dettori suggest connections mean business. There could well be autumn and winter targets for King’s Command to come too.

Although the owners and trainer also have Well Of Wisdom in the line-up, he is more exposed. With more to come from King’s Command he appeals most in the Prix Daphnis.

Prix du Calvados betting tips – No Speak Alexander appeals each-way

Irish raider No Speak Alexander who likes it soft, so looks an each-way bet in the 7f Group 2 Prix du Calvados for juvenile fillies (15:25).

Trained by Jessica Harrington, the daughter Shalaa swerved the Silver Flash Stakes at home earlier this month because the ground was too sound.

She bolted up in a Roscommon maiden despite being upset in the stalls. No Speak Alexander led going easily less than two furlongs from home and only needed pushing out for an easy 6 1/2 lengths success.

What she beat that day is questionable, but this was a very taking performance visually. Connections clearly believe she is worth a crack at this level.

Harrington books Dettori for the ride which catches the eye too. In a Prix du Calvados renewal which has plenty of international representatives, No Speak Alexander can make the frame.

British runner Fev Rover is a leading contender for Richard Fahey. She kept on on soft ground at Newmarket last month and went down by a head to Dandalla in this grade.

As Fev Rover has since stepped up to this trip and won at Listed level at Sandown, her claims are obvious. At the odds on offer, though, No Speak Alexander appeals.

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