It’s off to Windsor for a bumper eight-race flat card on Monday afternoon, with the action at the Royal venue getting underway at 13:50 and highlighted by a good Class 4 handicap run over a mile at 15:20.

Windsor Tips

  • 16:20 – Decisive Call @ 11/2
  • 16:52 – On The Right Track @ 14/1
  • 17:22 – Phoenix Glow @ 6/1 

16:20 Decisive Call @ 11/2

DECISIVE CALL showed a marked improvement on his handicap and stable debut for Gary Moore when finishing second at Brighton last time out and the three-year-old looks ready to strike.

The son of Footstepsinthesand ran into an improving and well-handicapped rival on the South Coast last time out, but it was an excellent effort to finish in the runners-up spot and there has to be more to come from a horse that has had only four career starts.

Decisive Call finished well-clear of the third-place runner at Brighton and this slight step up in trip doesn’t look a bad move – Moore has got his runner in off a featherweight in division one of the middle-distance handicap at 16:20 this afternoon.

16:52 – On The Right Track @ 14/1

ON THE RIGHT TRACK ran a cracking race when sent off an unconsidered 18/1 chance at Lingfield four days ago and the six-time flat winner looks ready to score again in the second division of the one-mile-three-and-a-half-handicap at 16:52.

Mark Usher’s runner will be suited by the forecast drying ground at Windsor, and a mark of 66, looks workable, given the effort when finishing third only four days ago.

On The Right Track was outpaced in the final furlong at Lingfield, but things may be happening a little slower at the finish this afternoon and the Joey Haynes-ridden runner should be able to achieve a good track position from stall five.

17:22 – Phoenix Glow @ 6/1

There are 16 runners set to go to post for the concluding six-furlong handicap at 17:22, but PHOENIX GLOW can make it far less competitive than the field size suggests.

Jack Channon’s charge ran a blinder when finishing second to the extremely well-handicapped Brian The Snail at Bath last time out, that came over a trip short of the three-year-old’s best and this contest appears to set up far better for the filly.

Phoenix Glow came from an unpromising position to land second last time out and she looks to hold a major chance running off the same mark and upped to six furlongs.

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