RACING TV’s GORDON BROWN podcast racing preview for the Indigo Unified Comms Racenight

French-born apprentice Mohammed Tabti bids to extend his unblemished record aboard Catherine Chroi at Hamilton Park on Wednesday night. The mare, now in her second spell with Iain Jardine, lines up for the Achieve More with Indigo Unified Comms Handicap over six-furlongs.

"She's been super consistent since she came back to us," said Jardine, who also saddles top-weight Jump The Gun. "Mohammad gets on well with her and they've been successful at Ayr and Leicester as well as that narrow Hamilton win a couple of weeks ago. "He's never lost on her but she's actually won a total of eight races for us including six since we got her back. She battled on gamely last time and her mark has crept up another wee bit."

The opposition to Catherine Chroi includes Jordan Electrics, who holds the six-furlong track record after setting a new best of 1m 8.70s almost two years ago. And Sacred Falls, a first winner on turn this year for Katie Scott last month, bids to follow that Carlisle strike off a 5ib higher rating. The Indigo Unified Comms Handicap 12 months ago went to Ed Bethall-trained Rock of England, a four-length winner, and the Middleham trainer is intent on retaining the trophy with Angel of England (no relation).

Dual Grand National-winning handler Lucinda Russell has already enjoyed three winners at the Lanarkshire venue in 2024 and she could go close with recent Haydock third Moyola, who hasn't won on turf on eight previous attempts.

By Gordon Brown.