LAST year, form analyst Graham Wheldon took racing by storm with his Angle Finders column in our sister paper, the Raceform Update.
Now Mirror Racing are adapting Angle finders for Winner MACHINE. Follow these horses next time out and, to make things easier for you, we'll highlight them in our unrivaled ABC service so you won't miss them.
For the full Angle finders service get Raceform Update every Wednesday or ring Graham's 'Hotline' tipping number on 0906 911 0231.HORSES TO FOLLOW NEXT TIME OUT FROM JULY 9
-REMEMBER, WE HIGHLIGHTED DANEHILL WILLY AT 20-1 AND 9-1 WINNER ACE OF HEARTS LAST WEEKALEXANDER CAPETOWN: Nibbled at in the market and one to watch when dropped down to 6f.
ALGHARB: Saw too much daylight from and outside draw and capable of better granted more cover.
ARRY DASH: Left with far too much to do off a slow pace and weighted to win when he wants.
BEAUTY OF DREAMS: Steady pace didn't play to strengths and handicapped to win more races.
BOBBY CHARLES: Pulled far too hard from a slow pace but only beaten a head. Must win truer run race.
CALIFORNIA LEWIS: Backed despite having a terrible draw and clearly considered capable of better.
CLEAR IMPRESSION: Did too much from the gate on bad ground and worth watching dropping below 7f.
DANCE SEQUEL: Stable juveniles always improve for an outing and this promising sort will be no exception.
DANEHILL DAZZLER: Worth putting back in as nothing has gone right for her of late - just needs a sensible gallop.
DAVID JUNIOR: Slammed field having been waited with off steady pace and looks group class.
DESERT QUEST: Really caught the eye at York. Get saving for his return in John Smith's next month.
DESERT REIGN: Did best of those ridden prominently when well supported latest and clearly in good order.
DIKTATORSHIP: Missed break and did too much too soon. One to watch for when nurseries begin .
ECHO OF LIFE: Odds-on flop comeback but race was falsely run and likely to bounce back with more pace on.
EL REY DEL MAMBO: Hit trouble but still came out of the race as by far the best of the hold up horses.
ESQUIRE: Ran far too freely on comeback but a Group 1 entry suggests more is to come. …