I travelled all the way to Beverley on Wednesday and saw a very nice two-year-old filly win the Hilary Needler. Don&rsquo;t Tell Mary is one to look out for and now I fancy her to follow-up in the Queen Mary at Royal Ascot. Sadly, the evening ended on a bad note when Manchester United were taught a lesson by a rampant Barcelona.<br /><br />Sir Michael Stoute has got his string in good form and as the <strong>MAIN AIM</strong> of this column is to find winners, I will be backing this four-year-old colt in the Timeform Jury Stakes at Haydock tomorrow. Apprentice Louis-Philippe Beuzelin is very good value for his claim as he showed when steering home Desert Creek last weekend. Therefore, it may also pay to side with <strong>SALEROSA</strong> in the Doncaster 5.50pm contest.<br /><br />I&rsquo;m not one to go around looking for ones to lay, but if <strong>SAYIF</strong> (Haydock 4.10pm) trades at 5/4 or shorter, I may look to take him on, either prior to post time or in-running. He ended last season as the highest-rated maiden in training. He&rsquo;s turned it around with a win as a three-year-old, but I didn&rsquo;t think he looked all that genuine and I would be keen to take him on at short prices.