AFTER some slim second locations I ended my barren run with an impressed number of an odds-on favorite in a claimer – is there a greater option to regain the profitable thread?
Anyway, a winner’s a winner so let’s examine if I can maintain it happening Wednesday.
2.55 Tidal Watch – A race stuffed with useless wooden and nothing appeals greater than Jonjo O’Neill’s runner, who has put collectively a string of constant performances just lately each over hurdles and on the extent.
A second place at Kempton final month was a pleasant efficiency getting back from a break, and even only a copy of that effort might nicely be ok.
He is solely been raised a pound for that effort and he is a a lot better horse now than he was when final having a Flat marketing campaign.
He manages to remain in Zero-75 grade and it certainly will not be lengthy earlier than he is raised at school.
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3.05 Burn Baby Byrne – Couldn’t have been more impressive at this track last time and definitely earned a big rise in the weights.
Isabel Williams has made a good impression in her first season under rules and this one could be progressive enough to strike again.
It’s not a particularly strong race and the improving mare gets in below the 120 rating cut-off point so everything’s in place for a big run.
Bully’s Wednesday Bankers
2.45 Newbury – Downtown Getaway
2.55 Lingfield – Tidal Watch
3.05 Ludlow – Byrne Baby Byrne
3.20 Newcastle – Illustrissime
2.45 Downtown Getaway – This is arguably the best race of the day, for all that it’s a novice hurdle.
It will take a good one to get the better of Nicky Henderson’s new recruit, who bolted up in a bumper at Fairyhouse this time last year for Mags Mullins.
That form has worked out ridiculously well, with both placed horses winning more than once and the ninth-placed Dinons winning multiple races.
He’ll need to prove he can do it under different conditions but he could be very exciting.
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3.20 Illustrissime – Not the most competitive contest to open proceedings at Gosforth Park and this looks at the mercy of Ivan Furtado’s improver.
He signed off the Flat season with cracking effort behind a smart type at Catterick and he still looks very well handicapped.
If he can transfer that to synthetics then he can progress enough to take top spot here.
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