THE motion actually begins to kick into gear this week, with Ascot, Newmarket and Punchestown offering racing fanatics with a veritable feast.
Let’s examine if we are able to hold the great run going because the evenings start to get that little bit brighter.
5.10 Free Love – Had been constant with out making waves since becoming a member of Mick Appleby earlier than a turnaround efficiency right here final time, when she ran out a convincing two-length winner.
Wants to seek out somewhat extra now burdened with a 7lb rise, however she ought to have loads extra within the tank given her reappearance was a career-best show.
It is a step up in grade however it’s not overly robust and she will be able to furnish her coach with one more winner.
three.55 False Id – Was given a high quality trip by Laura Coughlan to land a aggressive Leicester handicap by six lengths on Saturday.
Seems very properly handled below a 5lb penalty if reproducing that, although will want a outstanding trip now dropping again in journey.
Has gained on the monitor up to now and will make daring bid for hat-trick.
2.15 Take It Down Beneath – The swap to handicaps and front-running techniques paid off for Amy Murphy’s contender final time and he can go in once more below a 5lb penalty.
Georgia Dobie’s helpful 7lb declare means he is successfully 2lb decrease and he ought to take some pegging again from a superb draw.
It is a very weak race and she or he’s the one one within the subject coming into it off the again of a superb efficiency.
5.20 Chosen World – Constant five-year-old acts effectively over this course and distance and regardless of being no match for a simple winner final time, he nonetheless ran a giant race in second.
The handicapper has raised him 1lb which is about proper and there does not look like any handicap blot on this contest.
He can see his consistency rewarded and notch up his fourth win over this course and distance.
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6.55 Field Gun – Ran a cracker at Lingfield last time, dropping back to 6f and finding just one too good.
Back at a track where he has a 141 record, he should go one place better – particularly as the step back up to 7f will be right up his street.
Stuart Williams has had three winners in the last two weeks and this one can provide him with another.
6.40 A Plus Tard – Delta Work travelled all over the front two in the RSA but didn’t get home, and he could find another too strong here.
The selection was a magnificent winner in handicap company at the Cheltenham Festival and surely has plenty of improvement left considering he’s only five.
He gets a weight allowance here and the form of his comprehensive defeat of subsequent Arkle winner Duc Des Genievres back in December now looks very strong form.