THE Hennessy Gold Cup at Newbury was the longest sponsorship in racing. It is acquired a brand new identify this 12 months but it surely’s no much less of a belting renewal and the ITV cameras shall be at Newbury and Newcastle for the most effective weekend of the season thus far!
The 1.50 at Newbury kicks off TV proceedings and OLD GUARD (6/1) could make a stand having run nicely at Cheltenham final month. He is half owned by Jeremy Kyle however do not maintain that in opposition to him.
Over at Newcastle (2.05) it is the Combating Fifth and sees the return of current Champion Hurdler BUVEUR D’AIR (1/four) who will win at a canter and the wager needs to be Buveur D’Air to beat Irving into second which can assist bolster returns.
Again at Newbury (2.25) we’re profiting from Alex Ferguson’s ability within the saddle. No, not that one. This one. This one is a younger jockey who shall be aboard HIGH BRIDGE (four/1) who formed nicely at Ascot final outing and may rating for younger Fergie this afternoon.
Subsequent up is the large one. Newbury’s (three.00) characteristic can go to AMERICAN (15/2) for younger Harry Fry who’s a genius coach regardless of being previous past his years. The large discipline permits us to have an every approach saver on COGRY (20/1) for Saturday man, Nigel Twiston Davies.
Newcastle (three.20) wrap their card up and BISHOPS ROAD (9/2) can enhance on a good run right here final 12 months to attain for handler Kerry Lee.
The ultimate TV race of the day sees Newbury (three.35) host a handicap whereby ROCK ON ROCKY (16/1) is a large worth to benefit from a good Mark having caught the attention at Cheltenham. He isn’t very modern however that will not matter if he makes the body for every approach punters to rock us into Saturday evening.
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