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MaMatt Brocklebank offers a bet for every meeting in the UK on Thursday, including a selection on the evening card at Chelmsford.
OLD JURY – 3.40 Carlisle (NAP)
If you’re ready to put a line through OLD JURYAfter returning to Perth last month, he has realistic declining claims in Carlisle’s Division 1 of Racing TV Handicap Hurdle.
He won this course and this distance in March and, after another good race when he finished second here the following month, he started winning again in Newcastle’s extended two and a half miles.
He never got into the rhythm when he bid for a follow-up to Ayr in May, but was later sidelined and completed his first race for 124 days at the relatively sharp Scottish site there is a little over a month.
Hopefully he’ll be a lot sharper on a course he loves and starting with a 100 rating he only weighs 3 pounds more than on his last hit.
The cheeks he’s worn in the past also come back, so at what is likely to be a decent price, this is one I’m more than happy to take my chances on.
BREEZY STORM – 3.55 Brighton
The sports bet of the Brighton stars stung? ! Offering EBF Restricted Novice Stakes seems a great opportunity to WIND STORM.
Gary Moore’s filly stepped up on her honorable debut to fight in seven stages at Goodwood last time around, with the front two pulling two lengths ahead of the third.
The winner, Piffle, hasn’t had an impact in a much better race since, but the fourth and sixth both went on to clinch gold and Breezy Storm won’t need to improve much to open an account.
She’s bred to do this mile-long trip very well.
ANOTHER STOWAWAY – 2.55 Wincanton
The Mansionbet Best Odds Guaranteed Handicap Chase is an amazing little run in Wincanton and they’re unlikely to hang out with at least half of the six runners who are generally keen on running, or at least close to the pace.
They understand ANOTHER PASSENGER but I don’t expect this to prove too damaging to his claims as he had company up front before winning well at Ludlow in April and hopefully he can start over the fences again this season.
Ludlow’s race form reads well in this business – the third house, Bbold having subsequently won – and Tom George’s horse isn’t too badly treated regaining a top 4-pound mark after being in the middle 130 years as a novice a few years ago.
He apparently had a wind problem or two along the way, but seemed to have recovered from it in the spring and was quite cool in the past, so the first time back after another breathing operation might be the time to catch up.
PRINCE OF ABINGTON – 7.00 Chelmsford
The pace looks fiercely hot in tote.co.uk free streaming for every UK running handicap and it could really fit PRINCE OF ABINGTON.
He probably doesn’t have a huge amount on hand from a current mark of 81, but he’s been placed on the turf a few times higher this summer and it’s not hard to see him win a few sprints in any weather. throughout the winter.
He was outclassed in a three-rider six-stage competition here last month, but that should show him off well and he’s backed to really take advantage of that first crack at seven stages, especially with the gait horses ready. to compete.
THUNDERSTRUCK – 3.05 Uttoxeter (NAP)
Emma Lavelle’s Stunned can rumble at home in the Low Cost Roofing Stoke Handicap Hurdle in Uttoxeter.
Most of his rivals come into play at the end of the summer break, but Thunderstruck is in good shape and is shooting after a first run since wind surgery when he was just behind Push The Tempo in Worcester on September 13.
He would have won it if it hadn’t been for the mistakes, including last and if he does better here, he’s the one they all have to beat.
Lavelle has a good track record on this track this time of year and she reapplied the cheeks at Thunderstruck, headgear he is one after another following a win at Fontwell in May. (Ben Linfoot)
RELEASE POINT – 2.40 Red car
RELEASE POINT didn’t seem to like the heavy stint at Leicester earlier this month, but it’s worth an apology and should be offered at a sustainable price in the Sam Hall Memorial Handicap in Redcar.
Mick Appleby’s rookie had already made a very promising start for his new coach, winning a first mile at Ripon before remaining second out of 10 stages at Pontefract.
After being lightened by a pound for Leicester, he weighs only 1 pound more than Pontefract’s effort and, being from the family of the superb stayer Yeats, he is born to relish the move up to a mile and three-quarters on better ground here. (Matt Brocklebank)
WELLAND – 4.33 Fakenham
Pam Sly is in great shape after winning with four of her last five runners and her GOOD AND could strike for the court in the 2m4f handicap obstacle which closes the Fakenham card on Friday.
Cremant and Soldier On Parade seem likely to lead the bet, but they were both beaten to their current marks last time around, so a chance is taken on Welland returning from 290 days off.
The good thing is he’s doing fine, as he gained 102 days off and was also half a second away after 306 days off, so his fitness is taken into account.
He also has a course win under his belt, as better ground is perfect for him and he’s shown to stay on the trip well, so there’s a lot going in his favor with Paul O’Brien shedding 3 pounds. (BL)
DUKEDOM – 4.40 Haydock
The Queens DUCEDOM can appreciate the shift to the disability business in the disability from the Join Casumo Today nursery on Seven Stadiums in Haydock.
John and Thady Gosden’s horse returned from a 10 week break in Newmarket two weeks ago and trained well in what appeared to be a hot maiden for a mile, faring better from those who have accelerated with the pace.
Second with one stadium to go and fifth in the row, the return to seven stages on soft ground seems ideal and he defied an opening mark of 77. (BL)
HUSTWOOD – 7.00 Newcastle
Division 1 of the DFE Electrical Commercial & Domestic Handicap can go in the direction of HURSTWOOD.
He’s generally been down since he was classified in the 80s as a minor, but he won a small handicap on this course and distance last September and added a first turf victory to his tally at Ripon this summer.
Those wins resulted in ratings of 60 and 59 so he looks very well treated again from his current rating (57).
The horse is known to be managing the track, the cheeks are put back in place after being tried in the past, and Harry Russell – who guided him to victory at Ripon – takes over from Gianluca Sanna in the saddle. (Mo)
- Pallas Dancer 5/2 (NAP)
- Sir Rodney Sangrouge 8/1
- Majahl 8/15
- Nuts good 5/1
- Hurry Hedley 3/10
- Safran Beach 5/1 (NAP)
- Geonice 15/2
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