Jason Weaver: Reckless Serenade can strike the right note at Musselburgh on Friday night

He's spent a few days on the donkey rides at Rhyl beach but the Weaver Shark is back on the hunt for winners in his regular slot

Jason Weaver

Rainbow Pride, Bath, 6.35pm

Sir Mark Prescott’s runners are winning left right and centre and this fella showed that staying is his game when bolting up at the back-end of last year.

His return can be upgraded as he ran with the choke out for most of the way and still managed to finish second. He’s still only on a lowly mark of 68 and can take advantage.

Surewecan, Musselburgh, 6.45pm

Recent efforts are very solid and we know he loves this track and returns off the back of a cracking run at HQ where he was only just beaten in a blanket finish.

I’m pretty sure he’s a bit of a thinker but Graham Lee gets the leg up for the first time and maybe a new set of hands can do the trick.

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Bunbury, Newmarket 7.35pm

Had the three qualifying runs at big prices and was smashed off the boards for his handicap debut but there were many left with burnt fingers.

Richard Hughes took him home and gave him a wind operation and a return to the track at Windsor saw him punted again but this time he got all the oxygen needed and won well.

He’s been upped 6lb for that win but could still be improving.

Reckless Serenade, Musselburgh 7.55pm

She took a massive step forward on her second start when making all to win at Hamilton. She’s been handed a very workable mark of 68 which could really underestimate her ability.

This sharper 5f will be bang up her street against what are mainly a bunch of exposed runners.

Swanton Blue, Bath 8:45pm

Comes here off a good course and distance run when he gave the race away at the gates after a very slow start.

He’s drawn on the paint and has come back down to a very handy mark. Rob Hornby takes off another 3lbs so this is his best chance to break his duck at the 12th attempt.

What do you think?