Rudy Lewis has caught my eye on his last two starts and could be worth backing here on handicap debut off a mark of 71.
The run that makes him most interesting is when he finished 5th of 11 at Thirsk two starts ago, beaten about four lengths by Current Option, who’s rated around 84. The horses that finished second and third that day, just in front of Rudy Lewis, have both won since and are rated 84 and 94 respectively giving the form a strong look. There are some useful types in here, though they all look more exposed than the selection.
I think he’s worth chancing.
James Fanshawe’s mare looks to have plenty to find on bare form though she looks to have a lot of potential and could be the value here. She won very impressively on debut, beating the well-regarded The Very Moon easily in what was a useful time. She then ran at Nottingham on rain-softened ground and was a small bit disappointing, though the one that beat her that day, Ojooba, could be very useful and she was giving her 6 lbs. This race lacks depth away from the favourite Fanny Logan, so Sweet Promise definitely looks worth an each-way investment.