Cable Speed bolted up at Lingfield last time but this is no easy mission for the penalised runner in against some potentially decent types including Pitcher’s Point from the John Gosden team. The selection was very green and never really knuckled down to the job in hand when third to London Arch at Newcastle. He floated past the winning post, not really having a race at all.
In receipt of the 5lb on Friday night, he’s going to be tough to beat.
Went close to giving our rookie trainer a success with his first batch of runners but as we know it’s only a matter of time, The winner of that particular contest has come and boosted the form already at Wolverhampton this Monday it’s rocksolid at the level and we should take the hint that the young maestro will get his first winner.
The Ed Dunlop yard has had an incredibly lean spell for the last season, however they seem to be finding form with a vengeance at the moment, A measly 2lb weight rise for success at Chelmsford is laughable and we can expect Roco Magica to follow-up.
Having his first try around Wolverhampton will be no barrier to success.
Brian Ellison’s runner cannot drop much lower in the ratings before she finds herself unable to race. Her sole win so far came around this track when trained by Simon Crisford. She looks for all the world as this is the final roll of the dice.
I wouldn’t be surprised to see her put up a good display at decent odds.
I’m sick of saying why he will win and when he’s going to win, but surely it’s got to happen soon! If he doesn’t deliver on Friday night he becomes the cliff horse that we no longer have on our radar.
The six-year-old has been chopping and changing trainers and definitely showed signs of a return to the winners enclosure on its first start for Tracey Collins’ outfit. The team have decided that a drop down in trip to the long sprint of 7 furlongs is absolutely ideal.
Let’s take the hint.
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