Love Your Work has been transformed by a switch to Tim Fitzgerald, taking advantage of a lenient mark when landing a gamble over seven furlongs here on stable debut last month, and running to a similar level turned out under a penalty to follow up over C&D just two days later.
Love Your Work is now 3 lb higher in the weights, but he is clearly thriving at present, and has been found another winnable opportunity. He is readily taken to outpoint another recent C&D winner Silverturnstogold, who looks vulnerable under a penalty.
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Puchita has been in excellent form at this course of late, winning a couple of C&D handicaps before being drawn on the wrong side turned out quickly over five furlongs on Tuesday.
Puchita is just 3 lb higher in the weights than for his six-length success over C&D the time before, so is well worth another chance to prove herself on a good mark for a yard that continue in great form.
Duke of Waspington hasn’t been with Anthony McCann long, and is well handicapped on old form, now 2 lb below his last winning mark. He hasn’t shaped badly over two miles the last twice, but all of his best form is in and around this trip, and the addition of first-time blinkers could perk him up a bit.
This looks an open handicap, and he could be worth chancing at likely big odds for a yard that are going along nicely at present.