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The consistent Check My Pulse is potentially vulnerable under a penalty, while Geromino is more tempting after a solid hurdles debut at Catterick. However, despite failing to match market expectations (heavily backed) on his British debut at Ayr, another chance is afforded to the ex-French racer FANTASTIC ROCK. Although yet to compete on good ground, it’s relevant that his half-brother Enrilo is most proficient under the forecast conditions.
This is a warm race for the grade and one that will take more winning than the Wetherby handicap that PELTWELL won with such authority last week. Nevertheless, Neil Mulholland’s mare is clearly well ahead of her mark with no penalty, she looked to take little out of herself and may well complete the three-timer.
These conditions clearly suited Nye Bevan at Plumpton and he looks the main danger though a market move for Flat winner Highland Sky on his handicap debut would put a different complexion on things.
The combination of wind surgery and a drop in trip could feasibly bring out the best in a well handicapped ACDC. Chris Grant’s gelding rates as the selection here in a competitive field.
In an interesting race WEMYSS POINT, who has been in action on the all-weather, is selected to take advantage of his good mark on his first run over hurdles for 23 months. The promising mare Clondaw Caitlin is his main danger.
In a race that doesn’t make much appeal ASCOT DE BRUYERE is taken to bounce back after a poor run last time. Buck Dancing could prove his biggest threat.
In what looks a tricky event it could be worth taking a chance with LASKADINE, who was a good fourth in a better race last time. Burrows Diamond may prove her main threat.
In a low-grade event it could pay to take a chance on the veteran WIND OF HOPE, who is on a good mark at present. Although there is a question mark about his stamina, Sincerely Resdev should also go well.
Luca Brasi’s Boy will be a tough nut to crack in this modest finale if able to match the form of his Catterick second two starts ago, but the suggestion is TEKIBLUE DE L’ORME. He didn’t run badly before getting tired on soft ground last time and ought to be capable of better now back on a less testing surface. Handicap debutante Atomic Angel has shown some glimmers of promise in novice company and is next on the list.
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