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Ambassador might not be one to trust in a tight finish and PEAKED TOO SOON should have it in him to make a race of it, at the very least. It looks a match.
A few of these have races in them off their current marks. RAGAMUFFIN has a more convincing record than any in recent months and it was just unfortunate that he never saw the winner coming when denied late on at Ffos Las last time.
Ofcourseiwill took a step back in the right direction when winning at Bangor and another one would make him a big danger off this mark on his old form. Seaborough and Hats Off To Larry are also considered, while it will be interesting to see how the betting goes for Rock On Tommy on his handicap debut.
This looks less competitive than the first division and KALINDA (NAP) is an obvious candidate for some further improvement after winning her handicap debut here. While she kept on well over that 2m 4f trip, she had travelled well enough within herself to think the return to shorter won’t be a problem.
Head High ran better than the bare result at Market Rasen recently and looks next best, with Two Blondes another possibility if fitting a hood does the trick.
Hugely competitive. Starsky won so well on his first start for Dan Skelton that a follow-up would be no surprise. Ask Henry and South Terrace are just two of the other in-form candidates, while Ballon Onabudget would be very interesting if returning to his 2020 form, which is possible.
However, preference is for ERNESTO who faces a significant step up in trip, but left a favourable impression with the way he won over 2m 4f here last time in only his second handicap as a hurdler.
As usual, this is competitive and very open. Landofsmiles and Talkischeap dominated the Perth Gold Cup and there’s good reason to believe that both will be bang there once again, but LOCK’S CORNER is of strong interest for the same connections who won the Midlands National here in March.
It was quite taking how he conceded lumps of weight to respected opposition at Stratford last time and, while that was a very different test over just 2m 1f, his stamina for 3m is not in doubt and he’s young enough to make a name for himself in the staying ranks. Solomon Grey is another to consider.
No standouts but plenty to consider in a competitive race. DANCINGWITH STORMS has returned from a lay-off in good form and is the pick ahead of Dollnamix and recent winners Bagan and Rapid Flight. Druim Samhraidh and Rebel Royal are two worth noting in the betting.
Statuario deserves to win a race, but he may have to settle for second again behind BALLYVIC BORU, who looked to be coming to the boil when third last time out. Bathiva won’t be far away if revitalised by a break and Goa Lil has each-way claims.
There’s every chance Dal Horrisgle will come good over hurdles at some point and the market can show whether that is likely to be today. His previous efforts in this discipline won’t be good enough though, and preference is for MISTER SWEETS after an encouraging hurdles debut last month. Inishbiggle is second choice.
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