I’m taking on the favourite from the ITV opener and siding using SUN POWER (best cost 7-2). It’s still hard to fathom how Sun Power lost last time the two-year-old appeared to pull away from the field but Al Dabaran charged straight towards the line. He beat some fairly decent horses in that race including Oh Purple Reign who has gone on to evaluate. The rain overnight should not be too much concern.
GROWL (best price 10-1) was rated 114 not long ago and now has dropped all the way down to 89. There are reasons behind the fall from grace, but the seven-year-old has revealed there is something left from the tank by finishing in the top five on three occasions this year. Against this competition it would be stupid to not back Growl at the double figure cost.
ROYAL PROSPECT (best price 12-1) narrowly defeat the gifted Muscika last time out, a horse that has beaten lots in this field before. Muscika has since gone on to finish second in two pretty decent races because. Royal Prospect has not yet been tested on appropriate soft earth, but did win in softer states back in June.
DURSTON??(best cost 13-2) is a large price and has the capability to beat this small area. There is no doubts Morando’s a good horse, especially after than win at Chester sooner in the year. But, Durston just keeps on enhancing and also ran a cracker to lose narrowly to Sir Ron Priestley last time out.
This seems a very tricky race little between nearly all the area. The only one which stands out for me personally is REVOLUTIONISE (best cost 10-1). The three-year-old was fairly disappointing out last time at this particular track, once he finished in a good field. However, that was in far better company and following an extremely awkward beginning. I will give him a second go.
RIPP ORF (best price 7-2) was operating in much better races in this way, and I am surprised the five-year-old isn’t shorter. He has gained off a higher mark than that, and ran a nice race to finish fourth at Ascot last time out. The horse of david Elsworth is going to have no concerns with any rain.
Both Muscika and also Belated Breath look cracking each-way stakes with six places available. BELATED BREATH (best cost 14-1) has placed four times this season , all of which have come on earth with no cut in it. The only real time that the four-year-old has just had a little juice from the ground she blew off the area, albeit it turned into a very weak field. This one’s a small gamble, but well worth chancing given how persistent she is.
MUSCIKA (best cost 14-1) is another very dependable horse that has finished second four from the past five races. The five-year-old has only been narrowly beaten in those races by horses. Last time out he dropped to Lahore and also the time before to Dakota Gold. David O’Meara’s horse is still somebody who will delight in the rain immediately.
I’m financing HEY GAMAN (best price 4-1) to reverse the shape Sir Dancealot, after finishing second to the David Elsworth horse in Goodwood. The four-year-old won two earlier in the calendar year, but was runner-up about the two rides because. If there’s more rain than anticipated then it may bring more horses into the race including Donjuan Triumphant.
WIN DOUBLE: Sun Power & Ripp Orf @ 19/1
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