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Thursday 7th November – GENTLEMAN DUKE – won @ 9/2
Wednesday 6th November – Alechi Inois – won @ 11/8 > 11/10
We said: “We have only seen the gelding on one occasion and he managed a win at Kilbeggan back in May. Willie Mullins’ charge should be in good shape for the new campaign and if he puts in a similar display here, he might just have too much for the rest of the field. Ruby Walsh is the man doing the steering as well, so the horse has a great chance of winning. Looks to be the best bet for a win right now.”
Wednesday 6th November – Caesars Gift – 3rd @ 16/1
We said: “This two-year-old will run on turf for the first time, but after an impressive third place finish in the all-weather at Kempton at the end of last month, we think he can put in a decent performance here. The gelding was only a length behind the winner on his last outing and although this is going to be a tough encounter, he might just be able to spring a surprise here.”
Tuesday 5th November – Pennine Warrior – won @ 11/8 > 4/5
We said: ”Didn’t put in his best performance when finishing back in fifth at Ayr last time out, but might improve as he returns to five furlongs today. In truth, this race doesn’t look to be the strongest and if the two-year-old is at his best, he shouldn’t have any problems in taking this one. Should enjoy the ground and right now, this colt looks the best bet for the win today.”
Tuesday 5th November – Storm Alert – 3rd @ 8/1
We said: “This six-year-old was last seen back in March and he managed to come second over course and distance, so could produce something similar here. The Good to Soft Ground will suit this horse as it’s where he has been a winner in the past and when you consider he has finished in the places in each of his last six runs, he does look to be a good each-way bet. This is a strong race, but Storm Alert is very good value.”
Saturday 2nd November – CLOUDY BOB – 3rd @ 10/1
Returned to some form when finishing third at Cheptstow over this distance when out at 20/1 a few weeks ago and we think the grey can improve on that today. Seems to suit running over this distance and the ground shouldn’t be a problem for the six-year-old today. Has managed to finish in the places in 10 of his 18 runs and certainly looks to be decent EW value today.
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