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AINTREE BETTING PICK FOR YOU
1:30 SOUNDS RUSSIAN 5/1
On his seasonal debut, AHOY SENOR was disappointing. Nevertheless, Lucinda Russell’s 7-year-old is a talented individual, and he’s 2 from 2 at the track. While a good case can be made for the favourite, odds of around 6/4 are the deal breaker.
CHANTRY HOUSE won 9 of his 13 races, and one of those wins was last year’s Betway Grade 1 Mildmay Chase. However, in two of his next three races, the JP McManus-owned 8-year-old pulled up. The other issue with James Bowen’s mount is he’s giving weight to the others. Consequently, the Nicky Henderson-trained gelding comes out worst on adjusted ratings.
Last year’s Grand National winner NOBLE YEATS is over from Ireland. While the Emmet Mullins trained 7-year-old pulled up on his return, he won the next time out! All the same, I can’t imagine James Bowen’s mount winning this Grade 2!
DASHEL DRASHER won 11 of his 22 races, and he’s 4 from 10 over fences. However, he’s never raced over this distance, and the 9-year-old is the most exposed runner in the field. When last seen in Aintree, SAM BEAR won a 14-runner handicap by 15L.
On his recent return, the lightly raced 10-year-old was a close 3rd in the Charlie Hall. In short, I would expect him to be thereabouts, albeit I’m not keen on his jockey.
SOUNDS RUSSIAN returned from a 203-day break to win a valuable handicap. Ruth Jefferson’s 7-year-old only raced 9 times, and he won 4 of his 6 chase races! The way he did the job at Kelso was impressive, and he’s still progressing. I believe this track will suit him better again, and I won’t be hesitating to bet on Callum Bewley’s mount.