DONCASTER BETTING OPPORTUNITY

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DONCASTER BETTING OPPORTUNITY

DONCASTER BETTING OPPORTUNITY

 1:45 NOCTE VOLATUS 5/1

Despite this field being reduced to 6-runners, this is one of the more interesting races. For the record, BUSTER VALENTINE is the non-runner, but it is still 3/1 on the field! 

MACKENBERG won 8 of his 16 races, and since switching to fences he’s 4 from 4. However, on this occasion, 3-pound claimer Theo Gillard is taking over the ride from Brian Hughes. While his allowance compensates for the gelding’s 3-pound rise, replacing the Champion jockey isn’t easy. Also, Donald McCain’s gelding is carrying top weight, and he’s racing against some tough rivals.

TOPOFTHECOTSWOLDS won 7/37 races and one of them was last time out. On that note, being up 4 pounds for that 10-length win is reasonable. Nevertheless, dropping back in distance is a worry because he’s a strong stayer. To make a long story short, I can’t imagine him having the speed to win at 2M3F on good ground.

BARTON KNOLL won this race for the past two years, and the first of those was from a mark of 129. The 10-year-old is weighted to go close again, it’s just that he comes into this on the back of a disappointing run.

THE MIGHTY ARC is lightly raced and open to improvement. Since last running, the 7-year-old had a wind operation. With his stable being in good form, Charlie Longsdon’s gelding should be competitive for a place.

THE KING OF MAY made a perfectly reasonable return to the track. All the same, I would place him nearer to last rather than first.

Meanwhile, I’m expecting more from NOCTE VOLATUS, and he’s my tip to take the main prize. Tom Lacey’s 7-year-old improved massively for fences, and only mishaps stopped him from progressing further. The selection is going to be wiser this year, and conditions are spot-on for his return race.