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For the record, there are 16 fences to jump in this 2M5F Handicap chase. While this figure of eight course doesn’t have many fallers, the undulations make it tricky.
While this isn’t the strongest race, BOLSOVER BILL appears to be in the grip of the handicapper. As a matter of fact, the 6-year-olds highest winning mark was 92 and he’s carrying 101 today!
The lightly raced HECTOR JAGUEN represents local trainer Gary Moore. Since he’s only had one try over fences, he should be capable of better. Nevertheless, based on the aforementioned factors, his odds of around 5/2 don’t appeal.
Some of the Joe Tizzard runners are beginning to show improved form, and the trainers FURKASH did better last time out. While he’s been put up two pounds for that effort, the 8-year-old is still 21 pounds lower than his peak rating! While he’s a course winner, that was over hurdles. To cut a long story short, the son of AL NAMIX should run his race but not win.
Following a hurdle win last time out, Fiona Shaw decided it was time to send SURE LISTEN chasing. Nevertheless, he’s inexperienced and racing against more experienced opponents.
The Sue Gardner-trained LIGHTONTHEWING is our best alternative. Despite bad ground, the 8-year-old won a 13-horse race at Exeter. The ride of James Best is receiving weight from the principals, and he comes out top on my ratings!