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2:38 OUR BROTHER JOHN 100/30

HE’S A CRACKER gets in on a nice weight, and Isabelle Ryder is going to be taking an additional 10 pounds off his back. Nevertheless, the same jockey rode him to finish 2nd in his last race at Uttoxeter. And, on that occasion, her claim didn’t make much of a difference.

In fact, the pairing went off as the 11/8 favorites, and after traveling well into the race the 7-year-old didn’t find much. While the winner followed up next time out, the form is nothing special.

To cut a long story short, for a twelve-race maiden, Gary Brown’s gelding is short in the betting.

If we go back five weeks, CHAMP ROYAL won a Warwick hurdle by 1.25L from Kapitaliste. Subsequently, his 5-pound penalty was enough to stop him from following up at Bangor.

For the record, despite Joe Anderson claiming 5 pounds, the son of MASTERSTROKE was beaten 32L by SLATE LANE. For the most part, the 7-year-old is fully exposed over hurdles and I’m not expecting him to be a natural chaser. Indeed, I believe the Neil Mullholland-trained gelding was kept to hurdles for a good reason!


I am going to recommend making a good bet on OUR BROTHER JOHN. Lawney Hill is switching this winning point-to-point winner to fences after just two hurdle runs. The 6-year-old qualified for a mark over the smaller obstacles, and at a distance that would have been below his best.

Furthermore, Izzie Marshall will be claiming a valuable 7 pounds, and she’s the jockey who rode him to his point-to-point win!

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