HAYDOCK RACES – TWO FOR YOU

Haydock Races – Two For You! With Christmas just around the corner, we are sharing two of our picks with anyone who wants them. Good luck if you are betting today. 

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HAYDOCK RACES - TWO FOR YOU

HAYDOCK RACES – TWO FOR YOU

2:37 LOOKAWAY 5/2

Despite being unfancied (18/1) in the betting market, classy flat horse NAMEAN LION won on his hurdling debut. Kerry Lee’s 5-year-old could do no more than win easily, and he should improve for the experience. On the downside, the son of GOLDEN HORN is penalised and he’s giving 5 pounds to the other principals.

Based on his solid bumper form, HULLNBACK was heavily supported to win on his hurdling debut. The 5-year-old chased home PIKAR in what looked like a good race, and he should come on for the experience.

However, if we go back to last season’s Aintree bumper, Fergal O’Brien’s gelding finished two lengths behind LOOKAWAY.

Neil King’s 5-year-old was introduced to hurdles at Warwick, but he could only finish an 18L third to GINNY’S DESTINY. Nevertheless, while the son of ASK ran below par that day, he did have excuses.

For the record, he ran freely and didn’t get home! One thing is certain, the selection will have learned a lot and he will strip fitter. Moreover, dropping back in distance should help his cause. 

HAYDOCK RACES – TWO FOR YOU

3:07 SAINT XAVIER 9/2

Despite this being a veteran’s race, most of these runners have been well looked after. In fact, the race is a good standard race and I for one will be looking forward to post time!

UP HELLY KING will appreciate getting back on easy ground, albeit Neil Alexander’s 11-year-old is on a high enough handicap mark.

If we go back to last season, Venetia William’s 10-year-old CHAMBARD improved race for race. Lucy Turner rode the son of GRIS DE GRIS to 5 wins as he progressed 31 pounds. On the downside, he’s starting the new campaign on a career-high mark.

William’s other runner is COO STAR SIVOLA, and he’s returning from 595 days off the track. Furthermore, the 10-year-old will be debuting for Venetia.

Meanwhile, we should take Lilly Pinchin’s mount SAINT XAVIER. Richard Hobson’s gelding ran better last time out. Also, he’s 29 pounds lower than his peak handicap mark, and the soft ground will help his cause. From a low weight, this fella should add another win to his CV.