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MAKE THE BOOKIES CRY
NEWBURY 1:50 LORD OF BISCAY 4/1
STRIKING STAR was a comfortable winner of his debut on soft ground. The son of Dubawi is worth his chance in group 3, but I’m not convinced he’s done enough to be the favourite.
While it took a while for the penny to drop, GREY’S MONUMENT improved drastically to win his last two races with ease. He should run well and be placed!
However, for the winner, I’m with LORD OF BISCAY. I was taken by the way he won on his debut, and this son of LOPE DE VEGA can only get better for the experience.
MAKE THE BOOKIES CRY
KELSO 2:48 DOES HE KNOW 11/2
SOUNDS RUSSIAN improved for switching to fences. In fact, he was rated just 111 over hurdles, and following 5 runs he’s a 150-rated chaser. Furthermore, from what we have seen of Ruth Jefferson’s 7-year-old, he’s got the scope to improve further.
However, the favourite doesn’t have any record of winning fresh, and his stable hasn’t had many runners this season. In short, returning from a 203-day absence will count against him.
While he’s been winning in lower-graded races, CASTLE ROBIN is a likeable type. Charlie Longsdon has his stable in good form, and this fella won on his seasonal debut last year.
Nevertheless, Paul O’Brien’s mount is carrying a pound more than his official rating, and he’s on a career-high handicap mark. Lastly, the joint favourite would prefer softer ground than he will encounter here.
The one that stands out is DOES HE KNOW, and now for the reasons why Kim Bailey’s gelding is the selection.
First and foremost, the 7-year-old has a fantastic record fresh. The ground, distance and track are all positives, and a mark of 152 is within the realms of reality.
Finally, he’s being offered at a working man’s price, and he would have been well prepared for this nice prize.