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STRATFORD 4:50 BAGHEERA GINGE 9/4
DREAMWAVER was good (83) on the flat. In fact, when trained by Ed Walker, he won 5/24 races in that sphere. However, since switching to Dr Richard Newland, he’s twice disappointed over hurdles. At Southwell, the 6-year-old could only finish 4th of 8, and since then he was beaten at odds of 4/9.
Suffice to say, if connections thought he was well handicapped (101) they would take that route. The last thing I would like to say about the son of MASTERCRAFTSMAN, is he’s going to need further than today’s distance.
Moreover, that is especially the case on a sharp track like Stratford. The early money is for Dan Skelton’s 5-year-old VICTORY CLUB. Before joining his current stable, the son of SOLDIER OF FORTUNE won an Irish point-to-point.
Subsequently, 5-pound claiming amateur Jack Andrews rode him to win a national hunt flat race. Most recently, he was beaten at odds of 1/2 in a Market Rasen bumper under today’s jockey Harry Skelton. While he’s one to consider on his hurdling debut, he too is likely to need further than this distance.
The Nigel Twiston-Davies charge BAGHEERA GINGE is the one for me! For the most part, he left a good impression in two hurdle races. The 4-year-old is bred for this game, and he should improve from his recent close 2nd at Uttoxeter.
While the trainer’s son is riding DREAMWAVER, we don’t believe that he had the choice. In any case, Tom Bellamy is the right jockey for this 105-rated individual, and he’s a confident bet.