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SANDOWN 12:50 TOP OF THE BILL 9/2

TOP OF THE BILL as a lot going for him! The lightly raced 6-year-old ran his best races fresh, thus returning from 7 months isn’t an issue. The selection is proven on the ground, and his stable started to find top form. The distance isn’t an issue, and a mark of 110 is a gift!

SANDOWN 1:25 GIT MAKER 2/1

MUMBO JUMBO should do better for fences, but I’m with GIT MAKER. The selection was withdrawn from his intended debut because of the ground. After watching that Newbury race, I thought he missed an opportunity. Nevertheless, the 6-year-old must have a big chance here, especially since the soft ground will suit them even more. 

SANDOWN 2:00 BOLD REACTION 11/4

On his hurdling debut, French import MATTERHORN finished 3rd to the highly rated PARADISO. However, the 2nd & 4th in that Auteuil race added a reality check to the level of form. Furthermore, he was 18/1 for that day, and 564 days off the track suggest he had problems. To cut a long story short, the 4-year-old is in good hands (Paul Nicholls) but these odds feel wrong.

I’m not at all convinced that COLONEL HARRY needs this drop back in distance. In fact, he didn’t get home at Uttoxeter because he raced freely, so the key is settling better.

I’m with the Nicky Henderson-trained BOLD REACTION. The 5-year-old won a point-to-point and bumper race, and he’s certainly bred for testing ground. With the potential of better to come, I’m fine with these odds.

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SANDOWN 2:35 DOES HE KNOW 100/30

Paul Nicholls had 19 winners from his last 50 runners, and his PIC D’ORHY is the pick of these weights. However, while the 7-year-old won on his seasonal debut, he needs to prove himself over three miles.

If anything, FANTASTIKAS would be even better over further. Nevertheless, he’s receiving 6 pounds, and he should be thereabouts.

As for the selection, it’s got to be DOES HE KNOW. Kim Bailey has his string in excellent form, and he wasn’t to blame for falling last time out at Kelso. As the winner of the 6/14 races, the 7-year-old doesn’t need to prove his willingness. Finally, conditions will be fine, and he can still improve over fences. 

FFOS LAS 2:15 POLDARK CROSS 7/2

While he’s joined a yard that I like (Richard Bandey), the French form of ICAQUE DE L’ISLE isn’t worth much. In fact, he was only rated 56 and that doesn’t equate to 112 in the UK.

POLDARK CROSS will appreciate the soft ground and a tumbling handicap mark. As the wide-margin winner of a point-to-point, he should have more to give, and I prefer him to DENTLEY DE MEE.

Consequently, he’s less exposed than the favorite, and Venetia Williams’s runner doesn’t have the best win record.

FFOS LAS 3:50 BRULURE NOIRE 11/2

The two at the head of the betting are softies! In the case of FOLLY GATE he’s 0/17, and he comes into this having ‘’bottled it’’ over CD. On that occasion, he was ridden by an amateur who claimed 7 pounds and he won’t have that benefit today. Also, Jane Williams’s runner was raised another 2 pounds, so David Noonan will have his work cut out!

DOYANNIE is returning from a break, and she’s with a new stable. Since last running, she’s had wind surgery, and she will be fitted with a tongue strap. While I respect Rex Dingle’s mount, her 0/13 is a concern.

Richard Bandey isn’t wasting any time in switching BRULURE NOIRE to fences. The 5-year-old won one of his races, and that was on heavy ground.  Lastly, a mark of 105 is more than reasonable, especially since he should improve for switching spheres.