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DONCASTER 1.00 TANMAWWY 4/1
ABLE KANE represents a stable in excellent form, and William Buick is a big jockey booking. Nevertheless, he’s never been able to win off such a high (92) handicap mark, and I would have preferred him with a claimer.
MUMS TIPPLE was only just touched off in his last race, but since then the handicapper added another two pounds. While the Richard Hannon 5-year-old was once rated a lofty 115, he’s not been able to reach that level for a while. My other issue with the son of FOOTSTEPSINTHESAND is the expected soft ground because he prefers it fast!
Since joining Michael Appleby, JUAN LES PINS won each of his three races. In fact, he left his last trainer with a win, and over the course of those 4 runs, he’s improved 22 pounds. However, despite bouncing back to his best, all good things come to an end. In short, the easier ground and a mark of 92 will make winning more difficult.
If BELLOSA is to progress, she will need to settle better. Hollie Doyle should at least give the 4-year-old a good ride, and she could place. ASJAD is best described as ‘’hit & miss’’, albeit he did win 4 of his 9 races.
We will have one eye on the James Horton runner, but for the winner, we won’t be looking beyond TANMAWWY. Following three below-par efforts, Jim Crowley rode the 4-year-old into the winner’s enclosure at Ffos Las.
While Charles Hills gelding only won that race by a neck, he did it more comfortably than the margin suggests. Furthermore, the third horse was 4L away, and that race had several in-form runners.
The son of INVINCIBLE SPIRIT has won on soft ground, and he’s lightly raced and open to improvement. Being drawn in stall 10 shouldn’t be an issue, and if anything the extra 100M should suit better again.