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WARWICK NICE PRICED WINNER? - DON’T MISS OUT

WARWICK NICE PRICED WINNER? – DON’T MISS OUT

2:40 GAME ON FOR GLORY 7/1 (9/1 Exchanges)

The lightly raced LAGONDA is from a stable in top (12/26) form. Venetia Williams tried her over fences in February, but she was returned to hurdling for her next two runs. On her final attempt over the smaller obstacles, the 8-year-old was able to land a Maiden Hurdle. If we cut to the chase, the daughter of GREAT PRETENDER is entitled to run well!!

As for KRAQUELINE, she won one of her 8 races under the rules. Incidentally, that tied in with last month’s chasing debut, in which she beat LEISSIERES EXPRESS by 3.5L. The two issues I have with Kerry Lee’s 6-year-old are the extra weight and the left-handed track. 

Meanwhile, 5-time winner MARSH WREN is another interesting recruit to chase. However, Stuart Edmund’s 7-year-old won four of her 8 hurdles, and it’s that success that could count against the Schiaparelli daughter. Indeed, in this competitive field, it won’t be easy with top weight!

MOVIDDY should be better served by the soft ground, and she’s entitled to improve for her chasing debut. Nevertheless, she will need to be quicker at her fences, and I would be worried about her at this track!!

While she’s not been over-raced, MALATIA does have a few more miles on the clock. In fact, she’s raced 13 times, and she was able to win two hurdles and a bumper. Again, she’s entitled to improve on her chase debut, but her current odds are about as appealing as an adventure holiday in Afghanistan.  

Now that she’s being switched to chasing, I’m expecting GAME ON FOR GLORY to come into her own. When last seen, Lucy Wadham’s mare was highly tried in a listed hurdle. Since that followed a long break, she’s entitled to strip fitter today.

The seven-year-old is more of a chasing type, and moving up in distance is a positive mood. First-time cheekpieces and soft ground are other ticks in the box, and the booking of Bryony Frost is notable!!  To cut a long story short, nice odds and a must-bet!