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WETHERBY BETTING WONDER 

WETHERBY BETTING WONDER 

1:05 HIDOR DE BERSY 4/1

Following his recent return from 202 days off the track, we can expect RITSON to strip fitter. Nevertheless, he was only 5th of 6 that day, and the fact is he’s still a 15-race maiden! While the 7-year-old put in a safe round of jumping at Hexham, these fences at Wetherby are more difficult. In short, I’m not convinced that the son of JEREMY is a natural jumper.

MONGOL EMPEROR finished last of seven on his return from a 199-day absence. Tom Scudamore’s mount is capable of better, it’s just that I would want to see improvement before betting on him.

PARLIAMENT HILL started his racing career on the flat before going on to win 2 of his 4 hurdles. Olly Murphy was quick to switch the 4-year-old to fences, but he failed to shine on his recent chasing debut at Fontwell. On that note, he can’t use that undulating course as an excuse as both his wins came on such. The son of SIR PERCY does have the weight-for-age allowance, but it didn’t help him on his debut!

One I would normally be interested in is ESCAPEANDINVADE. After all, he’s making a quick switch to fences, and he won one of his point-to-points. However, despite Brian Hughes being in the saddle, the runners from James Ewart’s stable have been needing a run.

At double the odds HIDOR DE BERSY interests me the most! Tom Symond has his string in excellent form, and he’s not wasting any time in switching this 5-year-old to fences. Furthermore, he’s getting in on what I deem to be a low handicap mark, and ground conditions will be spot on. Finally, he’s the one I would see as a natural two-miler, whereas the others will need further.