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CLEAR RACING PICK AT ASCOT & GREAT ODDS!
ASCOT 12:45 IMMORTAL FLAME 13/2
ROGER POL won 3 of his 6 races, including back-to-back bumpers. Jamie Snowden’s gelding won on his 2nd attempt over hurdles, and an opening handicap mark of 114 isn’t a deal breaker.
Nevertheless, while the 5-year-old is bred to get this longer distance, he will need to settle better than he did at Fakenham. Furthermore, the son of SHANTOU is switching from a gaff track to racing at Ascot, and this is a more competitive race. Lastly, his conditional jockey William Featherstone is no Gavin Sheehan, and the pairing is likely to be too green!
As for MAGIC SEVEN, he started the season by landing short odds to win a maiden and Novice hurdle. On the face of it, Jonjo O’Neill’s 5-year-old is on a high enough handicap mark. With that said, his trainer would have been holding something back and he should have been competitive.
While REBEL INTENTIONS is running well, I’m under the impression he’s fully exposed. Moreover, he’s been raised another two pounds for finishing 3rd at the last meeting here. His 7-pound claiming jockey is being replaced by Joe Anderson, meaning no claim today. To cut a long story short, Emma Lavelle’s 6-year-old is on my ‘’lay’’ list!
One that is certainly capable of better is DELGANY BOBBY BLUE. The son of BLUE BRESIL is going to be better suited by this longer distance, and the testing conditions won’t be an issue. However, if I was the gelding’s owner, I would be disgusted by the handicapper’s assessment. With all due respect, based on his form to date he doesn’t get anywhere near a mark of 110.
The one to be on is IMMORTAL FLAME! The Tom Lacey-trained gelding might be more exposed, but he’s still favorably handicapped. The 7-year-old is best suited by this distance, and underfoot conditions should be fine. With that said, the ‘’selling point’’ is his jockey’s 8 pound claim. For the record, Cameron Iles is 2 from 2 over the past fortnight, and both of those wins were provided by today’s trainer!
In summary, I consider these odds to be of ‘’high value’’. After all, he’s proven himself at this level, and with his jockey’s claim, he’s only set to carry 10-1. Racing close to the pace removes the worry of hindrance, and he’s well-equipped to handle the track.
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