HAYDOCK: WELL-TREATED HANDICAPPER READY TO WIN!

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HAYDOCK: WELL-TREATED HANDICAPPER READY TO WIN

HAYDOCK: WELL-TREATED HANDICAPPER READY TO WIN

4:45 FRESH 13/2

BILLYJOH was only just touched off in his last two races. The 4-year-old is 3 pounds higher today and without his normal claiming jockey. While the Michael Appleby grey gelding is entitled to go well, I can’t imagine him winning!

AL BAREZ won 5 of his ten races including the last two. Jack Mitchell is back on board today, and everything is in place for another good run. However, as with BILLYJOH, his higher handicap mark will be enough of a stopper. 

Recently gelded BATAL DUBAI does most of his racing on the all-weather, and this is a difficult re-entry to turf. 

As for those at bigger odds, TOUGH ENOUGH will need his seasonal debut. Meanwhile, GISBURN, ARAMIS GREY and BUCCABAY failed to fire in recent races. If I had to pick an interesting one at bigger odds, it’s the recent winner TINTO. The Michael Dods trained 8-year-old is battle-hardened and still on a fair mark.

Michael Wigham has his string in good form, but the trainer’s INTRINSIC BOND usually needs a race or two to put himself right. LIR SPECIALE represents a trainer (Stuart Williams) with a poor strike rate, and MUSTAJAAB needs to bounce back from a disappointing run!

While he was only 12th/16 last time out, FRESH was only beaten 4.5L. Furthermore, I thought Daniel Tudhope rode the 7-year-old into a heap of trouble, and with a clear run, he would have gone close.

The son of BATED BREATH is now racing from an 11-pound lower mark than his peak rating. And, while he’s done most of his winning at Ascot, this track shouldn’t pose a problem!

In summary, I noted FRESH after his last race, and I trust that Tudhope won’t make the same mistake twice. From such a favourable handicap mark, the gelding will go into today’s betting portfolio.

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