MARKET RASEN: CHASING DEBUTANT SET TO WIN

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MARKET RASEN: CHASING DEBUTANT SET TO WIN

MARKET RASEN: CHASING DEBUTANT SET TO WIN

3:28 SLEEPING SATELLITE 100/30

GOD’S OWN GETAWAY represents the in-form Skelton team! The 6-year-old won on his chasing debut at Southwell, and he followed up with an even better 2nd of 7 at Warwick when chasing home TRAPISTA. 

If we go back three races, the son of GETAWAY ran a fair 3rd/14 to KING OF THE ROAD at this track. While that race was over hurdles, it demonstrates his ability to handle the undulations of Market Rasen. The gelding is well-suited to the ground and distance, with the only drawback being a further 3-pound increase in the ratings.

TEXARD has won 9 of his 34 races and he’s now 15 pounds lower than his peak rating. The 9-year-old favours fast ground, and he has a proven track record here. However, the Philip Armson gelding was disappointing in his last race, and he’s not performing at his peak level.

If you had bet on all of Evan Williams’ runners at the starting price to a level stake, you would have a 25% loss on each point staked. In this race, the Vale of Glamorgan trainer has booked Adam Wedge to ride THE GYPSY DAVEY. This 6-year-old is switching to fences after just two hurdle runs, both of which he won. While the increase in distance won’t be an issue, he’s on a high handicap mark, and the faster ground might work against him

The betting odds of around 12/1 feel right for L J Morgan trained FRIARY ROCK. The 9-year-old won 5 of his 38 races, of which he’s 4/17 over fences. Nevertheless, despite his peak rating being 126, he is not performing at that level anymore, and his current rating of 103 is still somewhat high.

My idea of the winner is SLEEPING SATELLITE. This 6-year-old, trained by Donald McCain, is a winning point-to-pointer and should perform better now that he’s switching to fences. Although he hasn’t been in the same form as when he won his first two races, he is lightly raced and comes from a stable in good form. The booking of former Champion jockey Brian Hughes is another positive, and I like the prospect of this race being at 2 miles 3 furlongs.

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