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PERTH 3:15 KAKAMORA 9/2
BRIDGE NORTH should run his race. Henry Daly has his string in good form, and a three-pound rise for winning at Newbury is fair. The track shouldn’t be an issue and Tom O’Brien’s mount will appreciate the easy ground. However, the son of SHOLOKHOV is yet to win back-to-back races, and odds of 9/4 are unappealing.
As for HERE COMES THE MAN, he’s lightly raced and capable of better. Following a 157-day break, Rose Dobbin’s 8-year-old landed a Newcastle event by 6.5L. On that occasion, the gelding traveled strongly on the heavy ground and won with a bit to spare.
On the downside, Danny McMenamin’s mount won’t have his conditions today, and he’s been put up 8 pounds for winning. Lastly, he’s the type to do better on a more galloping track, and Perth doesn’t fit into that category.
Dobbin’s other runner CAPTAIN QUINT needs to jump better, and he’s easily opposable!
READYSTEADYBEAU represents the in-form stable of Lucinda Russell, and he will be helped by the 5-pound claim of Patrick Wedge. Nevertheless, he’s yet to prove himself with a mark of 112, and he too would prefer easier ground.
It’s got to be the well-treated KAKAMORA. Despite a five-pound penalty, the Tom George trained 8-year-old is still 13 pounds below his hurdles rating.
The son of GREAT PRETENDER is best on a right-handed track, and one of his wins was at Perth. The ground will suit him more than most, and Brian Hughes is a positive jockey booking!!