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DONCASTER 1:50 ALA KAIFA 9/2 (WON)
I’m against the bookmaker’s favorite AYYAB for a number of reasons. First and foremost, I’m not convinced that he needs this extra two furlongs. After all, he’s bred for 7-8F, and the soft ground will put an emphasis on stamina. The other issues include a biggish weight (9-11) and the need to settle better.
Nevertheless, Tom Marquand prefers the favorite to KHANGAI. On that note, Mark Rimell’s 3-year-old is running well enough to be considered for a place. Graham Lee’s mount is wearing first-time cheekpieces, and conditions will suit the son of TWIGHLIGHT SON. The other positive with the gelding is he might get a soft lead, but with that said he’s beatable.
Following two poor runs, RICHARD P SMITH bounced back to form to finish 3/9 at Kempton. Interestingly, his last win came under today’s jockey Saffie Osborne, and the in-form rider is sure to give him every assistance. Since the ground is immaterial to his chance, my main reason for taking on the 4-year-old is a welter burden of 10-2.
As for the bet, it’s got to be ALA KAIFA. While the MONDIALISTE son is yet to win in five attempts, he’s run to a good level. Furthermore, he’s the type of colt who needs to be saved for a late spurt, and that will be easier in this 10-runner field.
Meanwhile, the Ismail Mohammed trained three-year-old is on a nice handicap mark. Incidentally, both of his parents handled soft ground, and so should he. And, while Kieran Shoemark hasn’t been riding many winners, when given the chance he’s a capable jockey.