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1:15 MAYHEM MYA 5/1
According to his last run, FREDDY ROBINSON is well-treated. However, I’m not buying into that form with the reasoning being it was a messy race and the principals were overvalued.
For the record, if we go back 4-races, Brian Ellison’s gelding was beaten in a flat seller! Also, his best form is at Musselburgh, a course where trainers are known to take suspect stayers. As a miler from the flat, the four-year-old will have his stamina tested in this stronger run race. Lastly, Sandown is a tough track, and he’s offered at uninteresting odds in the betting market.
As for JILAIJONE, he’s lightly raced and relatively consistent. Nevertheless, despite finishing a fair 2nd to HALF DOZEN last time out, David Pipe’s runner was raised three pounds for the effort. Since the form of that race hasn’t worked out, I would argue that he’s badly handicapped.
To tell the truth, I wouldn’t trust GINGERBRED to progress. While he won last time out, it is likely to be a one-off!
Meanwhile, Paul Nicholls will be hoping for better from his 5-year-old BEAU BALKO. While this fella won two of his first three races, his most recent effort at Taunton was poor.
The one I like most is Chris Honour trained MAYHEM MYA. To begin with, the 6-year-old mare ran an encouraging race at Fakenham. If anything, this track and drop in distance should suit her better again.
Having won two bumpers, the AUTHORIZED daughter showed a good level of form. With this in mind, she’s capable of better than a mark of 115. Finally, Finn Lambert is a good booking, and this race should be run to suit!