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  1. Haddaf 16.05 Redcar (E.Way 16/1 Ladbrokes) Purchased for £110k in October, Haddaf has been a regular in Listed and Group sprint races over 5f and reached a rating of 101. Whilst not getting competitive for his new owner in his three races in 2019, they were either over 6f (unsuitable) or 5f with a bad draw (little chance). I am sure his trainer sprint specialist Robert Cowell will get the best from Haddaf as some stage rated just 87. One I shall follow.
  2. Zalmi Angel 15.10 Ripon (E.Way 20/1 Bet365) Dandy Nicholls will always be remembered for his sprinters. Trainer Adrian Nicholls is hoping to continue his father’s tradtion. This month he has run just 3 sprinters, their results were 2nd 7/4, 2nd 6/1 and 2nd 25/1. So I shall take a chance with his only runner at Ripon on Sunday, Zalmi Angel who returns to sprinting having had three runs over further.
  3. Lathom 14.45 Thirsk (Win 9/1 Bet365) Once rated 100, Lathom now races off just 70. Recently he was only beaten by Spirit of Wedza when well fancied at Hamilton. With trainer P Midgley in form he must have a chance.
  4. Gawdawpalin 15.20 Newbury (E.Way 28/1 PP) In 2017 Gawdawpalin was rated 96 and finished 5th in the £70k November handicap (class 2). A year off the track followed, returning in December 2018. In his four runs since he has not recaptured his previous form with his rating dropping to 74 and is now running in a class 5 race. He would win this easily if returning to anything near his old form.
  5. Mary Somerville 20.05 Newmarket (Win 8/1 Bet365) The step up in distance will definitely suit Mary being sired by Galileo. As a £800k yearling we have not seen the best of her with two seconds over 7f. With her trainer John Gosden in great form I am going for a win only.
  6. Hey Jonesy 15.00 York (E.Way 16/1 Bet365) Trainer Kevin Ryan won this race in 2012 and is looking for a repeat with three runners in this race. His “Hey Jonsey” has been running against some of the best sprinters in the land. As a two year old, he was favourite for the valuable £300k Goffs stakes over course and distance (third of 19 beaten less than one length). Last year as a three year old he ran in Group one races. The Commonwealth Cup at Royal Ascot (5th of 22) and the 6f Sprint Cup at Haydock (draw and heavy conditions did not suit). Now four (note the last three winners of this race have been aged four), he should be nearing maturity and his comeback second to the useful Dreams of Dreams will have put him spot on for this race.
  7. Norab 16.00 Chepstow (E.Way 25/1 PP) Off the track for 19 months Norab was only 7l behind Panatos at Chester. I can see Norab reversing that form with a 6lb swing in the weights and improved fitness. Regularly tried in better class races, Norab should flourish in this class 6 race. Sired by Galileo he will have no problems over the 2 mile trip
  8. Medici moon non runner Can I change to from the heart 3.45 Kempton Eway
  9. Medici Moon 13.50 Wolverhampton (Win 20/1 PP) He seems to like this course and distance with form figures 2nd of 10, 3rd of 12 and 1st of 12. Winning jockey Rob Hornby returns to the saddle.
  10. Munitions 14.55 Longchamp (E.Way 12/1 PP) Jockey M Barzalona will always be remembered for his early celebration on Pour Moi in the 2011 Derby. This year he and trainer A Fabre have already won 3 Group races together including a Group 3 with this horse. The only concern is the going described as heavy, but Munitions has won two races on good to soft.
  11. The Last Bridge 20.00 Warwick (Win 10/1 PP) It’s time for Richard Patrick to save my bacon. Not one winner in ten selections this month, this is harder than I thought. As I have said before the Warwick chase course is one of the most difficult courses in the country. Six of the horses have never experienced these fences before and another two have run over them just once so a line can be put through them all. The Last Bridge form figures over the chase course reads: 2,3,5,1,1,3 and 2 very impressive, he has to be the pick.
  12. Gang warfare 17.30 Ascot (E.Way 20/1 Bet365) Trainer Mrs A Dunn is in excellent form having had five wins and four places from her last 20 runners on the flat. A chance is taken with her Gang Warfare who is on the same mark as his last win.
  13. Molivaliente 17.30 Chelmsford (E.Way 8/1 PP) In only his second race as a two year old, Molivaliente finished third when the Lingfield 6f AW track record was broken. He was 7.25l behind the winner that day but Molivaliente was outpaced early, ran green midway through the race and was a country mile behind entering the straight. But, he was noted finishing the race with great purpose. With track records unlikely to be tested and an extra furlong, Molivaliente could surprise at a decent price.
  14. Kinks 16.35 Chester (E.Way 20/1 Bet365) Kinks went into my notebook when third in the “Weatherbys Super Sprint” at Newbury. He was highly tried subsequently in Group and listed races. Back handicapping and with two prep races under his belt, Kinks should get the cover he needs from his wide draw to come late and fast. “I'm hoping to see De Sousa at his very best.”
  15. Amiral Collonges 15.45 Fakenham (E.Way 16/1 Bet365) In any national you want a horse that has proven stamina; Amiral Collonges certainly has that having won this very race two years ago carrying 7lb more than the feather weight of just 10st 7lbs he carries this time. Performances since that win have been disappointing however, his trainer (James Evans) is now in red hot form with 8 winners from his last 36 runners.