Last week I highlighted Willie Mullins as a trainer warming up nicely and Willie did not let me down turning in seven winners including Total Recall in Ladbroke Trophy at Newbury. The winners show no sign of stopping.
Three more trainers are highlighted this week. It may be prudent to follow the entries to help finding winners of these trainers.
Warren Greatrex announced in July that Richard Johnson would be riding his horses as first choice when available. This appointment has been reaping dividends over the last few weeks and shows no sign of letting up. Four of Johnson’s last six rides for the stable have won including the useful Le Bague Au Roi who seems destined for better things. The Greatrex horses are running at a better than normal percentage at this time of the year than usual. In the coming week Warren hopes that Aloomomo, Mahlervous and The Butcher Said can all do the business. However I think it prudent to look at all entries made by the yard and work out where they are actual running together with their winning option. Keep Warren in mind.
Jim Goldie is another shrewd trainer who knows the time of day. Jim has had four winners at Newcastle in November and he does seem to have his winning days there in the Winter months. Jim has a number of entries at Newcastle in the coming week and we need to note who he is sending. At the time of writing he has three entries in one race on Wednesday they are Insurplus, Tommy G and Thello… note who Jim selects to represent him. Fintry Flyer and Lotara could both run in a six furlong handicap. Jim has many of his horses well handicapped and is a canny trainer who must be considered with the odd hurdler or two plus his runners on the all weather especially at Newcastle.
James Ewart had four winners and eight placed horses from 23 runners in November. He has his small yard in good form. Aristo Du Plessis has been the stable star in recent seasons winning six of his seven starts between February 2015 and January 2016. The handicapper had the measure of the horse at a 145 rating. The horse had fallen in the ratings and won at Wetherby last month and with a 133 rating he is capable of winning again… look for him. The nine year old Un Guet Apens could prove a good winner for the yard if able to overcome training issues behind him. The horse should be one to follow after winning at Carlisle last month. In all James Ewart should be looked at very carefully.
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