Three trainers who are showing signs of producing winners galore over the next couple of weeks are attracting my attention. Tony Carroll, Alan KIng and Caroline Bailey are all very capable trainers in their own rights at producing winners so I think it folly to ignore them.
Tony Carroll as horses on the level and over jumps. His team seem in form and building up to a good spell which we need to take notice of. Recent victories for Oeil De Tigre and River Dart plus some good placed efforts encourage me to think this team are to be carefully watched. River Rule has an entry at Brighton after being placed there recently. Falcon Cliffs are Wedgewood Wonder plus Wiley Post attracted my eye when going through Tony Carroll’s entries for the coming week. Could I suggest that you look at how many entries a trainer has for a horse and watch where he places that horse hopefully in will give clues to the horses potential to win. Ignore Tony Carroll and it could prove expensive. I back every horse to small stakes when Tony runs them in a seller or a class7 race.
Alan King is running more on the flat than ever before but we know him mainly as a jumps trainer. Alan has career bests recently for two horses on the flat and they are Berlinger and Outofthequestion the first named, Beringer, looks one to follow as his stamina gets drawn out. A lot of Alan’s entries over the next week are over jumps but he does have two entries which it could be prudent to follow them Giveaway Glance and Parmenter who look ready to win. Watch Alan’s entries and runner for both codes as he is in good form.
Caroline Bailey had her last winner at the end of April when Malapie won at Towcester but that’s not to say she is out of form as most of her horses have been running credibly. McCabe Creek ran a personal best and is one to look for. Caroline has a small yard but I think she will be in the winners enclosure a few times in the next week or so. Note that Warriors Prince and The Captain could be one’s to step forward. Take note of the horses from this yard and it could pay dividends.
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