I have three trainers who prior to the very inclement weather have all been in top form. You may wish to do more reach on the three or just make your mind up after reading my article.
Rose Dobbin has her string in splendid form. As I write she has won 23 races so far this season which is more wins than any season in her training career. Lots of her horses are placed and running to their best form. Coole Hall, Attention Please and Final Fling have contributed three wins each. Attention Please is entered at Newcastle and shoulders a 7lb penalty but he could continue his progress with Ryan Day getting a good sequence going with the horse. Rose has an ex-Gordon Elliot horse in her yard named Boudry who was a useful bumper horse for Warren Greatrex before moving to Elliot. This switch to a smaller yard might be what Boudry needs and we expect him to come good for Rose plus he has a Newcastle entry this week.
Paul Nicholls had his horses in fine fettle before the bad weather having eight winners from his last eighteen runners. Paul is looking for entries in the ‘emergency bumper meetings’ to give horses like Tommy Silver and Peter The Mayo Man runs on course. Tommy Silver has Cheltenham entries so Paul wants a run on the level at one of the bumper meetings. Moabit is entered for Paul at Wincanton on Thursday and could go well with extra 6lbs to carry. Paul has his Festival runners all monitored and ready to run at the Cheltenham Festival so keep him on your side and consider his horses wherever they turn up in the near future.
Jamie Osborne is still in very good form having had three winners from seventeen runners in the last two weeks. It would be of no surprise if the yard didn’t add to their tally over the coming days with additional all weather meetings taking place. Kion and Alifax are two horses we should sit-up and take notice of if they run this coming week. Sea Ess Seas was heavily backed for the yard but didn’t win and it seems he could make amends soon as connections obviously rate him and want their money back. Miss The horses from this yard at your peril!
My own service High Roller Racing is in very good form and when selections have run in the last six days, at time of writing, the results speak for themselves.
27 February – GALA CELEBRATION – WON 5/4
28 February Meeting Abandoned
01 March – ZAMAN – WON 10/11
02 March Meeting Abandoned
03 March – BALLYVIC BORU – WON 8/11
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