There are three trainers who have caught my attention looking at results and performances of their horses which I think we should all sit up and take notice of. I am not saying they will win with every horse they run but it would be folly not to give serious consideration to these trainers who are in such good form.
John Gosden has had his string in decent form throughout the summer but they have run to a very reasonable standard of performance too. The likes of Enable and Cracksman no doubt being the stables highlights. Gosden however is showing no signs of slowing down he has recently put out two years olds Military Law and Highgarden both winning well. John has plenty of entries this week before the official closure of the Turf season at Doncaster next Saturday. The trainer has eleven entries at Chelmsford on Thursday so it will be prudent to look carefully at those he actually let’s run. Seven of the entries are in the one mile novice race so it will be interesting to see who represents the yard. Elsaakb has multiple entries in the coming week and is one to look out for. John may also run Cashla Bay this week after a very disappointing run last time…she is better than that. So I advise you to give John Gosden horses consideration in the near future.
Paul Nicholls early season form shows no sign of stopping… yet again. So with some big prizes coming up in the near future Nicholls looks qualified to be taking some of those prizes. I don’t think Paul could be in any better form than at the moment and I know he has high hopes for Romain De Senam who is the current favourite for The Bet Victor Gold Cup having won at Chepstow and Stratford so far this season. Paul has plenty to keep him motivated in the meantime with horses like Politologue, San Benedeto and Top Of The Game all ready to make their seasonal debuts. At Newbury on Friday the exciting prospect If You Say Run could make her next appearance but she holds an entry at Ludlow on the same day so watch which race Paul decides to run her in as she looks a very useful prospect. Watch out for Paul’s horses in the coming weeks.
Graeme McPherson is our third trainer in this weeks article. Graeme had enjoyed his best season ever on 2016/2017 season and looks certain to step up on that this season. Last season Graeme’s prize money Hall was around £194,000 compared to his previous total of around £123,000. He is already well on the way to beating last seasons prize money and has eight wins on the board in fact by the end of next week he could have double figures with Rio Brava and Silva Samourai worthy of serious consideration. Graeme McPherson for a small yard trainer is producing good stats and is an upcoming trainer. Very capable with the horses he has. Worthy of the utmost respect.
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