Urgent news,,, three in form trainers who we should be looking at outside the usual Mullins, Elliot, Henderson teams who we can never discount from all their strength in depth.
I try to pick out lesser yards who have to make the best of their horses by placing them in races they can win. Being able to place the right horse in the right race is a skill that usually comes with experience. Phillip Hobbs is a very experienced stalwart of horse racing who is very skilled at training horses and getting them ready and entered in races he thinks they can win. He has to keep his staff and owners happy. Phillip usually comes to form at this time of year and has been on a roll recently. Phillip has around 45 entries so far for the coming days but not all of those will run and some horses have multiple entries. Looking through the entries a few horses caught my eye including Midnight Glory, Ebony Gale, Keep Rolling and Raven Court. These four have chances but take note of Phillips entries and the actual runners. By that I mean he may have three horses entered in one race but declares only one of them to run… that might be astute placing but check out the form.
Ian Williams is a good trainer on the flat and over jumps. He has been in form on the flat recently and looks set to continue that trend on the all weather tracks in the coming days and weeks ahead. Ian has several horses catching my eye on looking at his entries for the coming week. Paddy A, Western Duke, Paddy The Chef and Lucky’s Dream all deserve a second glance if they are declared runners this week on the all weather tracks. Don’t forget the draw on the all weather is so very important. Go to drawbias.com and read their draw bias for each distance on all all weather tracks. Watch out for Ian Williams runners and give them the respect they deserve for an in form yard.
Jeremy Scott is in the best form of his racing trainer life for about five years based on his current performances. Jeremy has a small yard compared to the big-boys and has just several entries in the coming week but those entries are very interesting and if they actually are declared to run then those horses have to enter our calculations. Of the entries being made the eye-catching ones are Blue April, Kissesforkatie, Peloric and Colmers Hill. I am not sure how many from this yard will run but being as Jeremy is in such good form then give him the respect he has earned and pay serious consideration to all of his actual runners.
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