At this time of year we are blessed with some big racing festivals in Cheltenham, Aintree and Punchestown. Newmarket follows on etc etc etc but in between these festivals we get our day to day racing and the trainers I am writing about this week are capable of winners throughout the next few weeks.
Peter Bowen has won some big prizes in April in years gone by and he could be a man to look out for in the next few weeks. Peter landed the Bet365 Gold Cup last season with Henllan Harri and Ron’s Dream winning a good race over the weekend. The Scottish National was won at this time of year by Al Co for Peters yard in 2014. Henri Parry Morgan and Minella Daddy are both entered in the Grand National on Saturday but Peter thinks they are too far down the list to have a realistic chance of running. Peter has several entries in the Topham Chase on Friday of the Aintree meeting including Henri Parry Morgan… before Aintree look for Peters novice hurdler Lord Napier who has won his last two races but must be backed to land the hat trick from quite a few entries in the coming days. Cruising Bye has rejoined Peter who won twice with him and could follow previous wins with a race at Hexham should he run. Anyway keep your eyes open for Peter Bowen’s entries and his runners.
Our next trainer is Daniel Loughnane who has been in his new purpose built yard near Kidderminster, Worcestershire for about a year now. Daniel has made a good start to 2018 with ten winners on the all weather including one in France since the start of January. The star horse has been Dark Alliance who has won four races since January. Daniel has some decent chances coming up with a number of entries in the coming days. Lord Murphy has had some near misses but could come good looking at his entries and Joys Delight has several entries and could go in. Dream Magic is another to watch carefully from Daniels yard.
Kachy has been one of the top sprinters on the all weather for Tom Dascombe and the horse finished second on Championship Day at Lingfield All Weather Day. Tom has his string in fine fettle with signs of plenty winners to come. Calder Prince was impressive handicap winner at Wolverhampton last Thursday and could go in again under a penalty. Doctor Sardonicus could be a very interesting runner for Tom on his first run for the yard after joining from David Simcock with whom he won twice at Chelmsford. What’s also interesting is regular rider Martin Harley keeps the ride on Doctor Sardonicus….obviously the owner gets his way… and why not as he pays the bills. Admiral Spice could be one to look for from this yard. Watch Toms entries and runners.
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