I have been watching very carefully the performances of three trainers who it could pay to follow over the next week or two. The three of them are in good form as I write. It would seem to be folly to ignore them.
Nigel Twiston-Davies is performing well and saddled eleven winners in January including Torpillo who Nigel is aiming at the Triumph with. Nigel has plenty of entries this week but the trainer, like everyone else, is dependent on the weather. So we are talking of watching Nigel’s horses very carefully indeed. Watch the weather too. The coming weekend has Nigel’s horse Al Dancer as current favourite for the Betfair Hurdle at Newbury on Saturday a race in which the yard have done so very well with in past years.
Archie Watson enjoyed a good year in 2018 saddling 106 winners which was his best season to date with a 20 per cent strike rate. Archie has sent out seven winners so far in 2019. Archie has a good deal of entries in the coming days so you need to check entries and then see which entries run in the declarations. Horses of Archie’s that caught my eye were Silver Quartz, Kingi Compton and Rare but I don’t know, as yet, where they will run. Check for these three plus Archie’s other runners. Sometimes this trainer enters a horse in three or four races before deciding whether to declare them to run or not. Take this Archie Watson very seriously.
Our third trainer for this week is Henry Oliver. This is a small yard but they have sent out six winners in January pretty good for a small yard! Again Henry is dependent on the weather but has entries at Market Rasen and Sedgefield this week. Two horses who could run well from this yard are Hard To Forget and Sally Can’t Wait but where…if at all… unless the weather permits. Henry Oliver keep a check on his entries and runners.
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