I have looked carefully at progress being made and this week I have unearthed three more trainers it could prove to consider next week or so. Look carefully at their entries and then see which horses they actually run from their declarations. For example one trainer has a horse entered for three races and normally one will be selected as their best option.
Our first trainer to take note of this week is Nicky Henderson who seems to have capitalised on the better ground during this first part of the season. As you would expect from current champion trainer Henderson has plenty of entries in the coming week so note them down and see what each horse has and where Nicky chooses to run them then make your mind up as to bet or not. Whatswrongwithyou has a couple of entries and looks like winning sooner than later. Henderson trains not far from Newbury and has around ten entries for this weeks meeting at that course… he rarely comes away without at least one winner! Dieu Benisse and Elusive Belle attracted my eye based on their performances to date. Nicky has several entries at Ludlow later in the week and again Ganache and Gallachers Cross attracted my early vision should they actually run. So Nicky is a man to keep on your side after all he is a master of this sport.
Richard Fahey has made a particularly good start to the year but has not had multiple runners like he does normally on turf. The all weather seems to attract selective entries from Richards yard. He is in great form so far this year. There are quite a number of all weather meetings this coming week and following Richard Fahey could be a profitable venture. I have a few of his string that I have chosen as likely candidates for the Winners Enclosure including Benjie, Ivory Charm and Grise Lightening. All three are entered this week and are showing signs of being able to win sooner than later. So keep Richard Fahey on your side this coming week.
Our third trainer to consider is Jeremy Scott who had a slow start to the season but is now in the form of his life having had 23 winners from a relatively small string of horses. Strike rate overall is seventeen per cent so after the slow start is taken into account that is pretty decent. Jeremy has quite a few entries and I like the look of four of them but I do not know if they will actually run… There lies the problem. Should Jeremy choose the races I like then I think all four could have a chance. They are Chance It, Garrane, Our Dots Baby and Native Robin. But you need to see the entries, then the declarations and access in your own mind whether you like the chance of the horse or not… if not then leave it.
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CLOUDY GLEN WON 10/11
LOUD AND CLEAR WON. 5/2
DIAMOND GAIT WON 13/8
THEOBALD WON 5/4
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