There's no better way to end the week than backing a few winners at Henlow - live on RPGTV tonight - and our man Darrell Williams is chomping at the bit to find them!
"Liam Og has had a long losing run by his standards but he looks a firm bet to put that right over 460m tonight (20:30). The key is the return to a trap one draw where he holds figures of four from six over CD"
Liam Og has had a long losing run by his standards - it's been six races since he last obliged - but he looks a firm bet to put that right over 460m tonight (20:30). The key is the return to a trap one draw where he holds figures of four from six over CD - he was desperate for the fence when beaten here in late October - and he looks ripe for a wager at around [2.5] in the belief he can poach an early lead. The lack of a run for the past three weeks should not be a concern as he has won from similar layoffs in the past.
Romford's loss is Henlow's gain with Droopys Dresden re-routed to the Bedfordshire venue following the cancellation of the Essex Vase and he should make it six on the spin in the Midi (21:15). A bonus is that he showed excellent early pace when winning from tonight's trap one box over the 460m trip in October and despite the presence of inform CD specialists Master Kelly and Headwire Spike he looks set to maintain his unbeaten tally over six bends.
Toems Lily flew round to win a sprint here last week, but prolific CD winning Shlowdown Sally is much preferred in the Dash (19:45). Maurice Rice's bitch may not be so effective from trap three and with the market suggesting an 'each of two' contest Mark Wallis' bitch looks a good bet to make it six from her last seven over the trip.
Foxwood Boom broke his duck in good fashion here last week and is one to stay with back over the 460m trip (20:46). Much improved and a finalist in the Romford Puppy Cup his early speed should ensure he can control the inside route and with local favourite Jims Chance slightly below his best - and unlikely to be helped by equally pacey Westmead Chief alongside - he makes plenty of appeal.
Bonzos Bullet flew round Towcester (behind Lost One Dare) last month and a reproduction of that run would make him hard to beat stepping up to 550m in the maiden (21:00).
Monleek Seattle, despite the wide tag, is well drawn in the maiden (20:00) having moved noticeably middle last week and he should arguably be favourite given the combination of that run and his three from eight record in Ireland.