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"...can see him stamp his authority on the contest at 19.16..."

Timeform on Buddha Sam

Buddha Sam (Trap 6) needs forgiving a lesser effort on his latest outing in A1 class, though he can be afforded some mitigation on account of first bend crowding/running wide off the second. However, from a ratings perspective his form stands up to scrutiny in this field and he looks well drawn in the striped jacket this evening. In truth, the son of Superior Product has met with much sterner assignments than he faces this evening and a good break out wide can see him stamp his authority on the contest at 19.16.

It's probably not unfair to say the Open Sprint contest at 19.34 is a rather weak affair, featuring a host who usually ply their trade at graded level, yet as we know that doesn't detract from the opportunity for a bet and it may be a local with the bit firmly between her teeth in the shape of Im Hunky Dory (Trap 4) who emerges victorious. Her make-up in the black jacket looks a good one in our book and Erica Samuel's bitch could hardly be in better form at present, highlighting her versatility in rattling off a hat-trick in a trio of disciplines in recent weeks. She can clear those to her inside on the run to the bend and it may be Crayford raider Deanridge Blue (Trap 6) who acquitted himself well on home-soil latest who emerges as the chief threat in stripes.

Despite posting some slick efforts in C&D trials prior to the start of the East Anglian Derby, Levante Beach (Trap 5) was more workmanlike than spectacular when landing his respective first round heat. However, to his credit there was a lot more to like about his semi-final success, knocking 5 lengths off his final time from the week previous. The switch to the orange jacket will hold no fears for Angela Harrison's charge and it's no surprise to see him at the head of the market given obvious lead ability claims. However, arguably even more impressive 7 days ago was local hope Lastfortheroad (Trap 3, 20.52) who cleared away from the first-name's kennel mate Droopys Carat (Trap 4) by 5 ¾ lengths. Judged on the make-up of the final, the son of Ballymac Vic can be expected to lead those on his inside, his latest effort on the clock a career-best display. Largely reliable at the boxes of late, he's expected to be front rank with Levante Beach at the opening corner and if able to hold the inside line should be up to playing a lead role. Lenson Whelan (Trap 2) ran a fine race to reach the final 7 days ago and with a run around bends 1 & 2 can also hit the frame.


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