Play up those Shelbourne Park winnings by hitting the layers for six in the Flying Four at Henlow on Sunday live on RPGTV - as the Seniors Cup takes centre-stage with some real old favourites on show strutting their stuff. The Lord is across it all...
"The last leg of the Flying Four sees Jim Chance line up a warm order to shine again at Henlow. However, better value lies with Blackstone Levi (20:46), a sprinter stepped up from two bends to Romford's 400m but now up in distance again to 460m."
It could be a cracking night for champion trainer Mark Wallis with Calco Flyer (20:00) ready to start the ball rolling for Imperial Kennels with victory in heat one of the Front Runner TV-sponsored event which is restricted to 18 'greybeards'.
He has run some of his best races at Henlow and, a winner of 37 of 134 starts, has been a real money-spinner for his owners the Calco Cup Syndicate. A burst of early pace into the turn after a speedy Towcester two-bend spin sets up victory.
Heat two will see Lemon Jamesy go to traps favourite to win after winning well at Central Park last week. However, Monmore raider Droopys Turin (20:15) is certainly value - especially if coming away as he can.
Sandra Ralph's dog needs to keep Peterborough raider Kilara Razz at bay into the turn, but still runs top grade at his home track and has some eye-catching lines of late behind the likes of Savana Donie and Forest Con.
Clondoty Alex (20:30) has won 39 of his 84 starts and is another Mark Wallis veteran with an outstanding chance of winning again in heat three, with only this wider trap four draw a possible negative for the four-year-old.
However, no great pace inside suggests he can tack across to the fence if desired. In-form local Sawdust Shaggy could be a big-priced selection for the forecast running from a plum trap draw, and boasting pace at both ends.
The last leg of the Flying Four sees Jim Chance line up a warm order to shine again at Henlow. However, better value lies with Blackstone Levi (20:46), a sprinter stepped up from two bends to Romford's 400m but now up in distance again to 460m.
His early pace suggests a lead is on the cards and, while stamina will be taken on trust, the damage could be done in the early part of the race. A decent position early certainly puts pressure on the favourite in the turn, so a jolly worth taking on?