Alan Dudman hit the mark yesterday with a winner at Stratford, and he picks out two more bets for Wednesday's racing...
"My go-to trainer for some time has been Bastiman when she has a well handicapped runner, and Hitman is running from a good mark today."
Charlie is our selection for Wednesday
I doubt many people would have watched Sword Of Fate's win for the column yesterday. I couldn't have picked a worst clash to go head-to-head with England's World Cup penalty triumph over Colombia, but a win is a win and I enjoyed that, but not as much as that Eric Dier penalty.
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It's off to Musselburgh for the first bet of the day, and Our Charlie Brown has got a decent record around this track. He warrants an interest at around [7.0].
He's been running in some fairly good races this season without success, but he's a horse with a bit of early pace that shows a liking for sharp tracks and is well up to winning in
I don't think he has masses in hand of his rating, but his Musselburgh form sways me.
Bastiman to be a hit again
It's time to return to Rebecca Bastiman today, which in truth, looks a very difficult punting afternoon and evening. My go-to trainer for some time has been Bastiman when she has a well handicapped runner, and Hitman is running from a good mark today.
He's not exactly predictable, but then who is in a 0-70 grade?
The 5yo tends to get going late, and his party trick manifested itself last time when blowing the start over course and distance. He also came a little wide in that to finish well.
He's been dropped another 1lb to 65 and acts on the ground. He's a fair shout at decent odds.
Alan's Bets of the Day - P/L
This week so far: +2.25
Previous week: -3.25