Alan Dudman had another two winners yesterday with a winning multiple and he heads to Exeter and Plumpton for Monday's double...
Alan landed a 7/18.00 winning double yesterday
Moon Hunter ready for 3m at Exeter
Plumpton selection impressed with his jumping
Jumping could be the key for the Plumpton 15:20 2m1f Handicap Chase, and while it's an obvious thing to say for a race over fences, No Risk With Lou took his fences so well at Huntingdon last time, he could apply some serious pressure to his rivals here.
The second favourite Gitche Gumee should make a chaser, but watching his races as a novice over hurdles, it doesn't fill me will confidence and he made plenty of mistakes over the smaller ones.
No Risk With Lou is a front-runner and he could get in a good rhythm here and dictate judged on his chasing debut victory at Huntington.
He landed that from 111 and has gone up to 119 for this, and while he has top weight, I never am put off by top weights in handicaps, and he's completely unexposed.
Smuggled away at the back-end of the card at Exeter is a decent 0-135 Handicap Chase and Moon Hunter looks well worth a shot over 3m for trainer Henry Daly.
The 6yo made his chase debut this season at Cheltenham in a fairly hot-looking race behind Idalko Bihoue and the second was Railway Hurricane - who was a bit unlucky yesterday.
Moon Hunter would have found the 2m4f in that race too sharp of a test, especially on the good ground, and he was a little unlucky too when meeting trouble.
Stepping up to 3m today looks a good move, and while two of his novice wins as a hurdler came on officially good ground, looking at the races and reports the times suggested both were more on the easier side so the good to soft this afternoon looks tailor-made.