Nick Shiambouros is back with a couple of National Hunt selections from Chepstow and Warwick...
"I think she has a lot more to offer, and the extra yardage will suit her down to the ground"
13:15 Chepstow - Doctor Haze
Doctor Haze should go close in this interesting novices' hurdle.
This ready winner of a point in the spring makes his debut under Rules. Trainer Kim Bailey clearly likes this family as he trained his half-brother Midnight Haze who was a pretty decent handicap chaser. I am sure he will know his job, and is fairly priced at 6.05/1 on the exchange. In addition the stable is going well which is a positive.
Dan Skelton sends out Irish point winner Marley Firth. He also won his point in good style, and is another that will be ready. He is the current favourite at 3.711/4 on the exchange.
13:40 Warwick - Ginge De Sophia
Ginge De Sophia looks like the horse to beat in this mares only event.
This four-year-old finished a respectable fourth to the progressive Dame De Compagnie at Uttoxeter earlier this month. She put in some good work in the closing stages but never had a chance of catching the easy winner. I think she has a lot more to offer, and the extra yardage will suit her down to the ground. At present she is trading at 4.67/2 on the exchange and have backed her at that price.
Molly The Dolly heads the market at 2.265/4. This Irish point winner makes her debut for the Skelton yard. She has been placed in a couple of bumpers and will be ready to go for her hurdles debut. I am not sure why she is so short in the market, and will gladly let her win at that price.
Wednesday's Recommended Bets
Back Doctor Haze in the 13:15 at Chepstow
Back Ginge De Sophia in the 13:40 at Warwick
Weekly P/L -4.0
*For P/L purposes, all Exchange recommended bets will be settled at BSP if successful
Weekly P/L -4.0