Alan Dudman's Daily Racing Multiple bet comes from Nottingham today, and his two selections if successful pay nearly 18/1...
"Charlton landed a big prize at the weekend with Sleeping Lion, and I am taking a chance on his progressive Win O'Clock - who pitches into a hot renewal of the Further Flight."
Latch on to speedy Copinet
The first turf meeting at Colwick Park awaits and our opening bet of the day is James Ferguson's speedy filly Copinet.
It's early days for this 3yo, but she has plenty of ability and is progressive in her three starts to date. She won at Wolverhampton on her second start and followed up last time with an even better performance at Lingfield winning with plenty in hand.
She's a handful, keen and speedy, but from her draw today she can grab an early position for her handicap debut.
Time for Charlton with Win O'Clock
One of my favourite trainers is Roger Charlton, who was always great to interview. He alongside Luca Cumani were charming guests in the days of Timeform Radio.
Charlton landed a big prize at the weekend with Sleeping Lion, and I am taking a chance on his progressive Win O'Clock - who pitches into a hot renewal of the Further Flight.
He won plenty of races last season, albeit two were matches, but his Sandown success by 9L was most progressive and he has enough pace if this becomes tactical with a small field.
St leger second Sir Ron Priestley could be a cut above, but he is coming back from 571 days off the track.
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Daily Racing Multiple P&L
Single and each-way bets +3.15
Single and each-way bets +19.55
The Sportsbook Multiple pays 18.69