The Racing Multiples column was denied a treble yesterday with two winners and a third, but for Wednesday's action there is a tasty 11.17 multiple for the day...
Back Chantry House in the 13:05 at Wetherby, Rain Gauge in the 14:15 at Wolves and Moraaheq in the 16:15 at Kempton in a 11.17 Sportsbook Multiple
Chantry should get the ball rolling at a short price
I wished they all won as easily as the first two selections yesterday. It was a pity Equate couldn't get over the line at Newcastle, but it's all about picking your battles, and the first selection should have a relatively straightforward task at Wetherby.
Chantry House can bounce back following an underwhelming effort at Ascot last time - a most disappointing display after providing one or two champagne moments with his jumping on his Ascot debut.
The flat run came behind stablemate Fusil Raffles at Cheltenham, with ground offered as an excuse, but he had plenty of form on soft.
His third in the Supreme to Shishkin should be too strong for perhaps not the deepest field in the world and he is 7lb clear on ratings. He's the shortest price of the treble today at 8/11, but his jumping in the final stages at Ascot was so good, I'll back him to bounce back and dominate.
Gauge can build on promising debut
The famous red and white racing silks of leading owner Saeed Manana held a long association with Clive Brittain with some marvellous horses, these days James Tate is the number one trainer for Manana - who is Ahmed Atjebi's uncle. Remember him? Gladiatorus anyone? Atjebi took over the riding duties on him from Frankie Dettori.
Tate's Rain Gauge looks good value at 15/8 and goes into the Sportsbook Multiple as I thought there was plenty of promise with his debut run over course and distance. Firstly, it was a messy affair with no pace on early at all. Rain Gauge was behind the leaders but made a sweeping move around the outside around the 4f marker. It was a brave switch, but it didn't quite come off as he was gobbled up in the closing stages. But enterprise should always be praised.
He has a fine pedigree as a half-brother to Dancing Rain and he was only pushed out hands and heels in the closing stages on that first run. It doesn't look a deep race either.
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Varian has a good chance with Moraaheq
The top Newmarket trainers dominate this Kempton contest at 16:15 with John Gosden and William Haggas (don't call him Willie, ever) both with newcomers.
However, Roger Varian has Moraaheq, who has the experience of two runs under his belt, and he should make it third time lucky with the know-how.
He made a promising debut but was in a mess of a race at Newcastle last time. He wasn't in the ideal position at that track over the far side and he failed to settle off a slow pace.
As a son of Speightstown, it's no surprise this will be his third race on the all-weather and at 5/4, I am hoping he is the final leg of la successful treble that pays out double figures.
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