Follow The Money: Cash for Soudain suggests a strong run

Jumping's the name of the game for today's FTM selections

Today's Follow The Money selecitons come from the meetings at Ayr, Huntingdon and Sedgefield...

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Lay Shanen @ 2.3211/8 14:20 Ayr
Back Grey Gold @ 8.07/1 15:00 Huntingdon
Back Soudain @ 3.55 15:10 Sedgefield


We Start at Ayr with the two mile five furlong Novice Hurdle at 14:20 where Shanen is on the drift from 1.865/6 out to 2.3211/8. He enters the the race in fairly good form after finishing runner up in a handicap at Kelso in December over 2 ¼ miles. However todays longer trip could test him enough to see him falter. Furthermore, there is strong support being shown for market rival Dreams Of Milan who showed a willing attitude when opening hurdling account at Uttoxeter in November.

We then move on to Huntingdon for the two mile Novice Chase at 15:00 where extremely strong support sees Grey Gold backed in from 17.5 to 8.07/1. Although off for 13 months, he finished a credible fourth at Taunton on the 31st of January and has previous wins over hurdles at Bangor in November 2011. Strong market support suggests he could go well once again today.

And Finally we move to Sedgefield for the 15:10 for the three mile three furlong Handicap Chase where Soudain has shown some strong backing and is now trading at 3.55 having been out at 4.57/2 previously. Although a tough field with little to separate the runners, Soudain should get the nod having shown more consistency than the rest having jumped well when at Market Rasen in December and finishing a very credible runner up at Doncaster last month. With Tony McCoy taking the reins today, Soudain ought to go well again.


Recommended Bets

Lay Shanen @ 2.3211/8 14:20 Ayr
Back Grey Gold @ 8.07/1 15:00 Huntingdon
Back Soudain @ 3.55 15:10 Sedgefield


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