Nick Shiambouros was on the mark yesterday when his selection It's O Kay won. He hopes to start the new week with a couple of winners from Plumpton...
"This looks like a wide open affair and she is a lively outsider"
Waves to break through
12:30 Plumpton - Breaking Waves
Breaking Waves is an interesting runner in this maiden hurdle.
This gelding finished third to Strong Glance in a bumper at Cheltenham in October. He kept on really well in the closing stages, but could not get to grips with the front two. I thought that was an excellent seasonal reappearance, and should be ready to do himself justice on hurdles debut. At present he is trading at [3.2].
Acey Milan is the short priced favourite at [1.67] on the exchange. He was turned over at odds-on when finishing second to Truckin Away at Ffos Las on hurdles debut. He was beaten fair and square, but has some smart bumper form last season. I can afford to let him win at this price.
Audora to surprise
14:00 Plumpton - Audora
Audora could run well at a big price in this novices' hurdle.
This mare put in a much improved effort when finishing third to Desirable Court at Newton Abbot in the spring. She found her second wind in the closing stages, and ran on in to a place over the final flight. This looks like a wide open affair and she is a lively outsider. Further improvement is expected, and is attractively priced at [17.0].
Coole Well merits consideration. He came to grief before the race unfolded when sent off at a short price at Taunton last month. He has some fair form in bumpers and is probably worth another chance. At present he is trading at [4.5] on the exchange.
Nick’s Weekly P/L
*For P/L purposes, all Exchange recommended bets will be settled at BSP if successful
Back Breaking Waves in the 12:30 at Plumpton
Back Audora in the 14:00 at Plumpton