Nick Shiambouros was out of luck yesterday when his best bet fell on the flat at Brighton. Nick returns with two strong fancies from Nottingham...
"I think he is open to significant improvement, and should be a different proposition now that he has a run under his belt"
I really like the look of Alwasmiya in this interesting event.
This filly was nicely backed on debut when finishing fourth to Peace Trail at Newcastle. She held every chance a furlong from home, but failed to quicken and could only stay on at one pace. She comes from a good family, and is entitled to improve considerably. I think she will go close and is reasonably priced at [3.5] on the exchange.
Wafeer is the current favourite at [3.4]. He put in a solid effort last time out at Sandown when finishing a closing second to Swing Out Sister. He has the form in the book to take this, but I think the selection will improve past him.
First Eleven can cause the mild upset in this maiden.
This beautifully bred colt is a half-brother to the brilliant Kingman. He looked decidedly backward on debut when finishing down the field behind Kitaabaat at Sandown last month. After completely missing the break he recovered to chase the leaders, but failed to make any impression in the closing stages. I think he is open to significant improvement, and should be a different proposition now that he has a run under his belt. At present he is trading at [5.9] on the exchange but could trade shorter nearer the off.
Stablemate Sevenna Star heads the market at [2.78]. He showed plenty of promise when finishing second in the same race as the selection. He is another big improver and rates as the main danger.
Wednesday's Recommended Bets
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