Betfair Ambassador Olly Murphy discusses his four runners this weekend at Doncaster, Kelso and Huntingdon, including a good each way chance at the Yorkshire course...
"She doesn’t look too badly in at the weights and I’d say she has a good each-way chance."
Unexposed contender makes handicap debut
Ginistrelli has his first run in a handicap. He's unexposed and hasn't got a lot of experience. He's had a winter break and a wind op, so hopefully he'll run well at a big price with Fergus Gregory taking 3lbs off his back.
She'll handle the ground following winter break
Alpha Carinae is stepping up in both class and trip after having a winter break and I think she will handle the good ground well. She doesn't look too badly in at the weights and I'd say she has a good each-way chance.
Dropping back in bid to finish in the money
Hunters Call drops back to two-miles for a race that has some very good prize money. He's been ultra-consistent in all of his handicaps so far this season and it would be great to think he can finish in the money again under Aidan Coleman.
Hoping for a respectable hurdles debut
Wireless Operator makes his debut for me here. He's in good form, albeit he has no experience over hurdles, but he jumps well at home. It's a competitive looking race so it will be nice to build on some fairly average bumper form and he's more of a horse for the future.
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