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Saturday, 8 January 2011

Flat Out to stake novice chase claims

Great days racing, lots to get thru’, so here goes.

I made a case for both SILVER BY NATURE and EXMOOR RANGER yesterday and, given the soft going today, I am not going to desert them. They should both run cracking races and currently they are both available at 16/1 for the Welsh National at 1:45.

For the 2:20, I think PRINCE DE BEAUCHENE is on a great rating of OR138, but this trip is probably too short for him and this may be a confidence building race. Even so, I would expect a big run.

The 32Red chase (class 2) at 2:05 is another great handicap, and I am not deserting previous blog winner MIDNIGHT HAZE, but current odds are now just 7/1 and the value has gone.

From the Horse Alert list comes FREE WORLD in the 3:15 and I think he will really come good today on this going and over this trip.

Chepstow 1:45, SILVER BY NATURE, ½pt ew @ 16/1
Chepstow 1:45, EXMOOR RANGER, ½pt ew @ 16/1
Sandown 3:15, FREE WORLD, ½pt ew @ 9/1
Total = 3pts staked

At Punchestown, expect FLAT OUT to win his debut novice chase at 11:45. He could be very, very good as a novice chaser.

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