|Supreme King||3.25 Doncaster||888sport|
|Westerton||4.00 Doncaster||Bet UK|
|So Scottish||4.15 Punchestown||Spreadex|
|Trixster||8.10 Chepstow||William Hill|
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Supreme King is not the biggest of prices at the time of writing, but you could argue he actually appears overpriced. He is officially rated 82, which if he runs to may see him win anyway. However, it is somewhat surprising that Richard Hannon hasn't targeted a little handicap with the horse, as 82 looks a mark that can be exploited. He seems to have improved from two to three, and on seasonal debut, he was only narrowly beaten by the extremely well supported Racingbreaks Ryder. Given the weight of money for the winner, presumably connections felt confident that he was a well handicapped horse, and the fact that Supreme King ran him so close is a credit to the horse.
Last time out he ran in what looked a warm Newmarket handicap and performed with credit to finish fifth of 15. By backing him, we are taking a chance that one of the newcomers is not something special, but the selection has shown a decent level of form, handles conditions and seems to have been entered in this to give him a confidence-boosting maiden victory.
Westerton is firmly in my horses to follow this season after showing a really decent level of form in his two-year-old season. Like a lot of the trainers' flat horses, he appeared to need his first couple of runs over shorter distances than ideal and yet still showed more than a glimmer of ability. Despite that promise, it was his final run of the season at Nottingham that really caught my eye. He travelled into the race very well behind a really useful horse in Artistic Star but just got done late on for a bit of pace.
The winner hasn't run since but has been given a Derby entry and the third, Like A Tiger, has improved markedly since, but the facts are that he is still rated 92. Westerton goes up in trip again to 1m 2f, which looks sure to suit, and I am certain that a rating of 82 will ultimately prove to be extremely lenient.
So Scottish is a real likeable chaser who has paid his way over both codes in the last couple of seasons. He ran a really good race at this year's Cheltenham Festival in the Magners Plate behind Seddon, when he would have found conditions a lot softer than ideal.
Back on a sounder surface today, he should be able to produce an even better performance, and there are not many better trainers around for getting a horse prepped for a specific day than Emmet Mullins.
Trixster hasn't shown any worthwhile form for a couple of runs, but as mentioned a couple of weeks ago, trainer Tim Vaughan's horses are in better form now than probably at anytime in the last few years, and Trixster looks interesting returning to hurdles. He hasn't always looked in love with chasing, but since his last hurdles run, he has gone from a mark of 106 to 112 (was up to 115) over the larger obstacles despite looking a better horse previously over hurdles. At the same time, his hurdles mark has been lowered a pound to 105, and if first time cheekpieces can focus the mind a bit more, he can outrun huge odds.
He has run at Chepstow on four occasions, and although the form-book shows he has had one victory, he would have taken a lot of beating on his first run at the track when in front and travelling well before falling at the last. Like a lot of the trainer's horses, he runs well in spring, and his last victory came this time last year. His jumping over fences just hasn't been good enough for him to show his true form, and it would be no surprise to see him perform a lot better tonight reverting back to hurdles.
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