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Nap: Imperial Command 1pt win only 11/2 (300 Newcastle) – All 4 of this ones AW wins have come at this track including 3 wins over todays CD. He has placed a further 3 times over this trip from just 8 runs which makes his somewhat of a course specialist. Comes here needing to find a little bit of form but his latest run in behind one completing a four timer was a step back in the right direction and hopefully the return to the track he does so well at will eek out a little more for this red hot family duo.

Outsider: Society Red 1pt win only 16/1 (230 Newcastle) – A CD winner from todays mark a year ago and was able to go in again here a month later from a 2lb higher mark over the same trip. Returns here on the back of a couple of respectable efforts in better company and his yard have been amongst the winners recently too. He is 6 wins and 3 placed efforts from 16 runs in class 4 company and ought to be able to outrun todays odds.

Nnb: Wheres Hector 1pt win only 12/1 (245 Catterick) – Lightly raced and has a little bit to prove going chasing for the first time following a less than impressive couple of starts over hurdles this term. Had previously shown plenty of promise however and could well cause an upset on chase debut today. Half brother to Kim Bailey’s Does He Know so claims are not without reason.

Nb: Admiral Barratry 1pt win only 11/2 (145 Catterick) – Has struggled since the back end of last season but today’s switch to Veteran company looks to be a much more realistic target. Won on his second outing last term and has fallen down the weights to what looks a very dangerous mark in this lesser company. A massive 10lb taken off by a decent claimer can only give strength to his chances too.

Multiple

0.25pt Yankee on above 4 runners – 2.75pts

Profit/Loss

Jan ~ -14.50

Pts Played ~ 29.50

ROI ~ +%


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