A very strange race for the fact there are eighteen runners in a class five race but not one of them is known as a front running However, with this size of field one or maybe more will change their usual tactics and attempt to lead all the way. There are seven three-year-olds in this race that could improve at any time. I'm hoping it won't be this race and I will stick as usual with the proven horses: Welease Bwian, drawn in stall fifteen, is my third top rated so could have place claims if things go right for. Don't Have It Then is my second top rated. drawn in stall four can both track Top of my list is GOLD BEAU 12/1 who usually likes to track the early pace and is drawn in stall seven so could go whichever side looks to be the best. This horse won last time out at Hamilton over this distance, which proves its well-being and has a good chance to follow up with another win here. At the price I have to go each way.
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