Making every All Weather day a winning day
With all eyes on Cheltenham over the next four days it is a little disappointing that the racing at Southwell and Wolverhampton is not overly enticing.
With a Actuary Horse Racing Tips subscriber selection already in the 5:05 Southwell, I am looking over my shoulder a little at DISCAY’S gutsy performance last time out holding off Goldmachen and Stanley Rigby. Lightly raced in comparison to its rivals DISCAY has scope for improvement and there is no surprise in its return over C&D having appeared to thrive on the change of surface after several moderate performances on the turf.
Awattan is likely to be the horse to beat in Wolverhampton’s 6:20 after doing all its best work in the closing stages last time out over 8f at Lingfield Park but the horse that has caught my eye is John Gosden’s MOMA LEE. Several Duke of Marmalade progeny have been entered in to Class 1 and Class 2 races in the coming turf season leading me to believe that MOMA LEE might be better than a Class 5 Fillies Maiden.