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I've decided to take a rest from the flat racing and go back to my routes in the jumps. Jumps racing at this time of year isn't great by any means but I think I've found a couple of good bets for Monday.
Trainer: Tom Weston
Jockey: Mr Luke Scott (7)
I'm fairly certain I put THE LATE LEGEND up in February as a selection when he ran at Exeter and he ran extremely below par, and then ran a little better the time after at Haydock but then clearly appreciated the drop to 3m at Warwick where he won in fairly decent fashion. As the horse who arrives to this race in form I think he could take some stopping off a 5lb higher mark. There are some veterans in this race who are on attractive handicap marks but they will have to bounce back to form. This slightly longer trip shouldn't be an issue for him as he does stay further, but the good ground should be spot on for him.
Trainer: Milton Harris
Jockey: Bradley Harris (7)
Milton Harris was one of the stories of the 2021/22 jumps season as he showed how good he is when getting the ammunition, and his placement of horses was up there with the best. This bumper debutante, CHASE PARK will have to be ready first time up, but this race doesn't have any top class horses in my opinion, and the horses who have ran before don't really have strong form so it looks set up for an unraced horse to step up and kickstart their career in good style.
Milton Harris is good in bumper races, and is 2/4 at this track in bumpers in the last five years. Chase Park's pedigree isn't spectacular but his half-sibling won on debut in a bumper race, so there is a strong possibility that this sphere could be what he likes. Bradley Harris doesn't ride many times over jumps but he recent won in a bumper race for Milton, and takes off a very handy 7lbs.