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It was frustrating to see my only real selection for Tuesday be a late NR. I can only assume he was withdrawn due to the ground, and I will be keeping my beady eye on when he next runs. The French horse won and won in good style, so hopefully, some of you put her in multiples or a double for some nice returns.
Today's racing is fairly shocking considering the amount of racing we have. There's a Class 1 Listed race in Ireland at Killarney, but that looks way too competitive for me to get involved in, so I've opted for the second favourite in this three-runner contest.
NOYA trained by the newly formed partnership of son and father combination, Harry & Roger Charlton. I think this horse is worth taking on the odds-on favourite, as I think his price is based on the fact he's not carrying a penalty for his recent win, but also the combination of Buick and Boughey has been potent over the last month or two when travelling around the UK, especially Scotland, so punters have latched onto it, but also bookies are scared of it.
The form on offer from Noya looks strong to my eyes, especially the runs behind Clitheroe at Lingfield. I rate Clitheroe as a potential Class 1 winning filly for later parts of this season and is a filly who has already managed to grab some black-type (being placed in Class 1 company). Noya was only 1.75L behind the winner that day but was carrying 7lbs more, which puts into perspective the level of that run. Harry Davies takes the ride, taking off 5lbs which is always a big help, meaning he is running off a lower weight than the favourite. In races like this you shouldn't ignore the outsider, as they often upset the applecart and win, so Boadicea Belle warrants respect.