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The luck I've had recently is unrivaled. Miss Gallagher was backed into 9/2 from 14s and missed the break. I doubt she would've won anyway but the start didn't help her chances of placing as well as being keen. The race after for the second selection was baffling. For the jockey to be unseated on a flat race it is a rare occurrence, but the way that was unseated was a bit soft. I got my money back in bet credits with Bet365, hopefully the other betting companies followed suit as there was no run for our money.
Trainer: Iain Jardine
Jockey: Iain Mullen
A horse which was tipped up last time out was SPREZZATURA. I was fairly confident when he ran over 5f at this course around a month ago but he ran below par to what I was expecting. The reason why I backed him that day was that I thought this track would suit, which is still up for debate, but the fact they've brought him back here but put him up in trip to 6f is interesting as I think his best work is done late on and he doesn't quite have the speed for 5f, hence why I thought a stiff 5f would suit. The form of his three races to date have worked out well with plenty of winners coming from them. In races like this you've got to wary of improvers and unraced horses, but I do think this horse can be decent and this step up in trip could be the key.
Trainer: Jim Goldie
Jockey: Paul Mulrennan
I was very dubious about tipping AIGHEAR as Paul Mulrennan has given a few of my selections some very poor rides in recent times, but a mark of 46 and running off bottom weight gives this horse every chance. He's ran well in a bumper race, not the strongest form by any means, but the winner did follow it up and won again next time out, so there is a bit of substance to it. He has raced over 6f and 7f on the flat, which clearly isn't his bag as he does have a strong staying pedigree, so now he's handicapping for the first time over a suitable trip makes him a bet in this. A little bit of rain is forecast for Hamilton, so if the ground has some kind of soft in the description, this horse should be fine as his pedigree suggest he'll be fine with Farhh being a good Sire on soft ground and his Dam was a winner on soft.