JIMMI CHEW (4.05) is worth sticking with at Huntingdon in his attempt to rack up a fairly quick hat-trick.
Alex Hales has the gelding at the peak of his powers and Jimmi Chew ran out a game winner from For Jim over course and distance 19 days ago. There was a yawning 18 lengths gap back to the third and a 6lb rise may not prevent the treble under similar ground conditions.
On that same Huntingdon card MICKEY BUCKMAN (1.10) outran his derisory 100-1 odds by chasing home Glory And Fortune, staying on well. Gary Moore has wasted little time stepping him up in trip.
ROBYNDZONE (3.30) should be all the better for his comeback run at Southwell and Fergal O'Brien has found him a fairly weak handicap. Constante Via had placed form for Nigel Twiston-Davies last year and has her first run for Jonjo O'Neill. She poses an obvious threat, especially if a wind operation has had the desired effect.
TIM ROCCO (1.55) makes plenty of each-way appeal at Carlisle. He won twice in five days in March, latterly beating Beyondtemptation and Deepsand at Newcastle. Deepsand is better off at the weights but Tim Rocco should have benefited from a Worcester outing 37 days ago.
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