Following a 2/1 winner and 10/1 (10p R4) place yesterday, Steve Ryder previews three races on Friday 8th November. P&L +17.49pts.
2:00 Fontwell- Sensulano 11/8 (1pt)
I think the market has got it wrong in this race as I would definitely have Sensulano favourite over Midnight Tune. Midnight Tune is rated 134 over hurdles in comparison to Sensulano being rated 1lb lower at 133 but Sensulano made a fantastic chasing debut 20 days ago to finish second at Ffos Las behind Poker Play and in front of the well regarded Tidal Flow. Midnight Tune had two chase starts last season with the first a good effort before falling at Plumpton on her last start.
Sensulano has the benefit of a recent run over the favourite and with the stable in better form, she should be able to beat the favourite.
5:55 Chelmsford- Folk Dance 6/4 (1pt)
Folk Dance made an encouraging debut when 6th at Newmarket and this Golden Horn filly should be able to get off the mark on AW debut. She faces some well bred newcomers from the John Gosden stable but her main rivals are all drawn badly in 9, 12, 10 and 16.
Folk Dance should step forward from her debut effort and from a good draw in Stall 2 should prove extremely hard to beat.
6:15 Dundalk- Pulsating 12/1 (0.5pt ew)
Pulsating left Michael Appleby last season rated 65 before moving over to Ireland where she won twice over this C&D off marks of 62 and 67 for Conor O’Dwyer. She was then moved to Gavin Cromwell where she has dropped down from a mark of 67 down to a mark of 56. Her last three starts have come on turf where she has disappointed but she is of huge interest now switched back onto the AW.
Pulsating won twice over this C&D last season off 62 and 67 so is obviously well handicapped off a mark of 56 and could bounce back to form with four places on offer.
2:00 Fontwell- Sensulano 11/8 (1pt) click here for best odds
5:55 Chelmsford- Folk Dance 6/4 (1pt) click here for best odds
6:15 Dundalk- Pulsating 12/1 (0.5pt ew) click here for best odds
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