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Trotter to boost our dividend
Masaarr represents the nearest thing to a ‘racing cert’ in division two of a Novice Stakes over a mile of Lingfield polytrack today; punters are confronted with six meetings, all-weather and jumping at two fashionable venues will cater for all needs on yet another overwhelming -super-Saturday!’.
‘A ‘free gift’ is always welcome but they can be expensive if not utilised properly; Masaarr is an ideal example.
This Roger Varian-trained, Hamdan Al Maktoum-owned USA-bred Distorted Humort colt achieved a whopping time-handicap mark first-up over seven furlongs of a ‘good to firm’ Newmarket surface last month, when a close third behind Key Victory.
Both are already being touted as classic prospects; we are whetting your appetite but Masaarr will be totally unbackable as a single bet proposition!
The secret is to include Masaarr in our daily patent which involves three horses; three doubles, three trebles and an accumulator.
To all intents a purposes Masaarr is an ‘anchor’ and so playing him into other safe bets will be key to profiting; I’ve scrutinised six other juvenile races, including the difficult-looking first leg, and reckon once-raced Wazin is also a ‘professional special’ in division two of a Fillies’ Novice Stakes over six furlongs of Wolverhampton tapeta tonight.
Simon Crisford’s once-raced charge also finished third when beaten just over a length in a similar race on Chelmsford polytrack sixteen days ago; reports suggest she has ‘come on’ considerably.
Back at ‘Lingers’ I’m confident about the obvious chance for Trotter in a 3-y-o Median Auction Stakes over six furlongs; only conceivable danger on the TH is ex-Irish-trained, Temeraire, absent for 148 days!
Luke Morris has been booked by in-form Stuart Kittow for recent handicap runner-up, Trotter.
Keep it tight.
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