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Articles by Andrew Mount

Track Bias Diary - Tuesday 21 August

Andrew Mount 8:14am, Tue 21 Aug 2018

image-left-align track-bia14s-diary-v2OSKEMEN, who was a qualifier on the ‘second run for Archie Watson' system, raced on the slowest part of the track when just touched off in a 1m handicap at Kempton last time and is worth another chance over the same course and distance in division two of the Move Over To Matchbook Handicap (4.00). Drawn in stall two that day, he stuck close to the inside rail which was not the place to be after the surface had been re-laid with 1000 tonnes of sand and fibres.

Track Bias Diary - Friday 16 August

Andrew Mount 8:45am, Fri 17 Aug 2018

image-left-align track-bia14s-diary-v2SIR RODERIC (stall nine of ten) hasn’t won for over two years but with the Rod Millman yard in such scintillating form he’s worth chancing in the 1m Christopher Smith Associates Handicap at Newbury today (2.25). The five-year-old is ideally served by a field of 11 or fewer runners, a trip of 7f-1m and cut in the ground, recording form figures under these conditions of 511211153 (5-9. He’s now 20lb below his last winning mark and will appreciate the return to turf after a modest effort at Kempton last time.

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