Today’s top selections from the press and media feature a trio of selections at Warwick, along runners at Lingfield and Market Rasen. Check these out below and an excellent new customer offer at 888sport. Simply Bet £10 and Claim £30 in Free Bets, plus £10 Casino Bonus
1: LORD OF KERAK (2:25pm Warwick) (3 votes)
Olly Murphy trained runner, who has impressed in all three starts finishing second on debut at Uttoxeter (1m 7f, good to soft) in October ad then second once more in a maiden hurdle at Sandown (1m 7f, soft). Finally grabbed a first win in last outing at Uttoxeter last month, over an extended 2m 3f trip, winning by 4.75 lengths. Has more to come and the further extension in trip to 2m 5f, should see that progression.
(Mirror Online, Melissa Jones. Ipswich Star, Matt Polley. The i, Jon Freeman)
2: NOTACHANCE (3:00pm Warwick) (3 Votes)
Lightly raced over the last two years, but in strong form overall, with all three wins coming in the last six career starts. Just two runs in 2020 brought a second at Newbury (2m 7f, heavy) back in January of last year, when 4.75 lengths behind race rival Django Django, befoe impressing on seasonal debut, taking the spoils at Bangor (3m, soft), winning by 3.75 lengths in November. Bred to stay the longer trips and looks to have the legs of many of his rivals this afternoon.
(Daily Record, Garry Owen. Morning Star, Farringdon. Scottish Sun, Jim Delahunt)
3: COME ON TEDDY (3:35pm Warwick) (3 votes)
Two victories in the last three starts, with a victory Market Rasen (2m 7f, soft) back in February. Needed the run, when fourth at Uttoxeter on seasons return last November, before taking the win at Cheltenham (2m 7f, soft) in a Class 2 contest last month, winning by 5 lengths. More to do this afternoon with a 7lbs rise, but capable of being in the hunt for the spoils once again, in a competitive contest.
(Daily Mirror, Newsboy. Racing TV, The Score. Sheffield Star, Fortunatus)
4: DUTUGAMUNU (2:00 Lingfield) (2 votes)
Decent performances in opening five career starts, including a sixth at Yarmouth (7f, good to firm) during the Summer, in his penultimate run. However, he returned from a five month break to take the spoils over C&D as a 20/1 shot, winning by 1.25 lengths. Rise of 7lbs makes this a tougher task and cheekpieces are retained from that win. Every chance, if can handle to higher mark.
(Mirror Online, Melissa Jones. Shropshire Star, Andy Morris. The Leader, Arthur Shone)
5: OSCARS LEADER (2:05pm Market Rasen) (2 votes)
Secured a double back in February, when winning at Sedgefield (2m, heavy), before a run of three successive second place finishes, including latest at Haydock when half a length adrift of The Cob. Deserves to be among the challengers by faces a tough battle wtih Edwardstone for the win.
(attheraces.com, Lawrence Taylor. Daily Mail, Robin Goodfellow)
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