track-bias-diary-v2TYLERY WONDER (stall 16 of 16) has always seemed happiest when racing away from other horses and his wide draw could prove ideal in the 5f Handicap at Doncaster on Wednesday (5.20).

The Paul Midgley-trained seven-year-won from a wide draw (low) on no less than three occasions at the Curragh when trained in Ireland – not something that’s easy to do in big-field sprint handicaps there – and his sole previous win for his current yard came from stall 2 of 18 at York when slaughtering his rivals by four lengths. I backed him over course and distance last time, as he was drawn on the outside of the field in stall 1 of 13, but the fastest ground was on the stands’ side rail and those drawn middle-to-high dominated. If that’s the case again today, he could make all. Faster ground would have been preferable but he was fourth of 20 on heavy ground at the Curragh at this time last year where he had Downforce – rated 93 at the time but now on 110 – just behind him in fifth and it's dried out overnight to officially soft, good to soft in places.


Tylery Wonder – Doncaster 5.20 (1pt each-way, 14-1 generally)

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