After our winner last week, I’m opting for this each-way shot. He’s making his handicap debut and I suspect that with normal improvement he might not be far away so worth the punt.
I think this two-year-old Les Eyre trained colt looks worth an 0.5 point each way interest. He’s making his handicap debut off a workable looking mark of 64 and the eye is drawn to the first-time booking of the in-form P J McDonald (Last 14 days: 5-26,19% strike rate).
The selection cost 22,000 Guineas as a yearling and has only ran three times to date. He took a good step forward from his first to his second start this season when he finished 5.5 lengths 5th of 15 over this trip at Nottingham 16 days ago. On that occasion, he broke slowly before running on late and wasn't given a hard time or asked for maximum effort in my opinion. It looked a good race too with the 4th placed horse, who finished two lengths in front of him, off level-weights, winning easily at Bath just two days ago running to a Racing Post Rating of 85. This bodes well for JUST ANOTHER, who runs off just 8st 12lb here in receipt of between 8lb and 12lb from his three main rivals at the head of the market. He will be approaching peak fitness on his third start of the campaign and provided he improves again I can see him going close in this line-up.
This two-year-old filly has been facing better company than this recently having been tried at Listed level and in a good Class 3 handicap at York last time. She drops down into a Class 5 race today, the application of first-time cheek-pieces could spark some improvement, and the Iain Jardine yard are in good form (Last 14 days: 7-37, 19%). She might not be far away at an each way price.
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