Hurdler Ready To Regain Winning form On Better Going
At Perth in the middle of last summer, the lightly raced CAIUS MARCIUS came home first from John Monash, who went on to win his next three races. Significantly, the going was good and he competes on similar ground today. A winner in a bumper and a novice hurdle and thought good enough to contest a class one National Hunt flat race at Cheltenham, he had a break after that Perth win. Reintroduced at Kelso he ran second on good to soft and then raced on decent ground at Mussleburgh where he looked to be going really well when coming down three out. He then ran fourth in a class three handicap at Market Rasen on soft ground and drops in class and handicap mark in this contest. BTOPlus+ puts him top on regular and speed ratings, places him best-in under a couple of headings and points to his trainer Nicky Richard's three from 14 over hurdles at Wetherby, 28% better than expected. He is 5/1 with SkyBet and Bet365.
Article Posted on Monday 20th March 2017 @ 22.50
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