Plenty Of Boxes Ticked By Miler In Handicap
It's just an hour's drive from the rolling countryside of Cheshire to Haydock and Tom Dascombe sends his CALDER PRINCE on that trip for the fifth time this afternoon. The gelding's figures read 1, 4, 2, 1 at the course and another number under four looks more than likely this afternoon with 1 being the best bet. His most recent win here did come off a 4lb lower mark of 86 last month but he was successful off a 4lb higher mark here on soft ground last year. Likely to lead on the good to soft he can make all and Richard Kingscote - another course specialist with a 34% better than expected return at Haydock, according to BTOPlus+ - back on board, the jigsaw pieces are coming together. BTO has Calder Prince top of its ratings and gives the gelding another four positives apart from Kingscote's course prowess. The four year old ran well at Chester last week but wansn't able to get to the inside rail and lead off; he will go well with so much in his favour this afternoon.
Article Posted on Saturday 12th August 2017 @ 10.01
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