Monday’s Nap Sulafaat was only narrowly denied at Newcastle when going down by a neck. Tuesday’s selection also comes on all-weather from Wolverhampton.
Goddess Of Fire has shown much improved form since joining John Ryan’s yard and the filly can make up for some bad luck in running from last time out in Tuesday’s opener at Wolverhampton.
The daughter of Toronado (a sire with a 28% strike-rate at this venue) did all her best running in the finish over course and distance last time out, having been made to switch to the outside at a crucial point in the run. She had previously shown a useful turn of foot when last seen on all-weather and from her basement mark, she ought to be competitive again, bidding to pick up where she left off when winning at a big price in October.
There’s some value in her early price of 4/1 and the BTO top-rated filly makes most appeal in a winnable heat.
Camacho Man tops BTO speed ratings but the fact she’s failed to win in nine starts has been disappointing and she was a beaten favourite for the second time in her career last time out at this venue.
Article Posted on Tuesday 10th December 2019 @ 09.32
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