top of page



Recent results would suggest that Arlecchino’s Leap is probably best watched, however with two wins and a second from four runs over course and distance, including a class 4 race off a mark of 79, the six-year-old could be worth chancing off a mark of 70 with a decent draw in stall 2.

Taverner was only beaten by a head last time out, taking his record over course and distance to one win and four placed efforts from six runs. He’s gone up 1lbs for that effort and doesn’t get his head in front too often but nevertheless looks to be the biggest danger to the selection with most of the remainder arriving badly out of form.


bottom of page