One of our horses who absolutely loves the seaside air is The Ducking Stool. All five of her career wins have come at the track and she managed to win three there last term, including the race she goes for tomorrow. After a great time of it, she's very high in the handicap now but she can never be written off and is certainly fit enough to do herself justice on her seasonal comeback. She has quite a fan club at the course nowadays so it will be great to see her admirers out in force.
Silver Alliance heads to the course the following day and he too loves the place. He made a great comeback at Wolverhampton last time and is in A1 condition since then. He needs the race to be run to suit him but, if it is, he will be thereabouts.
|The Ducking Stool (Shelley) & Silver Alliance (Ross)|
Veeraya ran a blinder to finish in mid-division on All-Weather Championships day on Good Friday. It was a race worthy of Group status but he ran a career best to be beaten just under five lengths. He wore blinkers for the first time so if they work again, he could win a handicap.
Automotive is looking good for a trip to Yarmouth next week. He had a good blow after his comeback a few weeks ago and, as per usual, he is working brilliantly at home. He is hard to predict but certainly has enough ability to win plenty of races.
|Automotive (Ross) & Shelia's Heart (Ryan)|
|Bushy Glade (Ryan) & Candesta (Reno)|
|Honeymoon Express (Danny) & Tiger's Home (Reno)|