Paul Ferguson has two selections for us on Saturday; Attaglance in the Market Rasen 14:50 and High Celebrity in the Newmarket 15:10. Compare odds and bet.
The feature at Market Rasen on Saturday is the Listed 888Sport Handicap Chase, in which the maiden Attaglance (2:50) looks worthy of each-way support.
The eight-year-old boasts some smart form in defeat, notably when runner-up to Present View at the Cheltenham Festival and also when getting within a couple of lengths of the smart Double Ross in a Perth novice chase a year ago.
Malcolm Jefferson’s charge appreciates a decent surface and has gone well fresh on more than one occasion, so conditions look ideal. Astracad was the other to catch the eye in the contest, but the Twiston-Davies team has suffered a few reversals this week, so Attaglance gets the nod. The selection opened up 12-1 with the sponsors on Friday afternoon.
Down at Newmarket, Tiggy Wiggy deserves her place at the head of the Cheveley Park market, but High Celebrity (3:10) remains an exciting prospect in her own right and looks a bet to nothing, each-way.
Andre Fabre’s Invincible Spirit filly has ground to make up on Arabian Queen from their meeting in the Duchess Of Cambridge Stakes, but things didn’t go her way on that occasion and she has since returned to winning ways.
Hopefully she’ll be ridden more prominently this afternoon and, though this looks a pretty strong renewal, the French raider looks worth backing at around 5-1 overnight.
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