Saturday Unibet Blog

Fri 04 September 2020



1:30 Try Our New Super Boosts At Unibet Nursery Handicap
Dillydingdillydong (Sean Levey)

I think the return to seven furlongs will suit him and in two runs to date he’s shown more than enough to suggest that his winning opportunity won’t be far away. His mark looks fair and he’ll have no problem with the All Weather surface so I expect him to go well.

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Dingle (Pat Dobbs)

We always liked him and he’s run very well on both starts. The step up to a mile is a massive plus and he looks win material to me.

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War Glory (Sean Levey)

He didn’t get much luck at Haydock last time but has been in very good form and is arguably much more effective on this type of surface so I would be expecting a bold show off top weight.

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What An Angel (Sean Levey)

He shouldn’t be a Maiden after 13 starts but his form is more than adequate to bring him into the reckoning here and the Handicapper is beginning to relent.


1:10 Listed Ascendant Stakes
River Alwen (William Buick)

We fancied him big time to score over course and distance last month and he duly obliged having improved on his first run at Leicester. This is obviously another step at the ladder but he’s a colt we really, really like and he’ll love the ground. His work has been excellent so he goes there with a right chance.

Fancy Man (Ryan Moore)
He ran a great race in a listed at Salisbury last time and definitely improved for the step up to a mile where he did all his best work at the end. That is very strong form and he has been in excellent shape at home. The fact he’s already won at this course is a big plus and he’s a colt with an extremely bright future.

1:45 G3 Superior Mile
Qaysar (Ryan Moore)

Because of his rating he’s quite hard to place and despite a disappointing effort in a handicap last time he ran well in a conditions event before that and should be suited to a race of this nature at a track he absolutely loves.


12:45 Novice
Siam Fox (Rossa Ryan)

He’s a half brother to stablemate Fox Champiom who himself was a very good two and three-year-old and this colt has been showing all the right signs at home. This looks a very good starting point and while I expect him to improve, he could be good enough to get off the mark at the first time of asking.

1:20 Fillies’ Novice
Showtime Dancer (Rossa Ryan)

She’s a pretty sharp filly whose work has been good and I like what I see. This looks a decent little novice but she is a talented horse and hopefully can go well.

Naflah (Dane O’Neill)
She’s a nicely bred filly who will definitely be winning races in the future, certainly over further. I’ve been happy with her work at home and she’s ready for a run but will definitely improve for the experience.

4:15 Handicap
Oh This Is Us (Rossa Ryan)

He hasn’t won for a while but has put up some decent performances this season to suggest the ability is still there and his form is there for everyone to see so there’s nothing I can add that you don’t already know. Hopefully with a bit of luck he can run a nice race.

Fox Champion (Mark Crehan)
He is gradually coming down the weights and Mark’s 5lbs claim will be a big plus, but he’s not been in great form of late so I couldn’t be tipping him up until he starts to turn a bit of a corner.


6:00 Novice
Rocky Dreams (Kieran O'Neill)

He ran a great race on debut and has improved a fair bit since then. The step up in trip is a plus and he goes there with a really good chance.

Georgette (Thore Hammer Hansen)
Five furlongs was too short last time so she’ll be much happier over this distance and she’s improving in her work at home so with a bit of luck could go well at a decent price.

6:30 Novice
Enoughisgoodenough (Thore Hammer Hansen)

She is quite pacey so the drop down to the minimum trip will suit and we’ll make plenty of use of her from stall one. I expect her to have improved from her debut and fancy her quite strongly.

7:00 Nursery
Tilaawah (Thore Hammer Hansen)

I think he’ll be happier back over six furlongs and he’s shown more than enough in two starts to be able to make his presence felt in a race of this nature.

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