Chelmsford’s NAP: TREVOLLI | 4:30pm Racing Welfare Supporting Racing’s Workforce Handicap | Dom’s Pick
The son of Outstrip makes his debut for Ivan Furtado after leaving Philip Kirby in good form, finishing second on his last two outings, both at Wolverhampton.
His most previous form was given a boost when the winner went in again on his next start, so he looks well handicapped off the same mark to go one better now back in trip and Jason Hart in the saddle.
Karl Burke’s Invincibly ran a cracker in a competitive race at Lingfield earlier this month so looks the obvious danger.
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Jim Boyle’s filly remains off a lowly mark of 45 and a maiden but ran much better at Lingfield last time out and perhaps this is the time where it all comes together.
Georgia Dobie’s 3lb claim will be handy in a field where she takes on much more exposed sorts and this looks a good opportunity to pass the post first.
With a good record in this sphere, Cometh The Man is a worthy favourite and the one they all have to beat.