Chelmsford’s NAP: MUMS TIPPLE | 6:20pm Betsi Handicap | Dom’s Pick
Although he has failed to live up to expectations given his runaway success at York as a 2-year-old, Richard Hannon’s gelding could still be difficult to rule out in this sort of race given that he has won on the all-weather before.
He didn’t get involved at Ascot on handicap debut at Ascot but has been given a slight nudge back down the weights and this affair looks much more winnable.
Three-time course winner Trumble looks the obvious threat back at his favourite hunting ground.
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Amy Murphy’s charge has won off a 3lb higher mark than this before and only remains 5, showing he’s still got plenty of ability when winning at Wolverhampton back in October.
He has ran some crackers in tough company, including a seventh in the Stewards Cup at Glorious Goodwood, and he looks more than capable at this sort of grade.
Sir Rodneyredblood won at this track last time out and heads the dangers in a competitive looking affair.