Glen Lomond – 1.50 Musselburgh (20/1 – bet365)
The opening contest at Musselburgh holds Thursday’s each-way bet, in the form of Jim Goldie’s Glen Lomond.
The three-year-old is yet to start under rules, but the gelding looks bred to race in the sprint distances.
His brother (Lord Of The Glen) has won six times over this distance while his dam (Glenlini) placed at five furlongs on just her second start.
His dam’s half-brother (Jack Dexter) won at Group 3 level over six furlongs and her half-sister (Glenluji) is a C&D winner at Musselburgh.
With a price of 20/1, Glen Lomond may be worth taking a chance on to snatch a place here.