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Here’s today’s selection

1.52 – Market Rasen – Gumbo Flyer

Do I head south to Leicester or north to Rasen today? Leicester wins in terms of travel time, but the lure of two low-grade chases and the possibility of some excellent sausages for lunch mean Rasen is currently priced 1/3 (max a tenner).

The first of those chases takes place at 1.52, and while paper favourite Begoodtoyourself is doing little wrong and probably deserves a win, he keeps getting nudged up the weights without winning, and this ground promises to be slow enough for him if the forecast rain arrives. He’s still a maiden after eighteen starts and when all’s said and done, that’s enough to make me look elsewhere at the price.

But where do you look? Dallas Cowboy might have been interesting at a track he likes had he had a couple of starts to get him fit, but he’s no great record fresh and that’s a worry. Similar comments apply to Torrent Des Mottes and Newberry New, and it’s a couple of first-time chasers that make mosty appeal.

I find Tom Lacey a hard trainer to read, but after a break (and with the addition of a tongue-tie) might be the time to catch Nocte Volatus, bred to make a chaser but his form over hurdles is very patchy. At twice the price I’d rather chance Paul Webber’s GUMBO FLYER, who is a big unit, made to jump fences and if he can recapture his useful bumper form he’d have a great chance in a modest race.

Cheekpieces are swapped for blinkers for his return and if he takes to the job, might prove good enough.

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