Free Tip – Ange Endormi’s Handicap Mark Remains Very Lenient

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Here’s today’s selection

1:00 Cartmel – Ange Endormi

The heatwave affecting most of England has put paid to most of the racing on Monday and Tuesday, but Ayr and Cartmel survive in more temperate climes, and the fields have held up remarkably well given the circumstances.

Over the sticks, there are a couple of intriguing handicap hurdles, starting with the Molson Coors Handicap Hurdle, in which Ange Endormi is selected as the bet of the day. A son of Leading Light, Ange Endormi showed a fairly useful level of ability in bumpers for Ben Pauling, finishing third to Wiseguy and Hillcrest on his debut. He hasn’t matched that form over hurdles, but the Pauling stable form may have been a factor early on, and he wasn’t given many chances in handicaps before being bought to join the local Cumbrian yard of Barbara Butterworth.

Of those runs, he ran with a fair degree of credit when twice placed over 2½m at Southwell in the spring (blinkered both times), behind a subsequent winner on the first occasion, and in front of one on the second. He ran poorly upped to 3m on his final start for his previous yard, but was back to his best when a 1½-length second to On We Go over this C&D on his debut for Butterworth last month. His rider dropped his whip that day, and he pulled 22 lengths clear of the others, so it should pay to be positive about the form.

Ange Endormi clearly doesn’t need headgear to show his form, and he’s worth backing to prove that his new trainer has quickly found the key, while his handicap mark remains very lenient based on the form of his bumper debut.

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