Free Tip – Double Figure Price – Show Me A Sunset

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Here’s today’s selection

6:00 Chelmsford – Show Me A Sunset

There was barely a dry eye in the house last week as Ornate rolled back the years to fight off Angle Land (reopposes here) and the rest here last week. The veteran seemed in terminal decline in the summer, but that win shows that the fire still burns at the age of nine.

He’s got a harder task today, not just because of the 4lb penalty for that – hardly a concern given the level he was capable of a year or so ago – but he faces several other potential front runners, and sadly for him, despite being drawn four, the pace angles are all on his inside, which makes his task look much harder than at first glance.

It does often pay to be up with the pace at Chelmsford but this really does have the potential to fall apart late in the piece, and at a double-figure price I’d be willing to give SHOW ME A SUNSET a spin-up on his first start for the Michaels Murphy and Keady.

It would be fair to say his previous trainer, Robert Cowell, has had a moderate year by his own high stands (just the 14 winners this calendar year, compared to 32 by this time the year before) and a switch of scenery might not do Show For A Sunset any harm at all. Keady and Murphy have a 100% record first time with Cowell cast-offs, winning with both Cooperation and Temple Bruer in August. Show Me A Sunset is without the cheekpieces he’d worn latterly for his old yard, but the two winners mentioned were also in a change of headgear.

Normally Show Me A Sunset’s come-from behind style would mean he’d need a slice of luck, but the forecast strong pace should see this falling into his lap. His Chelmsford record reads 1423, and he is lower in the weights than for any of those efforts.

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