BetBright Eyecatchers continue to deliver on early promise!
Previous eyecatchers to score for us in the last week include: Dark Reckoning (25/1 Ayr), Lady Of Dubai (6/4f – Newmarket), Flash Fire (1/1f – Catterick) and Marsh Hawk (4/7f – Newbury).
In the past week, we were impressed by some prominent figures at Sandown, Yarmouth and Ayr.
Here they are in all their glory, for those of you with a keen eye for spotting nice early value in the horse racing betting markets, you might just thank us in the coming weeks!
Delusional (Sandown – 17 September)
Put up an improved effort from his debut run to finish runner-up in this Sandown maiden. Roger Charlton’s inmate looked a major victim of the slow early gallop having been held-up and all in all did well to finish second.
A son of Oasis Dream out of A Montjeu mare his Juddmonte pedigree should see him win races and it may be in nursery company where he strikes. Looks like a mile, even as a juvenile will suit.
Hadaatha (Yarmouth – 17 September)
We’re sure connections will be looking at group races after this listed success for Hadaatha. Trained by Roger Varian, who continues his strong finish to the year this daughter of Sea The Stars looks capable of winning again.
Having returned from a four month break she did well to win here given her style wouldn’t have been best suited to Yarmouth sharpish track. The handicapper has since given her a mark of 99, but we think she can rate higher.
Shot In The Sun (Ayr – 18 September)
Has been dropped a further two lbs for this unlucky effort where she found plenty of trouble in running. This day it looked as if she would go close, but things just didn’t fall her way. If connections stick to a mile she is a horse to keep on the right side of.
Richard Fahey’s daughter of Kodiac isn’t over big so we’d be a little bit weary of her carry big weights and that’s something to just bear in mind. Genuine good ground or sod with a little bit of cut will suit best.
Trail Blaze (Ayr – 18 September)
Signs once more that he may be coming back to a bit of form here at Ayr. Was made plenty use of early from a wide draw, but stuck at it well enough late in the day.
Interesting the handicapper has further dropped him a pound for this effort and he is now a full seven lbs below his last winning mark. On fast ground, over a mile and on a sharp turning track he would make plenty of appeal.
Very Special (Yarmouth – 18 September)
As ever in this column we try to flag up horses that might apply their trade near the top of the tree. With that in mind Very Special is a filly to keep onside if her debut effort at Yarmouth is anything to go by.
Having been a little slow and green away she came through late to win like a really good horse. A half-sister to Fillies´ Mile winner Chriselliam this filly may have 1000 Guineas aspirations down the line.
We wish you good fortune when backing your horses throughout the rest of the week – bet responsibly and good luck!