The dudes are waiting!

Proform

Well February has got off to a flying start. Of the nine eye-catchers I’ve given positive mentions too on the blog over the last few weeks, a total of zero have won. One or two have shown promise for next time, one or two have simply ran terribly. Really disappointed with Big Windmill yesterday. He jumped poorly in truth and was just on the back foot from the first fence. He shaped like that track/trip is too sharp for him. Line through it and move on.

I’m writing this Sunday evening as I’ll be up till god knows what time watching Tom Brady win the Superbowl MVP and Lady Gaga lighting up half time (food break and beer).

Two average meetings on Monday, just a couple of Proform notes in terms of trainer form. Ken Slack, Tracy Waggott and Chris Dwyer have all had a 66.67% strike rate of win & placed horses the last 2 weeks. Ian Williams has sent out 23 runners in the last 14 days, 9 have won.

I will only pass on one horse today from the list and hopefully this one will break the blog hoodoo. HYMN FOR THE DUDES (5.50 Wolverhampton) was a huge eye-catcher two starts back when basically finishing on the bridle back on the 31st May. On the back of that run he was off the track for 8 months before re-appearing at Wolverhampton on Jan 23rd. He clearly needed it and after travelling well through the race he was forced wide and weakened late on in a race where Adam Kirby seemed to be given a charmed life if you get my drift.

The key to this is, I’m sure this was a quiet ride to get him spot on. He is clearly better than his mark of 51 and even more importantly, Adam Kirby has been booked for the ride too. Whilst I am writing this his price is already starting to go tonight, but there is still some 5/1 about so I am happy to put him up.

COLD FUSION is in the same race and it will be interesting to see how she fares back here compared to Southwell last week. I may have a final tiny saver on her as a last chance saloon before she is dropped off the list.

Hymn For The Dudes – 2pts win @ 5/1.

Have fun tonight and be lucky tomorrow!

MG

Proform

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