David Pipe: trains Dr Harper who makes his debut at TauntonPICTURE: Edward Whitaker (racingpost.com/photos)
Doctor Harper backed to make winning start
THERE is no form to go on for what looks a very interesting bumper at Taunton this afternoon, (3.50) as 12 runners make their racecourse debut, so the support behind David Pipe's newcomer Doctor Harper appears very significant.
In the colours of David Johnson, there are plenty of bumper winners in Doctor Harper's pedigree, and the four-year-old is now a best-priced 11-10 shot from 5-2, and is odds-on in places.
At Kempton this evening there has been support for Pairumani Prince in division two of the 1m nursery.
The juvenile is now down to 4-1 having been 13-2, and trainer Ed Dunlop said on his website: "He ran well last time, is well drawn and should go well."