Reset City still ahead of the handicapper
SINCE joining Mark Johnston, Reset City has only finished out of the first two once in five starts, and bids to continue her progress in the 1m2f handicap at Beverley this afternoon (4.00).
The seven-year-old mare was a winner over course and distance earlier in the month, and Charlie Johnston, son and assistant to trainer Mark Johnston, said: "She has been in good form since joining us and I think she was really unlucky to get chinned at Brighton last time. The track and trip will suit her and she is still ahead of the handicapper, so everything is in her favour."
It is a competitive race, with Saint Thomas and Carragold also successful over course and distance, while Hydrant and Honoured both come into the contest off the back of wins.
As well as Beverley, there is Flat action from Brighton and Newbury, plus jumps action at Newton Abbot and a mixed card from Ballinrobe.
Today's key pointers
1. Cape Cross three-year-olds have produced notable statistics at Beverley since the start of 2012, with five winners and four second places from nine runners. Tallaay goes in the 5.00.
2.Nicole Nordblad hasn't visited Brighton too often but her record when she does take a ride reads an impressive 11112.
Pointers courtesy of Raceform Interactive
Ballinrobe: good, good to firm in places
Brighton: good to firm
Newbury: good to firm
Newton Abbot: good, good to firm in places