Three horses to follow tonight at Market Rasen, Tramore and Chepstow
It’s time to get your second wind following a bumper afternoon of action. The evening entertainment comes from Tramore (first race 4.20), Market Rasen (4.55) and Chepstow (5.10) and here are three horses to look out for
5.30 Market Rasen
A former Prix du Cadran winner, High Jinx is a late arrival to the jumping scene but has won both starts in novice hurdles this year.
The ten-year-old disappointed in Listed company on the Flat at Sandown last month but should be seen to good effect now reverting to hurdles, despite carrying a 14lb penalty for his previous successes.
Angel Of Harlem, a handicap hurdle winner at Market Rasen last month, is the one to beat in receipt of 21lb, while Sarah Humphrey’s Brecon Hill could also be involved.
The Willie Mullins-trained Bronagh’s Belle has improved markedly for a significant step up in trip and can continue her fine form at Tramore.
Owned by Sean Sweeney, the High Chaparral filly has been raised 21lb for a Leopardstown win and runner-up effort at the Galway festival.
There remains the prospect of more to come, and having proven her versatility regarding ground conditions, she appears a solid favourite for this €13,000 handicap with Colin Keane on board.
Apprentice Scott McCullagh has made a good impression this season since joining Mick Channon and his valuable 7lb claim could prove crucial for Macho Mover in the finale at Chepstow.
The son of Camacho carries a 6lb penalty for his easy win at Windsor last week but remains reasonably treated.
This appears an ideal opportunity for the Box 41 Racing-owned three-year-old to record back-to-back wins with Foxangel his only rival arriving on the back of a victory, albeit in selling company at Leicester.
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