Tonight's racing: three runners to watch at Chelmsford and Wolverhampton
There is a double helping of all-weather action this evening at Chelmsford and Wolverhampton. Here are three that catch the eyefor tonight's cards. . .
Key To Power
Mark Johnston and Joe Fanning have both been in the winners in the last couple of weeks and combine with this potentially smart three-year-old filly.
This daughter of Slade Power only ran once as a juvenile when finishing second to Queen Of Bermuda at Thirsk in May. The winnerhas since won a Group 3 at Ayr and finished second in a French Group 2, while the third won a valuable sales race at York's Ebor meeting.
It was no surprise Key To Power bolted up at Lingfield 19 days ago and she should follow up en route to bigger and better things.
Ryan Moore has three rides at Chelmsford tonight but Primero could prove to be the most interesting of them. The David O'Meara-trainedrunnersits at the top of the weights against four rivals for thetwo mile handicap.
While Lucky Deal undoubtedly represents a big threat, the six-year-old could prove a different proposition tackling this trip for the first time. He has plenty of smart form over shorter trips and the booking of Moore for the first time is certainly eyecatching.
Paul George is still a relative newcomer in the training ranks but has already proved himself as a shrewd man when placing his horses.
Six of his 12 runners on the Flatthis year have finished in the first four, with two winning, and Halle's Harbour is one of two horses he sends to Wolverhampton this evening.
The three-year-old produced a career-best performance to win at Kempton in early January over this trip and could be up to defying a 6lb rise. Edward Greatrex rode her for the first time at Kempton and stays aboard today.
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