Sweetspots: Follow Fry’s Jeremiah James on racecourse debut
Since the declaration of wind ops, Warren Greatrex is four from seven with those having their first run since surgery. Bumper and point-to-point winner Don Des Fosses may be able to get back on track in the 3.10 at Fakenham.
Hughie Morrison has a 17 per cent strike-rate with handicap debutantes (£24.74 to a level-stakes profit) and his Equiano filly Racehorse looks to have been found a decent opportunity in the 3.00 at Brighton.
Harry Fry boasts a 25 per cent strike-rate with his newcomers over jumps and is one from three with such runners at Exeter. Jeremiah James looks worthy of support for his debut in the 8.20.
Master Workman won Fakenham’s 4.45 hunter chase last year and looks set for a repeat success. He has been in good form in point-to-points recently and had one of today’s rivals well behind when winning at Higham last month.