Sweetspots: Global influence lies with Dunlop and De Sousa
Marcus Tregoning is 7-20 with his runners at Chepstow and also shows a level-stakes profit of £20.08 with handicap debutants. Waqt (2.40) was second in his first two qualifying runs and can bounce back to form.
Seamus Durack has had two winners and two seconds from his last five runners and Never Folding can add to his recent success in the 5.20 at Kempton. Connections have been experimenting with trips, but this return to 7f looks a smart move.
Ed Dunlop and Silvestre de Sousa improve their individual strike-rates of 12 per cent and 20 per cent at Lingfield to 40 per cent when combining. They team up just once with Global Exceed (3.50) and he can resume his progress after perhaps finding the race coming too soon when below par on the all-weather last month.