Sweetspots: Prescott to hold court now that it is time for Tennis
David Dennis has a nine per cent strike-rate, rising to 24 per cent with horses who reappear having won within the previous seven days. Danecase bids to follow up his recent win in Windsor’s 4.40.
Sir Mark Prescott has a 25 per cent strike-rate (7-27) with horses who had been declared a non-runner seven days previously. Prescott’s Bath And Tennis is one such runner and goes in the 1.55 at Chelmsford.
Michael Wigham has a 27 per cent strike-rate with his handicap debutants. Backing each runner to a £1 level stake would have yielded a profit of £12. Wigham’s Waggle runs in handicap company for the first time in the 3.05 at Chelmsford.
Altruism has now recorded four wins from five starts at Cartmel. The Jimmy Moffatt-trained gelding goes in the 3.55.