Sweetspots: Quick turnaround not an issue for Tate’s Implicit
When Chris Wall and James Doyle team up at Newmarket they have a flawless 100 per cent record, and they join forces with Zeyzoun (5.55). His form has been a bit mixed this season but he wasn’t beaten far last time and rain would suit.
Saeed Bin Suroor has a 30 per cent record with first-time geldings. Moving Forward, who runs in the 3.50 Wolverhampton, steps into handicap company for the first time with the yard in good form and it wouldn’t be a surprise to see him take this.
When James Tate sends out runners who have won within the last seven days, he has a 40 per cent strike-rate. In the 3.30 at Newbury, Tate’s Implicit will look to follow up on her victory at Chelmsford last Friday. The improving filly will have to handle a step up in class but she could well be up to it.
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