The Punt Daily: Tom Collins with three to follow on Sunday
Christopher Wood(2.30 Ffos Las)
Impressive debut winner when fancied in the market at Salisbury back in June, before finishing fourth when trying to give weight away to decent rivals in an Ascot novice three weeks later. His first success showed that he handles cut in the ground, which he is likely to get here, and the break since his last run should have given him time to progress physically and mentally. He holds the best form and it would be disappointing if he didn't win.
Roundhay Park(4.15 Bath)
Nigel Tinkler doesn't send runners to Bath regularly (one winner from just three runners at the track in the last five years) and Roundhay Park looks to have significant claims in the nursery handicap. You have to hope that his terrible debut effort wasn't due to the good to soft ground and instead just a lack of experience, but since then he has looked a decent performer. Winner on his third start, and unlucky on both of his other two runs, he should stalk the pace before striking late.
Champagne Champ(4.00 Ffos Las)
A consistent Rod Millman-trained stayer who has won three of four career starts at the Welsh track. He has his first start back here since winning easily over this trip in July last year and is back to 3lb higher than his last winning mark after some average efforts. His only danger looks to be Rolling Maul, who is surprisingly unbeaten in three starts on the Flat, but he was all out to win off a 6lb lower mark last time out and Champagne Champ looks the one to be with at the prices.
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