Tom Collins provides a simple Placepot perm for Ffos Las on Wednesday
The Ffos Las Placepot is unlikely to produce a bumper payout that challenges the record £91,744 to £1 units at Cheltenham in December 2015, but it certainly looks the most attractive card for the bet on Wednesday.
The opening 2m maiden hurdle (12.30) provides a nice warm-up for competitive contests later on the card. There isn't much form on offer but the best is provided by Nada To Prada, who looks banker material after a fine reappearance second at Hexham.
Hat-trick seeker Robin Of Sherwood will be all the rage in the following 2m5f chase (1.05) and rightly so after two course successes. One at a bigger price is Do It For Thy Sen, who ran with promise in a couple of novice events last term.
It is hard to see Mr Grey Sky out of the frame in leg three (1.40), while Destined To Shine can bounce back to form after a disappointing display in leg four (2.15). He is coupled with potential improver Hill Sixteen.
Bottomweight Out The Glen is the solid option in the penultimate contest (2.50) after a string of consistent efforts, but the runner of most interest is Caswell Bay, who takes a notable drop in grade .
Finally, take Jurys Out for the in-form Venetia Williams in the 3m handicap chase (3.25) alongside the interesting Silent Man, who makes his debut for Tom Lacey after a spell pointing. He looks well-treated.
Ffos Las Placepot Perm
9 Nada To Prada
6 Robin Of Sherwood
7 Do It For Thy Sen
3 Mr Grey Sky
3 Destined To Shine
4 Hill Sixteen
2 Caswell Bay
9 Out The Glen
1 Jurys Out
9 Silent Man
1x2x1x2x2x2 = 16 lines
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