Weblec King has been airborne this time and looks the one to beat in the first at Sandown Park this evening. The talented son of Kinloch Brae strung together three consecutive and impressive wins before hitting the line well to finish third in a tougher race here last week, and he is rock-hard fit for this assignment. With appropriate luck from the potentially awkward box 6, he can fight out the finish.
Bad luck looks his only real danger, so I’m keen to use my daily Price Boost on Weblec King to lock in higher odds.
Zipping Dodge will enjoy a drop in class into the third at Sandown Park tonight and will take beating. The two-year-old son of Barcia Bale scored a dominant win at Sale three starts back and has since finished off well to finish second and third respectively in 525m races at The Meadows. He’s another dog that does require some early luck, but if he gets it, he is clearly the one to beat.
Back Up #7 Wears Woodleigh
Wears Woodleigh has returned several pleasing efforts recently and is typically suited to a wide draw, so I’m going to open the punters toolbox and use Back Up.
Ernesto Bale has mixed his form a little bit this time, but his best form puts him ahead of these rivals and I think he’ll be tough to beat. Ernesto Bale scored the clock to record an easy win at The Meadows two back, and a repeat of that performance would see him winning this easily as well.