Here is tomorrow’s preview at Plumpton with my Colossus Place 6 ticket attached at the bottom of the article.
Leg 1: 13.20 - Western House Hotel Staycation Maiden Hurdle (GBB Race)
GOLD CUP BAILLY was an excellent third in a big-field event a fortnight ago and should take some beating here with plenty more to come, while AHOY SENOR is related to some useful types and was a good second in a strong bumper here on debut for Lucinda Russell.
Tips: GOLD CUP BAILLY, AHOY SENOR
Leg 2: 13.55 - Ayr Racecourse Gift Vouchers Handicap Chase
GIPSY LEE ROSE has been very consistent of late and shouldn’t have any trouble dropping back in trip for today’s event. DO NOT DISTURB was a good third over C&D back October and should go well in calmer waters from a reduced mark.
Tips: GIPSY LEE ROSE, DO NOT DISTURB
Leg 3: 14.30 - Stunning Weddings At Western House Hotel Conditional Jockeys' Handicap Hurdle
Previous C&D winner STORM NELSON remains lightly raced for his age and has a chance on these terms. BORDER VICTOR has a patchy profile but if he’s on a going day, there’s no doubt he can put in a big performance with conditions to suit.
Tips: STORM NELSON, BORDER VICTOR
Leg 4: 15.05 - Ayrshire Cancer Support Handicap Chase
It could be worth taking a chance on TOUCH KICK who has shaped well in higher graded events than this of late and, if the application of a tongue strap and cheek-pieces has the desired effect, he has the class to win this race. VICTORY ECHO is a huge danger if again allowed to dominate on the front end.
Tips: TOUCH KICK, VICTORY ECHO
Leg 5: 15.40 - Join Racing TV Now Handicap Hurdle (Qualifier For The Northern Lights Stayers Hurdle Series)
DOYEN BREED looks the solid option having finished runner-up on both outings, most recently when just touched off here back in November. He’s gone up 3Ib as a result but looks set to run another big race with the remainder hard to recommend.
Tips: DOYEN BREED
Leg 6: 16.10 - Thank You NHS Novices' Limited Handicap Chase (GBB Race)
It will take a leap of faith to suggest UNCLE ALISTAIR will win this on his return to action but he looked smart beforehand at a fair standard and has undergone a wind operation recently. KALAHARRY has plenty of useful form at this track and should appreciate the step up in trip here having stayed on strongly to finish an eye-catching third at Carlisle earlier this month.
Tips: UNCLE ALISTAIR, KALAHARRY