Horses To Notebook from November (Part II)

Our excellent run of form for November continues during what has been an incredibly consistent and profitable period for us (62% ROI) with recent highlights including Hidden Beauty (4/1), Timberman (3/1) and Fanion D’Estruval (11/4) to name just a few.

Over the past week or two several more horses have caught the eye and the below three must all be kept on side and notebooked. All are well regraded with one of the below due out next week:


SIR WINSTON: The Roger Varian yard were left a little underwhelmed by the fact this colt by Churchill couldn’t get off the mark at Wolverhampton last time, but having been unsuited by the track that day it is felt he’ll be well suited by the return to a more galloping track such as Newcastle or Kempton. With the option of handicaps connections feel he’ll take plenty of beating wherever he goes next.

HERMES LE GRIS: A well regarded horse, this Warren Greatrex trained four-year old ran a massive race on debut when outstayed by a smart type at Catterick that day. Hermes Le Gris arguably did a little too much up front that day having been ridden like the best horse in the race and under a more conservative ride next time out the yard feel this horse will be very heard to beat in a similar bumper. He’ll make up into an even better hurdler and is a horse to keep on side this season.

LYDFORD: The Dan Skelton yard are enjoying an incredible start to the new season and this ex-flat trained horse who was a decent performer on the level is felt to be a ‘nailed-on’ winner of a maiden or introductory hurdle in the near future. He is entered up at both Southwell on Tuesday and Haydock on Wednesday and whichever entry he takes up, the in-form yard feel he’ll be extremely hard to beat having now had an outing over the hurdles.

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