Time may tell BOBO MAC (NAP) (best price 11-8) was beaten by a smart horse on his first start for new connections at Ludlow last time out and this looks a good opportunity for Tom Symonds’ inmate to finally get off the mark. A useful, but slightly frustrating 11-race maiden when trained by Gordon Elliot, the son of Whitmore’s Conn did, however, run some fine races in defeat against some useful opponents in his native land and on the evidence on his effort at the Shropshire venue, he looks set to carry that smart form over to this side of the Irish Sea. The combination of probably just needing the run after a two-month break and the sharp nature of the two miles just found out the six-year-old grey 26-days, but now stepping up in trip with that all-important run under his belt, there can be no excuses if he fluffs his lines this time around.£10 Free Credit and a £500 Deposit Bonus
GOSSIPING (best price 3-1) thoroughly deserves the step up in class based on his speed figures and given that he’s also proven over today’s C&D, he looks set to play a significant role. Winner of a Class 6 handicap at Wolverhampton three starts ago, Gary Moore’s posted the sort of numbers which immediately pointed towards him being several grades higher and although he fluffed his lines when a short price favourite to follow up at the same track next time, there were legitimate excuses for that reversal. Back on track when getting a more evenly-run race here last time, he has the cruising speed and turn of foot to make his mark off his new rating.