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Today’s best bet is a jumper going places. He runs in the WEATHERBYS PRIVATE BANKING GRADUATION CHASE at Kempton and he’s called Fox Appeal.
Emma Lavelle’s jumping star has some top-class form on his CV from last season, the pick of which was when he flew home by ten lengths in the Grade Two event at Ascot beating Raya Star with ease.
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The seven-year-old went winless in four subsequent starts, but equalled his career-best when third in a Grade 2 over course and distance in February when behind the classy Balder Sucess.
You can forgive him a below par effort at Aintree, where his jumping went to pot as it was a long hard season for the jumper and he’s a much better operator at this time of year.
He faced a tough task on his comeback run at Market Rasen off top weight in a competitive handicap but ran with vigour finishing a close fourth after jumping like a stag throughout.
He should improve for that outing and Lavelle looks to have thrown him into a winnable race. It will be disappointing if he doesn’t win at 2/1.
Galway Plate winner Road to Riches made the step up to class one in style with an emphatic victory in the Champion Chase at Down Royal, which saw Gold Cup hope Boston Bob toil in third.
The Paul Carberry ridden horse is now as short as 25/1 for the Gold Cup and has the perfect kind of profile to progress.
The old boy Menorah also burst back to his best when puttting in a superb display to beat the favourite Silviniaco Conti and win the Charlie Hall Chase at Wetherby on Saturday.
Paul Nicholls’ top-class chaser looked the likely winner with two to jump but folded tamely in the closing stages – giving the impression that he would come on for the run. He is now out to 14/1 for the Gold Cup.
The 8/1 winner ridden by Richard Johnson and trained by Philip Hobbs was always going comfortably just behind the long-time leader and showed a strong finishing kick to win going away.
The Hobbs yard has started the season on fire and Menorah is being aimed at the King George but can be backed at 25/1 for the Gold Cup.