Firstly, it was great to get another winner in the bag at Chepstow on Monday. Peggie Sue ran a great race to claim another win for Adam West and his team. Moving on to today, I head to Windsor for a busy night.
Windsor (Tuesday, 17.00)
My first ride will be on Northbound for Hugo Palmer. He is a two-year-old Fast Company colt having just his second start.
His debut was over six furlongs and today he drops back to five. He seemed to show plenty of speed first time out so it shouldn’t be a worry coming back in trip.
Windsor (Tuesday, 18.00)
Next up, Hands Down for Nigel Tinkler is a three-year-old Mukhadram filly having her sixth career start.
She runs over six today having had her last start over seven but shows enough speed, so I look forward to learning more about her and hopefully seeing an improvement in her form.
Windsor (Tuesday, 18.30)
Amy Murphy has had a good start to the season and I take the ride on Seprani who looks a very consistent filly.
She drops back to six furlongs here having previously ran two weeks ago over seven. She showed plenty of speed and just faded the last furlong. Dropping back in trip should be ideal and she may have come on from having a run under her belt.
Windsor (Tuesday, 19.00)
Dream Today for Jamie Osborne runs in the handicap over six furlongs. His best form comes on good ground which looks hopefully to be there on Tuesday unless we get a fair bit of rain.
He has also had a recent run which he can only come on from so with a good draw, I hope we can be involved in the finish.
Windsor (Tuesday, 20.00)
Glamorous Crescent will be my final ride of the night for Christopher Mason. This filly has her second try at one mile having not disgraced herself at this trip before.
She’s had a run under her belt on the all-weather at Kempton over six furlongs and didn’t look to see the trip out so hopefully the step back up in trip will allow to her come back into form.