Haulani has plenty going form him in the 4.25 at Brighton today and looks worth a bet at 9/2.
Philip Hide’s charge won his maiden at this venue last August before going on to land a 9-runner handicap at Salisbury off a mark of 73.
He was also far from disgraced on his final start last season when third at Newcastle off 82, and having srarted the camapign on 81 is now able to race off 73 – the same as when last victorious.
Haulani also comes into the contest having posted his best effort this season when third of 10 to Fast And Hot at Windsor.
The three-year-old also has a 40% strike rate in the grade, has form with cut in the ground, and now gets fitted with the blinkers for the first time.
If the new headgear has the desired effect he lools weighted to get back on the scoresheet at a track where he is 1-1.
Daily Sport recommended bet: 2pts win Haulani (9/2 generally available – use BOG firms)