Chase Faller Ought To Do Better Back Over Hurdles


Expecting a stable double can be a rather naive way forward, but if Dear Ralphy has recovered from his recent fall then I think he can carry top-weight to victory in the 3.55pm at Plumpton for Anthony Honeyball. A win at Chepstow in a Class Four was sandwiched by seconds over this course and distance in November last year, and at Lingfield in late November.

Sent over the larger obstacles, he took to them like a fish to the desert, making a hash of pretty much every fence before falling at the sixth, and connections have abandoned “Plan B” for now, and send him back over hurdles which appears a wise move to me. He has already won a better race this year, proved he handles course and distance, and appreciates cut in the ground, giving him more positives than negatives in an interesting contest.   

Daily Sport Recommended Bet 1pt Win Dear Ralphy 3.55pm Plumpton 7/4 BetMGM


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