15/2 Flashjack too well-treated to ignore at Exeter

Flashjack has slipped to a handy mark and looks wroth siding with at 15/2 in the 3.50 at Exeter today.

Henry Daly’s charge was a dual winner over hurdles last season, with the last of those successes coming in the mud at Towcester off an oficial rating of 127.

He was allotted an opening handicap mark of 130 on the back of that victory and sent of 8/1 joint-second favourite for a valuable 18-runner class 1 novices handicap hurdle final at Sandown won by Barney Dwan where he was plugging on but had no chnace of winning when falling at the last.

Things haven’t gon to plan in four starts over fences this season, but he wasn’t running a bad race on debut over the larger obstacles when in third place when falling at the last in a race won by Actinpieces.

Having started the canmpaign on a rating of 126 he is niow able to race off 117 and that makes him potentialy very well-treated judged on his hurdles form.

He has also won twice and been placed on two occasions from seven starts in the grade (class 4) and is simply too well-treated to ignore in thsi line-up.

Daily Sport recommended bet: 2pts win Flashjack (15/2 bet365 – BOG)

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