Three Haydock Hotties

Get Me Out Of Here too big at 10s

Get Me Out Of Here would outclass his rivals as his best in the 12.50 Haydock and looks worth chancing at 10/1.

Jonjo O’Neill’s charge looked destined for the top as a juvenile when landing the valuable totesport Trophy at Newbury before getting beat a head by Menorah in the Supreme Novices’ Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival.

However he clearly suffered some training problems and things didn’t go right for him last season when he failed to get on the score sheet.

But he did show that he retains plenty of ability when beaten a nose by Final approach in the County Hurdle off a mark of 148, and starts this campaign on just a 3lb higher mark.

He would not be the first horse to offer plenty as a juvenile before suffering a poor season and then bouncing back, and if connections have managed to unearth the problems that have clearly plagued him and got him back anywhere near his best then he must go close.

This is the weakest contest he has tackled, and with his stable beginning to strike form he looks too big at 10/1 for a horse of his class.

Daily Sport recommended bet: 2pts each-way Get Me Out Of Here (10/1 Stan James)


10/1 Global a Power play

Global Power was a massive eye-catcher last time out and looks cracking each-way value at 10/1 in the 2.30 at Haydock.

Oliver Sherwood’s five-year-old has a progressive profile last season and looked one to keep on the right side when runner-up on his reappearance at Chepstow.

Held up at the rear of the field that day he allowed the winner Arthurian Legend to get first run but stayed on in determined style despite a mistake at the last to be beaten just 2 1/2 lengths.

He had one of today’s rival Robinson Collonges a further 2 1/2 lengths behind in third, and I fully expect him to confirm the form on 3lb worse terms.

The handicapper has put him up 5lb for that effort to a mark of 135, but that does not look too harsh given that he looked sure to come on for the run at the Welsh track.

The step up in trip to 3m today will also suit, and at 10/1 he looks and each-way steal.

Daily Sport recommended bet: 2pts each-way Global Power (10/1 bet365, Boylseports, Victor Chandler – BOG)


Tuck into the 7/1 about Tamarin

Tamarinbleu is potentially thrown-in at the weights in the 3.40 at Haydock and has to be of serious interest at 7/1 for the in-form David Pipe team.

The 11-year-old has some high class form in the book including a second in the betfair Chase at this track back in 2008 and a win over Twist Magic in the Victor Chandler in the same year when officially rated 159.

The gelding missed whole of last season and has now been off the track for 514 days, but he does have a tremendous record fresh and is now down to a mark of just 140.

That gives him a tremendous chance from a handicapping perspective, and his shrewd connections would surely not have persevered with him if they did not think he retained enough ability to take advantage of his reduced rating.

There is little doubt that he would eat today’s opponents for breakfast if anywhere near his best, and at the odds on offer he looks overpriced in my eyes.

Daily Sport recommended bet: 3pts win Tamarinbleu (7/1 bet365, Ladbrokes – BOG)

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