Warwick Wagers

Satou an each-way steal at 6s

The unexposed Satou looked a handicapper to keep on the right side when scoring last time out and looks solid value at 6/1 to follow-up in the 2.20 at Warwick today.

The ex-french youngster got up in a driving finish to beat Appleaday by a short-head but was value for more than the winning margin as he was stopped in his tracks by a bad mistake two from home before rallying gamely to land the spoils.

That makes a 4lb rise in the weights look on the lenient side, especially as the five-year-old was having only his second start over fences for the in-form Philip Hobbs team.

To me he looks the type who has plenty more improvement in the locker and with the trip and ground ideal this looks a great opportunity for him to go in again.

I┬áthink that he could be at least 7lb better than his current mark, and if that’s the case then he must take all the beating.

At 6/1 he looks an each-way steal.

Daily Sport recommended bet: 3pts each-way Satou (6/1 generally available – use BOG)

Boss the bet at 4/1

Course and distance winner The Boss looks the one they all have to beat in the 2.50 Warwick and makes plenty of appeal at 4/1

Jeremy Scott’s charge rounded off a good campaign last season when scoring here by 1/2 a length from Equity Release off a mark of 105 and is now 1lb lower in the weights.

That gives him an outstanding chance from a handicapping perspective and he shaped as if ready to take advantage with a promising effort last time out when runner-up to Back Bob Back at Newbury.

Although no match for the winner that day he kept on really well to be beaten 7 lengths without being knocked about once it was clear he would not be winning and that run should have put him spot on for this.

At 4/1 he rates the best bet on the card.

Daily Sport recommended bet: 5pts win The Boss (4/1 generally available – use BOG firms)

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