Zeshov weighted to strike at Yarmouth

Zeshov has dropped to a dangerous mark and is of major interest in the 17.10 at Yarmouth today following an eye-catching effort last time out.

The gelding was last successful in a 7f contest at Newmarket 13 months ago off a mark of 73 when trained by Jeremy Noseda, going down by 1/2 a length before being awarded the race in the stewards’ room.

Now in the care of Rebecca Bastiman the five-year-old is able to race off a reduced rating of 65 and has shaped as if gradually coming to the boil for his new handler.

In the last of those runs at Beverley, Zeshov was making stealthy headway from the rear two from gome before getting reapeatedly denied a clear run and eventually being eased to finish a not knocked about eighth.

In my eyes he would have gone very close granted a clear passage, and with Lewis Edmunds in the saddle taking off 5lb with his claim this looks a nice eopportunity for him to gain compensation and get back on the scoresheet.

Daily Sport recommended bet: 3pts win Zeshov (5/2 generally available – use BOG firms)

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