Warwick Previews

Help yourself to the 7/1 about Heezararity

Heezararity narrowly failed to land a 33/1 punt for us last time out, and is of serious interest at 7/1 in the 4.20 at Warwick.

Stuart Kittow’s charge looked the likely winner of a decent 7f contest at Newbury two weeks ago until getting collared close home and being beaten a length into third by Ellie In The Pink.

That was his first run for 75 days, and the handicapper seems to have taken a chance in raising him just 2lb to a mark of 68.

I think that he is certainly capable of winning from that rating having shown distinct promise in several runs prior to his placing without being knocked about.

The gelding caught the eye on his debut in a Newbury maiden when staying on from well off the pace under a tender ride to finish a never nearer 7th of 15 to Mantoba.

He then ran a similar race when returned to the Berkshire track when 7th of 17 to Quadrant in a contest that has thrown up plenty of subsequent winners.

The son of Librettist then went into my notebook as one to keep an eye on went sent handicapping when again putting in good late work to finish 6th of 18 to Emilio Largo in a 7f maiden at Salisbury.

I am convinced he will win sooner rather than later, and today’s step up in trip to a mile looks sure to suit, with Louis Beuzelin also taking off another 3lb everything looks in place for a huge run, and to me he is far too big a price at the 7/1 on offer with Stan James.

Daily Sport recommended bet: 3pts each-way Heezararity (7/1 Stan James)

11/2 Lechlade Lass poised to strike

Lechlade Lass really caught the eye when third last time out and makes plenty of appeal at 11/2 in the finale at Warwick (5.20).

Adrian Chamerlain’s filly was too green to do herself justice in four maiden runs but shaped with plenty of promise on her handicap debut over a mile at Kempton when staying on powerfully from off the pace to be beaten 4 1/2 lengths into third by Mister Fantastic.

That effort suggested that a step up in trip would bring about even further improvement, and connections have wasted no time in upping her to 1m 4f.

To me she definitely has more to offer, and the handicapper has been kind in dropping her a pound to a mark off just 53.

She is certainly capable of scoring of that rating if building on her latest effort, and her handler has found a very weak contest for her this afternoon which gives her every chance of coming good at the sixth time of asking.

With Danny Brock taking off another 5lb she must take all the beating from a handicapping perspective and at 11/2 looks a cracking punt.

Daily Sport recommended bet: 3pts win Lechlade Lass (11/2 Boylesports – BOG, Stan James)

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