Mad­ness can pre­vail on Chelms­ford out­ing

Nuneaton Telegraph - - FRONT PAGE -

MAD­NESS looks the safest propo­si­tion in the Irish Lotto At Hand­i­cap at Chelms­ford.

£20,000 up for grabs, a dis­ap­point­ing field of just six go to post, with O’Meara pro­vid­ing two.

in­clude the se­lec­tion and the frus­trat­ing Fir­ma­ment, who will surely pop one day but per­haps this is not the time.

is no doubt Fir­ma­ment is weighted to win, and he ran re­spectably last out, but the form book sug­gests he is bet­ter in a big­ger field.

has also been a long time be­tween drinks for Myth­i­cal Mad­ness, 10 races in but he did win in July whereas his sta­ble­mate is two whole years with­out a

of O’Meara’s run­ners come with­out warn­ing, as Myth­i­cal Mad­ness likes to late, but the small field should help that and there are big­ger ques­tion over all of the others.

totepool Cash­back Club At tote­s­ EBF Fil­lies’ Novice

AS­takes looks most in­ter­est­ing race on the card on pa­per with sev­eral nicely-bred

it often pays to side with ex­pe­ri­ence and John Gos­den’s Jadeerah has sec­ond in both her starts to date, just get­ting run down close home time. The Frankel filly, out of a dam who was third in the Guineas, did every­thing

at Kemp­ton only to be de­nied close home and while she is up against some types, from a good draw she should be hard to beat.

Lacey’s Jester Jet has had the mis­for­tune of bump­ing into two well-above re­cruits to the chas­ing game this year, but can bag a valu­able suc­cess the event­mas­ Lady Go­diva Mares’ Novices’ Chase at War­wick. smart hur­dler, she won a valu­able prize at the Grand Na­tional meet­ing and be even bet­ter over fences. her chas­ing de­but she was beaten into sec­ond by Bags Groove, who is al­ready from three this sea­son and looks a fine re­cruit to the fenc­ing game. then went to Mar­ket Rasen for a Listed event, where the front-run­ning

Ben­e­fit just had a bit too much speed for her over an ex­tended two although she was stay­ing on all the way to the line.

she only went down by two lengths to Bags Groove and just over a length Maria’s Ben­e­fit, it will take a smart mare to beat her. Rus­sell suf­fered a blow when One For Arthur ex­ited early on Satur­day on come­back, but the ex­cit­ing High­land Hunter can put the smile back on her only de­feat to date came in a Grade Two bumper at Ain­tree, but the fact he ran in that shows the re­gard in which he is held.

win­ning at Ayr, he must defy a penalty in the 188Bet Casino Novices’ at New­cas­tle but should be up to the task. High could be pretty de­cent over fences for Tim Easterby and is out again the Bet & Watch At Novices’ Chase.

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