An­gel de­light for South­well

Nuneaton Telegraph - - FRONT PAGE -

has al­ready scored twice at South­well in the last cou­ple of weeks can make it three on the bounce on the all­weather sur­face in the Bet­way Your Hunch Hand­i­cap.

Karl Burke-trained four-yearold struck twice in suc­ces­sion at the

cir­cuit in Jan­uary and has re­dis­cov­ered his form as 2018 is to end.

two lat­est suc­cesses have been over seven fur­longs, rather than this six, the drop back in trip should not be an is­sue as he has been well in con­trol way out in those races.

might have a prof­itable af­ter­noon, as Wind Storm has claims in the Bet­way Me­dian Auc­tion Stakes.

is still a maiden af­ter five starts, but only two for Burke and was clear

of the rest when sec­ond at New­cas­tle when last seen.

Car­bon­a­tor is proven on the Fi­bre­sand and a re­turn to the Not­ting­hamshire is ex­pected to bring out the best of him for the Bet­way Boost Hand­i­cap.

Kirby’s three-year-old geld­ing has won twice from five tries here and only out of the first three once.

has in fact largely been con­sis­tent at his level all year and ran an­other race when last seen at Bev­er­ley in Au­gust, keep­ing on well to be third.

has been knock­ing on the door here and her lat­est chance comes in the Top Tip­ster Tem­ple­gate At Sun Racing Hand­i­cap.

Ap­pleby’s filly should thrive on her first try at seven fur­longs on the and has been dropped a handy pound for her lat­est ef­fort, a stay­ing-on over six fur­longs last month.

gets the nod in the be­ty­our­way At Bet­way Hand­i­cap. Scott Dixon’s charge en­joy be­ing back at South­well, where he won two on the bounce back in

Re­spon­si­bly can give pun­ters some pre-Christ­mas cheer in the Sky Sports Launch­ing Jan­uary 1st Hand­i­cap Chase at Fak­en­ham.

nine-year-old should ar­rive cherry ripe at the Nor­folk track fol­low­ing an ef­fort at Here­ford five weeks ago, on his first run since May.

Oliver Sher­wood-trained geld­ing was en­ti­tled to be a lit­tle ringrusty – there was no deny­ing his eye­catch­ing dis­play.

in the early stages and a lit­tle keen, En­joy Re­spon­si­bly made

late progress to be only beaten a length and a half in third place Touch Kick when sent off a 25-1 shot.

can show her 20-1 suc­cess at Wetherby last month was no fluke by up in the Sup­port The In­jured Jock­eys Fund Ju­ve­nile Hur­dle at

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