RACING journalist James Stevens (@JanesStevens180) gave us three wonderful winners debut WLB column. He’s back for more this Sunday at Huntingdon.
15:30 Huntingdon | Racing UK
Paul Nicholls’ seven-year-old Antarctica De Thaix (11/4 BetVictor) was an emphatic 49-length winner last time out, and may well be back to her best.
Her main rival, Desert Queen, carries 10lb more and this progressive type is well fancied by her trainer and is my Sunday NAP.
16:00 Huntingdon | Racing UK
Nigel Twiston-Davies’ Wood Yer (9/2 Bet365) will relish Sunday’s conditions at Huntingdon.
The 11-year-old finished third in a similar contest and has been handed a very low mark. The trainer is expecting a bold show.
17:00 Huntingdon | Racing UK
Former point-to-point winner Rosie McQueen (7/2 Sportingbet) ran out a good second at Market Rasen, and can go one better this time for Jonjo O’Neill.
The five-year-old was defeated by an improving prospect last time out, and may be one to watch in the future.
15:30 Huntingdon – Antarctica De Thaix (11/4 BetVictor)
14:00 Huntingdon – Wood Yer (9/2 Bet365)
17:00 Huntingdon – Rosie McQueen (7/2 Sportingbet)
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