Sam can be a Winner

I quietly fancied Sam Winner for the Gold Cup but he looked to be struggling from the start and was eventually pulled up.

Undeterred he is my main each way fancy for tomorrow’s Scottish Grand National for which he has been a long term fancy. 

The ground will be much faster than most have faced all season and many of his rivals are unproven on it including Midlands National winner Goonyella. 

Cogry and Catching On  are others I would give a chance on softer ground but the main danger may come from the relatively inexperienced Drop Out Joe e/w

One of my 50 to follow Indian Castle e/w has shaped as though this trip might suit


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