Market Rasen, Stratford and Ffos Las

Brilliant day for the blog on Wednesday at Wetherby although had Degooch held on of from the last it would have completed a Yankee and been the best days punting ever. I’m sure I’d have only wasted it in … betting on horses!

Back to reality and away from Champions Day at Ascot there are 3 cards over the jumps today of which Market Rasen is the pick. A band of rain threatens to change the going at Ffos Las by the looks of things.

Market Rasen

1.05 One Forty Seven

1.35 Hoke Colburn

2.10 Vics Last Stand (pictured below after winning at Sedgefield)

2.45 Paddys Runner

3.55 Morney Wing

4.30 Instant Replay

5.05 Ravenhill Road

Ffos Las

1.50 Truckers Glory

4.10 Welsh Shadow

4.45 Forever My Friend

5.20 Woodfort


2.05 Jelly Monger

3.15 Top Cat Henry

3.50 Vivas

4.20 Little Windmill

4.55 Twycross Warrior e/w

5.30 The Kvilleken

 Meanwhile at that other meeting today I will stick with the northern trained Quiet Reflection and Ribchester who owe my nothing this season and are worth backing as a double this afternoon.  


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