Thursday 6th May:

#NAP – ALEAS (2.45 Chester) – His form in his two-year-old campaign was good, he lost on debut by a neck on good-to-soft at Salisbury before winning his next two starts, firstly in a Newbury novice event on heavy ground when making virtually all the running where he showed a willing attitude and he made a winning handicap debut before his winter break off a mark of 82 on the polytrack at Kempton (all over 1m). He reappears off a 4lb higher mark which may be lenient, he has conditions in favour and despite a wide draw if he’s able to break well and get a prominent position I’d like to think he’s got a good chance if fully revved up. (4/1) – Bet365 – 1ptN/R (0)

#NB – AL MADHAR (3.45 Chester) – Won on his first two career starts last year, showing real promise but after finishing last of five in the Group 2 Dante at York he was unable to go close in his other two starts, though they were competitive little handicaps. He was subsequently gelded in the autumn of last year and made a pleasing return to the track when fifth (eased down) at Thirsk in this grade where looking like he needed the run, so hopefully he’ll have come on for that and with a 2lb drop in the ratings he’s looking on a dangerous mark if able to show his best two-year-old form. One of his wins came on good-to-soft so he should handle the surface and this trip will also suit, it’s an open contest but I’d like to think he’ll go well. (7/1) – Bet365 – 1pt 4th (-1)

Stake: 2pts

May P/L: +10.83pts

Overall P/L (Sept ’17-present): +598.61pts

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