Racing TV presenter Angus McNae is showing a profit of over £137 to a £1 level stake since May last year and reveals his best bets for Sunday's action.
I was delighted to nail three winners in my first Sunday column last week and hopefully I can add to the tally this week.
I have three selections for you, all from Racing TV tracks. Best of luck.
The drop in trip to ten furlongs last time out brought out a much improved performance from this four-year-old.
She travelled strongly, shaped like a future winner and was only beaten half a length.
The step down in trip to nine furlongs is a positive given this horses cruising speed and a mark of 54 could underestimate her ability now she is racing at the right trip.
She is from a very shrewd yard and looks certain to run well.
I get the impression that David O'Meara is just getting to grips with this useful sprinter who has only been with him since June and has only run three times for him.
It was this horse’s latest effort that makes me want to support him here. That run came at Chester over an extended seven furlongs where he travelled strongly and, despite being hampered, still finished fourth in a very good time.
Now dropped to six furlongs, his shrewd trainer may have just found the key to this horse. He looks like a sprinter to me and, although this is a tough sprint, he is worth supporting here at 9-1.
This horse has won his last three starts and is rapidly improving, and now stepped up to two miles, there could be yet more to come.
He surged clear to be a decisive winner last time at Leopardstown and whilst his mark of 98 looks high, his speed figures suggest he is well up to defying that mark.
He is a strong stayer with a high cruising speed and promises to be better now stepped up in trip and he can complete the four-timer by winning here.
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