By Kevin O'Malley, www.tote.co.uk
It’s good to be have Windsor back in its usual Monday evening slot and what better way to start the week than with a trio of potentially overpriced horses to consider on their eight-race twilight card.
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Tony Carroll’s string has been a little hit and miss in June, but Doc Sportello looks to have claims here at a massive price. He’s run 33 times in his life, which for an eight-year-old isn’t over-busy, and he largely held his form well through late 2019 into the early part of this year.
Most of his recent runs were on artificial surfaces, but two of his five career wins were on grass and a handicap mark of 76 here actually gives him a few pounds to spare on his fluent Bath win last October.
Brett Doyle has won on three of his last five mounts and it would be no shock to see him go well on Doc Sportello, with a little ease in the ground unlikely to present any problems.
This Gary Moore-trained daughter of Nathaniel ran three times over inadequate trips as a juvenile, but each time offered potential for the future.
She stepped up to 1m4f first time out at Lingfield earlier this month and went down by a neck, seeing out the race strongly. With scope for further improvement, she is a very interesting contender here.
Another trained by dual-purpose maestro Gary Moore, Jumping Cats is likely to be the biggest price of the three mentioned on this page.
This five-year-old is woefully out of form on the bare face of recent form-figures. However, he hasn't actually been performing that badly.
Down in class today, his tumbling turf handicap mark has dropped 9lb in three runs. A more sensible perch and easier opposition could well see a revival here.
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