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Matt Brocklebank heads to Wolverhampton for the Monday Nap as Irish raider Ahundrednotout gets the vote.


Sporting Life Daily Nap, January 21

Curragh-based John Feane is making a real name for himself with a tidy record on both sides of the Irish Sea and it’s worth taking particular note when he sends runners to Britain.

Feane saddled 11 winners from 34 runners at a 32% strike-rate in this country during 2018, and his first foray this year sees a team of four declared for Wolverhampton on Monday.

Each and every one makes a degree of appeal but AHUNDREDNOTOUT may be the one who represents the best value as we can put a line through the form of his last effort over seven furlongs at Dundalk, when not a lot went right from soon after the start and the saddle ended up slipping in the straight.

Prior to that, the five-year-old was progressing very nicely, rising from a mark of 58 to 70.

His penultimate effort, which came over this six-furlong trip, was a really good run in third behind Alfredo Arcano and a repeat should put him right in the mix here.

It’s worth noting that Ahundrednotout has been to Wolverhampton twice in the past and he’s been successful on both occasions and Stevie Donohoe – in the plate for each time – is back in the saddle in place of a 7lb claimer.

The draw could have been a touch kinder but the return to six furlongs should definitely suit this strong-traveller. A typically bright start should negate any potential issues from stall eight of nine, anyway, and he's worth backing.

Running total: +19.71pts | Click here for full naps table


Sporting Life Daily Nap, January 22

Straight Right looks a good bet to successfully concede weight to all his rivals in the sunracing.co.uk Handicap at Newcastle on Tuesday.

Andrew Balding's charge won a warm handicap on his only previous start at Gosforth Park and while seven pounds higher here, he has definitely improved since. He was beaten at 4/5 at Lingfield on his latest start but was held up in a tactical affair and did well in the end to finish second behind Salateen.

Returned to handicap company, he should get a stronger gallop to aim at and can make his class tell.

Gallipoli rates a danger for the in-form Richard Fahey yard. He signed off for last year with a win at Chelmsford and was second in a good race here from this revised mark back in June.

Running total: +19.71pts | Click here for full naps table



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