Richard Fahey guides us through his team for Haydock on Monday

Check out the trainer's latest thoughts on his runners

Five runners for our columnist at Haydock this afternoon. Check out his thoughts on them all in his latest column.

2.45 Haydock – Kuwait Shield

This is a horse I like. He’s progressive and ran well a few times at two. He’s been gelded over the winter which will help him and I’d like to think he’ll improve a bit more too. Rain would help him.

3.15 Haydock – Al Rasmah

She’s a filly I like a lot. She won on debut at Chester and then bombed out completely at Ayr, albeit in a good race. She reappears in a warm contest here too but has progressed nicely over the winter and I think going up to seven furlongs will really suit.

3.50 Haydock – Right Action

His best form is always on slower ground, although he has run well on a quicker surface a few times. He’s another who would benefit from the odd shower and he goes there in good form.

3.50 Haydock – Zip

Similar comments apply to him and if it stayed quick I might not run him. That’s the difficulty with 72-hour declarations but he’s a reliable sprinter who has run some good races for us and he’s going well right now.

4.25 Haydock – Dreaming Blue

He’s progressive and even though he’s by Showcasing, he definitely takes after his dam. He’s a big horse and I think he’s on a decent mark here too.


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