has developed into a reliable performer over this C&D lately, but the handicapper is fully aware of that fact and has taken evasive action. He's also well aware of the progression of the Chris Dwyer trained filly ROCK ON BAILEYS
, but he's firmly on the back-foot and playing catch up with that particular horse. She proved much too strong for some fairly exposed rivals at Wolverhampton last week, but the manner of that victory marked her down as a filly in rude health for a very astute handler of sprinters. 8lb well in (due a 14lb rise) under just a 6lb penalty, she looks nigh impossible to oppose around a track which will almost certainly suit her run style.
- Rock On Baileys
- Sir Hector