Views on Whitechapel and Multi Fours chancesAugust 12, 2012
Tomorrow (Monday 13th August) we have two runners. Multi Fours makes her debut in the 2.30 at Kempton Park with Martin Dwyer in the saddle. She is two year old filly by Medicean who is having her first start in this seven furlong median auction maiden. She has shown some ability at home but will come on mentally a lot for her first racecourse experience. Physically she is the type to improve as she gets older – she will also come on fitness wise a great deal for the run. The main aim is to get a good experience on the racecourse under her belt and learn what her job in life is all about. The race itself looks quite open with the most experienced runner Rio’s Pearl looking to have strong claims having been placed in maidens already and running quite well in a competitive nursery at Newmarket on her latest start. Alhaarth Beauty is another who will have learned from her previous racecourse experience and this is not as tough as the maiden she was fourth in on her latest start at Glorious Goodwood.
Whitechapel is our other runner in the 8.40 at Wolverhampton, once again Martin Dwyer rides. Whitechapel drops in trip to seven furlongs in this handicap and very slightly in grade which should make him more competitive. He does however face two who finished ahead of him on his latest start at Windsor, Know No Fear and Satwa Laird. Along with Glenridding these look to be the most likely winners. The draw looks to have been kind as two of these three are drawn widest of all which can make it tricky around Wolverhampton.