Thoughts on todays runners

Thoughts on todays runners

Three runners today and Kieran O’Neill will ride all three.

Outrage is up first in the 2.00 at Kempton. The tough sprinter has had a great winter on the all weather and has a good record at the track. He is best over five and we came here rather than take a shot at yesterday’s 6 furlong All Weather Sprint Championship Final as a result. As ever he’ll need the splits which don’t always come around a bend.

His main rivals look to be top weight Royal Birth and Blue De Vega who put up an excellent performance last week at Newbury.

Outrage will be lead up by Ilse Bielen and overseen by travelling manager Shaun Johnson. He races for Capture the Moment.

Arishka goes to Nottingham for the 5.35 bidding to follow up her impressive Newcastle victory under Kieran. She steps up in grade slightly and switches to turf.

The race looks open and a few are making their seasonal reappearance, Amazing Alba who finished just ahead of Arishka early in their careers is one who if fully ready could be a danger here.

Arishka will be led up by James Pulley and overseen by yard manager Lauren Webb. She races for the Diskovery Partnership and Crowd Racing. There are limited 5% and 10% shares left in an exciting Swiss Spirit two year old filly to race for Diskovery Partnership.

Noel runs in the 7.35. He hasn’t shown a lot in three novice races and this is a much more realistic race for him. Although his pedigree doesn’t really point to it analysis of his work suggests that further would suit and he has seemed to enjoy galloping on grass at home.

This is an open contest and Ainne is probably the most likely winner if putting up one of her better performances, however she is inconsistent. Woggle is capable as is Turnbury.

Noel will be led up by James Pulley and overseen by yard manager Lauren Webb. He will be racing for the Noel Partnership.