272-1 front runners accumulator: Catterick trio can run them ragged 💨 💨

Catterick Racecourse

Catterick Bridge Racecourse is an undulating track and has very sharp bends that favour front runners. The gravel subsoil means the ground rarely gets too soft so if you are a nippy type around here, you have an advantage.

I have taken a look at the card in depth to try to find some horses who like to go on and try to make all. Below, here are the three horses that I think could take advantage of the track conditions.

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1.40 Catterick

This is a veteran’s handicap chase that won’t take a whole lot of winning. It is a matter of which horse will slog it out best over the 3m1f trip but one that might do that is Ramonex. A pronounced front runner, he has two ways of running but took a step back in the right direction when fourth at Leicester two weeks ago. He won off 120 here in the past and can race from a mark of 103 so he is well treated.

3.10 Catterick

Donald McCain is having an incredible time of things and has already broken the 100-winner barrier for the season. He sends out Minella Plus here who is seeking a four-timer under Brian Hughes. The son of Walk In The Park has pretty much made all in each of his last three runs, including a cosy win over this course and distance in November. He is going to be a hard horse to stop in his current form.

3.40 Catterick

Peak Time had his first run for nearly three years on first start for the Barnes stable in January. Sent off 50-1, he was pulled up but was going to need that run. He finished off his spell with Rebecca Menzies with a win over hurdles at Sedgefield, another track that suits a front runner. It is unknown how much of that old ability still remains but he could be very well treated if he gets back to anywhere near his best.

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