Rossa Ryan has been in enviable form in the last fortnight with an astounding strike-rate of 50 per cent which includes six winners from his last 12 rides. The retained rider for Amo Racing got off to the best possible start in the Flat turf season with victory in the first race at Doncaster on Saturday. He returns to the all-weather at Newcastle on Monday and takes two rides which must have a chance.
Outrage is a vastly experienced 10-year-old gelding who has 10 career victories to his name. His last win came over this 5f trip at Lingfield last February and two subsequent winners came out of that race. He has perhaps struggled with his handicap mark since as he is in the Autumn of his career. The handicapper is beginning to relent and Outrage now finds himself on a mark 3lb lower than his last winning one. This coupled with his decent course and distance record sparks hope for a good run here.
Trois Vallees has a progressive profile as she has improved with every one of her three career starts to date. This culminated in a novice event win last time out in which two subsequent winners have come out of the race. She makes her handicap debut so it’s hard to know what to make of this rating of 72. Her profile suggests that she should improve again which means that if the handicapper didn’t over-estimate her she could still be ahead.
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