Very similar to Chester, the sprint trips and up to a mile at Beverley is probably the biggest and best known draw bias in Britain. Low drawn runners at Beverley over these distances have a massive advantage over their rivals. Adrian Wall has picked out three horses that look way overpriced due to their good stall position and they combine to form a huge 70-1 accumulator.
Sydney Street tried to make all at Ffos Las last time out and made a right good fist of it up until the final furlong. Sent off a rank outsider at 50-1 on the day, the Dark Angel gelding was only making his second career start and can build on that promise now. Drawn in stall three here combined with his front-running tactics could mean that he is a very tough horse to reel back in.
Danielsflyer had no chance coming out of stall nine here last time out, widest of all, but his luck has changed. Now drawn in stall one, we are going to see a different horse this time around. He is back down to his last winning mark (80) which came at Redcar back in April on a sound surface. Conditions are perfect, the draw is perfect, the weight is perfect, if he is ever going to run a huge race it is here.
Guilded is by far the best horse in this field and even if she had an awful draw, she would still hack up. The daughter of Mastercraftsman was second here on her second career start and was beaten less than a length into fourth in the Newbury Super Sprint in July. Not beaten far in a French Group 3 when last seen, she should win this doing handstands from stall one.
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