Wednesday’s UK & Irish Notebooks
A busy day ahead on Wednesday and our trackers go at Kempton and Leopardstown. The Notebook Double pays 13/1! I’m expecting both of these to get back too.
Kempton 6.10 Media Storm (10/3)
Night Of Thunder colt who made the perfect start staying on strongly to win by a neck on debut at Wolverhampton; clocked a good speed figure the last day and open to improvement up in trip so one to keep on side.
Some good racing at Kempton on Wednesday evening and MEDIA STORM stands out in Division 1 of the Novice Stakes. He is a good looking colt who made the perfect start winning on debut for James Tate. He has since changed hands to David Simcock and looks open to plenty of improvement up in trip. He clocked a notably good speed figure on debut and I’m expecting a big run. 10/3 looks generous but then it is a good race. Should throw up plenty of future winners! Red Centre and Inherent the main dangers.
Leopardstown 7.00 Toora Loora (9/4)
Nathaniel filly who really caught the eye on debut finishing strongly for second having looked green in the early stages; should know a lot more now and is open to plenty of improvement; this competitive but looks to have leading claims.
We head over to Ireland for our second tracker of the day on Wednesday and the Jessica Harrington-trained TOORA LOORA should go close. She was out the back early and pushed along but the penny looked to drop and she ran on really well to finish second. The fact she was sent off at 33/1 they clearly didn’t expect much on debut so she is likely to improve tons. Looked one to keep on side for me! Blackcatblackitten looks the danger. Finished with more to give last time and like the selection will improve plenty.
The Notebook Double consists of both tracker runners. Remember these are profitable to follow as singles so it’s always worth combining them as a double as well to maximise profit.