Thursday’s UK & Irish Notebooks
We head to Bellewstown and Wolverhampton for Thursday’s Notebook runners as we look to get back on track. Both finished second on Wednesday. Remember they’re profitable to follow!
Bellewstown 1.30 Aloha Star (7/4)
Starspangledbanner filly who looked in need of the experience when down the field on debut; improved plenty to finish third at Tipperary and further gains likely here; form also been well advertised since; major claims.
We head over to Ireland for our first tracker horse on Thursday and ALOHA STAR catches the eye at Bellewstown. She improved plenty from her debut to finish third last time and with the second Mooneista finishing second to Frenetic in a Listed race at the weekend the form has a solid look to it. She can improve again and open her account. Newcomer Logo Hunter could emerge as the main danger if fit and ready to go at the first time of asking. Hard to recommend much else in a very winnable maiden.
Wolverhampton 6.30 Dublin Rocker (9/4)
No Nay Never filly who left 2yo form well behind when third on return at Pontefract; did best of those held up that day so it was an encouraging effort; more to come now and makes plenty of appeal on handicap debut off a low mark.
This looks a good opportunity for the improving DUBLIN ROCKER to get off the mark. She is tackling handicap company for the first time and has a mark of just 55 so it will be surprising if she can’t exploit that. She ran well when third at Pontefract back from a 341 day absence so is entitled to strip fitter and will improve too. Initially she was introduced at 3/1 but that was quickly snapped up. 9/4 already looks under pressure so she is being well backed early. Diamond Cottage can chase her home after running well at Windsor.
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.