IT’S a chilled out, quiet Sunday on the racing front.
But down on the Brighton coast there’s a couple of longshots that catch my eye and are worth chancing each way.
As the grade suggests this isn’t a strong race, but it features many that thrive at the specialist track.
One of those is the John Butler-trained Haveoneyerself. However, he’s a wild price in comparison to other coastal specialist Terri Rules.
He has some finding to do and his recent form is far from encouraging.
But the handicapper has taken that into account and a return to the scene of his first win may just give him the boost he needs to find his feet once again.
Richard Hannon’s two-year-olds always come on for their debut and Brighton is a happy stomping ground for the yard.
The Godolphin pair set the market up nicely in this wide open affair and I’m happy to take a chance on this son of Dark Angel.
He showed enough on debut to suggest he’s got some ability and it won’t take a heap of winning this race.
The Wiltshire trainer has a 32% strike rate at the seaside track and Shining Torch has been under estimated here.