Don’t miss out on these each-way bets for Friday, August 10
The rain has finally come and horses that like a bit of give are the ones to follow on Friday.
Three longshots have taken the eye of the Sunracing team at Brighton, Musselburgh and Wolverhampton.
BAHAMIAN SUNRISE (4.00) can break the bookies at Brighton.
John Gallagher’s exposed six-year-old is dropping to a 0-80 for only the second time this year and although his last performance wasn’t great, it came in a much more competitive race than this one.
Now dropped 4lb and returned to his favourite stomping ground, he can make them all go from the front.
Hector Crouch rides the seaside track well and his mount is down to its last winning mark.
Take down the youngsters with veteran JAN SMUTS (5.15) at Musselburgh.
He was outclassed last time in a higher grade than this but back in calmer waters he could be very difficult to beat.
His penultimate start resulted in an impressive win at the track and although he’s higher in the weights now, he was impressive that day.
Bahamian Sunrise – 4.00 Brighton: ‘Now dropped 4lb and returned to his favourite stomping ground, he can make them all go from the front’ (bet here)
Jan Smuts – 5.15 Musselburgh: ‘He was outclassed last time in a higher grade than this but back in calmer waters he could be very difficult to beat’ (bet here)
Scrafton – 4.20 Wolverhampton: ‘He’ll have conditions to suit now and can return to winning ways’ (bet here)
Top weight Hurricane Volta’s inclusion means that the weights are skewed and as a result the selection only has to carry 8-12.
He can show the younger brigade a clean pair of hooves.
BLAZING SADDLES Great Yarmouth racecourse hit by massive fire causing delay to start times
Take a punt on Tapeta king SCRAFTON (4.20) at Wolverhampton.
Tony Carroll has been banging in the winners of late and his gritty stayer came home in front when last seen at the track back in April.
That was a good performance as he came very wide around the home turn but still managed to grind out victory.
Since then he was a decent third on the Fibresand at Southwell and then had no chance in a maiden hurdle at Stratford.
However, he’ll have conditions to suit now and can return to winning ways.