Today we have the next four horses on David Massey's Horses to Follow list for the 2019/20 National Hunt season, as before they are all currently rated at 100 or less.
We also have David's selection for today on the main piece.
Yesterday was another winning day for members of the Bet Less Win More service with a lay on the 4/5 favourite Southfield Stone.
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Agent Westy (Evan Williams)
Had had a few mentions in dispatches as a really good looking type, in fact you’d have to go a fair way to find one that’s rated under 100 that’s as good looking as he is, and he finally started to justify some faith in him when hosing up at Fontwell on his latest start. Never stronger than at the finish that day, if that’s as good as he is, I’ll run round Prestbury Park with nowt on. Could be one to follow all season.
Apple Mack (Richard Mitford-Slade)
Has done us a favour already when placed at a huge price at Wincanton back in January (seems such a long time ago) and followed that up with another very solid effort when runner-up at Hereford on his handicap debut. It all rather unravelled after that, with two below-par efforts, but he starts the season on a good looking mark, and it’s worth remembering his brother Applesolutely really came into his own once tackling a trip. Will win races.
The Captain (Caroline Bailey)
Nice looking sort that caught the eye when last of three at Leicester, where he actually finished off quite well after the last and finished on the same street as the useful winner, Clondaw Castle. Ran as well on his next start but his last two efforts left a bit to be desired. Finished those races like a horse with an issue, so if they have sorted those out, then connections might have a well-handicapped one on their hands.
Don’t Tell George (Chris Gordon)
Had him down as one to watch last year but it never really got going for him, indeed we only saw him three times all year and on no occasion did he look like winning. But make no mistake, once this giant of a horse goes over fences, he will be leaving his current mark well behind. Hopefully last year was all about him growing into his frame, and we’ll see a different horse this time around.
Today's selection is Annie Bonny in the 12:15 at Worcester.
Good luck with your bets today.