Only a week to go to Cheltenham and today we have another write up from David and Rory at http://racingconsultants.co.uk.
This one is a horse that may have been layed out for the Fred Winter and is still available at 25/1.
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The guys are already in front for March after yesterday saw two winners at 9/2 each, which boosted their already impressive 183 points profit since launching in June.
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FRED WINTER JUVENILE HANDICAP HURDLE
UNANIMITE – 4-ch-g Kentucky Dynamite – Dame Blanche (Cherokee Run)
The Fred Winter has been a tough race for those who follow the market, with plenty of shocks since Dabiroun won the inaugural running ten years ago.
It's a race which tends to be run at a furious gallop, and that tends to suit those with prior Flat form, ideally at a useful level, as such horses tend to be better able to cope with the frenetic pace than their NH-bred counterparts.
One who looks to have been laid out for this, but is still available to back at 25/1, is David Pipe’s Unanimite, who ran well from a mark of 94 on the Flat in December.
He has had only the minimum number of runs over hurdles to require a mark, winning a moderate contest at Market Rasen in September, and was trying to concede weight to Golden Doyen and Hargam in the Prestbury Hurdle at Cheltenham in November.
He is bred to appreciate a fast surface, and avoided deep ground when trained by Keven Borgel in France.
The Pipe team won this in 2007, and have also had a number of placed runners in recent years.