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Daily Racing Multiple: All eyes on Fling again for Wednesday action

Alan Dudman was successful with a winning 17/1 double yesterday at Southwell as both selections scored. His Wednesday multiple is at his favourite northern jumps’ track at Sedgefield…

“Her two efforts for McCain previously were over 2m4f, and 2m5f – where she appeared a short runner. The drop in distance at a speed circuit last time on better ground really helped, as did the wind op which clearly had an effect.”

Back Latino Fling @ 2.47/5 in the 16:40 at Sedgefield

Second time lucky for Tanora over marathon trip

Back Tanora @ 3/1 in the 14:07 at Sedgefield

SBK3/1

EXC4.9

Trainer: Sam England
Jockey: Jonathan England
Age: 7
Weight: 10st 7lbs
OR: 81

The clock didn’t lie with our two Southwell selections yesterday, and especially pleased for Jeans Maite – who backed up two very fast furlongs last time to win in a better race as our 17/1 double landed to set up the week for more profit hopefully.

Tanora went close over Sedgefield’s unique 3m3f test over fences last time, and a return to hurdles over the same distance should see her gain a deserved victory on Wednesday.

Sam England’s 7yo was just denied on the line with Jonathan England almost timing it to perfection as he was beaten in a titanic tussle by his brother David.

Tanora was held up in rear in a small field, and as long-time leader Dalkingstown made his move, the eventual winner Light Flicker made his move a fraction earlier and that in my opinion was the difference between a win and a second.

She travelled well, probably the best in the field down the straight, and while she has improved for a trip and the tongue tie, her second attempt at 3m3f with the cheekpieces make her a runner for the first leg of the double.

Fling’s best trip no longer a secret

Back Latino Fling @ 10/11 in the 16:40 at Sedgefield

SBK10/11

EXC2.12

Trainer: Donald McCain
Jockey: Brian Hughes
Age: 7
Weight: 11st 7lbs
OR: 98

Latino Fling helped land a double for the column recently with an easy win at Catterick, and Don McCain’s mare should have little trouble in backing up that success in the closing handicap.

She is a short price at 10/11, but she travelled so strongly last time, she looks still well handicapped despite the raise in weights to 98.

Her two efforts for McCain previously were over 2m4f, and 2m5f – where she appeared a short runner. The drop in distance at a speed circuit last time on better ground really helped, as did the wind op which clearly had an effect.

Rider Brian Hughes has a supreme 33% strike-rate at Sedgefield this term. Granted, he gets to ride a load of favourites, but teaming up with the “Dapper Don” should hopefully seal the second leg.

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