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Daily Racing Multiple: Author can start a new chapter at Southwell with Jeans Maite

Alan Dudman heads off to Southwell for the evening card and is siding with two horses with previous at the track in a 17/1 Sportsbook multiple…

“The time figure was also solid and he stayed on strongly having cut out the running again. And Kempton is very much a track you need to stay well at.”

Back Author’s Dream @ 4.3100/30 in the 19:30 at Wolverhampton

Jean can blaze a trail again

Back Jeans Maite @ 7/2 in the 17:00 at Southwell

SBK7/2

EXC4.5

Trainer: Roy Bowring
Jockey: Lewis Edmunds
Age: 6
Weight: 9st 2lbs
OR: 65

Our two bets are at Southwell today and two horses that have shown a liking for the new surface at the track are included. Both are pacesetters too.

Jeans Maite for Roy Bowring was a winner on the old Fibresand surface, but she proved even better last time when making all to win over course and distance to score by nearly 4L. It may have been a mere Class 6, but she was impressive.

The race received a glowing time report, as she’d burned her rivals off with a couple of fast furlongs at 4f and 3f – running 10.36 and 10.35secs. She was drawn in 10 that day, which is an advantage for me as I prefer horses to race nearer to the stands’ side.

The form has been boosted with the fourth out of that recently bolting up at at Lingfield. She’s up to a new mark of 65, but she was so good last time visually and on the clock, she goes in at 7/2.

Author to write a winning chapter

Back Author’s Dream @ 10/3 in the 19:30 at Wolverhampton

SBK3/1

EXC4.1

Trainer: William Knight
Jockey: Marco Ghiani
Age: 9
Weight: 9st 8lbs
OR: 86

The best race on the Southwell card on Tuesday is the stayers 0-90 handicap over 2m, although you could be forgiven for thinking this is a veterans’ race with the youngest in the field at six, and three horses eight years and over.

Author’s Dream is fairly lightly-raced for his age with 30 starts, but his best is most certainly on the all-weather with a decent strike rate of 6-19. Indeed, he made it a perfect start on the new surface by winning over 2m2f when up with the pace. While it was over an extreme trip, it wasn’t a searching gallop and the sectional times backed up how he can deal with an increased tempo running for home. His closing splits included three sub-13 seconds furlongs at 12.66, 12.41 and 12.65.

The victory came from 85 and he’d previously shown he how could still be getting better with a 4L victory in October at Kempton. The time figure was also solid and he stayed on strongly having cut out the running again. And Kempton is very much a track you need to stay well at.

Last time he was beaten at Wolverhampton, but he may have done too much with one of his slowest furlongs the final one.

Back at Southwell is a positive, and Marco Ghiani could boss this from the front. The Italian rider is one of the hottest jockeys at the moment with 10 winners form his last 43 mounts at 23%.

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