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Daily Racing Multiple: Lingfield revelation One Night Stand won’t get caught on Saturday

One Night Stand can call out rivals

Back One Night Stand @ 4/1 in the 15:50 at Lingfield



Trainer: Scott Dixon
Jockey: Jonathan Fisher
Age: 5
Weight: 9st 3lbs
OR: 97

Saturday’s double comes from Lingfield and Newbury and the first stop is the 5f 0-105 handicap, that could go to five of the six runners looking at the betting.

One Night Stand is in the form of his life for trainer Scott Dixon, and is worth backing at 4/1 taking a drop down in class.

He landed the Listed Hever Sprint Stakes last time over CD with a superb ride from the front by Hollie Doyle – and there’s no better exponent making the running than Doyle. One Night Stand had previously done a fair bit of his winning over 6f prior to his latest success, but he started quickly by bouncing out, and Doyle made a decisive move ala Adam Kirby to show a fine turn of pace – clocking 10.44, 10.56 and 10.98 splits from the halfway point.

The fact he has won over 6f leads me to punt him on Saturday and has claimed some decent scalps this winter in a pair of 0-105 handicaps at Lingfield, including Fizzy Feet and Soldier’s Minute.

A small field and lead here under new jockey Jonathan Fisher should give us a chance, and Fisher is able to offset the rise with his 5lb claim.

Will they all get caught in the end by newcomer?

Back Weveallbeencaught @ 7/2 in the 16:47 at Newbury



Trainer: Nigel Twiston-Davies
Jockey: Jordan Nailor
Age: 5
Weight: 11st 3lbs

Bumpers aren’t everyone’s cup of tea, but the closing NHF race on the Newbury card should provoke a fair bit of interest as two of the last three winners have turned out to be very classy in the shape of McFabulous and Sam Brown and I am trying something a little different in backing the newcomer Weveallbeencaught. His price went from 9/2 to 7/2 last night too.

Trainers of both of McFabulous and Sam Brown have runners for this with Anthony Honeyball’s Firestream this year’s representative. He’s the favourite, but his 11L win at Exeter was a poor time, and with a penalty, I’m inclined to take him on.

There’s a runner here of great interest, as Weveallbeencaught was a sale-topper at the Cheltenham Tattersalls Sale in January fetching GBP210,000. He was purchased by Nigel Twiston-Davies for owner Jimmy Wenman following his 3L Dromahane PTP victory.

It was clearly a race that sparked the frenzy with some choicely bred pointers beaten behind. The second went at the same sale for GBP120,000 and is a relation to Snoopy Loopy. The third was a son of Mahler and sold for GBP75,000 and is a out of the family of Mister McGoldrick. Same good trainers were represented in that too with a Colin Bowe, Enda Bolger and Mags Mullins all with beaten horses.

The Twister has had a couple of winners at Newbury this term at 20%, and this could turn out to be a decent race.

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