William Haggas joins John Hunt on At The Races to discuss a number of his stable stars including Sea Of Grave, Rivet and more.
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LUCKY BEGGAR seemed to lose his way late last season but he has shown promise in both of his runs this season and is certainly well handicapped based on the pick of his form. Perfect Symphony ran consistently well in maidens last season and he makes his handicap debut from what should be a workable mark. Those looking for an each-way alternative should consider Lydia's Place following an encouraging run at Musselburgh recently.
In all probability, LAWLESS LOUIS was seen to maximum effect from an ideal draw when sixth in the valuable Redcar Two-Year-Old Trophy on his final start of 2016. Still, that was nevertheless a fine effort, and one which strongly suggested he should be capable of winning handicaps off this sort of mark. Fellow 3-y-o Perfect Symphony is also of interest but Bosham could be an even bigger threat.